Lemmy Kilmister is slated to be immortalized with a statue that will reside at the late Motörhead frontman's favorite local drinking spot, the Rainbow Bar & Grill in Los Angeles. On Sunday, the bar announced that L.A.-area artist Travis Moore had been chosen to create a six-foot bronze likeness of the hard-rock legend, who died December 28 at the age of 70 from multiple health issues, including prostate cancer and congestive heart failure.
According to CaliforniaRockNews.com, the statue will be permanently housed in a shrine that currently is under construction at the Rainbow's patio bar area. Photos posted on the…
Coldplay and Beyonce have been frequent collaborators lately: the R&B star guests on the British band's song "Hymn for the Weekend," and they all performed together during Sunday night's Super Bowl halftime show. However, their artistic relationship wasn't always so smooth. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Coldplay's Chris Martin reveals that he once offered a song he wrote to Beyonce called "Hook Up," but she rejected it "in the sweetest possible way."
"She told me, 'I really like you -- but this is awful,'" Martin remembers.
Beyonce isn't the only artist to have turned down a collaboration with Martin…
Bullet for My Valentine has unveiled the video for this song "Worthless." Unlike the band's thematically connected videos for "You Want a Battle? (Here's a War)" and "Venom," the visual for "Worthless" is a straightforward performance video.
"The ['Worthless'] video itself is very direct, there's no narrative at all," says frontman Matt Tuck in a statement. "We wanted to keep it super simple and as we went really deep in narrative on 'Battle' and 'Venom' we thought it would be nice to keep it more performance based."
"Worthless," along with "Venom" and "You Want a Battle? (Here's a War)," is…
Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch is releasing a new book. Called With My Eyes Wide Open: Miracles and Mistakes on My Way Back to Korn, the memoir will hit bookshelves on May 17.
With My Eyes Wide Open details the eight years Welch spent away from Korn after he left the band in 2005, as well as his decision to rejoin the group in 2013.
Welch, a New York Times best-selling author, has previously written three books: 2007's Save Me from Myself, 2008's Washed by Blood and 2010's Stronger: Forty Days of Metal and Spirituality.
Korn, meanwhile, is currently working on…
Coldplay offered a flashback performance during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show Sunday night at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, dipping deep into their catalog while also paying homage to past performers who've graced the big stage at the big game -- with the help of Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.
Chris Martin and company teased their first hit, "Yellow," before launching into "Viva La Vida." Martin commanded a psychedelic stage while the fans in the seats held up yellow, blue and orange signs.
Martin said, "Wherever you are, we are in this together," before seguing into the sing-along "Oooooh"…
Imagine Dragons is flying into the mobile game world. The band has announced the release of Stage Rush: Imagine Dragons, an endless runner game that's available now for iOS and Android.
In the game, which was created by mobile game publisher Zig Zag Zoom, you can play as one of the four members of Imagine Dragons as you run through obstacle courses to the beat of the band's songs, including "Demons," "Radioactive" and "Shots."
Part of the proceeds from Stage Rush: Imagine Dragons will be donated to the band's childhood cancer charity, the Tyler Robinson Foundation.
"The ability to incorporate…
Shaman's Harvest will hit the road this spring on a headlining tour in support of their latest album, Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns. The trek kicks off March 17 in Omaha, Nebraska and will wrap up the end of April. Visit ShamansHarvest.com for ticket info.
Smokin' Hearts & Broken Guns, the fifth album from Shaman's Harvest, was released in 2014. It features the single "In Chains," plus a cover of Michael Jackson's "Dirty Diana." "In Chains" currently sits in the top 20 of Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart.
Here are Shaman's Harvest's tour dates:
3/17 -- Omaha, NE, Waiting Room3/18…
You won't miss the misery of your children refusing to go to sleep when you play them Lullaby Versions of Halestorm, the latest edition of baby-proofed rock songs from Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star.
Lullaby Versions of Halestorm features soothing, tinkly instrumentals of eight Halestorm songs, including "Apocalyptic," "Love Bites (So Do I)" and "I Miss the Misery," the latter of which you can listen to now on YouTube.
Halestorm will be playing the original, much louder versions of their songs on a North American headlining tour this spring, which begins April 1 in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Lullaby Versions of Halestorm…
3 Doors Down has released another track from their forthcoming album, Us and the Night. The latest offering is called "The Broken," and you can listen to it now on YouTube.
"The Broken" is the second song to be released from Us and the Night, following the lead single "In the Dark," which currently sits in the top 10 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart.
This spring, 3 Doors Down will be playing a variety of music festivals, including Welcome to Rockville, Fort Rock and Carolina Rebellion. The band also will embark on a headlining tour in support of Us…
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