It’s been over a decade since guitarist K.K. Downing parted ways with Midlands Metal pioneers Judas Priest, the highly publicised fallout causing seemingly irreparable damage between the two parties. However, every cloud has its silver lining and one positive thing to have come from this less than amicable parting of the ways is the emergence of KK’s Priest.
Punky Aussie rockers DZ Deathrays thrash back into action with another riff-laden assault on the world’s delicate senses, a sixth studio album not short on forceful intent, lip-curled confidence, and “in-your-face” braggadocio.
In a new interview with Zane Lowe of Apple Music for his podcast, Marilyn Manson runs through his ‘At Home With’ playlist and chats about many topics with the great radio host. He discussed past encounters with David Bowie, Nicolas Cage, Noel, and Liam Gallagher of OASIS, and Rick Ross, the controversial nature of his songs, pursuing other art forms in the absence of live shows, the difference between Marilyn Manson and Brian Warner, and more. Manson’s acclaimed new Shooter Jennings-produced album, We Are Chaos (review here) is out now from Loma Vista Recordings.
Liam Gallagher shared a Tweet last night that teased a reunion of his famed band Oasis. Initially, he said that he was planning to end his solo career after his upcoming third solo album. Most stunning was his claim that his brother Noel has been begging him to reunite Oasis! Oasis has been broken up since 2009 and the brothers famously feuded over the years. 2020 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the bands’ breakthrough second album (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?Continue reading →
Manchester Arena hosted the Ariana Grande concert back in May that was struck by a horrific terror attack that killed 22 people and injured 250 others. Last night Metallica played the reopened venue, and like many acts since the tragedy, they wanted to pay tribute to the victims. Since the attack, Oasis‘ “Don’t Look Back in Anger” has become a rallying cry for the Manchester people, and during their instrumental jam, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo performed the track, which led to an amazing sing along with the crowd. Continue reading →