Check out these 10 Amazing High Screams from the Metal God himself, Rob Halford. Perhaps no vocalist in recent history has been able to greater captivate an audience through powerful high shrieks, so we’ve rounded up 10 of Halford’s finest moments spanning nearly four decades. A schweet compliation from the guys at Loudwire.com!
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The members of Iron Maiden have issued another update regarding Bruce Dickinson‘s ongoing cancer treatment. Manager Rod Smallwood posted a note on Thursday to the Iron Maiden’s band website and facebook page, passing along Dickinson’s thanks for fans’ “tremendous support and kind wishes” and adding that he’s been “extremely touched and encouraged by the genuine […]
Highly anticipated as his first new studio album since 2013’s critically acclaimed Roots And Branches, Robin Trower’s Something’s About To Change, will be released by Manhaton/V12 Records on 9th March 2015 – the same day as his 70th birthday. The new album coincides with Trower’s nationwide 17-date UK tour with special guest Joanne Shaw Taylor […]
A new career-spanning Led Zeppelin concert movie event will be presented in to U.S. theaters on March 30. Fathom is sponsoring the nearly two-hour big-screen presentation of live footage. Featured performances include songs from Led Zeppelin’s appearances in January 1970 at Royal Albert Hall in London, July 1973 at Madison Square Garden in New York […]
Dave Hilsden, a do-anything Motorhead assistant who handled engineering and front-of-house sound over a three-decade stint, has died. Phil Campbell, guitarist with Motorhead since 1984, confirmed the sad news. An age and cause of death for Hilsden, who the band called Hobbsy, have not been confirmed. SOURCE: UltimateClassicRock.com
Reece Eber has taken full responsibility for a controversial moment at Dimebag Darrell Abbott‘s gravesite — even while clearing up exactly what happened. “I left a piece of paper with an insult to a man many people idolize and for a cheap laugh that I didn’t think about the consequences,” Eber says, in a statement […]
We’ve often wondered what Disney songs would sound like if they were sung by someone like Tom Araya… And now we can wonder no more. SOURCE: Kerrang.com