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SILVERTHORNE Feat. Ex-WHITENAKE/FOREIGNER Drummer BRIAN TICHY: 'Tear The Sky Wide Open' Video Released

Featuring the soaring powerhouse vocals of Englishman Pete Shoulder and drummer Brian Tichy, who has played with everyone from WHITESNAKE, OZZY OSBOURNE, Slash, Billy Idol, FOREIGNER and many more legendary artists, along with bassist Daniel Spree, SILVERTHORNE has delivered a monstrous debut single in the shape of "Tear The Sky Wide Open". With its ominous ...

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ROB ZOMBIE: 'Pop! Rocks' Figure From FUNKO Coming Soon

The popular vinyl collectible company Funko — best known for its big-headed Pop! figures — has joined forces with Rob Zombie. The rocker-turned-filmmaker announced his Funko collaboration in an Instagram post earlier today. He wrote: "Guess who is now a @originalfunko POP! Yep this guy. Coming soon! #robzombie #funkopop" Other artists who have gotten the ...

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DAVE 'SNAKE' SABO On How Legendary Manager DOC MCGHEE Came To Represent SKID ROW

In conjunction with a recent Metal Hammer retrospective on SKID ROW's self-titled 1989 debut, guitarist Dave "Snake" Sabo spoke at length about the group's early years with writer Clay Marshall. Some select "outtakes" from the interview appear below (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On SKID ROW's musical development: Snake: "With that first record, there's so many ...

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AC/DC Continues 'Highway To Hell' 40th-Anniversary Celebration With Vintage 'Whole Lotta Rosie' Performance Video

AC/DC is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its seminal LP "Highway To Hell" by releasing a vintage performance video of "Whole Lotta Rosie". The clip was recorded on July 13, 1979 at the Rijnhal in Arnhem, the Netherlands, and originally broadcast on "Countdown", a show that ran on Dutch television between 1977 and 1993. "Whole ...

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STRYPER's MICHAEL SWEET Talks 'Social Media Wars'

STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet recently spoke to "The Herman Show" about the lyrical inspiration for "One Sided War", the title track of his 2016 solo album. He said (hear audio below): "I've been writing songs lately based on the social media wars and words that are exchanged and how people are on social media. Everybody's ...

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Video Premiere: DEMON HUNTER's 'The Negative'

DEMON HUNTER has released the official music video for the song "The Negative". The track is taken from the band's new album "War", which was made available alongside a companion LP, "Peace", on March 1. "The video for 'The Negative' was directed and edited by Oleg Masnyy," explains singer Ryan Clark. "Oleg and I shot ...

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Watch DAVID ELLEFSON Perform MEGADETH Classics In Waterbury During 'Basstory - More Life With Deth' Tour

Video footage of MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson's July 11 "Basstory - More Life With Deth" performance at Shamrock Pub and Grill in Waterbury, Connecticut can be seen below. The "Basstory - More Life With Deth" shows feature a question-and-answer session/discussion with co-author and partner Thom Hazaert about Ellefson's memoir, "More Life With Deth", and a ...

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BLACK SABBATH To Release 'Vinyl Collection' With Bonus Rarities

When Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward formed BLACK SABBATH in 1968, the quartet conjured a primal sound that was heavier, louder and more menacing than anything that had come before. The band recorded a series of metal masterpieces in the '70s that became the blueprint for heavy music and influenced generations ...

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JETHRO TULL: 'Stormwatch' 40th-Anniversary Edition Due In October

JETHRO TULL released "Stormwatch" in September 1979, completing a folk-rock trilogy the band started with "Songs From The Wood" in 1977 and continued the following year with "Heavy Horses". Certified gold in the U.S., "Stormwatch" was also the final album to feature the classic late-1970s JETHRO TULL lineup, which included Ian Anderson, Martin Barre, John ...

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