ACCEPT: Second 'Blind Rage' Trailer Available

The second of three trailers for "Blind Rage", the new album from German/American metallers ACCEPT, can be seen below. The CD will be released on August 15 (postponed from the previously announced July 18) via Nuclear Blast. Like its two predecessors, 2010's "Blood Of The Nations" and 2012's "Stalingrad", the new effort was helmed by ...

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Video: TOM KEIFER Performs 'The Flower Song' At WDHA's Studio D

Tom Keifer, best known as the singer/songwriter/guitarist of the Philadelphia-based blues-rock band CINDERELLA, stopped by the WDHA 105.5 FM radio station in New Jersey and performed "The Flower Song" live in Studio D. Check out video footage below. "The Flower Song" is taken from Keifer's debut solo album, "The Way Life Goes", which sold 5,400 ...

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FLYING COLORS To Release 'Second Nature' In September

FLYING COLORS — the band featuring Mike Portnoy (drums, vocals), Dave LaRue (bass), Neal Morse (keyboards, vocals), Casey McPherson (vocals, guitars) and Steve Morse (guitar) — will release its second album, "Second Nature", in Europe on September 29 via Mascot Label Group's Music Theories label. The music press acknowledged the eponymously titled debut album from ...

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OBITUARY's Backdrop Stolen At Holland's STONEHENGE Festival

Florida death metallers OBITUARY have posted the following message on their Facebook page: "This is a post that we hoped would never have to happen but we need to let our fans know the situation and hope that one of you can help us. "[On] Saturday [July 26], at Stonehenge festival in Steenwijk, Holand somebody ...

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SLASH: The First Time I'd Ever Been On Stage Sober

During a recent interview with BBC Radio 6 Music's Shaun Keaveny, legendary guitarist Slash (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER) spoke about the first time he ever performed sober after years of substance abuse, Tom Zutaut, former Geffen Records A&R executive who was responsible for signing GUNS N' ROSES to the label, was quoted as saying ...

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