So this YouTube dude posted this blooper reel from the filming of his spoof black metal music video (yes, there's also a full video online, but the outtakes are WAY better). While the video calls out black metal in general, it specifically targets Immortal's godawful vid for the song "Call Of The Wintermoon." Band slandering aside, this blooper flick is freaking jokes and demands to be seen.
This kid is absolutely amazing! Not only does he know the words to Metallica's "Sabbra Caddabra" (a Black Sabbath cover song), but he also rocks out; his car seat concert includes both air drums and guitar solos. It's kids like this that make rock and roll's future bright and actually make me want metal offspring of my own.
Okay, so I used to be a proverbial gym rat. Not one of those wannabes who claims to be, but an actual gym rat. No Joke, at one point I trained with an ex-Navy Seal 7 times a week. I'm not saying I'm special or anything, but I knew what the fuck I was doing. That said, in my expert opinion, this is easily one of the best instructional biceps workout videos ever created! Not only is the jerky form top notch, but the face paint and screeches are freakin' perfect!
Okay so this Rebecca Black dudette is freaking terrible. Her music is awful and the video is equally unbearable. So instead of complain about this atrocity, what's the best thing to do? Make fun of it! From what YouTube tells me, Jarett Norton and Danny Dodge are responsible for this hilarious cover song. Crank it up and see Rebecca as metal as she'll ever be... that is until home made videos of her stoned off her ass (a la Miley) are leaked.
It's nice to see a corporate fast food chain like KFC step outside of its marketing comfort zone. I recall seeing this commercial on TV and instantly commending them for their efforts. Now what would have been even more impressive, would have been KFC actually naming the sandwich Hellvetica (like the band in the video) instead of the Wicked Crunch! Side note, does this sandwich even exist anymore?
Everybody loves Sesame Street! And most everyone loves the Cookie Monster! We've also to come to know this lovable character is somewhat of a psycho. I mean the guy frequently freaks out and frankly terrifies the bejesus out of people with his random fits. I'm pretty sure I've even see a clip with him in a straight jacket. Now factor in some heavy metal and this fuzzy, blue dude, all hyped up on sugar, is bound to rock out!
This is one crazy cock! I know… cheesy. Well deal with it. This rad rooster can scream better than anyone I've ever heard. Take the top 10 rock screams of all time, mash them up and this guy still owns! I wonder what the hell he's freaking out about in the first place? While I have no idea, I do know this has to somehow affect the local hen's eggs. Pre-scrambled maybe?
Like this guy or not, you've got to admit he's got freakin' stamina. I can't actually remember the last time I rocked out that hard&helip; let alone at home and by myself. He's either showing off for some hot young birds or he just loves his music, plain and simple. I challenge you to put on a song of your own and do the exact same thing. Double dare you!
We've all been there at some point in time. You get to the show and the band's raging, but no one's really doing anything. The idiot crowd is lifeless and standing around like a bunch of dumb cattle. At least until that one dude, totally amped up on life starts throwing down like he's in a Chuck Norris fight sequence.
Irish trio Kopek's debut album, White Collar Lies, was released March 1st on Religion Music via Sony Independent Network.
Juke Kartel – already a success in their native Australia – released their US debut album Levolution last Fall.
An epic performance of Shinobi Ninja playing their co-headlining slot at this year's Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI. Be sure to check out and download the original version of "Blaow!" on their most recent release The Baby G EP.
Those of you who know the band Five Finger Death Punch know they have their own “mascot” of sorts: Knucklehead.
The man some people call Maurice will release his new album, Bingo!, in June on his own Space Cowboy Records.
Virgin Records will release Saving Abel’s 'Miss America' on June 8, 2010, and they are thanking you! The follow-up to the band’s breakthrough debut has reached critical mass via strong support at radio, adds at key video channels, and a world tour that has been underway for three months. The lead single “Stupid Girl (Only In Hollywood)” is flying up the rock charts, currently bulleted at 19, while the accompanying video is in rotation on MTV2.
Sébastien Lefebvre (28) is a Québécois musician best known as the rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist for rock band Simple Plan. Sébastien has released his debut solo album You Are Here. Sébastien was inspired to make You Are Here purely by his love of writing and recording music. The EP could not sound more different from Sébastien’s previous work with Simple Plan.
In this 69 Eyes web exclusive, you get to go into the studio and see the band's massive guitar set-up. You also get to hear what Matt Hyde (producer of Back In Blood) thinks of the band, and how he tries to make this the band's most guitar driven album to date.
Buckcherry is a Grammy-nominated hard rock band from Los Angeles, California formed in 1995. The band released two albums, Buckcherry (1999) and Time Bomb (2001), before dissolving in the summer of 2002. In 2005, lead vocalist Josh Todd and lead guitarist Keith Nelson formed a new band using the Buckcherry moniker and released a new album on April 16, 2006.
In front of a capacity crowd, Guitar Center and Mötley Crüe tapped The Last Vegas from Chicago, IL, as the winner of Guitar Center On-Stage at the world famous Whisky A-Go-Go last night. Over the past eight weeks, bands across the United States submitted their music at makerockhistory.com. From close to 8000 submissions, 30 semi-finalists were selected, which were then narrowed down to the six top undiscovered bands in the country, with The Last Vegas prevailing as the one band chosen for the ultimate, career altering opportunity.
Movie TrailerThe music industry is changing rapidly. Record sales are down, artists are making less money and mediocrity holds sway. Yet there are more bands than ever before, more competition for success. More people seem to want to make music as a living. Most work years for little or no money, just to receive even the tiniest drop of success. Why is this?…