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Video: HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES Perform At 32nd Annual NAMM TEC Awards

Winners in 31 technical and creative achievement categories were announced at the 32nd annual NAMM TEC Awards, presented annually by the NAMM Foundation and held January 21 in Anaheim, California. The annual event celebrates the best in professional audio and sound production and is held during the NAMM Show, the world's leading global music industry ...

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NIRVANA, ALICE IN CHAINS, PEARL JAM, SOUNDGARDEN Photographs Part Of 'Greatest Hits' Exhibition

"Greatest Hits", the premiere art retrospective, is a photography exhibition and auction with live music celebrating the work of legendary Los Angeles photographer Chris Cuffaro. "Greatest Hits" will open in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 2 with a press viewing 7:00 p.m., VIP party and opening reception 7:30-8:30 p.m. and a public viewing from 8:30 ...

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JOHN 5 Says 'Season Of The Witch' Is 'By Far' His Favorite Solo Record

Former MARILYN MANSON and current ROB ZOMBIE guitarist John 5 will release his eighth full-length solo album, "Season Of The Witch", on March 3. The fully instrumental disc, which features his band THE CREATURES (bassist Ian Ross and drummer Rodger Carter), contains experimentation with various genres — including western swing, Spanish flamenco, heavy metal and ...

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Russian 'Rock Goddess' MOSCOW Releases 'Queen Of Sin' Video

Russian "rock goddess" Moscow is on a mission to take over the world of rock. With musical influences ranging from MÖTLEY CRÜE to ASKING ALEXANDRIA, Moscow strongly believes that it's time to reflect on the legacy of rock icons and integrate a post-hardcore twist to their sound. Quickly making a name for herself on the ...

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Rumor: TRIVIUM Parts Ways With Drummer PAUL WANDTKE, Replaces Him With ALEX BENT

Florida metallers TRIVIUM are rumored to have parted ways with their drummer of the past twelve months, Paul Wandtke. Although there has been no official confirmation on the matter, Wandtke's replacement is believed to be Alex Bent (BATTLECROSS, DECREPIT BIRTH), the California-based musician who has previously played with TESTAMENT as the fill-in for that band's ...

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SEBASTIAN BACH Was 'Very Surprised' When AXL ROSE Reunited With SLASH

Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach promoted his long-awaited autobiography, "18 And Life On Skid Row", with an appearance earlier today (Monday, December 5) on the Q104.3 radio station in New York City, where he was interviewed by Jonathan Clarke. You can now watch video footage of the question-and-answer session below. Speaking about his reaction ...

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ACE FREHLEY On Rumored KISS Return: 'It's A Possibility'

Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley hasn't ruled out a reunion with his former band, saying that "if it was handled correctly, it could be great." Rumors about Frehley's return to KISS gained strength earlier this year after he teamed up with KISS lead singer Paul Stanley on a cover of FREE's "Fire And Water", marking ...

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BABYMETAL To Support GUNS N' ROSES On Japanese Tour

Following its recent U.K. support-slot announcement for RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, which kicks off next Monday at London's O2 Arena, Japanese pop-metal sensation BABYMETAL has announced it will open for Los Angeles rock legends GUNS N' ROSES on a four-date tour of Japan in January 2017. These Japanese dates are an extension of GUNS N' ...

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MOTÖRHEAD: 'Röadkill: Victory Or Die' Photo Book Due In December

Publisher Heel Verlag Gmbh has set a December 20 release date for the new MOTÖRHEAD hardcover book "Röadkill: Victory Or Die" by Pep Bonet. The book's official description reads: "Celebrating Lemmy Kilmister's 70th birthday along with the 40th anniversary of his band MOTÖRHEAD, the lavishly illustrated volume presents exciting and intimate behind-the-stage pictures by much-acclaimed ...

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