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Today's stories include Slash collaborating with Ace Frehley, Metallica's headlining set at Lollapalooza, and the latest charges against Phil Rudd
Metallica was one of three headliners at this year’s Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago. The other two were Florence + the Machine and some up-and-comer named Paul McCartney, so to say that they were charged with representing rock/metal is quite possibly the understatement of the year.
UPDATE 08/03/2015 4:50 PM - Slipknot posted the following statement to their Facebook page about the status of Alex "V-Man" Venturella's health: "After a medical emergency during last night's show, we are relieved to let everyone know that our bass player, Alex 'V-Man' Venturella, is well on the road to recovery. Alex collapsed mid-set after feeling unwell and…
UPDATE 08/03/2015 11:50 PM - Per The Seattle Times, King County Superior Court Judge Theresa Doyle threw out the lawsuit filed by Richard Lee requesting the release of photos from the death scene of Kurt Cobain. As to why the lawsuit was thrown out, Doyle cited that Lee didn't properly serve the lawsuit to the…
Today’s Show Includes: (:00) Sexy Ugly People, (:24) Expensive Properties, (:47) Danny Boyle In Studio , (1:13) Top Ten Movies That Douchebags Love, (1:34) Bizarre File, (1:42) The Honey Brothers, (2:08) The Honey Brothers Pt, (2:23) Bizarre File, (2:30) Hollywood Trash
On this day 28 years ago, Def Leppard released their smash Hysteria. The follow-up to 1983’s Pyromania solidified Leppard’s status as one of the greatest rock outfits of the 80s with six singles that cracked the Billboard Top 20, including the inescapable megahit “Pour Some Sugar on Me” and power ballad “Love Bites.”
Today is James Hetfield’s birthday. The legendary Metallica frontman has been quite busy these past few years, making stops at tons of major festivals. In honor of the rock god’s birthday, here are some of Hetfield and company’s best recent concert clips.