Sin City, the rumors are true! Motley Crue announced that they will be performing a residency at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in February of 2012. For their sakes, we can only be grateful this didn’t happen 30 years ago, before they become more responsible adults.
Rob Halford of Judas Priest was kind enough to phone us up for an interview recently, and despite all the talk about the band’s current trek being the last major Priest tour, it’s obvious from the energy and passion the singer spoke with about their future plans that the “Metal Gods” aren’t going away anytime soon.
Black Sabbath 2012 tour dates that will find the recently reunited band touring the European festival circuit throughout May and June were released by the band today. This highly anticipated trek will kick off May 18 in Moscow, Russia, and wrap up June 24 in Milan, Italy.
Bruce Springsteen has announced on his official website that he and the E Street Band will be embarking on a 2012 world tour in support of a brand new album, ending months of feverish speculation by his fans.
Judas Priest led their faithful fans through a two hour and twenty minute tour of heavy metal’s history last night (Nov. 15) at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, performing songs from every era of their long and storied career in what we most certainly hope was not any kind of a farewell performance.
Black Sabbath‘s original lineup has officially announced that they will reunite in 2012, kicking off a world tour by headlining the Download Festival in England on June 10. That will be followed by more concerts and the fall release of the band’s first album together in 33 years.
Van Halen‘s ‘Hot for Teacher’ will be performed by the cast of ‘Glee‘ tomorrow night (Nov. 15), in yet another shocking and appalling example of popular television-on-classic rock crime. The song originally appeared on the band’s ’1984′ album, their last (so far) to feature original lead singer David Lee Roth.
More clips from Guns N’ Roses leader Axl Rose‘s upcoming interview on ‘That Metal Show’ have emerged. In one, the singer blames the band’s notoriously late concert start times on various daily mistakes, and also says their reputation for such behavior developed twenty years ago, partially as a result of problems with former guitarist Slash.
Kiss bassist Gene Simmons has revealed that producer Bob Ezrin is currently remixing the band’s legendary 1976 album ‘Destroyer’ for re-issue in “Deluxe Edition” form sometime in 2012, complete with unreleased tracks and re-instating the original label-rejected cover art as displayed above.
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