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The boys rocked some classic Van Halen.
It happened on his mom's birthday and he learned a valuable lesson from it.
...without even being aware of it.
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Legendary singer spent two days in a hospital.
"Up to two artist signature models will be announced every month throughout 2017 and into early 2018," the company stated.
"Almost half of Guitar Center's $1.3 billion of outstanding debt is due within two years," Bloomberg reports.
"What felt as the most right thing to do was Troy and Brent to scream shit," drummer Brann Dailor explains.
Frontman tackles the grunge legends.
Stevie defends the infamous "music business."
"Quite a few of these are inspired by Eddie Van Halen."
The Boss made an unexpected appearance on stage during the event at the Asbury Park Music and Film Festival.
Never as in "make records 'til we fall over."
The band seemingly want fans to head to cinemas.
"I have a very good relationship with John Petrucci and Jordan Rudess," the drummer says.
"You're born with that, like my third testicle," bassist Mike Inez says.
"We live in heavy metal, it's our lives, so what would I do with metal in my spare time?", the guitarist asks.
Magazine featuring "25 Hottest Chicks In Hard Rock" in April/May issue.
Lars said hell yea, James said hell no.
"To be elitist about your genre is closed-minded and mad," frontman Mike Kerr says.
Ghost was never a band but a project led by one person, Tobias Forge explains.
"It's certainly something I'm always aware of when I'm on tour, and I tend to stress out about it more than I should," the singer says.
"His presence is there and the spirit of what he does is always there 'cause of his guitar solos," the bassist says.
"The little devil on my shoulder said, 'Shoot him. What a great story. Don't kill him, just shoot him.'"
It is taken from their debut album, "The Cold Sun."
"I want to start a side-project like Corey Taylor has with Stone Sour or Maynard has with A Perfect Circle."
"They remind me of what I used to do with Dream Theater, but a modern-day version," the drummer says.
"There's a lot of bands out there, a lot of music, and a lot of it sounds similar," Metallica guitarist says.
Musician says he's switching focus to new band Villain.
The track is taken from their upcoming debut album, "Tactical Chunder."
Virginia Grohl remembers ending up on tour bus with Gov't Mule.
It's the first single from their first album in 3 years.
The film, titled "The American Epic Sessions," features Beck, Nas, Elton John, Alabama Shakes, Willie Nelson, the late Merle Haggard, and more.
In addition to playing in the band, Tolley was a member of the New York City Fire Department and the local CBS affiliate reports that he fell from the roof of a multi-family home while fighting a fire.
"We have three distinct voices, so we kind of let the music dictate on who fits where," the musician says.
"There's a lot of left-handed players that play right-handed," the musician says.
"I actually had to take a pay cut to join System," the musician explains.
"I think that kinda happens on a daily basis now," Dream Theater guitarist says.
"No loops, overlays, or backtracks!"
"Stop criticizing yourself and get on with the job," the guitarist says.
Guitarist also reveals an older Metallica song he'd like to record a video for now.