Rob Zombie releasing new album2013-01-31 Rob Zombie will release his new studio album, "Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor", on April 23rd.
The project will be released on veteran rock manager Andy Gould's newly-formed label, T-Boy Records (via Universal Music), which will serve as an umbrella label releasing new music and albums from established iconic hard-rock bands with major followings.
Gould has managed Rob Zombie since his days in White Zombie. Gould's track record includes sales exceeding 15 million worldwide and seven Grammy nominations.
U2 album and tour delay2014-03-10 U2 fans will have to wait a little longer for a new studio album and supporting tour from the band, with the album now expected next year and the tour to take place in the summer of 2015.
The Irish band was expected to deliver the album sometime later this year but Billboard reports that multiple sources told them that it and the supporting tour have been pushed back until next year.
Linkin Park surprise release2014-03-07 Linkin Park surprised fans yesterday (Mar 5) with the release of "Guilty All The Same," the debut track from their forthcoming untitled album. The song mysteriously showed up in the feeds of Shazam us
Foo Fighter launches Birds Of Satan2014-03-05 Birds of Satan, the new supergroup launched by Foo Fighters Taylor Hawkins, My Ruin's Mick Murphy and Chevy Metal's Wiley Hodgden, have announced an April 15th release date for their self-titled debut
Green Day announce two-disc collection2014-02-27 Green Day announced they will be celebrating this year's spring Record Store Day with a special multi-format release of demos and a previously unreleased song.
The release will be entitled "Demolicious" and will feature 18 demos recording from the band's 2012 sessions at Jingletown Studios in Oakland, CA.
Those were the same sessions that produced the band's ĦUn
Navarro defends RHCP2014-02-22 Dave Navarro has spoken out in support of the Red Hot Chili Peppers over their Super Bowl controversy - even though he admits he's still not on speaking terms with his former bandmates.
The Jane's Addiction guitarist was a member of the Chilis for five years in the 90s, appearing on their sixth album One Hot Minute before being dismissed in 1998 after relations bro
Corey Taylor, Grohl, Biafra... in supergroup2014-02-19 Foo Fighters mainman Dave Grohl, Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor and Dead Kennedys leader Jello Biafra are among the members of a supergroup named Teenage Time Killer.
And founder Reed Mullin, drummer with Corrosion Of Conformity, promises that people are going to love the "hardcore punk, punk and metal" that they are making.
The project also features Nick Oliver
Queen plan to tour2014-02-14 Queen guitarist Brian May says the band are planning a summer US tour with Adam Lambert.
"We've been talking to Adam Lambert, you know we've already done some gigs with Adam, who is amazing," May told BBC Radio 2 host Steve Wright. "We are ongoing, we can't help it. I think we all protested too much in the sense when Freddie went and we didn't want to talk about it
Kiss reality show2014-02-11 KISS founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons have signed a deal with AMC for a new reality show that will document the launch of the band's new Arena Football team L.A. Kiss.
The as-yet-untitled series will feature 10 episodes and is set to debut this summer on the cable network, according to Hollywood Reporter. Thinkfactory Media, who worked with Simmons on 'Gene S
Motley Crue not retiring2014-02-03 Just days after Motley Crue announced their farewell tour, singer Vince Neil says the band is not breaking up.
"Here's the thing. Motley Crue's not breaking up," Neil explained in an interview Friday morning with 93.3 KDKB in Phoenix. "We're still gonna be making music. We're still selling merchandise and stuff like Motley Crue things."
Vince went on to explain
Slipknot had to fire Jordison2014-01-28 Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor says they faced a stark choice at the end of last year: fire drummer Joey Jordison or split up. Maggots were astonished when it was confirmed in December that co-founder Jordison had been dismissed. He later told how he'd been "blindsided" by the move.
Taylor insists no details can be discussed at the moment, subject to negotiations b
Corey Taylor on new Slipknot2014-01-25 Corey Taylor remains committed to finishing out the touring and promotion of his ambitious Stone Sour double-disc 'House of Gold & Bones,' but he's also started digging in on the next Slipknot album.
In a new interview with The Pulse of Radio (excerpted by Blabbermouth), Taylor explains that he and his cohort in both bands - guitarist Jim Root - have begun making t