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According to Goss.ie, Irish BLACK SABBATH fans will have to pay €1,358.65 (approximately $1,523.25) for a meet-and-greet with the British heavy metal legends when the band plays in Dublin next January as part of their "The End" farewell tour. "VIP packages" for the event include the chance to meet Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Ozzy Osbourne, a concert ticket, personal photo op, access to the soundcheck, drinks reception, collectible official tour VIP gift item and commemorative VIP laminate. However, "due to time restrictions, the...

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RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS' "Dark Necessities" is the No. 1 song on both the BDS and Mediabase Alternative charts, extending their record for the artist with the most No. 1 singles in Modern Rock chart history with 13 total. To date, the band has spent 86...

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Niclas Müller-Hansen of RockSverige.se recently conducted an interview with SHINEDOWN guitarist Zach Myers. An excerpt from the chat follows below. RockSverige.se: Where do you see SHINEDOWN ten years from now, with the music industry being what it is? Zach: I feel like we've gone through a couple of the music changes. I feel like we've already kinda surfed through those waves. It's weird. That question is something I think a lot more about now that I have a child. You have these visions when you're in a band and when you're a father....

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Monday, 01 August 2016
SLIPKNOT’s COREY TAYLOR Discusses His Emergency Spinal Surgery: ‘I’ve Had To Reassess What I Do Live’
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SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor spoke to Revolver magazine about the emergency spinal surgery he was forced to undergo in early June, when it was discovered in the course of a routine physical that he had been walking around for years with a broken neck. "I was describing these symptoms that I was having to my doctor," he recalled. "I was losing strength on my right side, my balance was screwed. Seriously, the last two or three years have been weird for me, physically. But you get to a certain point where you think it's just because you're...

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On July 16, Brock of the Rock 107 WIRX radio station conducted an interview with KORN guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer at the Chicago Open Air festival at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois. You can now listen to the chat in two parts below. Asked how KORN manages to stay inspired to make new music twelve albums into its career, Munky said: "The inspiration for us is a constant stream of creative… wherever we pull it from. It may or may not be good at the time, but that's for us to decide later, I guess. "We compiled a lot of...

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