Anthrax Shares Episode #4 of Their 40 for 40 Series


Anthrax has shared its third video in their series celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the band with their “Anthrax 40 for 40” series of videos. The third clip features the band’s thoughts of getting signed to Island Records, finding Joey Belladonna as a new lead singer, The Armed and Dangerous EP, and recording Spreading The Disease. The full schedule is below and will honor each album in chronological order from the beginning. The 11-week series will include video contributions from Chuck D, Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Dave Mustaine, Gary Holt, Gene Simmons, Henry Rollins, John Carpenter, Kerry King, Mike Patton, Nergal, Norman Reedus, Michael Poulsen, Rob Zombie, Robert Trujillo, Roger Miret, Darryl McDaniels (RUN DMC), Slash, Tom Morello and more. There will also be video clips from former band members Dan Lilker, Dan Spitz, John Bush, Neil Turbin, and Rob Caggiano. Check out the first clip below.

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Anthrax Shares More Early Memories in Episode #3 of Their 40 for 40 Series


Anthrax has shared its third video in their series celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the band with their “Anthrax 40 for 40” series of videos. The third clip features the band’s thoughts of making their demo, going on their first tour, the release of Fistful of Metal (Megaforce), kicking out Dan Lilker and Neil Turbin, adding Frank Bello, and more! The full schedule is below and will honor each album in chronological order from the beginning. The 11-week series will include video contributions from Chuck D, Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Dave Mustaine, Gary Holt, Gene Simmons, Henry Rollins, John Carpenter, Kerry King, Mike Patton, Nergal, Norman Reedus, Michael Poulsen, Rob Zombie, Robert Trujillo, Roger Miret, Darryl McDaniels (RUN DMC), Slash, Tom Morello and more. There will also be video clips from former band members Dan Lilker, Dan Spitz, John Bush, Neil Turbin, and Rob Caggiano. Check out the first clip below.

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Anthrax Shares More Memories of “Fistful of Metal” Album and Signing to Megaforce


Anthrax has shared its second video in their series celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the band. The second clip features the band’s thoughts of making their demo, getting signed to Megaforce Records by Johnny Z, and making their “Fistful of Metal” full-length debut. The full schedule is below and will honor each album in chronological order from the beginning. The 11-week series will include video contributions from Chuck D, Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Dave Mustaine, Gary Holt, Gene Simmons, Henry Rollins, John Carpenter, Kerry King, Mike Patton, Nergal, Norman Reedus, Michael Poulsen, Rob Zombie, Robert Trujillo, Roger Miret, Darryl McDaniels (RUN DMC), Slash, Tom Morello and more. There will also be video clips from former band members Dan Lilker, Dan Spitz, John Bush, Neil Turbin, and Rob Caggiano. Check out the first clip below.

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Anthrax Shares Memories of “Fistful of Metal” Album for their 40th Anniversary


Anthrax has shared its first in a series of videos and other content celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the band. The first clip features the band’s thoughts on their “Fistful of Metal” full-length debut. The full schedule is below and will honor each album in chronological order from the beginning. The 11-week series will include video contributions from Chuck D, Corey Taylor, Dave Grohl, Dave Mustaine, Gary Holt, Gene Simmons, Henry Rollins, John Carpenter, Kerry King, Mike Patton, Nergal, Norman Reedus, Michael Poulsen, Rob Zombie, Robert Trujillo, Roger Miret, Darryl McDaniels (RUN DMC), Slash, Tom Morello and more. There will also be video clips from former band members Dan Lilker, Dan Spitz, John Bush, Neil Turbin, and Rob Caggiano. Check out the first clip below.

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KISS Announces European Tour Dates For 2021


KISS has announced their rescheduled 2021 European Tour Dates. Unfortunately, due to world events KISS could not complete the original dates scheduled through June and July 2020. But the band are delighted to announce rescheduled and new European dates for 2021. Further dates will also be added to the cities announced today. Continue reading


Surviving Members of Rush Comment on Neil Peart’s Death, Other Rockers React


As new spreads around the globe of the passing of drumming and Progressive Music Giant Neil Peart, reactions have been swift and the outpouring deep. Beginning with a statement from Rush band members Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson, many icons of the music world themselves, including many great Canadians, commented on the profound impact Peart had on us all. Fans have joined in the world over with their tributes as well. We’ll have more information about this tragic and terrible loss for the music world as it develops. Continue reading


Van Halen Releases “Van Halen II” Forty Years Ago


Forty years ago today Van Halen dropped their second album less than a year after their debut Van Halen set the music world on fire. In just a year, the band had become a household name, and headliner nationally, and Eddie Van Halen, in particular, had graced the cover of many magazines for his sweet shred skills. Wanting to strike while the iron was hot, the band came right back with Van Halen II (Warner Bros.), made up of their infamous pre-record deal demos made with Gene Simmons and Ted Templeman, and a few new songs. Van Halen II had the unenviable task of following one of the greatest debut albums ever.Continue reading


Kiss To Reissue 1978 Solo Albums In Deluxe Set


On this day in 1978 the four founding members of Kiss: Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss released their solo albums on the same day. They are charted and sold millions since Kiss were the biggest band in the world at this time. The band will now release the ‘The Solo Albums – 40th Anniversary Collection’, a limited-edition 180-gram 4LP box set by Casablanca/UMe that’s earmarked for release on October 19th. Details below.Continue reading


Watch Gene Simmons And Ace Frehley Play Kiss Covers In Australia


KISS member Gene Simmons was joined by his former bandmate Ace Frehley on stage in Sydney, Australia last night (8/31) to run through some songs together. They were both in joking moods and high spirits as they jammed and Gene told stories about how Ace won his spot in the band at his fateful audition. Watch fan-filmed footage of them playing Kiss classics ‘Deuce’ and ‘Rock And Roll All Nite’ together. Ace is on tour as he gets ready to release his new album, Spaceman, on October 19th via eOne Music.

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Ryders Creed – Ryders Creed


With a sound influenced by AC/DC, Clutch, Monster Truck, and a little Black Stone Cherry are Ryders Creed. The five-piece hailing the midlands formed last year, winning the Hard Rock Hell’s Highway to Hell Competition, and have just released their self-titled debut album on Off Ya Rocka Recordings.Continue reading