Warrel Dane (Sanctuary, Nevermore) Dies At Age 48

Just when we thought 2017 couldn’t take any more legends from us, we’ve learned that vocalist Warrel Dane had a heart attack last night and could not be rescued. Continue reading

Stone Temple Pilots Announce New Singer, Premiere New “Meadow” Single

Photo by Michelle Shiers

Stone Temple Pilots have finally confirmed that former ‘X Factor‘ contestant Jeffrey Adam Gutt will be the new vocalist for the band. Not only that, but they’ve also released the first single with the new front man. Continue reading

Tommaso Riccardi Leaves Fleshgod Apocalypse

Fleshgod Apocalypse, by Julia Sariy Photography

Fleshgod Apocalypse has now confirmed that singer Tommaso Riccardi has left the band, and Francesco Paoli will be taking his spot behind the microphone. Continue reading

Ghost Introduce Papa Emeritus Zero In Sweden

With the band wrapping up the “Meliora“/”Popestar” touring cycle, Ghost decided that it was time for another change. Continue reading

Chris Cornell Memorial Statue To Be Erected In Seattle

Nearly three months have passed since Chris Cornell‘s death, and while we do have a huge catalog of music to help keep his memory alive, his wife is going one step further for her late husband. Continue reading

Bruce Dickinson Flies Lancaster Bomber Plane Before Iron Maiden’s Show In Toronto

Every musician has their own pre-show ritual, but if you’re Bruce Dickinson, you take it to a whole new level. Continue reading

Bruce Corbitt Performs His Final Show With Warbeast

Former Rigor Mortis and current Warbeast vocalist Bruce Corbitt announced earlier this week that he will be retiring from performing after being diagnosed with esophageal cancer. He explained in detail on Facebook, “I was just told an ago I more than likely have stage 3 Esophagus cancer. Still a chance for stage 2. I get into more details on what that means and our plan of attack soon. But after much discussion with the doctors and specialist. ..they’ve told me there’s no chance within in any reasonable time that I’ll ever be able to perform again. So it breaks my heart at this time that I’m forced to announce my retirement from singing.

A lot of people would stop fighting, but that’s not Bruce. After going through several treatments this week, he announced on Friday that the doctors agreed to allow him one final moment on stage, and it happened last night in Fort Worth, Texas. Continue reading