The "Peppy" are trainers that will get you noticed for the beauty and simplicity of the shoe. The shoes also have a platform height of 2" and they're available in both men's and women's sizes.The "Dear" has a limited run. These "Mary Janes" have a blue exterior and hard shell coating accentuated by some spikes. They too have a custom lock chart and bubble heel while also featuring a spiked toe and the 2" inch platform heels.Have a look at both shoes below and you can place your orders now for these Poppy branded Koi Footwear shoes at this location.Poppy X Koi Footwear Peppy ShoesKoi FootwearPoppy X Koi Footwear Dear ShoesKoi FootwearPoppy has been in a transitional phase of late. Meanwhile, she used an appearance at the Grammys to debut the song "Eat" and then debuted the track "Say Cheese" at a WWE NXT TakeOver event in early April.70 Best Rock + Metal Albums of 2020
Source: Poppy Teams With Koi Footwear for New Shoe Line
Filed Under: PoppyCategories: News Chad ChildersPublished: May 6, 2021Koi FootwearShare on FacebookShare on TwitterPoppy has seen her star rise over the course of promotion for her I Disagree album and now she's landed a new branding deal, teaming up with Koi Footwear to launch a new shoe line.As part of the partnership, Poppy has two new shoe options. She recently played The Last Disagreement livestream, bringing the I Disagree touring promotion to an end. They have a white outer canvas, come with a custom lock charm, have a bubble heel and multi-colored designs.

Sorted by albums, the trophies will be released for auction in the coming months. Joe DiVitaPublished: May 6, 2021Jens KochShare on FacebookShare on TwitterThe members of Rammstein will be auctioning off some of their gold and platinum album awards in an effort to benefit multiple charities.Proceeds from the auctions, which finds the band releasing each item one at a time rather than all at once, will aid causes on a local and global scale, ranging from housing for children and those in need, rainforest conservation and workers in dozens of career paths that were all severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic."Rammstein are now auctioning carefully selected gold and platinum awards from the band for a good cause. Each time different organizations will benefit from the distribution of the donations," said the band in a statement.Guitarist Paul Landers is the first to put one of his awards up for auction, offering fans a chance to secure the platinum award for the 1995 debut, Herzeleid, which is described by Rammstein as "one of the first awards in the band's history."Under the 'Aid Organizations' tab on the Rammstein charity website, the following four organizations are listed:The Albert Schweitzer Children's Village — Works to provide homes to children who are unable to grow up with their birth family#AlarmstufeRot — Coalition of "artists, engineers, booth builders, stage designers, creatives, altruists, idealists and people in 150 different lines of work" economically impacted by the pandemic trying to make a collective needs recognized by government while providing "fast and unbureaucratic" aidThe Amazon Conservation Team — Works with indigenous and local communities in Brazil, Columbia and Suriname to strengthen traditional cultures and protect the Amazon rainforestBerliner Stadtmission — Focused on promoting local goodwill, offering goods, services and resources to the homeless and those living in povertyTo learn more about the auction and to bid on any available item(s) yourself, head here.Meanwhile, Rammstein are currently sitting on a new album that was recorded during the pandemic. Whenever it is released, it should offer the band's members an opportunity to restock their personal collection of gold and platinum awards.14 Rock + Metal Artists That Give Back
Source: Rammstein Auctioning Gold + Platinum Albums for Multiple Charities
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This one emerged in 2018, both on the rapper's studio album Beautiful Disaster and a mixtape called The Unforgiven, Vol. On the band's (seemingly abandoned) Facebook page, they describe their sound as one that "mixes rock, ska and reggae." Whatever the case, this has to be one of the most fun Limp Bizkit covers out there. But who knew there were renditions of the song performed in so many different styles?Classical, lounge, country, parody, metalcore — these are just a few of the disparate genres through which a range of performers have put their stamp on the single from the Fred Durst-led rap-rockers' third studio album, Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water.The best ones many Limp Bizkit fans have likely heard before: There's the country-western version from Robyn Adele Anderson that went viral last year, a piano and vocal take by The Lounge Kittens. It emerged in 2007 on a compilation in Japan called Punk Rock Show 3 – Best Hits of the '90s (Punk Rock Show 3 ベストヒット'90s).Fa Caudwell (“Corona”)YouTuber Fa Caudwell gets points for creativity. What's great about this cover is just how purely energetic it comes across. The group's trademark is taking popular songs and redoing them, grindcore-style; here, "Rollin'" becomes "Grindin'," complete with a change of lyrics. So it makes sense that, 20-odd years on, there'd be several "Rollin'" cover versions rolling around the internet. Rock fan and drummer Marcel Desobeau runs the social media account @officialheavymetalbaby, where he shares videos of him and his drum stick-wielding baby daughter rocking out to music. But the cover of "Rollin'" from the German "fun metal" band Excrementory Grindfuckers is probably only entertaining as a pure novelty. He's made his cover of "Rollin'" (plus many others) available on major music streaming services such as Amazon Music and Apple Music.Excrementory Grindfuckers (“Grindin'”)Now we start hitting the bottom of the barrel — although, to be clear, there's nothing inferior about the genre of grindcore itself. (Heck, Loudwire just recently talked up VSQ's rendition of Disturbed's "Down With the Sickness.") As is their wont, the loose Los Angeles orchestral collective released an entire album of string-based takes on Limp Bizkit songs with 2006's Break Stuff: The String Quartet Tribute to Limp Bizkit, which contains their version of "Rollin'." They've given the same album-length tribute treatment to Radiohead, R.E.M., Pearl Jam, The Strokes, et al. — the list goes on and on.The Lounge KittensThe Lounge Kittens have since split up, but the English comedy lounge trio's cover of "Rollin'" lives on. And we're sure there plenty more out there like that.Either way, you know what time it is. Then, of course, there are covers in the rock vein that still manage to add some oomph to the original, such as a blistering version by the Japanese metal act Crystal Lake.But what about the not-so-good ones? And making it so powerful couldn't have been an easy feat — Limp Bizkit's original "Rollin'" isn't exactly what one would consider a subdued number.Robyn Adele Anderson feat. Why did rapper The Raskal release a "Rollin'" cover that sounds like him simply performing to a substandard karaoke track of the song? Once it started amassing views, they covered other rock tracks such as Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" and Slipknot's "Duality" before calling it quits last year.John Asis + FriendHear us out — this cover practically has as much punch and originality as any of the others listed here. And, really, that's all it is. 1, each released by The Raskal's longtime label, RuffLife Recordz. Perhaps it pushes the song in a more gangsta rap direction, but even highlighting that faint aspect is probably giving this cover more credit than it deserves.BONUS: A Baby Durst Rocks Out to Limp Bizkit’s “Rollin'”This isn't our least favorite cover, or even a cover of "Rollin'" at all — but we had to include it because it's just too cute. Philip TrappPublished: May 6, 2021YouTube: Robyn Adele Anderson / LimpBizkitVEVO / JMSTV1Share on FacebookShare on TwitterLimp Bizkit's "Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)" made quite a splash when it first emerged in the fall of 2000. Yet, it comes off as just two friends having a good time with the tune without any other expectations. Last month, the pair donned red caps and tats (fake sleeves for the kid) in a video for "Rollin'." Aww.Rock + Metal Albums Turning 20 in 2021
Source: Covers of Limp Bizkit’s ‘Rollin’,’ Ranked From Phat to Hot Dog Flavored
Filed Under: Limp BizkitCategories: News Meanwhile, the guitars change some of the riffs' rhythms to perplexing effect, and the telltale grindcore blast beat doesn't even hit until the song's almost over.The RaskalComing in last is a cover of "Rollin'" by Arizona-based hip-hop artist The Raskal. The Kittens — vocalists Jenny Deacon (who was also the act's pianist), Timia Gwendoline and Zan Lawther — first released their "Rollin'" cover on YouTube in 2014. But other amateur YouTube versions of the song just don't have the same gusto as this "acoustic rap metal" take from guitarist John Asis and a vocalist friend. Sarah Krauss + Julianne DalyAh, yes — the country cover of "Rollin'." It first popped up on many listeners' radar in 2020 thanks to a vibrant performance from singer Robyn Adele Anderson, supporting vocalists Sarah Krauss and Julianne Daly, and a white-hot bluegrass band. Shortly after the coronavirus pandemic hit American shores in earnest in March 2020, the musician released his version of "Rollin'" redone as "Corona" — its spoof lyrics cover fundamental COVID advice about washing hands and avoiding crowds. "Hey friends, I thought it would be a giggle to make a corona-themed parody of Limp Bizkit's 'Rollin'," Caudwell told his Facebook followers last year. One that undoubtedly hasn't gotten the attention it merits is a ska version by a Japanese outfit called Sunset Bus. Below, check out the diverse selection of Limp Bizkit "Rollin'" covers, graded from best ("phat") to worst ("hot dog flavored").Crystal LakeFor rock and metal listeners, the most recognizable cover of "Rollin'" that's widely available has to be the version from Japanese metalcore mainstays Crystal Lake. While many we've included are decidedly the most polished, professionally released covers, a couple were produced by individuals as mere YouTube larks or attempts at a viral moment. Asis applies his percussive acoustic style to other rock and metal tunes on his YouTube channel, including Paramore's "Misery Business" and Rage Against the Machine's "Killing in the Name."Shaggy-liciousIt's true, there's an indie artist who calls himself Shaggy-licious that performs cover songs solely in the style of reggae-pop singer Shaggy, the performer best known to listeners for hits such as "It Wasn't Me" and "Boombastic." In 2012, Shaggy-licious dropped a Shaggy-style take on "Rollin.'" This all might seem like it's a joke, but it's not — Shaggy-licious seems to take his craft pretty seriously. While the almost straight take on the Bizkit jam is perfectly serviceable, it also adds nothing to the original. Why is there a grindcore version of the tune that rewrites the lyrics to turn "Rollin'" into "Grindin'"?Listeners may never truly know, but here at Loudwire, we decided to rank the various Limp Bizkit "Rollin" covers available online. At the time, Loudwire remarked that the version gives listeners the chance to "hear Limp Bizkit as if they were down on the farm in a John Deere tractor instead of cruising the highway in an 'Air Raid Vehicle.'" That estimation holds up.Sunset BusHere's where we start getting into some lesser-known covers of Limp Bizkit's "Rollin'," including a few that took some digging to uncover. And the subsequent response to the piano-and-vocal version clearly made an impact on the outfit. "Enjoy, and please remember to stay indoors."Vitamin String QuartetAnytime there's a list of the best outside-the-box rock covers, the Vitamin String Quartet has got to be included. The amped-up reading arrived in August 2014 with a simple but effective music video, and it appeared on the band's Cubes EP that same month.

Some of our friends around the world are experiencing this now. "See the complete Furnace Fest 2021 lineup down below, and get tickets and info here. Ninety bands in total, or 30 per day, for those of you counting."In a separate statement, the festival's promoters offered a heartfelt message outlining the arduous path to organizing the 2021 event. "Life felt dark and heavy. Philip TrappPublished: May 6, 2021Gary Miller, FilmMagicShare on FacebookShare on TwitterFurnace Fest 2021 has added four final bands to complete the already stacked lineup for the return of the punk, metal and hardcore festival happening at Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Ala., this September 24-26.Walls of Jericho (lead vocalist Candace Kucsulain pictured above), Copeland, If I Die First, and Nominee are the acts lastly appended to the three-day event that already counts the following bands among its three full days of concerts: Killswitch Engage, Converge, Thursday, Underoath, Taking Back Sunday, Andrew WK, Unearth, Misery Signals, Zao, Cave In, Every Time I Die, From Autumn to Ashes, Evergreen Terrace, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Hot Water Music, Fit for a King, Mineral, Stretch Arm Strong, Face to Face, Turnstile, The Juliana Theory, MewithoutYou, Boy Sets Fire, Darkest Hour, Unwed Sailor and many, many more."This is it!" Furnace Fest announced on Wednesday (May 5). Read more about the return of Furnace Fest, including an interview with organizer Johnny Grimes, at AL.com.15 Things Musicians Did to Help Us Survive 2020 Without Concerts
Source: Furnace Fest Adds Four Final Bands To Stacked 2021 Lineup
Filed Under: Furnace Fest, walls of jerichoCategories: News We honor all of you in countries where the light doesn't seem to be breaking in yet. You are not alone, we see you and your struggle matters. Do not lose heart. Their first attempt at a comeback, in 2020, was wiped out by the coronavirus pandemic. Furnace Fest originated as a festival produced by defunct hardcore label Takehold Records from 2000-2003 until going dormant for nearly two decades."A few months ago, [we] struggled to see how we would move forward, how we'd ever come out of this," they said of the pandemic and its effects. Our prayers and hope are with you. The level of time, energy, frustration and patience required from fans, artists, agents, managers and everyone behind the scenes has never gone unnoticed to us."They continued, "We honor every single one of you for staying with us, encouraging us, being so gracious toward us, suggesting the incredible bands that make up this lineup, and affording us the joy of being silly young promoters again. "The final four pieces to complete a spectacular, brain-numbing puzzle of a lineup.

A great song is simply a great song, no matter the genre. I think Jessie's voice sits perfectly between the sugary K-pop vocal parts back to metal screams.DevilDriver, “Sail” (AWOLNation)Love AWOLNation, and, of course, Dez Fafara is our Oracle Management family. The video was all filmed in one take and slowed down to such a slow pace, we could hardly make out what part in the song we were at, but I think we pulled it off!Lauren Babic ft. Watch the music video for the all-too catchy "Bystander" directly below for a taste of what this genre-defying band is all about.Sumo Cyco, "Bystander" Music VideoLena Scissordhands ft. This ska version of Billie Eilish gives us the best ska vibes.Ashnikko ft. Employed To Serve, “Cry” (Ashnikko)It's the first time Ashnikko ever tried screaming and she did a metal cover of her own song! So fearless. Just a stellar heavy cover.Fallcie, “Fighter” (Christina Aguilera) It’s not easy to cover Christina, but Fallcie pull it off. They're a great live band from Russia that we met in Germany when we played a show together in this awesome tiny rock bar under a train track.Grandson, “War” (Bob Marley)Matt, our guitarist, played in a Bob Marley cover band. Lena and Nika make a really great combo together.New Years Day, “Gangsta” (Kehlani)I think Ash Costello and I are both super inspired by Harley Quinn — there's something about that badass IDGAF Harley attitude that Ash embodies in this track.Sumo Cyco, “Can’t Hold Us” (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis)Shameless plug! I really enjoy pushing myself to learn lots of lyrics. I have to admit, I jumped around on my bed as a kid to the original version. this is what covers should be all about. Absolutely not. Chase the Comet, “All The Things She Said” (t.A.T.u) This one brought back memories. Get your copy here and follow the band on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Spotify. Grandson takes it to the next level and completely elevates and modernizes the song.Halestorm, “Bad Romance” (Lady Gaga)It's almost as if “Bad Romance” was begging to be covered by rock bands! Is it heresy that a heavy music fan can dig a few pop tunes? There's quite a few covers of this, but, to me, Lzzy Hale pulls it off the best.The Best Cover Songs From 40 Rock Bands
Source: The 11 Best Rock + Metal Covers of Pop Songs, by Sumo Cyco’s Skye ‘Sever’ Sweetnam
Filed Under: Skye Sweetnam, Sumo CycoCategories: News Need more proof? Again, no.Sweetnam is proof positive that music on the whole exists in a very fluid state. Lee Albrecht, “Toxic” (Britney Spears)I have a soft spot for this song, being that “Toxic” was a huge hit when I opened for Britney in 2004. This was such a fun cover to record. Lauren, a fellow Canadian, has a voice to be reckoned with, and she does tons of covers. Is it heresy that a pop star could be a fan of heavy music? Having been entrenched in both pop and heavy music, it made perfect sense to pick her brain for the 11 Best Rock + Metal Covers of Pop Songs.As much as fans of heavy music love to rail against pop as if music in general was some kind of competition rather than freedom of artistic expression, the two worlds cross over quite frequently.There's this bogus notion that an individual's taste in music should be resigned strictly to one or a handful of styles of music and that anything that sounds alien to those limited parameters must be dismissed entirely.The reality is that music fans gravitate to whatever resonates with them. LoudwirePublished: May 6, 2021Ethan Miller, Getty Images / Francesca Ludikar / Philip Faraone, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterCanadian alt-metal group Sumo Cyco is fronted by Skye 'Sever' Sweetnam, who has successfully made the transition from pop star who once opened for Britney Spears on tour to animalistic frontwoman for the eclectic four-piece. Bob has so many great songs to begin with, but hearing this version… So if you like this one, there’s plenty more to check out.The Interrupters, “Bad Guy” (Billie Eilish)Our guitarist grew up playing in a rock/ska/reggae band, and I spent time working with Tim Armstrong of Rancid. Then check out the Sumo Cyco frontwoman's picks for the 11 Best Rock + Metal Covers of Pop Songs below.Sumo Cyco's third album, 'Initiation,' comes out May 7 on Napalm Records. I love that Employed to Serve are featured as well.Ankor, “How You Like That” (BLACKPINK)Ankor has done quite a few pop-goes-metal covers but this one is my favorite.

Tickets are available here."Leveler is a record we've always been proud of, and we wanted to do something special for its ten-year anniversary," says Brubaker. I can't wait to share this with everyone."August Burns Red Featuring Misha "Bulb" Mansoor, "Pangea"Keep up with each week's new songs by following Loudwire's 'Weekly Wire' Spotify playlist, featuring 50 tracks with updates each Friday afternoon.August Burns Red, Leveler: 10th Anniversary Edition Artwork + Track ListingABR Records"X""Empire""Internal Cannon" (feat.Matthew K. Complete with special guests (Fit for a King's Ryan Kirby and Trivium's Matt Heafy also turn up), brand new guitar solos, alternate tunings and more, the Leveler: 10th Anniversary Edition will arrive digitally on May 21. I think this is the best-sounding ABR record we've ever made, and it's going to allow people to experience the record in a whole new way. "We've done some cool remix projects for previous albums when they've turned 10, but with Leveler, we decided to kick things up a notch. He delivered quite possibly the most head-spinning guitar solo that we’ve ever had on an ABR song. Misha "Bulb" Mansoor)"Carpe Diem""40 Nights""Salt & Light""Poor Millionaire" (feat. We're very excited to share this new version of 'Pangaea' with everyone, and think fans are going to appreciate the song on a whole new level."The album's official 10th anniversary will come on June 21, but fans will have a chance to hear the updated version a little bit earlier. That will take place Saturday, May 22 at 8PM ET / 5PM PT and will be streaming on demand for 48 hours post show. "It may be the most progressive song on the album so it felt like a natural fit to have Misha from Periphery perform on the track. Our longtime producers Carson Slovak and Grand McFarland handled the recording/mixing and helped us take Leveler to new sonic heights. Chad ChildersPublished: May 6, 2021Fearless RecordsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterAugust Burns Red are revisiting a classic, deciding to re-record their fourth studio album Leveler for its 10th anniversary. Ryan Kirby)"1/16/2011""Boys of Fall""Leveler"The 25 Best Metal Albums of 2011
Source: August Burns Red Re-Record ‘Pangea’ With Periphery’s Misha Mansoor
Filed Under: August Burns Red, JB Brubaker, misha mansoorCategories: News "'Pangaea' has always been one of my favorite tracks on Leveler," says guitarist JB Brubaker. For all of your pre-order needs, head here.In addition, August Burns Red are set to play Leveler in full, with an encore of songs from the Constellations set when they play their next livestream. COVID has kept us off the road for such a long time that we found ourselves with a rare opportunity to take on this unique project."He continues, "We dove into this record and dissected the songs, rewriting solos, changing the tunings, adding new textures and elements, and got a few of our friends to do some guest spots as well. A full track listing and artwork for the effort can be viewed below.The release will be available digitally, on CD and in a variety of colored vinyl with merch options also available. And one of the songs that is getting a bit of a facelift is "Pangea" that will now feature a guest turn by Periphery's Misha "Bulb" Mansoor.The Periphery guitar great steps in to lend a solo to the song, a move that definitely thrilled the guys in ABR. Heafy)"Divisions""Cutting the Ties""Pangaea" (feat.

"It’s a story with attitude and purpose. This is more than just an anthem, it's heart-pounding, high octane jet fuel, and our most irresponsible music ever."In a joint statement, the band added, "We would like to thank everyone for the support in our announcement of starting our own label! The messages we have received have been really amazing, inspiring, and we're so grateful to know we have all of your support. 2Nonpoint, A Path To Independence Ep. In conjunction with the fresh material, the outfit has begun releasing episodes in an ongoing documentary series called A Path to Independence that charts their recent journey.Listen to the new tune and watch the first parts of the docuseries down toward the bottom of this post."Ruthless is more than just a song," Nonpoint vocalist Elias Soriano explained. Philip TrappPublished: May 6, 2021Photo by Francesca LudikarShare on FacebookShare on TwitterLongtime Florida nu-metal groovers Nonpoint are back with an energetic new song called "Ruthless" that premiered on Wednesday (May 5) as part of All Elite Wrestling's Blood and Guts, a special AEW Dynamite episode broadcast from Daily's Place amphitheater in Jacksonville, Fla."Ruthless" is the band's first single to emerge through their own newly formed label, 361 Degrees Records; it also serves as the title track of Nonpoint's upcoming independent EP. Over the past year, we filmed a documentary series so we could show you our journey during this important step in our careers and to take you behind the scenes as we write new music."Nonpoint's most recent studio album, X, came out in 2018.Keep up with each week's new songs by following Loudwire's 'Weekly Wire' Spotify playlist, featuring 50 tracks with updates each Friday afternoon.Nonpoint, "Ruthless"Nonpoint, A Path To Independence Ep. 1Nonpoint, A Path To Independence Ep. 3Every Ozzfest Lineup, Ranked
Source: Hear Nonpoint’s Hard-Hitting New Single ‘Ruthless’ From ‘AEW Blood and Guts’
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2) are among the opening weekend rock acts playing sets at Summerfest, joining Blackberry Smoke (Sept. 17), Candlebox (Sept. 18) joining Dirty Heads (Sept. 11).The final weekend of this year's Summerfest has The Struts (Sept. 18) among others.You can check out the full lineup of artists across all genres for the 2021 Summerfest right here and ticketing info is available at this location.50 Best Hard Rock + Metal Live Acts
Source: 2021 Summerfest Lineup Revealed
Filed Under: buckcherry, candlebox, filter, living colour, miley cyrus, pixies, queensryche, Rise Against, The StrutsCategories: News 2), Missio (Sept. 17), Fishbone (Sept. 2), REO Speedwagon (Sept. 9), Goo Goo Dolls (Sept. 11), ZZ Top (Sept. 17) and Black Pumas (Sept. 11), Hinder (Sept. 2-4, Sept. 10), 311 (Sept. 2) and Night Ranger (Sept. 9), George Thorogood and the Destroyers (Sept. 16-18). 4) and Queensryche (Sept. 9), Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (Sept. Chad ChildersPublished: May 6, 2021Raymond Boyd, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterMilwaukee's annual Summerfest will return in 2021, though a little bit later than usual as organizers have rolled out the lineup that will take part over three weekends in September.As always, it's an eclectic group of artists spanning multiple genres but there will be plenty for rock fans to take in over the course of the first three September weekends (Sept. 2), Cold War Kids (Sept. 11 during the second weekend's festivities, joining such other rock acts as Everclear (Sept. 17 at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater.Rise Against (Sept. 16), Dead Sara (Sept. 9-11, Sept. While most acts will headline shows on one of 12 Summerfest stages in Milwaukee, Miley Cyrus is one of the event's headliners this year, performing Sept. 10), Lindsey Stirling (Sept. 17), Run the Jewels (Sept. 11) and Iration (Sept. 3).Buckcherry, Filter and Living Colour are all playing Sept. 17) and Pixies (Sept.

I got this demo from this band, from San Francisco, they’re called Metallica’… and he puts this fucking tape in, and it’s just like… Follow Anthrax's YouTube channel to keep up.Anthrax, 40 for 40 Retrospective — Episode 2Best Thrash Album of Each Year Since 1983 
Source: Anthrax’s Scott Ian Recalls Reaction to Hearing Metallica Demo for First Time
Filed Under: Anthrax, Metallica, scott ianCategories: News Same age!’ Everything about it was better than where we were at as a band at that point and here’s Jonny, our guy, telling us, ‘I’m bringing them to New York from San Francisco, and we’re gonna put them in the studio and make an album and get them a record deal!’"Wondering when Anthrax's opportunity would come, Ian wondered, "It was, like, 'What? What about us?'"Determined to be able to pursue recording a full length album of their own, Anthrax sought out Manowar guitarist Ross the Boss to produce a couple demo songs, one of them being "Soldiers of Metal," which caught Jonny Z's ear.After a drive to Rock and Roll Heaven, Ian learned Jonny Z was nearby at a local IHOP restaurant and went over there to bug him about signing the band."That 'Soldiers of Metal' single really knocked my socks off and showed a vast improvement in where the band was heading," recalled Zazula, who then signed Anthrax and put the band on the path to record what would become Fistful of Metal.Watch the full episode in the video below. hearing the guitars, the song arrangements, the tightness of the band… I was blown away, and I fucking loved it, and at the same time I was crazy jealous," recalled Ian.PLAYLIST: Follow Loudwire's 'Early Thrash: The Beginning + The '90s' playlist on Spotify, loaded with 150 songs, including hits from Anthrax and dozens of other bands.Mesmerized by what he had heard, the Anthrax axeman further recollected, "'Who are these guys? Anthrax, in turn, were trying to keep pace with the burgeoning metal scene and had aspirations to be the opening band on any pertinent gigs.Eager to show Anthrax the latest band he had discovered, Zazula played the No Life 'Til Leather demo for them."[Jonny] was like, ‘Scott, I got this thing, wait ’til you hear it, it’s going to blow your mind! In hot pursuit of landing a record deal, they grew close with Jon Zazula (aka Jonny Z), who co-founded Megaforce Records with his wife Marsha (R.I.P.) and operated the Rock and Roll Heaven record store out of Old Bridge, New Jersey.The members of Anthrax consistently floated their own demo recordings over to Jonny Z in hopes of securing a deal, but no deal had materialized and the band continued to write and refine their chops.Zazula was also working as a promoter and brought bands to New York from far away places — Venom came over from England and Metallica made the trek from San Francisco. Joe DiVitaPublished: May 6, 2021Alexandre Schneider, Stringer/Getty Images / Marc S. Canter, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterOn Episode 2 of Anthrax's career retrospective web series, 40 for 40, past and present members of the band recollected the moments that led up to the recording of their Fistful of Metal debut, including Scott Ian's reaction to hearing Metallica's No Life 'Til Leather demo for the very first time.At the time Metallica released that now legendary demo — the only Metallica studio recording to feature Dave Mustaine on guitar — Anthrax had formed just one year prior in 1981. How old are they?' He’s like, ‘They’re the same as you guys. New episodes of Anthrax's 40 for 40 will be released each week, leading up to the 40th anniversary of the band's founding (July 18).

Members of FFDP will also make cameos in the film.This marks the fourth single from F8, following on the heels of "Inside Out," "A Little Bit Off" and "Living the Dream," all of which topped the Mainstream Rock Songs chart. Chad ChildersPublished: May 6, 2021YouTube: Five Finger Death PunchShare on FacebookShare on TwitterFive Finger Death Punch are digging deeper into their F8 album, and their latest single "Darkness Settles In" will get an extra boost with its inclusion in the upcoming film The Retaliators. The performance is interspersed with shots from The Retaliators that includes the movie's star Michael Lombardi and other cast members. As stated, the song is also part of the soundtrack for The Retaliators film as well, with details revealed later this year.You can pick up "Darkness Settles In" at this location or as part of the band's F8 album.Five Finger Death Punch, "Darkness Settles In"Keep up with each week's new songs by following Loudwire's 'Weekly Wire' Spotify playlist, featuring 50 tracks with updates each Friday afternoon.70 Best Rock + Metal Albums of 2020
Source: Five Finger Death Punch Showcase ‘Retaliators’ Film in ‘Darkness Settles In’ Video
Filed Under: Five Finger Death PunchCategories: News A video for the track, featuring footage from the movie, has just arrived.The clip finds the band capturing the vibe of the song playing amidst a candlelit set transitioning from the raw vulnerability of the opening verse into a passionate and powerful chorus.

The band played Ozzfest 2005 and issued their self-titled debut album a year later while hitting the road with Sevendust.Willow, who recently dropped her new pop-punk single "Transparent Soul" with special guest Travis Barker, decided she'd get the band back together for a surprise on the latest episode of their talk show.After slipping out for a second around 28:50 in the episode below, Willow sets up the surprise which eventually includes a chat with Jada's old bandmates Pocket Honore and Taylor Graves."When I was–I want to say about three or four, I went on tour with my mom and her band Wicked Wisdom," says Willow, adding, "Wicked Wisdom was lit. My mother was superwoman. Chad ChildersPublished: May 5, 2021Lucy Snow, Red Table TalkShare on FacebookShare on TwitterWith Mother's Day coming up, Willow Smith went above and beyond to provide her mother Jada Pinkett Smith something pretty great. "I felt like it was only right for me to pay homage to a time in her life because she showed me what womaning up really is about, so for Mother's Day, I'm about to reunite with some of my mom's old band members to do one of my favorite songs by my mom, which is called 'Bleed All Over Me.' She's gonna be floored. So unapologetically badass."Willow recalls being her mom's biggest fan during those rock star days, always wanting to watch her perform. She managed to reunite Jada's onetime metal band Wicked Wisdom for a special performance on their Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk, complete with Willow fronting the band on a performance of "Bleed All Over Me."Though Pinkett Smith is best known for her acting career which includes the TV series A Different World, Hawthorne and Gotham as well as the films The Nutty Professor, The Matrix Reloaded, Collateral, Bad Moms and Girls Trip, she also fronted the metal outfit Wicked Wisdom, forming the group in 2002. She was a warrior and a nurturer all in one. This is the music that I grew up around. I'm really excited about it.” After a little conversation, the performance of Willow fronting Wicked Wisdom while sporting a Mastodon shirt on "Bleed All Over Me" can be seen at 32:45 in the video below.You can check out the full episode of Red Table Talk, dedicated to mothers, on Facebook Watch or in the player below.Willow Reunites Wicked Wisdom on Red Table TalkEvery Ozzfest Lineup, Ranked
Source: Watch Willow Reunite Wicked Wisdom for Jada Pinkett Smith on ‘Red Table Talk’
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Everything comes from the blues. To Self-Destruct. It's gonna be a special moment, 'cause I've always wanted to make a blues record," he continued.Now, if you're reading this, Metal God, please take our advice here and make sure that phone is backed up. Or just make sure those files are saved somewhere else in general. Rock 'n' roll — it all starts with the blues. and it's all saved to his phone.The album, which will harken back to the era that pre-dated and influenced early rock 'n' roll and eventually heavy metal, hasn't been completely finished yet, but Halford is feeling confident about its eventual release, which will have to come at an optimal time as Judas Priest's tour and followup to 2018's Firepower remain priorities."I love the blues. He's now confirmed there's enough material written for a full record… You don't want to wind up like Kirk Hammett, who lost his phone full of riff ideas before Metallica released Hardwired… And what a great style of music that is," Halford said of the genre in a recent interview with Kyle Meredith (transcription via Blabbermouth)."I've been working on — well, I say I, my brother, Nigel, and my nephew Alex, Ian Hill's son, on bass, and our friend [Jon] Blakey on guitar, those guys have been putting together the foundations for quite a while now," he went on and noted, "We have enough material to make a record. I've just got to find the words and put the voice on it at some point."While Halford's voice will certainly be a defining characteristic, he didn't want to be too heavy-handed on influencing the direction of the music."The only thing that I threw at the guys was, 'Do what you feel you want to do in terms of ideas.' I did give 'em a list of some of my favorite blues styles and blues performers as a little bit of a template for the guys to bounce off of.""It's all in [my] phone — I've got the album in this phone — and it's great. Since he didn't have his phone backed up, he lost all those precious recordings.Halford stressed his debut blues record would arrive "when time allows," citing Judas Priest's 50th anniversary tour (which had been postponed due to the pandemic) as well as new Priest music as the two things that must come first.Perhaps this blues album will feature the "duet" with Behemoth's Nergal that Halford had teased in the fall of last year. Joe DiVitaPublished: May 5, 2021Mark Horton, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterJudas Priest's Rob Halford is the self-certified Metal God, but even he can't be all-metal all the time and has been working with friends and family on what will be his debut blues album. After all, Nergal's side project Me and That Man plays a dust-caked blues style of music.In the meantime, there is "very potent" new music from Judas Priest on the horizon.Rob Halford Interview With Kyle Meredith11 Metal Musicians Who Killed It In Other Genres 
Source: Rob Halford’s Blues Project Has Enough Material for Debut Album
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I save up quarters, and when I win we're gonna donate them for kids for Christmastime or whatever," says the singer.Best Death Metal Album of Each Year Since 1985
Source: Cannibal Corpse’s Corpsegrinder Claims ‘No One Can Headbang Better Than Me’
Filed Under: Cannibal Corpse, George Corpsegrinder FisherCategories: News "I just like to play the claw machines. A look at his Instagram showcases some of his past victories.According to the vocalist, he enjoys the challenge. "I'm looking what's in there, and then I'm looking at how it's sitting inside of there. He doesn't think so, but he's always up to the challenge.While speaking with Metal Hammer, Corpsegrinder proclaimed himself to be the world's greatest headbanger, adding, "I try to be humble but you've got to be the best at something."Elaborating on his headbanging abilities and those who try to battle him, the vocalist continued, “I’ve said onstage, ‘Try to keep up with me. It was recently revealed that the singer is a whiz at securing stuffed animals from claw machines. Chimaira's Mark Hunter appeared to concede the victory, commenting, "I don't think anyone is arguing," while Shadows Fall vocalist Brian Fair wasn't so easy to give the win, adding "Challenge accepted" on Twitter.If anyone ever does top Corpsegrinder's headbanging abilities, he does have another skill that he's thrived at over the years. Do I have to move that? Headbanging at the start of 'I Cum Blood' is my signature part, so there are some great kids out there, but I’d never say anyone beat me.”But before you go sending Corpsegrinder a "World's Greatest Headbanger" coffee mug, some of his peers weighed in on that statement. Chad ChildersPublished: May 5, 2021Mick Hutson/Redferns, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterIs there a greater headbanger on the planet that Cannibal Corpse's George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher? Is there something on top of it? You will fail.' I’ve seen some kids hold their own. If the actual hands of the claw are set really loose, or maybe the machine has been used a lot, the sometimes stuff will just slip out," he said of the experience.So what happens to his winnings? As soon as I see how the claw reacts, I'll know if I'm gonna win. There are some in the front row [saying], ‘I can beat you!’ It’s a fun game and, I wouldn’t say they’re better than me, but there are competent headbangers out there.

Plus, plenty of other acts have been announced — and with more to come."Finally, some really good news!" the fests announced on their websites. However, as the festivals revealed this week (May 5), a couple of previously announced 2021 headliners will remain for the 2022 concerts. Philip TrappPublished: May 5, 2021Joerg Koch, RedfernsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterThe annual German rock music festivals Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park have announced their initial lineup for summer 2022. Scheduled for June 3-5 next year, the dual events will occur, as they have in the past, at sites in Nürburg and Nuremberg, Germany, respectively.The 2022 editions will be the first in two years after 2020's Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. A ticket swap is available for 2021 ticketholders who would like to exchange for 2022 passes or obtain a refund.rock-am-ring.comrock-im-park.com15 Things Musicians Did to Help Us Survive 2020 Without Concerts
Source: Rock Am Ring + Rock Im Park Festivals Reveal 2022 Band Lineups
Filed Under: green day, Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park, volbeatCategories: News August Burns Red, Billy Talent, Black Veil Brides, Boston Manor, Bush, Daughtry, Ice Nine Kills, Korn, Of Mice and Men, Stick to Your Guns, The Distillers, The Offspring, Weezer and more will also perform.Tickets are on sale now at rock-am-ring.com and rock-im-park.com. However, would-be 2021 headliner System of a Down had to drop off. In the meantime, we will of course continue to work diligently on the line-up in order to sweeten the long dry spell with many more goodies — old and new — as quickly as possible. A lineup was announced for 2021 before it too was canceled. To be continued…"Green Day and Volbeat were the scrapped 2021 headliners who will still perform in 2022. "Tickets are now on sale and we're able to present the first acts for 2022. Many artists are just as tired of the never-ending involuntary break as you are and can hardly wait to ring in the festival summer next year with a bang together with you."The update continues, "Even if June 2022 is still a long way off, perseverance is called for — the silver lining on the horizon is getting lighter and brighter and things can't go fast enough for us.

I'm enjoying every second of it until we start rolling," he offered.Grimmest Hits, the latest full length from Black Label Society, was released in 2018, anchored by the singles "Tramped Down Below," "All That Once Shined" and "Room of Nightmares."None More Black, a Black Label Society career retrospective box set featuring all 10 studio records, two bonus albums and a wealth of bonus tracks, was released earlier this year. So the COVID break, I've been enjoying spending time with the kids. Hopefully everybody has the shot and then we can all have everything back to normal again, and we can start doing tours again," Wylde added.He's eager to get back on the road, but expressed appreciation for this unprecedented time away from the road and is grateful for the other opportunities it afforded him in his personal life."For the last 20-plus years, the longest I've been home was probably maybe two weeks. I love rolling out and seeing our Black Label family everywhere, rolling with Ozz, then my 'Gen Axe' brothers, and then when we do the 'Experience Hendrix' thing. Remember 2020? So it'll probably come out in November," Wylde confirmed.Staring down a late 2021 album release, the guitar icon also revealed that the band would begin to engage in touring once again in the months leading up to the release of what will be the 11th Black Label Society studio album. Get more info on the set here.Zakk Wylde Interviewed by WRIFTop 66 Hard Rock + Metal Guitarists of All Time 
Source: Black Label Society Tracked 30 Songs for New Album Expected This Year
Filed Under: Black Label Society, Zakk WyldeCategories: News That was pretty nice.' I'm just saying, [it's nice] being at home with your family and before the grind starts kicking again and there's no breaks again. And I wouldn't trade my situation for anything," he said, continuing, "I love touring. So we've got that," he said of how Black Label budgeted their time over the last year."We're just putting the finishing touches on some stuff right now. Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve shows also appear to be on deck."That's what's on the agenda for now. Joe DiVitaPublished: May 5, 2021Kevin Winter, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterBlack Label Society have tracked roughly 30 new songs as they prepare the follow-up album to 2018's Grimmest Hits.Although the past year has yielded a lot of down time for every band as touring has been off the table due to the pandemic, that time hasn't been spent merely idling, explained singer/guitarist Zakk Wylde in a new interview with Detroit's WRIF (transcription via Blabbermouth)."During the COVID, obviously, [we worked on] the None More Black [career retrospective] box set, and then we also tracked about 30 songs. I'm always touring.""Once the grind starts rolling again, I think a lot of people are gonna go, 'Wow. Wylde cited the Sturgis motorcycle rally in August as one of the upcoming gigs, as well as more dates in the United States in October and November. We're going to be mastering that in a little bit.

The ferocious and highly technical percussionist will feature as drummer for Meyers’ house band this entire week (May 3).Late Night somehow convinced Duplantier to wear a shirt as he performed behind the kit with Meyers’ 8G Band. 1 on the iTunes Top Albums Chart. Mario Duplantier is here. Watch the full episode featuring Mario here.“My first night on Late Night Show with Seth Meyers was amazing so far!!” Mario wrote on Gojira’s Facebook. Source: Watch Gojira’s Mario Duplantier Play Drums on ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’
Filed Under: gojira, Mario DuplantierCategories: News Mario crushed the beat in between Seth Meyers’ Late Night segments and interviews with Saturday Night Live’s Michael Che and comic actor Richard Kind.Sitting in with the 8G Band this week — he’s a world renowned drummer from France and a founding member of the Grammy-nominated band Gojira,” Meyers said. Thank you to my local team Anne Deguehegny Mako Workshop and Manutea Blais for helping make this happen!”Gojira will be touring throughout much of 2021, co-headlining a run of dates with Deftones before headlining their own dates with support from Knocked Loose and Alien Weaponry. “Be sure to check out Gojira’s new album entitled Fortitude, which just hit No. Welcome to the show, Mario!”Duplantier gave a wave to the camera before Meyers threw to Michael Che. “Joining the show remotely from France to NYC. Graham HartmannPublished: May 4, 2021NBCShare on FacebookShare on TwitterThe heaviest drummer of the universe, Gojira’s Mario Duplantier, just finished the first night of his residency on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

"So we can't wait to be a band together and start rehearsing and so forth and get ready for some shows."As for a new Judas Priest record, the vocalist confirmed that they have a lot of demos already."It's gonna be a very potent record, 'cause we know we have to follow Firepower. Lauryn SchaffnerPublished: May 4, 2021Mat Hayward, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterJudas Priest, like many other bands, have taken advantage of their downtime over the last year to write new music, and Rob Halford describes the material they have as "very potent."The frontman, who's actively been advocating for the COVID-19 vaccine on social media, discussed what's in store for Priest as the nation begins opening back up during an interview with the Brazilian publication Kazagastao."Now the world is opening up, and we need to get back on the road. Because, god, we are so missing our fans," he said, noting that the band haven't seen each other in person in over a year. "So, as a result of that, we carried all the energy from Firepower, we carried all the energy from the shows, and we took that with us when we went into the writing sessions last March — not this March, but last March — and you can sense it in the writing."Though he wasn't able to give an actual timeline as far as releasing new music, he teased that it'll be "in the not-too-distant metal future.""I would say at least the next three to five years, it's Priest, Priest, Priest," the singer enthused about having his future mapped out.Watch the full conversation below.Judas Priest's Rob Halford on KazagastaoWhat Age Rockers Were When They Made Their Masterpieces
Source: Rob Halford Calls New Judas Priest Music ‘Very Potent’
Filed Under: Judas Priest, rob halfordCategories: News But I've gotta tell you, Firepower turned the metal up for all of us in the band," he explained.

As some of the world’s most creative forces, the batteries can become drained and the inspiration just isn’t there or sometimes there’s an undying desire to experiment and take the music in a new direction.For some bands, reinvention and experimentation has helped widen their appeal and intrigued diehard fans. The flame may have burned low on these records, but the bands refused to be snuffed out entirely.Scroll through the gallery below and take a look at the 25 Worst Albums by Legendary Bands.50 Awful Metal Album Covers10 Awful Songs by 10 Amazing BandsTop 50 Metal Bands of All Time
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Categories: News Only by consistently releasing great works can you ever get such a harsh reaction to an album that falls flat.It’s a curious thing to see such impressive musicians stuck in such a creative valley, often times indicative of changing musical landscapes as they feverishly claw at the coffin lid of relevance. For others, it sent fans running in every other direction, returning albums to music stores, burning them and flat out abandoning an act altogether.Some of these measures are a bit extreme, but it demonstrates just how passionate these fans are and how the greatest albums from bands like Iron Maiden, Metallica, Guns N’ Roses and more had such a lasting impact. Joe DiVitaUpdated: May 4, 2021Share on FacebookShare on TwitterFirst, we’d like to say that no band is perfect. Even some of our favorite rock and metal artists have released some stinkers over the years, and it’s all well and good because the greatness far outweighs a couple missteps or steps off the cliff entirely.

So this show serves as a memorial to the large in scope live shows the pair put on.Marc Allenby, CEO of Trafalgar Releasing, said in a statement, "As cinemas begin re-opening across the globe, we are proud to be bringing this audacious concert to audiences on the big screen, and are excited to partner on a solo project from the band following our successful release of Rammstein: Paris in 2017."Christoph Ott from Filmwelt also noted, “After the success of Rammstein: Paris we are happy to show Lindemann – Live in Moscow this summer in German and Austrian cinemas. So why not see his self-titled band's upcoming concert film Live in Moscow on the biggest screen possible and feel like you're part of the experience? Get your orders in here and check out a trailer below.Lindemann, Live in Moscow TrailerTrafalgar Releasing / FilmweltThe Real Names of Over 50 Rock + Metal Icons
Source: Lindemann Bring Larger Than Life ‘Live in Moscow’ Show to Theaters
Filed Under: Lindemann, Till LindemannCategories: News Chad ChildersPublished: May 4, 2021Trafalgar Releasing / FilmweltShare on FacebookShare on TwitterWhen have you ever known Till Lindemann to do anything small? Tickets for the Lindemann concert film screenings will go on sale this Thursday (May 13) via the Lindemann.film website and you can sign up there now for updates.The concert features the Rammstein vocalist and his now former Lindemann bandmate, producer and instrumentalist Peter Tagtgren playing Moscow's VTB Arena and providing audiences not only with a powerful musical performance but a live visual experience that won't soon be forgotten. You'll be able to do just that on May 20 when Trafalgar Releasing and Filmwelt team up with the band to bring Lindemann's Live in Moscow to theaters around the world.The theatrical event will play on selected screens worldwide on May 20 with Germany and Austria also having screenings taking place throughout the summer. Filmmaker Serghey Grey captured the show for the epic concert film which will now thankfully be show on the giant screen and killer sound systems of movie theaters making it feel like you're right there.Last November, Lindemann and Tagtgren agreed to go their separate ways though Lindemann will retain the band name for future solo projects. This film is the opportunity to enjoy a long-missed concert and cinema experience again.”In addition to Germany and Austria where the film will enjoy a wider release, Lindemann's Live in Moscow will screen in cinemas in the U.S., the U.K., Russia, Belarus and the Ukraine.Fans can also pick up the Live in Moscow DVD release as of May 21.

This is just noise. I was just like I don’t understand screaming, why can’t people just sing? "I was super excited and showed my parents. But when she showed me that DVD and I heard that song I was hooked and haven’t turned back since.” Watch as the pair revisit Trivium's “Gunshot to the Head of Trepidation.”And finally, serving up one of their own favorite riffs, the band chose "Pull the Trigger," a frequent concert opener from their Freak album. Dig into this nu-metal gem by picking up the album right here and be sure to watch our full Gear Factor episode with Tetrarch below.Tetrarch's Josh Fore + Diamond Rowe Play Their Favorite Riffs2021's Most Anticipated Rock + Metal Albums
Source: Tetrarch’s Josh Fore + Diamond Rowe Play Their Favorite Riffs
Filed Under: TetrarchCategories: Exclusive, News "Metallica was my all-time favorite band, so I bought the Master of Puppets tab book and I think that was the first album that I learned front to back with leads and rhythms and everything like that and the first album where I felt accomplished when I learned all the riffs from it," she reveals.Both musicians share additional influences with Fore breaking off a bit of Green Day while Rowe shares her admirations for the riffs of Lamb of God and then they both reflect on the impact that seeing Trivium in their early days had on their collective love of metal.Rowe says she was turned onto the band from their performance at 2005's Ozzfest, revisiting the DVD continually. “Something about that band really captivated me at the time," she states, adding, "It was one of the first bands we kind of related to in some sense in that metalcore heyday and I remember showing that to Josh.”He recalls, "It was actually the very first song that I liked with screaming in it. Chad ChildersPublished: May 4, 2021LoudwireShare on FacebookShare on TwitterFor many kids, tab books are a great way to get started, and in this edition of Loudwire's Gear Factor, Tetrarch's Josh Fore and Diamond Rowe reveal the importance of tab books in their early development as musicians."One of my first memories of guitar was this old beaten up tablature book that my dad had for ‘Sweet Child o’ Mine’ by Guns N’ Roses. I just remember practicing that thing all day long and I finally got it," recalls Fore. I had held off for so long. "It’s just high energy and fast and just a fun song to play. It’s got cool leads and solos and everything,” says Fore.Tetrarch just released their latest album, Unstable. It couldn’t have sounded very good but I was just so proud of myself for getting it.”Rowe went a heavier route wanted to learn one of her favorite bands.

No, really — this has some real thump. Put on a Hawaiin shirt, order a drink that’s served in a pineapple and chill out. He adopts Simon and Garfunkel, Faith No More, Rush, Childish Gambino and a host of captivating others.’Weird Al’ YankovicIn this “Angry White Boy Polka” song by ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, he tackles a medley of heavy songs, one of them being the very subject of this list you’ve been reading. Opening with media clips that show Donald Trump downplaying the severity of the contagion, obviously feeding off the concept of sickness. At some points, we’re even convinced he’s been possessed, that the demon in him has indeed awakened. Never. You know what polka sounds like — there’s not a ton of deviation — and now you know what Disturbed as a polka song sounds like. The song is crafted to be deliberately tense, mirroring the pent up energy behind David Draiman's themes — the bend-don't-break mentality plays out carefully with anthemic moments, but it all coalesces during that pained bridge section which reveals just how deep the personal torment was.Clearly, it left an impact on generations new and old, as you'll see below.Richard CheeseSlip on your leisure suit, light up a fat cigar, dim the lights to a warm glow and slowly exhale as Richard Cheese takes you far, far away from the pounding distortion of Disturbed with this easy-listening lounge arrangement. This level of reimagining is truly impressive. He’s got passion, even if the “Ooh-wah-ah-ah-ah” sounds like a squawking bird. Dude is in an argyle sweater vest, how could we not click and see what’s up? Not everything in your life has to have distorted guitars, ya know?Anthony VincentWithin our 13 very, very different covers of “Down With the Sickness,” Anthony Vincent of ‘10 Second Songs’ fame is giving you some bonus action with this song in 20 different styles. And then prepare for hell as this gets pretty rowdy — rowdy enough to leave a crease in your suit pants.Vitamin String QuartetThis is immediately heavier than we ever imagined a string quartet could sound. And that’s why we’ve compiled 13 Very, Very Different Covers of Disturbed’s “Down With the Sickness.”As intriguing as that vocal bit is, there’s a lot more to be genuinely interested in regarding these covers. And how hard we still laugh 50 times later.20 Classic Rock + Metal T-Shirts Everyone Has Owned 
Source: 13 Very, Very Different Covers of Disturbed’s ‘Down With the Sickness’
Filed Under: DisturbedCategories: News This quickly goes from a case of the shits to being ‘the shit.’ This injects some modern metal extremity to the approach and the mix.Melodicka Bros.The easy-going Melodicka Bros. Anyone else kinda relieved it’s not a full-length version?Jonathan YoungOf all the cover versions here, this one is the closest to directly imitating the original. The only real difference here — and it’s a big one — is that Jonathan Young opted against the bridge section with the “no mommy, don’t do it again” part and did something else instead.Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock StarIf your precious bundle of joy is seriously down with the sickness, help ease them into a restful slumber with this lullaby version of “Down With the Sickness” from Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star, who have been sending babies to dreamland via reimagined rock and metal hits for years now.Drewsif Stalin’s Musical EndeavorsThis one emerged in 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic began to dramatically impact North America. The tribal percussion throughout helps maintain that plodding, nervous energy that makes the original such a pit opener and, well, when does a violin ever sound bad replicating a vocal melody? are quite aware of the sense of elitism that runs in the ranks of heavy music fans and cautioned everyone not to be offended by their “way too happy” version of Disturbed’s anthem for angst. Props.This TikTok Video Because It’s Just Too FunnyIt’s just stupid how hard we laughed over this. Despite being led by acoustic guitars and a piano, this is rather forceful.This One-Take Vocal CoverBecause we all can’t resist watching vocal covers on YouTube, right? The vocal interplay between Violet Orlandi and Ai Mori is well-crafted — their individual personalities perfectly serve the vocal duality of “Down With the Sickness” and they team up in all the right places, turning the dial from 10 to 11.We’re WolvesSpoofing the song title, We’re Wolves open this cover with a brief comedic sketch, coming down with a physical sickness as one member of We’re Wolves heads off to the bathroom to relieve his stomach troubles. Drewsif Stalin uses the element of surprise here, switching between hard rock and deathcore-esque passages without warning.Beyond the BlackOkay, there’s a lot to unpack here. Most of them sound nowhere near the original — we’ve got an island version, modern classical, a lullaby and bold acoustic interpretation and more, all in service of Disturbed’s enduring 2000 hit.Oh, and there’s even one hilarious TikTok clip that we felt compelled to include because… well… you’ll see…Regarding that introductory part… No violins, no elevator music, just aggression and some silky, gliding vocal passages that are definitely reminiscent of Evanescence’s Amy Lee. We know just as much as you know, that any cover version of Disturbed’s “Down With the Sickness” comes with the immediate need to know what any and all of those iconic intro noises sound like. Especially not with the Vitamin String Quartet.Violet OrlandiOkay, a bit more back on track now. Joe DiVitaPublished: May 3, 2021Ethan Miller, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterOOOH-WAH-AH-AH-AH! Obviously, none can live up to the original, which yielded multi-platinum success and launched the career of one of rock’s biggest bands. in some ways it's a distraction because there's so much more to "Down With the Sickness" than that. First, who ever would’ve guessed that the two glasses of wine that are poured in the beginning would later have a critical musical application over that unforgettable Disturbed chorus? Look at those facial expressions! So, why this one?

MTV documenting the lives of Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly Osbourne marked a pivotal moment for television (for better or worse) and gave us some truly iconic moments.In the early 2000s, Ozzy Osbourne became America’s favorite dysfunctional father while giving the world a myriad of off-the-cuff catchphrases. Graham HartmannPublished: May 3, 2021MTVShare on FacebookShare on TwitterWhen it comes to reality television, The Osbournes is arguably the greatest and most memorable show of all time. From sex to substances, no topic was off limits for The Osbournes, even when Ozzy caught Jack with a knife in his pocket and cocaine on his shirt.Watch these iconic moments from The Osbournes in the Loud List below.The Osbournes Being Iconic for Six Minutes StraightThe Real Names of Over 50 Rock + Metal Icons
Source: ‘The Osbournes’ Is the Most Iconic Reality Show of All Time
Filed Under: jack osbourne, kelly osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne, sharon osbourneCategories: News The situation came to a head when Ozzy, who’d been threatened with violence, threw a massive chunk of wood through the neighbors’ window.Growing up isn’t easy, especially when TV cameras are catching all the moments that teenagers attempt to get away with. The folks next door made a habit of playing trance music into the early morning hours while chattering away on their porch, leading to a battle of wits between Sharon and her new enemies. “Sharon!” became a household siren, while moments of the Prince of Darkness yelling at the family’s many pets and attempting to work a state-of-the-art TV remote became immortalized in pop culture.Always up for a fight, Sharon Osbourne went to war with her neighbors in Season One of The Osbournes.

10 – Denver, Colo. 22 – Portland, Ore. @ Mohegan Sun ArenaAug. @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly IslandAug. 27 – Portland, Maine @ State TheatreOct. 17 – New Orleans, La. 28 – Rochester, NY @ Rochester Main Street ArmoryOct. @ Agganis ArenaAug. 19 – St. @ Nashville Municipal AuditoriumSept. @ The MetAug. @ The ArmoryAug. 15 – Oklahoma City, Okla @ Diamond BallroomOct. 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.See the full list of Gojira's tour dates with Knocked Loose and Alien Weaponry below.“Despite the fact that I think humans are pretty fucked up and a part of me wishes that humans disappear from this planet to leave these poor animals alone, I believe in the potential of us human beings,” Joe Duplantier recently told Full Metal Jackie. @ Isleta AmphitheatreSept. 25 – Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert HallOct. 20 – Boise, Idaho @ Revolution Concert House (Gojira only)Oct. 29 – Washington, D.C. @ Pepsi CenterSept. @ Eagles Club/The Rave/Eagles BallroomAug. Graham HartmannPublished: May 3, 2021Chris CasellaShare on FacebookShare on TwitterGojira have just announced a tour with support from Knocked Loose and Alien Weaponry.Gojira will be celebrating their long-awaited seventh studio album, Fortitude, which dropped April 30 via Roadrunner. 21 – Uncasville, Ct. 18 – San Francisco, Calif. 11 in Salt Lake City, Utah and run until Oct. 9 – Sacramento, Calif. Petersburg, Fla. @ The AnthemAug. @ Thomas Wolfe AuditoriumOct. 24 – New York, N.Y. @ Theatre Of The Clouds at MODA CenterThe 66 Best Metal Songs of the 21st Century
Source: Gojira Announce 2021 Tour With Knocked Loose + Alien Weaponry
Filed Under: Alien Weaponry, gojira, Knocked LooseCategories: News @ Hard Rock LiveOct. 08 – San Antonio, Texas @ AT&T CenterSept. 06 – Irving, Texas @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music FactorySept. 3 – Chattanooga, Tenn. 07 – Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music HallSept. 23 – Asheville, N.C. @ WAMU TheaterSept. @ Petersen Events CenterSept. @ The Signal (Gojira only)Sept. 15 – Sterling Heights, Mich. “I think we have beautiful things to offer, and I still wished to see that best that we have inside of us come out and that's what I'm trying to do on an artistic level and the human level in my everyday life.”Gojira recently launched a charity auction to benefit the indigenous people of the Amazon, quadrupling their fundraising goal thanks to items from Metallica, Tool, Lamb of God and more.Gojira, Knocked Loose + Alien Weaponry 2021 Tour Dates:Sept. @ Cadence Bank AmphitheatreSept. 04 – Atlanta, Ga. 31 – Pittsburgh, Pa. 02 – Indianapolis, Ind. 23 – Boston, Mass. The short tour will begin Oct. 22 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Arizona Federal TheatreSept. 12 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ Bill Graham Civic AuditoriumSept. 11 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ Union Event CenterOct. @ Jannus LiveOct. 13 – Kansas City, Mo. 2 Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom HillAug. @ Greek TheatreSept. 14 – Wichita, Kansas @ Cotillion BallroomOct. 21 – Seattle, Wash. 18 – Toronto, Ontario @ Echo BeachAug. 03 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Amphitheater at White River State ParkSept. 14 – Phoenix, Ariz. 29 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Agora Theater & BallroomDeftones, Gojira + Poppy 2021 Tour Dates:Aug. 17 – Los Angeles, Calif. 28 – Asbury Park, N.J. 14 – Milwaukee, Wis. 17 – Chicago, Ill. @ The Rooftop at Pier 17Aug. @ Aftershock FestivalOct. 20 – Laval, Quebec @ Place BellAug. 11 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ Civic TheatreOct. 20 – Orlando, Fla. @ Arvest Bank TheatreOct. @ Marathon Music WorksOct. 27 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ Stone Pony Summer StageAug.

Still, the singer-songwriter and all-around Renaissance man of rock and metal isn't necessarily known for being a prolific multi-instrumentalist. It's unclear who provided the instrument, but it was presumably brought by a fan."He played for like 8 second[s]," Clay says in the video's description.Corey Taylor Plays Accordion for Fans at Spooky Empire – April 30, 202110 Strange Instruments Used by Rock + Metal Bands
Source: Watch Corey Taylor Play Accordion for Fans at a Horror Convention
Filed Under: corey taylorCategories: News As shown in footage shared that day by a YouTuber named Karen Clay, the Slipknot vocalist played the accordion for a short time while speaking with a group of attendees about it. That's why watching Taylor tackle the accordion, as he did during a recent fan encounter, seems like such a spectacle.Sure, the Slipknot vocalist supplies rhythm guitar in his solo work and on Stone Sour songs. So it makes sense that Taylor's brief brush with the accordion happened at a horror convention.Watch a video down toward the bottom of this post.Taylor's dalliance with the accordion took place at the Spooky Empire convention's opening 2021 weekend in Orlando, Fla., on April 30. Philip TrappPublished: May 3, 2021YouTube: Kaylen ClayShare on FacebookShare on TwitterSlipknot and Stone Sour fans are well aware of the talent that Corey Taylor possesses. But Taylor brandishing an instrument more closely aligned with "Weird Al" Yankovic, classical music or, gasp, polka? Spooky Empire is a horror and sci-fi con that bills itself as "the dark side of Comic-Con." In 2019, Taylor, an avowed horror buff, released a documentary about 1980s horror films called In Search of Darkness. He's also contributing to an upcoming doc about '80s sci-fi, In Search of Tomorrow.But last Friday, Taylor's mind was on the fans he was meeting (while donning a black bandana as a face covering) during the convention. That sounds like it could elicit nightmare fuel.

It wasn't like bringing in a stranger.As far as me gaining the confidence to jump up front and have a new kind of role onstage, people such a Dave Grohl are definitely a huge influence. We all were super proud of what we did so we just kept on trucking. That's why Atreyu albums have always come out being so eclectic and cover multiple genres. Writing music and having an outlet creatively is something that just makes me feel better inside. How did those unknowns actually exhilarate you while making Baptize?We're definitely a group of dudes who thrive in the face of the challenge. Saller also offers insight into his writing approach and discusses why material written with Varkatzas remained on their new record. What do you want to write about?' It's like time capsules. It makes me feel normal. Get your copy of Atreyu's 'Baptized' here and follow the band on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Spotify. Find out where you can hear Full Metal Jackie's weekend radio show here.”The 
Source: Atreyu’s Brandon Saller – Alex Varkatzas Exit Provided More Opportunity Than Challenge
Filed Under: AtreyuCategories: News We've always been that way as a band. There's never really the intention to make this record heavier or [to make a record that is] more pop or more metal. Whatever we're feeling that day, it's very clear and honest — creative time capsules every time we write a song.Someone transitioning from one role to another can sometimes be disconcerting for their audience. We had already started writing and recording Baptize in January and it pushed us to go ahead and have an even more creative outlook to finish the album.Atreyu, "Warrior" Music VideoAlex was actually involved in writing some of the music on Baptize. Full Metal JackiePublished: May 3, 2021Spinefarm RecordsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterAtreyu's Brandon Saller was the guest on Full Metal Jackie's weekend radio show, on hand to discuss the band's latest album Baptize. I do music for TV/Film, I write as an artist, so it's kind of one of those things where like that part of me just needs to continue to exist at as high of a capacity as I can. We wrote a handful of songs on our own and adapted everything that we'd done before, essentially with putting my voice and Porter’s voice on everything.Spinefarm RecordsBaptize is one of the heavier Atreyu albums. How do you feel? We've always been that 'uphill battle' sort of band — nothing's ever really been handed to us.We saw it as more of an opportunity rather than a challenge. It makes me feel better inside, ya know?Thanks to Brandon Saller for the interview. Why was it important that his efforts be part of the finished album?We had started the album and we wrote probably 12 songs, musically and vocally as well. So, that's what I intend on being.I intend on just going onstage and being myself and if anyone's seen my other band Hell or High Water perform or if anyone has seen video of Atreyu in 2019 in Europe (we actually had to go to Europe with this exact lineup currently and I was up front)… He had a hand in writing a lot of the lyrics on the first batch of songs too, so we loved the songs and we loved what we had all accomplished.We didn't want to just shelve the songs because he wasn't in the band anymore. I'm in Atreyu, I'm also have this other band. Check out the chat in full below.Between the pandemic and Alex Varkatzas leaving the band, uncertainty characterized last year for Atreyu. You realize that if it's good and it's entertaining, then people are going to welcome it with open arms. So far people have been very, very kind and kind of welcoming to the new stage setup.Atreyu, "Save Us" Music VideoBrandon, you're a multi-instrumentalist with multiple creative outlets. So, I think that's why I write so much music. In what ways have other people doing the same thing, such as Dave Grohl for example, encouraged you?A big part about me taking the lead role over as far as vocals in the band was because it wasn't going to be as jarring and as much of a shock to our audience because they're already used to my voice. And during the chat Saller spoke about the opportunity that provided for the group.The drummer, who has now moved to the front of the stage in the band's current configuration, also spoke on making that live transition and pulling strength from seeing someone like Dave Grohl do the same thing. people have kind of seen a little taste of it.We did our livestream events too and people saw a taste of it. The record, while it does contain material written with former co-vocalist Alex Varkatzas, is their first not to feature his vocals. When you're writing and recording, what subconsciously dictates the style and tone of the music you're making?We've always been a band that doesn't focus on much more than the current feeling and current thought, especially with the way we make records with our producer John Feldmann.It's very much like, 'What are you feeling today? I feel like there's never a shortage of things to write about in this day in age and I feel like whether for me, if I'm sad it doesn't necessarily mean I'm going to write a sad song. How does excessive creativity help you cope with turmoil and disruption that sometimes occurs in life?I feel like, honestly, it's my main coping mechanism.

“By continuing to air this material in New York City and northern New Jersey, America’s largest media market, Seton Hall has made itself once again a disgrace to Christ’s Church and a threat to many young souls inside and outside their university environment.”Shut Down WSOU have singled out songs by Dimmu Borgir, Myrkur, Whitechapel, Windhand, Satan’s Satyrs, Candlemass, Electric Wizard and Opeth on their website, referring to Dimmu Borgir as an “openly Satanic band.”Catholic groups call on Seton Hall radio station to stop playing ‘satanic’ musicThe radio station responded, “WSOU's advisory board comprised of WSOU students and alumni along with Seton Hall University clergy and administrators, meets regularly to review the station's content and operating policies and standards. Further incorporating and integrating Catholic mission and ministry into WSOU's wide-ranging and popular programming is always a priority."Shut Down WSOU’s most recent protest took place April 26 outside the entrance to Seton Hall University, later regrouping outside the residence of Cardinal Tobin. The student-run station is beloved by metalheads in the New York metro area, especially since the NYC market is dominated by hip-hop, pop and Latin radio.“The university has bred a perniciously evil subculture at the station that is overtly hostile to Christ – one the university, its Board of Trustees and the Board’s Chair, Cardinal Tobin [Archbishop of Newark] have been unwilling to remove,” Shut Down WSOU write. The group, who calls itself Shut Down WSOU, has been staging public protests while claiming the station is promoting Satanism, witchcraft, genocide against Christians and more.WSOU, broadcast out of New Jersey’s Seton Hall University, has been a home to extreme music since the ‘80s. The goal is to ensure that WSOU continues to realize its mission, goals, and long-held operating procedures. Source: Catholic Group Attempts to Shut Down Metal Radio Station
Categories: News Graham HartmannPublished: May 3, 2021News 12Share on FacebookShare on TwitterA small Catholic group is attempting to shut down legendary rock and metal radio station WSOU.

16, 2020, Lambesis shared a message from his hospital bed on social media, explaining to his followers for the first time how the "entire gas cap fell off when trying to use a little from the trickle tip to get a bonfire started. 12 last year at the home of Lambesis' parents in the North County area of the Southern California city. Vivienne Barcena claims she was standing near the fire pit when Lambesis squirted the liquid into it, causing flames to "explode out" and engulf her arm, back and midsection.Barcena was reportedly there attending a holiday party with a friend. Since then, the vocalist has pursued a degree in social work, trained as an addiction counselor and spent time tutoring inmates.While in prison, remaining AILD members formed Wovenwar with Oh, Sleeper's Shane Blay. Gas got all over my clothes and I ended up burning 25% of my body. 29) in San Diego Superior Court outlines. I've been in the hospital since Saturday night, and I will be here for a couple more weeks most likely."The musician later clarified that his "man parts" were unaffected by the blaze. Following the incident, she says she has "lived with intense pain" because of the burns she sustained, as the suit filed last week (Apr. As I Lay Dying returned in 2017, issuing the album Shaped by Fire in 2019. On his Instagram page, the vocalist frequently shares updates on his recovery.In 2013, Lambesis was arrested for attempting to hire a hitman to murder his estranged wife. He was imprisoned and released on parole in 2016, later issuing an apology to his family. Recently, Lambesis has been working on his own side project with Wolves at the Gate's Joey Alarcon.60 Infamous Rock Star Mugshots
Source: As I Lay Dying’s Tim Lambesis Sued by Woman Burned in Bonfire Accident
Filed Under: As I Lay Dying, Tim LambesisCategories: News It also names Lambesis’ parents as codefendants.On Dec. Philip TrappPublished: May 3, 2021Joey Foley, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterAs I Lay Dying vocalist Tim Lambesis is being sued by a woman allegedly injured in the same December 2020 bonfire accident that left the musician with burns over 25 percent of his body after he spilled flammable liquid on himself while attempting to start a fire.According to The San Diego Union-Tribune and Fox 5 San Diego, the accident took place on Dec.

Great job").If you like Dig the Grave's "ISO," it's currently available via their Bandcamp page.Dig The Grave, "ISO"15 Things Musicians Did to Help Us Survive 2020 Without Concerts
Source: Upstart Band Gets Metal Vets to React to Their Song
Filed Under: alexisonfire, Anthrax, Chimaira, Counterparts, GWAR, Lamb of God, Mastodon, mudvayne, nofx, nonpoint, Protest the Hero, Sepultura, Shadows Fall, Suicide Silence, triviumCategories: News It looks as though a number of them appear via Cameo, the app where a number of celebrities agree to record fan request messages for a fee and in this case the musicians were asked to listen to the song and give their opinions."Since we couldn’t physically get together/are too broke to shoot a music video, we thought it would be cool to create a video for our latest single using honest reactions from our favorite musicians," state the group, adding, "Massive thanks to all of these legends (especially the ones that gave some incredibly useful feedback). According to their Bandcamp bio, the band was conceived during the pandemic in 2020 as "a product of necessity … The four-piece calls Petaluma, California their home base. We wanted both good and bad reactions and were humbled by all the positive feedback. The band consists of Paul Nieblas on vocals, Gabe Ausiello on guitar, Erik Robertson on bass and Todd Sipes on drums. Great song. Everyone that responded was included (no cherry picking). In fact, all of these musicians appear in the clip for "ISO" from upstart California-based band Dig the Grave.In a world where it's often hard for new bands to get some recognition, the ingenious rockers managed to secure an all-star lineup for the tried and true reaction video trope to get their music some attention.The clip opens on Sepultura's Derrick Green and it includes Lamb of God's Mark Morton, Mastodon's Brann Dailor, GWAR's Beefcake the Mighty, Trivium's Matt Heafy, Mudvayne's Chad Gray, Anthrax's Joey Belladonna, Nonpoint's Elias Soriano, Chimaira's Mark Hunter, Shadows Fall's Brian Fair, Alexisonfire's George Pettit, NOFX's Erik "Smelly" Sandin, Counterparts' Brendan Murphy, Protest the Hero's Rody Walker, Suicide Silence's Dan Kenny, Monuments Andy Cizek and Wayne's World actress Tia Carrere (who fronted metal band Crucial Taunt in the movie).So how exactly did so many hard rock and metal faces end up in a video by this relatively unknown group? Chad ChildersPublished: May 2, 2021YouTube: Dig the GraveShare on FacebookShare on TwitterWhat if we told you there was a new video out there featuring members of Mastodon, Trivium, Anthrax, Sepultura, Mudvayne, GWAR, Lamb of God and more? born out of the need to simply create heavy music with like-minded creatures."Some of the comments ranged from surprised ("Already better than I expected to be honest" said Lamb of God's Mark Morton) to humorous ("It's not Buck Owens or Motorhead," added GWAR's Beefcake the Mighty) to supportive ("It's got some power to it," added Anthrax's Joey Belladonna while Mastodon's Brann Dailor commented, "It's lit, fam. You might think it was a quarantine jam, but you'd be wrong. Enjoy!"So who are Dig the Grave?

Source: Marilyn Manson Lawyer – Esme Bianco Lawsuit Claims Are ‘Provably False’
Filed Under: Marilyn MansonCategories: News Visit the RAINN website (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network) or dial 800-656-HOPE (800-656-4673). To be clear, this suit was only filed after my client refused to be shaken down by Ms. Regardless of how — and why — others are now choosing to misrepresent the past, that is the truth."After the initial claims, Manson was dropped from his label, removed from acting roles and his manager of 25 years severed ties with the musician.If you or someone you know is facing abuse, visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline website. During this time, she says she was subjected to sleep deprivation, verbal abuse and she cited several instances of sexual battery without her consent. Manson is also accused of not letting Bianco leave his home without permission, chasing her around with an ax and cutting her with a “Nazi knife.”On Feb. Once Wood went public with her claims against Manson that opened the door for more people to come forward. A disclaimer on the website notes that if you are concerned your Internet usage is being monitored, an alternative option is to call 800-799-SAFE (800-799-7233).If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, resources are available for help. A former personal assistant backed Wood's claims.A stylist claimed the musician had put a gun to her head, and another actress, Bianca Allaine, revealed in late February that she was set to meet with the FBI to relay details of her sexual relationship with the singer.As claims started to mount, Manson issued a statement that read: "Obviously, my art and my life have long been magnets for controversy, but these recent claims about me are horrible distortions of reality. She revealed that after initially meeting Manson in 2005, the musician flew her to Los Angeles in 2009 to appear in one of his videos and it was during this trip that the abuse started.The couple started a sexual relationship after that video shoot and Manson convinced her to move to Los Angeles and live with him. We will vigorously contest these allegations in court and are confident that we will prevail.”In the court documents, Bianco accused Manson of drugging, torturing and raping her over the course of their relationship. 1, actress Evan Rachel Wood publicly named Marilyn Manson as her abuser after previously providing congressional testimony about abuse in 2018. Bianco and her lawyer and give in to their outrageous financial demands based on conduct that simply never occurred. My intimate relationships have always been entirely consensual with like-minded partners. Manson's lawyer, Howard E. King, has issued a statement claiming that the accusations are "provably false" and alleging that Bianco moved forward with the suit after Manson refused to give in to her financial demands.King said in his statement to the Associated Press, “These claims are provably false. Chad ChildersPublished: May 2, 2021Kevin Winter, Getty ImagesShare on FacebookShare on TwitterOn Friday (April 30), it was revealed that Game of Thrones actress Esme Bianco had taken legal action against Marilyn Manson after making claims earlier in the year detailing a sexual assault.

Refusing to leave the estate, the guitarist allegedly pushed a woman down and fled into the backyard. 14  on $50,000 bond.After the initial arrest, Cannibal Corpse issued a statement in which they expressed that they wanted "nothing but the best for our brother and partner, Pat." They added that O'Brien was getting the help he needed, appreciated the love and support from fans and was looking forward to a healthy return at some point. He was eventually released on Dec. Police eventually found O'Brien behind a fence near his house and when he was discovered he charged the officers with a knife. Cannibal Corpse vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher later revealed that he cried upon first seeing O'Brien in court wearing the anti-suicide vest.In February of 2021, Cannibal Corpse revealed that Hate Eternal's Erik Rutan, who filled in as their live guitarist in 2019 during O'Brien's absence, was officially now a full-time member while also continuing his participation with Hate Eternal.In addition to O'Brien's financial restitution and sentencing, he has also been ordered to continue drug and alcohol evaluations, will have random drug screenings, must serve 150 hours of community service and has been ordered to stay away from alcohol and controlled substances.Best Death Metal Album of Each Year Since 1985
Source: Ex-Cannibal Corpse Guitarist Sentenced for 2018 Burglary + Assault
Filed Under: Cannibal Corpse, Pat O’BrienCategories: News The owner of the home that O'Brien broke into told an ABC news affiliate that he thought the musician was hallucinating as he spoke of the rapture, claimed that someone was after him and attempted to hide in a closet.He was later booked into the Hillsboro County Jail and appeared in court wearing an anti-suicide vest. Chad ChildersPublished: May 2, 2021Kathy Flynn, WickedGoddessPhotography.comShare on FacebookShare on TwitterFormer Cannibal Corpse guitarist Pat O'Brien has been sentenced to time served and five years of probation plus a fine of $23,793.45 for the bizarre series of incidents that played out on Dec. Over 80 weapons, thousands of rounds of ammunition and three skulls were later found inside the home.While firefighters were tending to the home, police received reports of a burglary at a nearby home where the musician had reportedly entered the residence without an invite. 10, 2018.The musician had been arrested and charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling, assault and aggravated assault on a police officer that took place while firefighters were also attempting to extinguish a blaze that was engulfing his rented home. Making the extinguishing of the fire more difficult was the fact that ammunition continued to explode inside the home as the firefighters attempted to contain the blaze.