A legend of Rock N Roll has died. Jimmy Webb, who dressed four generations of rockers and fans from his East Village boutique Trash and Vaudeville. He was 62. At press time there has been no official cause of death. Jimmy spent many years as the manager and primary buyer for Trash and Vaudeville before opening his own boutique, I Need More, in 2017 on Orchard St. Over the years Webb had styled for MTV, Rolling Stone, and Vogue, and regular customers/clients were a Who’s Who of punk and rock, including Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Debbie Harry, Slash and many more. One of the holdovers from the 1980s punk and metal spirit of the era, he helped define that class of that era, and Jimmy continued to innovate and create looks synonymous with the rock, punk and metal ethos. We met Jimmy several times over the years, notably when we interviewed his friend Doyle on his tour bus in 2018. Continue reading
Opeth has collaborated on an amazing new line of Hockey-themed merch with great lifestyle wear brand Puck HCKY. Other bands that have merch made through the brand include Anthrax, Cannibal Corpse, Devin Townsend, Meshiggah, Overkill, Snoop Dogg, Less Than Jake, Exodus, Testament, Darkest Hour, 36 Crazyfists, Doyle, All Hail The Yeti and more! Continue reading
The Original Misfits (Danzig, Jerry Only, Doyle, Dave Lombardo, Acey Slade) played last night in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s Wells Fargo Arena for what might be the final time, following the show earlier this fall at Madison Square Garden in New York, that Glenn Danzig had said would be the very last. Direct support came in the form of Dropkick Murphys and Agnostic Front. In spite of the bands; notorious cell phone policy, watch fan-filmed video from the show and check out the setlist.
Anthrax will release a line of premium hockey apparel with their new partner PUCK HCKY! The new series of high-quality, small-batch hockey jerseys and streetwear that pull visual inspiration from the band’s rich catalogue of albums, EP, single, and t-shirt artwork, including Anthrax’s instantly-recognizable logo and its long-time mascot, “Not-Man” is available now! The hockey brand has already done collabos with Cannibal Corpse, Exodus, Overkill, Testament, Rivers of Nihil, Doyle, Darkest Hour, 36 Crazyfists, All Hail The Yeti, Devin Townsend, Meshuggah, Less Thank Jake, Opeth and more. Continue reading
Life of Agony has announced a contest where local bands in Europe can open for their upcoming tour with Doyle. One band will be selected for each city on the tour. LOA just released their amazing new album, The Sound of Scars (Napalm Records), the sequel to their classic debut album River Runs Red. Enter the contest below. Continue reading
In an interview at the premiere of Rob Zombie’s3 From Hell movie the other night, Glenn Danzig was quoted as saying nest month’s show at Madison Square Garden, on October 19, will be the last. The initial comeback performance by MISFITS members Danzig, Jerry Only and Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein took place at the 2016 Riot Fest. The estranged bandmates played together for the first time since 1983 and were backed by former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and guitarist Acey Slade.Continue reading
As Ghost Cult broke the news last weekend, Life of Agony will embark on a fall tour of the UK to support the release of their upcoming album due out in October via Napalm Records. Direct support will come from Doyle. More worldwide dates to be announced soon. The band are putting the finishing touches on their concept album The Sound of Scars is being produced by Sylvia Massy (Tool, System of a Down), whose work has received multiple Grammy Awards and nominations, along with (with mixing duties helmed by Massy), have tapped esteemed engineer Howie Weinberg (Nirvana, Soundgarden) to master the record. The new album is the sequel of sorts to their classic debut album River Runs Red. Continue reading
Life of Agony has shared a mailing list sign-up for the pre-sale alert for their upcoming UK leg of their “Sound of Scars World Tour”. Doyle will apparently be the direct support for the tour. The new Life of Agony album The Sound of Scars is due out from Napalm Records next October and is a sequel to their classic debut River Runs Red. Sign-up at the link below. The band has some headline and festival dates booked for this summer. Continue reading
Metal and rock Supergroup Metal Allegiance kicked off their 5th-anniversary tour last month with a slamming show at The Van Buren, in Phoenix Arizona. Presented by the Murder In The Front Row movie and Loudwire featured the core members – David Ellefson, Mark Menghi, Mike Portnoy, and Alex Skolnick – sharing the stage with Chuck Billy (Testament), John Bush (Armored Saint), and Phil Demmel (Machine Head). Also returning to the MA live show ranks after a three-year hiatus, vocalist/bassist Troy Sanders (Mastodon). Each night of the mini-tour offered a unique experience as with any MA gig. Tonight they were joined by local legends Max Cavalera (Soulfly), as well as members of Sacred Reich and Flotsam and Jetsam. It was a dream come true for music fans, and hopefully a harbinger of more shows to come! Check out this video recap of the tour and our photo set!Continue reading
As we previously reported, Thrash Metal supergroup Metal Allegiance will celebrate five years as a band next month, and now will party up with fans at four west coast shows! Presented by Murder In The Front Row and Loudwire will feature the core four members – David Ellefson, Mark Menghi, Mike Portnoy, and Alex Skolnick – sharing the stage with Chuck Billy (TESTAMENT), John Bush (Armored Saint), and Phil Demmel (Machine Head) and returning to the MA live show ranks after a three year hiatus, Grammy Award-winning vocalist/bassist Troy Sanders (Mastodon). Each night will offer a unique experience as with any Metal Allegiance show, you never know who will drop by to join the festivities. For the April 17th show in Phoenix, the band will be joined by Max Cavalera (Soulfly), the April 20th show in San Francisco will include Steve “Zetro” Souza (Exodus) and Gary Holt (Slayer/Exodus). Opening the four nights are Superfix and Weapons Of Anew.