The lineup for the 2014 Rock on the Range festival has just been announced, and it just might be the strongest yet for the premier U.S. hard rock event. The three-day extravaganza will boast headlining performances from Guns N' Roses, Avenged Sevenfold and Kid Rock, with a bevy of hard rock and metal powerhouses joining them on the bill.
A few months ago, we showed you Aaron O'Keefe's class covering 46 & 2 by Tool. Well, I dug around through his YouTube channel and found more hard rock covers for you to enjoy. Needless to say, this guy is the best music teacher ever.
Metal may not get the wealth of recognition that other genres receive, but the big category that every metalhead music fan should be paying attention to is the Best Metal Performance category. The nominees for the 2014 Grammy Awards were just announced and there's a diverse group of acts populating the category.
Howard Jones departed Killswitch Engage at the beginning of 2012 and was replaced by the band's original singer Jesse Leach. Now, after rumblings earlier this year of his involvement in a new band, an official announcement has now been made regarding Jones' new outfit.The vocalist has teamed up with All Shall Perish guitarist Francesco Artusato and Devolved drummer John Sankey to form Devil You Kn
As I Lay Dying vocalist Tim Lambesis has been arrested in San Diego after asking an undercover detective to murder his wife. The San Diego Sheriff's Department learned last week that Lambesis had solicited someone to kill his estranged wife and an investigation was immediately underway.
Lambesis has been charged with solicitation of another to commit murder. He has been booked into the Vista Deten
Killswitch Engage have just announced their first headlining tour to support the band's newest full-length album, 'Disarm the Descent.' If Killswitch alone doesn't quench your metalcore thirst, As I Lay Dying will join the band for the string of dates along with Miss May I and Affiance.
Although Jesse Leach has been killing it with Killswitch Engage ever since his return to the band last year, it's safe to say that the voice of Howard Jones is sorely missed in the rock world. Jones left Killswitch Engage so he could manage his Type 2 Diabetes more efficiently, among other reasons. He has been jamming with his old math core band Blood Has Been Shed, but now it's been reported that
Killswitch Engage is back with Jesse Leach on the vocals and are getting ready to release their first album with the original lead singer since 2002. Today, they have released the video for the first single, 'In Due Time'. These guys just know how to do things right. If this doesn't make you bang your head, you need to check your pulse.