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A dozen new Jimi Hendrix tracks2012-11-21 A collection featuring twelve previously unreleased Jimi Hendrix tracks will be released on March 5, 2013, under the name People, Hell and Angels, according to Rolling Stone.
The tracks were recorded in 1968 and 1969. They were meant for First Days of The New Rising Sun, the follow up to Electric Ladyland that Hendrix was working on when he passed.
The tracks are said to be very experimental, including keyboards, horns, and a second guitar. This is really exciting news for Hendrix fans in particular, but also for music fans in general, since we will get a hint of where Hendrix was planning to take his music in the future.
Metallica first BBC session2017-01-07 Metallica performed their first-ever BBC Session at London's Maida Vale Studios on November 17 as part of the launch of "Hardwired... To Self Destruct", and the band are now sharing footage of the full event.
The Doors reunite2017-01-02 The surviving members of The Doors - guitarist Robbie Krieger and drummer John Densmore - will mark the 50th anniversary of the release of their self-titled debut album at a special event on January 4.
Los Angeles will
Corey could quit Slipknot2016-12-27 Corey Taylor says it's possible he could quit Slipknot one day - because he might not have the energy required to keep fronting the band.
And he admits he's only begun to consider the possibility aft
Hetfield about Mustaine2016-12-21 Metallica's James Hetfield has praised his former bandmate and Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine.
Metallica split with guitarist Mustaine in 1983 due to his substance abuse problems - and he was replaced by current axeman, Kirk Hammett.
Despite their strained relationship, Mustaine has since made amends with the band - and performed alongside Metallica at the San Francisco Fillmore in 2011.
Now Hetfield calls his former colleague an "old friend" who went on to carve
Foreigner members reunite2016-12-17 Original Foreigner members, including frontman Lou Gramm and guitarist Mick Jones, reunited earlier this month at a special meeting at Atlantic Records marking the RIAA Platinum certification of their 2008 2-disc hits collection "No End In Sight: The Very Best Of Foreigner."
Apart from Gramm and Jones, Al Greenwood (keyboards), and Ian McDonald (rhythm guitar, keyboards, saxophone, flute, backing vocals) were also on hand for the platinum plaque presentation by Atl
Rival Sons stream live album2016-12-16 Rival Sons have made an exclusive live album from their performance at Download Festival in Paris earlier this year available to stream.
Fans can now listen to the album on Deezer.
Drummer Michael Miley says: "We've released our entire set from Download Paris 2016. The rain had stopped and we kept playing, it was a pretty amazing show."
He adds: "We're gonna be giving away tickets for upcoming shows in France too, so go to Deezer to get your tickets and watch our
AC/DC first official book2016-12-14 A photo study focusing on AC/DC's Rock Or Bust world tour is to be the band's first official book, they've announced.
The title is set for release in the summer of 2017 with pre-ordering beginning in the spring. A limited-edition leatherbound version will be presented in a case with a light-up band logo.
It features Brian Johnson, Angus Young, Cliff Williams, Stevie Young and Chris Slade - but there's no mention of Guns N' Roses vocalist Axl Rose, who stepped in w
Next Metallica's album soon2016-12-09 Lars Ulrich won't quite promise - but he believes Metallica will release their 11th album before 2024.
There's an eight-year gap between ninth title Death Magnetic, which arrived in 2008, and its follow-up Hardwired... To Self-Destruct, which arrives on Friday (November 18).
Ulrich tells Apple Music: "Everybody's like, 'Eight years what have you been doing?' It's like, 'Excuse me? We've been busier than we ever have in our lives.
We spent three years touring Dea
STP tribute to weiland2016-12-05 Stone Temple Pilots are paying tribute to their former singer, Scott Weiland, on the first anniversary of his passing.
Weiland - who parted ways with STP in 2013 and spent the next two years working on solo music and his group The Wildabouts - died in Bloomington, MN on December 3, 2015 at the age of 48 from an accidental overdose while on tour.
"Here we are. A year has passed since you've been gone," writes STP by way of a Facebook tribute on Saturday. "We often
Dimebag used to write his riffs in toilet2016-11-30 Former Pantera drummer Vinnie Paul has revealed that his late brother Dimebag Darrell Abbott used to write all his guitar riffs while using the bathroom.
He only found out when he visited his bandmate's home and found recording gear in the smallest room.
Paul tells Loudwire: "He's got so much stuff, man. One of the things people don't know about Dime, he had a guitar in his bathroom.
"I went in his bathroom one time and I was like, 'He's got a guitar, he's
Mastodon motorbike accident2016-11-27 Mastodon guitarist Brent Hinds has been forced to bow out of supergroup Giraffe Tonge Orchestra's upcoming shows after breaking his leg in a motorbike accident.
He's posted a picture of his strapped-up limb on Instagram, explaining: "Broke my fucking leg starting my motorcycle, goddamnit.
"Sorry to all the shows I was about to play with GTO and West End Moteal and Fiend Without A Face.
"Life's a bitch then you die. Happy thanking!"
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Corey Taylor on Slipknot album2016-11-25 The next Slipknot album won't go into production for at least two years, says frontman Corey Taylor.
He's responded to speculation after bandmate Shawn "Clown" Crahan revealed that he and Jim Root were planning to start writing for the follow-up to .5: The Gray Chapter in February.
Last year Clown suggested that the band's sixth full-length release might arrive in 2017.
Asked about whether the latest development means an album is coming soon, Taylor tweets: "Not