BERNIE MARSDEN's Video For 'Trouble' Song Featuring DAVID COVERDALE

"Trouble", the new video from former WHITESNAKE guitarist Bernie Marsden, can be seen below. The song, which features a guest appearance by WHITESNAKE, is taken from Marsden's new solo album, "Shine", which was released on August 18 via Provogue as a double-LP, CD and digital download. At a rough guesstimate, Marsden's name appears on a ...

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VINCE NEIL Says MÖTLEY CRÜE Learned From All Its Mistakes

Army Sergeant Russell Toof recently conducted an interview with MÖTLEY CRÜE singer Vince Neil. You can now watch the chat below. Asked if he looks back on any of his experiences with regret, Neil said: "No, because any mistakes that we actually made, we learned from 'em. So you take those mistakes away and you're ...

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METALLICA To Perform At BLIZZCON Gaming Convention

METALLICA will perform live at this year's BlizzCon gaming convention in Anaheim, California. As with previous years, the performance will take place during the convention's closing ceremony on Saturday, November 8. If you are not attending BlizzCon, you will be still able to watch the concert with the BlizzCon virtual ticket. "We're thrilled to have ...

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BRING ME THE HORIZON: Video For New Single 'Drown' Released

British deathcore act BRING ME THE HORIZON will release a brand new single, "Drown", on December 7 via Epitaph. A new full-length album is tentatetively due to be recorded early next year for a late 2015 release. "Drown" can now be streamed in the YouTube clip below. BRING ME THE HORIZON's fourth CD, "Sempiternal", has ...

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APOCALYPTICA Signs With ELEVEN SEVEN MUSIC

Eleven Seven Music Group has announced the signing of Finnish cello rockers APOCALYPTICA for the following territories: the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and South East Asia. The band's new album will be released in April 2015. "Successful artists are about talent that differentiates them from the ...

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