Halestorm are giving fans plenty of chances to catch them live, but if you somehow still haven’t seen the band and wonder if they can deliver the goods, then you need to check out their new ‘Apocalyptic’ video. Lzzy Hale, Arejay Hale, Joe Hottinger and Josh Smith deliver a blistering performance of the track as the cameras circle the foursome throughout their take on the new single ‘Apocalyptic.’ In addition, there are cut away shots of Lzzy Hale posing against a backdrop of Halestorm touring cases. ‘Apocalyptic’ will be a fine addition to the band’s live arsenal and a solid introduction to their ‘Into the Wild Life‘ album. The disc is due April 7 and pre-orders for the album in a variety of bundle options. Meanwhile, you can catch Halestorm winding down their touring with country superstar Eric Church, followed by a spring trek with The Pretty Reckless on the horizon. Check out their Ohio stop at Rock On The Range 2015 in May at Crew Stadium!
Rob Zombie has finished mixing his new solo album with producer Chris "Zeuss" Harris. In a new tweet, Zombie said about the disc: "[it's my] best album yet. No joke." Music photographer Rob Fenn, who heard one of Zombie's new songs, called the track "unfucking REAL!!!!"
Rob Zombie recently said that "every song" on new studio album "seems different and exciting" and he "cannot wait to play" the material live once the CD is released later this year.
Marilyn Manson wants to make sure you know one important fact — he and Courtney Love are on good terms. He also aims to inform the world that Love and himself have never done the no pants dance, though Courtney has expressed her dissatisfaction with the lack of coitus.
In a new interview with Esquire, Manson says despite what people may think, Love and himself “never really had a falling out.” Manson recently tweeted a picture with Love with the caption, “This is what prison rape looks like in my nightmares.” Love took the ribbing with good humor, tweeting back, “Nice to see you haven’t changed! #hilarious”.
“We’ve always been weird with each other,” Manson tells Esquire about his relationship with Love, “because she’s slept with pretty much every one of my friends, supposedly. Not me, though. She, one time, told me she was mad at me because I didn’t want to f–k her and I was smarter than her. I said, ‘Well, you kind of proved your own point right there on that one.’”
Though both Manson and Love scored roles on the recent final season of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ the two never appeared together. “We didn’t work any scenes together, but I saw her on the red carpet,” Manson describes. “Her dress broke, and I said, ‘You okay? Your p–sy didn’t show, did it?’ and she said, ‘No,’ and I went, “Thank God! That would’ve been horrible!” That was the only time I f—ed with her. Other than that, I’m cool with Courtney.”
As for Courtney’s very real feud with Foo Fighters / ex-Nirvana rocker Dave Grohl, the two famously mended fences during Nirvana’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Legal battles over Nirvana’s catalog got very ugly between the two, but with an onstage hug at the Rock Hall induction, the hatchet was buried.
Marilyn Manson just released his ninth studio album, ‘The Pale Emperor.’ To grab a copy of the record, head over to iTunes. Also, be sure to catch Manson’s 2015 ‘Hell Not Hallelujah’ tour.
Late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain remains one of modern rock’s most influential and admired figures even 20 years after his death. Cobain’s discography and captivating presence has led to a “cult of personality” that’s truly timeless, which has, for better or worse, led to the production of shirts pressed with the frontman’s suicide note.
There’s a fine line between art and exploitation. Judgement is up to the individual, but there’s no denying that for many, this just doesn’t feel right — perhaps similar to when Cobain’s private journals were published.
Through Etsy, tank tops and baseball tees printed with Cobain’s widely-publicized suicide note were being sold. The note takes up the entirety of the shirt’s front, obviously acting as its center of attention. After complaints were filed to Etsy, they removed the Cobain shirts from their popular Internet marketplace.
The shirts also became available via eBay for $25.19 from a seller called Nuchyk, but it seems like the shirts have since been removed from that site as well. However, it appears that 16 people had bought the suicide note tops.
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