Southern California metallers WINDS OF PLAGUE have completed work on their fourth album for a late 2013 release via Century Media Records.
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Former and current members of JUDAS PRIEST, ALICE COOPER, OZZY OSBOURNE and SCORPIONS are currently taking part in a week-long tour of Russia where they are playing classic songs from their respective bands under the banner ROCKSTAR.
David Ellefson (MEGADETH) conducted an interview with legendary rocker Alice Cooper backstage at the fifth annual Revolver Golden Gods awards on May 2 at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles, California.
Metalzone Podcast recently conducted an interview with keyboardist Coen Janssen of Dutch symphonic metallers EPICA.
Omar Mena conducted an interview with vocalist Greg Puciato of the New Jersey-based "mathcore" act THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN before the band's May 23 concert at Tricky Falls in El Paso, Texas.
According to The Metal Den, the Rock Legend Wax Museum in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada has honored "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott by unveiling a life-sized wax figure of the late PANTERA and DAMAGEPLAN guitarist.
BLACK SABBATH singer Ozzy Osbourne is doing "incredibly well" after relapsing into drug and alcohol abuse for 18 months, according to his wife and manager, Sharon.
Amanda Ferrante Batista of The Aquarian Weekly recently conducted an interview with KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch.
Matt Bahan of the 105.7 The X Rocks radio station conducted an interview with STONE SOUR and SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor before STONE SOUR's appearance at the 105.7 the X Tececig Spring Fling on Thursday, May 16 at Peoria Civic Center in Peoria, Illinois.
"Why Should We Say Goodbye?", the new video from the Brazilian female-fronted progressive power metal band VANDROYA, can be seen below.
The cover artwork for "Vincent Price", the new single from DEEP PURPLE, can be seen below.
Hal Leonard has just released the official note-for-note guitar tab book for "Awakened", the sixth album from San Diego metallers AS I LAY DYING.
Transgender singer Mina Caputo — once known as Keith Caputo, the front-person for the popular rock band LIFE OF AGONY — recently spoke to Artisan News about transitioning from her former self and creating her first album as a female, "As Much Truth as One Can Bear", while having the support of artists like Amanda Palmer and former AGAINST ME! singer Mary Jane Grace.
The QUEENSRŸCHE "Icon" compilation was made available on May 14 via Capitol.