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Former MÖTLEY CRÜE and current THE DEAD DAISIES frontman John Corabi has paid tribute to Chris Cornell, saying that he was "disturbed" by the loss of "such a fuckin' talent." Asked by Australia's Music Feeds how he reacted when he found out about the SOUNDGARDEN singer's passing, Corabi said: "It was so weird. I was actually out of touch for a few days — I'd just bought my own little tour bus to travel in with my solo band and to go on little weekend getaways with my wife. And so we've been kinda hanging out here in Nashville...

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Kristyn Clark of Pop Culture Madness conducted an interview with guitarist Björn Gelotte of Swedish metallers IN FLAMES at this year's Rock On The Range festival in Columbus, Ohio. You can now watch the chat below. Speaking about IN FLAMES' experimental approach to songwriting and making albums, Björn said: "We get a bit of flak for that, not doing the same album over and over, but it's never been our thing. It's not what we wanna do. We wanna create music that we think is sort of missing out there or that feels challenging, fun,...

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Watch FOZZY Perform New Single ‘Judas’ At RIVER CITY ROCKFEST
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Fan-filmed video footage of FOZZY performing its new single, "Judas", on May 27 at the River City Rockfest at AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas can be seen below. "Judas" is the title track of FOZZY's new album, which will be released in September via Century Media. FOZZY frontman Chris Jericho told "The Front Row Report" about what fans can expect from the new disc: "It's definitely the next step. It's an extension. It's more of an evolving FOZZY. We really put a lot of stock in bands like U2 and GUNS N' ROSES and METALLICA, and I think...

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MINISTRY Performs New Song ‘Antifa’ At ‘Blackest Of The Black’ Festival (Video)
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Industrial metal veterans MINISTRY debuted a new song called "Antifa" during their May 27 appearance at this year's edition of the "Blackest Of The Black" festival, which took place May 26-27 at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, California. Fan-filmed...

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FOREIGNER, the band behind these and other classic and iconic songs, is turning forty this year and celebrating with a Canadian tour, fortieth-anniversary album, and new musical, "Juke Box Hero", premiering in Alberta sometime in 2018. FOREIGNER's ten-city Canadian tour is set to launch in Calgary, Alberta on October 11 and trek across Western Canada as the band — Mick Jones (lead guitar), Kelly Hansen (lead vocals), Jeff Pilson (bass, vocals), Tom Gimbel (rhythm guitar, sax, vocals), Michael Bluestein (keyboards), Bruce Watson...

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