Funko to Release a New POP! Rocks Vinyl Figure of Ozzy Osbourne from The Late Eighties


Funko, the global sensation of popular vinyl collectible toys company will soon release a new POP! Rocks! Vinyl Collectable figure of recent Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Heavy Metal singer for Black Sabbath, and solo artist – Ozzy Osbourne! The latest Ozzy figure, styled from 1989, joins the list of other artists who have gotten the Pop! Rocks treatment includes Slipknot, N.W.A., Kiss, Iron Maiden, Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, AC/DC, Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Prince, Rob Zombie, FFDP, Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Green Day, PanterA, Dee Snider, Frank Zappa, Judas Priest, a set of the guys in Twizted, Glow in The Dark Iron Maiden figures, and many more. The Funko brand, which sells other figures and licensed merchandise, went public with an IPO in 2018.

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Riot Fest 2024 Books Fall Out Boy, Beck, Slayer, Pavement, St. Vincent, NOFX, Rob Zombie, Bright Eyes, Sublime, The Offspring, GWAR, Dr. Dog, Mastodon, Suicidal Tendencies, Laura Jane Grace, and More


Riot Fest, the iconic annual punk rock and alternative music festival, is excited to announce its 2024 lineup, along with the introduction of an innovative new world, and a venue change, now with parking! This year’s festival will take place at SeatGeek Stadium in Bridgeview, Illinois, from September 20-22nd, featuring 90+ bands over 3-days, and will feature RiotLand, an immersive “Choose Your Own Adventure” world that promises to elevate the festival experience to new heights.Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: Little Miss Nasty – Whitney Peyton – The Risqué Renegades Live at The Wild Buffalo


Before you read another word, please remember that these shows need to be seen in person. As much as I love video, it will never capture the intensity or entirety of an event. The experience is immeasurable and necessary.Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Ministry – HOPIUMFORTHEMASSES


Ministry’s long career began back in 1981 and has seen many different incarnations over the proceeding 43 years with the one constant of producer/singer/multi-instrumentalist Al Jourgensen steering the ship throughout. It’s fair to say the band have had to navigate some severely choppy waters over the decades, with a revolving door style policy of other personnel joining the larger-than-life frontman in his lifelong musical pursuit, and with various controversies never too far away.Continue reading


CONCERT REVIEW: John 5 – Sticks N’ Stones Live at The Gramercy Theatre


The artist known as John-5 has had an impressive career playing behind David Lee Roth, Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, and most recently has become a permanent member of Mötley Crüe. He didn’t find himself playing in these positions because he could support anyone but because he is an amazing guitar player in his own right. Versatile is the word that best describes his style and his true talent lies in his ability to switch to any style needed, a musical chameleon if you will. Continue reading


Alice Cooper Relaunches His “Nights With Alice Cooper” Radio Show Under New Name


Rock icon, Alice Cooper, has relaunched his long-running radio show under the name Alice’s Attic, now to be syndicated via Superadio. The show airs for five hours Monday through Thursday, with reconfigured shows on weekends. Additionally, Cooper will return to the road in the U.S. for another summer trek with Rob Zombie. Head into the article below for more.

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Rob Zombie Bassist Matt “Piggy D” Montgomery Leaves The Band After 18 Years, Blasko Returns


After 18 year, Piggy D, also known as Matt Montgomery and Count D, the long-time bassist for Rob Zombie and has parted ways with the band, as announced via his private Instagram page. The unexpected revelation comes on day after Rob Zombie unveiled a joint co-headlining tour with Alice Cooper featuring Ministry and Filter as direct support. Piggy D also has a due with his partner Ash Costello of New Years Day and is also the host of Gibson Guitars TV Metal & Monsters series. Piggy is the second departure from Zombie’s band in a year following John 5 officially joining Motley Crue. Returning to Rob Zombie’s band of Rob “Blasko” Nicholson, music manager, entrepreneur and also a bassist for Zakk Sabbath and Ozzy Osbourne. Blasko left Zombie to join Ozzy in 2022. Continue reading


Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper Book The “Freaks On Parade” 2024 Tour With Special Guests Ministry and Filter


Rock legends Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper have announced the continuation of “Freaks On Parade” with special guests Ministry and Filter for the 2024 summer tour. Produced by Live Nation, the 21-city run begins on Tuesday, August 20 in Albuquerque, New Mexico at Isleta Amphitheater, with stops throughout North America including Saint Paul, Milwaukee, Boston and Austin, before wrapping up on Wednesday, September 18 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. Tickets will be available starting with Citi and artist presales beginning Tuesday, January 30. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale beginning Friday, February 2 at 10 a.m. local time at the link below. Continue reading


Sharon Osbourne Doesn’t Rule Out a Return for Ozzfest as a Touring Festival, Still Blames Greedy Bands and Managers For its Hiatus


In the latest episode of The Osbournes Podcast, with Ozzy, Sharon, Jack and Kelly Osbourne, have released the seventeenth episode of their revived podcast. Among a plethora of topics, Ozzy asked Sharon if she would ever consider putting on another edition of the Ozzfest specifically as a traveling festival and not a one-off event. The last official Ozzfest event was on New Year’s Eve 2018 in Los Angeles at The forum and featured Ozzy, Rob Zombie, Body Count featuring Ice T, DevilDriver, Jonathan Davis of Korn, Wednesday 13, Zakk Sabbath, and more. Sharon commented:Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Dominum – Hey Living People


Right from the moment a certain band from Birmingham adopted the title of a 1963 Boris Karloff movie as their name, metal has gone hand in hand with horror.Continue reading