Give Mr. Bungle some love, Munky says.
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...and how I fixed it.
Tone City's Golden Plexi vs. the Vemuram Karen.
"I am discussing it. It's just hard to get a crew, etc," the frontman explains.
It would seem that Michael is a Led Zeppelin fan.
"That was his dream, that the sky, and the way the water looked the way it did," the singer explains.
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A whole octave up compared to their regular tuning, that is.
"Apparently, they thought we were not gonna be annoying at all," Synyster Gates says.
As you may or may not know, Alex left in '92, played fusion for over a decade, came back on '05.
"Seriously, dude, I don't care if you say I'm not allowed to pick The Beatles again."
As always, gross earnings only.
That level of fan connection can be a double-edged sword, the bassist explains.
Dire Straits classic in the style of Slash, Iron Maiden, Van Halen and more.
Drummer praises Jane's Addiction and their "Pigs in Zen" tune.
While performing their hit "Closer," the DJ duo segued into a brief mashup of Smash Mouth's 1999 hit "All Star.
Guitarist Elliott Gruenberg has dismissed the idea of asking fans to make donations to help replace the stolen items.
According to the glam band's drummer Rikki Rockett...
Frontman gives a rare politics-related comment.
The boys are very special, Slipknot singer says.
"If you'd asked me three years ago, I would have given a different answer," the guitarist says.
Featuring Steve Vai, Reb Beach, Steve Vai, and more.
Negură Bunget were set to begin a North American tour in celebration of their 20th anniversary as a band...
Playing guitar, bass, drums and keyboards.
Guitarist seeking $200 million for a major aliens-related project, compares it to "Star Wars."
The chapel seats 30 people and the information on the burial date remains uncertain.
They have plans to film a music video for an unspecified track
Sir John was looking for Tech N9ne.
Meet Phil, the Nameless Ghoul…
Technically a lyric video, though it also features the band jamming the track...
For the promoter over a tickets refund issue for fans that were said to be unhappy about the change in singers.
They're called Reformed.
"Nobody knows where or how Chuck got inspired to play like that. It's as if he must have tuned in to an alien," Queen legend says.
"He's just very... pushy," singer Anthony Kiedis says.
"I didn't want to spoil how much I like making music by forcing myself into making it work," the guitarist says.
"They were so cool that we would step down from being a headliner to support this group," Dave Mustaine said.
A humbucker-loaded Tele vs. Les Paul...
The band will embark on a final UK tour this May.
"... then they'd turn to me and say, 'Who the hell are you?'"
It's called the "bouncing" technique.
"If the songs are great, that should be all that matters," the singer says.
"It's almost like they went to school to study metal," frontman Joe Duplantier says.
Singer says "American Metalhead" can go right next to "Youth Gone Wild" during live shows.
The one with a nun threesome in the front.
Frontman says the classic tune was originally a personal thing he made just for himself.
As reported, the drummer announced working on first prog metal project since the Dream Theater days.
Musician also names non-musical item he couldn't live without on tour.
Not how to match his tone, not how to learn his licks, but how to utilize the tricks that make the essence of John's style.
The drummer says he actually wishes he wrote "The Air That I Breathe."
It celebrated tattooing, cars and music and was one hell of a weekend with bands like NOFX, the Used and Goldfinger playing the festival.