CLASSIC ALBUMS REVISITED: Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” Turns 40

40 Years, Still Breaking The Wall

Ever wondered what makes a “classic band” classic? Have you ever sat down and play records of bands like The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, etc. just to analyze the components of what makes them be as magnificent as they are? Even more, how is it that forty, fifty years later their music still as intact and as relevant as ever before? This is the case with Pink Floyd, especially when we think about that four classic albums run that they had in the mid-seventies. Albums like The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, and Animals, brought us records that still are in the charts and are, basically, soundtracks of our current lifestyle. Continue reading

Black Sabbath Shares “Iron Man” Live Performance Clip From “The End” Film

Black Sabbath‘s ‘The End‘ film, which documents the band’s farewell show in Birmingham, England, came out on several formats last week via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Continue reading

Black Sabbath Shares “War Pigs” Live Performance Clip From “The End” Film

Black Sabbath‘s ‘The End‘ film, which documents the band’s farewell show at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England, will be released on several formats on November 17th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Continue reading

Black Sabbath Shares “N.I.B.” Live Performance Clip From “The End” Film

Black Sabbath‘s ‘The End‘ film, which captures the band’s farewell show at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England, will be released on several formats on November 17th via Eagle Rock Entertainment. Continue reading

Metallica’s Kirk Hammett And Robert Trujillo Perform Oasis’ “Don’t Look Back in Anger” In Manchester

Manchester Arena hosted the Ariana Grande concert back in May that was struck by a horrific terror attack that killed 22 people and injured 250 others. Last night Metallica played the reopened venue, and like many acts since the tragedy, they wanted to pay tribute to the victims. Since the attack, Oasis‘ “Don’t Look Back in Anger” has become a rallying cry for the Manchester people, and during their instrumental jam, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo performed the track, which led to an amazing sing along with the crowd. Continue reading