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WOLFMOTHER’s ANDREW STOCKDALE Says His New Solo Album ‘Slipstream’ Is About ‘Positive Energy’ And ‘Good Vibrations’

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Following WOLFMOTHER‘s performance at the Foamhenge 2018 festival in Houston, Texas on November 4, vocalist/guitarist Andrew Stockdale spoke with Front Row Joe of That Just Happened. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET).

On his recently released second solo album, “Slipstream”:

Andrew: “I travel the world a lot, and when I put out a new record while I’m flying, if it makes me feel good, then I know it’s a good record. If it makes me feel anxious, I’m, like, ‘There’s a weird vibe. There’s weird mojo.’ This one, I can listen to back-to-back, again and again. That’s what I search for — good energy. If you ask what it’s about, it’s about positive energy, good vibrations, all that kind of stuff, because I think that’s what they’ve scientifically proven what life is about — these frequencies that vibrate and make us who we are. That’s what a rock show is, isn’t it? You’ve got strings and a piece of wood, and that’s what people react to — unless it’s a laptop playing whatever. That’s what it’s about — just trying to get the good vibe… Stream of consciousness has always been my thing since the get-go, like with ‘Woman’ and ‘Joker’. All those songs, I just make it up on the spot. ‘Slipstream’, I [made] it up on the spot.”

On writing “Slipstream” in Australia before recording the album in Los Angeles:

Andrew: “I have a 12-year-old daughter who goes to school, so I’d drop her off at school [and] go to the studio from 10 until 3. I just made a routine of doing that every day, five days a week, for about a month. I just recorded all those songs. [I] did most of it myself for about a month… Once I had about 10 songs, I was like, ‘We need to go to L.A. We need to sprinkle the magic sauce on top of this thing,’ because L.A. brings out a bit of a sparkle to the records. I went into Henson [Recording Studios]… It’s an inspiring place. I just wanted to hear it on the big speakers in a Hollywood studio to hear if it would cut the mustard, so to speak. We put it on the big speakers and were, like, ‘Yeah, we’ve done a good job. This is cool.’ It sounded great.”

On how it felt to perform LED ZEPPELIN‘s “Communication Breakdown” in front of Jimmy Page during the band’s 2006 induction into the UK Music Hall Of Fame:

Andrew: “You just do it. The funny thing is, we soundchecked that about five, six times, and my monitors didn’t work during the actual performance. I was singing that high, and there was no monitors. I was really just trying to hit the notes the best I could. The other thing that happened that night which was pretty amazing was James Brown inducted himself into the Hall Of Fame, and we went on stage after James Brown, and he turned around and looked at us and I just bowed. Then he bowed back, and then we went on stage. It’s kind of amazing for me because one of my first shows was James Brown in Brisbane, and I pretended to be a photographer. I called the [venue] and I put on this English accent and I was, like, ‘Hey, sir.’ I made up some name — ‘Bruce Dickinsons from Rolling Stone magazine. Just got into Brisbane. Here to photograph James. I would like a photo pass. Can you please arrange that?’ I was, like, 17 years old, and I put on this Cockney accent, and it worked — I was in the front row photographing James Brown.”

On his future plans:

Andrew: “I’ve got five more songs sort of visualized. I always feel like one record leads to the next – you get those songs out of your system and you’re ready for the next one. I’ve got the next one ready, and I also started writing a rock opera. [Laughs] It was called ‘The Power Of The Denim Vest’. It was a guy who was an unemployed gamer who worked at a call center, got the sack and wanted to go to Donington festival, couldn’t afford a ticket so he decided to become a roadie. It’s based in England, and he went to London and roadied for WOLFMOTHER. [Laughs] Then he picked up the denim vest, put the denim vest on and then, all of a sudden, all these riffs started flowing out. Then there was some dilemma… then his girlfriend who dumped in invited him to Ibiza and wanted him to do an electronic remix with Calvin Harris, so he had an existential crisis about the power of the denim vest with this amazing riff, or if he should remix it with Calvin Harris to become commercially viable. That’s as far as I’ve gotten with the rock musical. [Laughs]”

“Slipstream” was released on September 14. Stockdale previously described the album as “me with a guitar and a hard drive visiting different players and different studios and putting together a body of work which I found really exciting.”

A music video for the album’s title track, which was directed by Tyler Atkins, can be seen below.

WOLFMOTHER‘s latest album, “Victorious”, was released in 2016. Produced by Brendan O’Brien (AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen, PEARL JAM), the record cracked the Top 20 in Germany, Holland and the band’s native country of Australia.

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VIO-LENCE + EXODUS Guitarist GARY HOLT: Multi-Camera Video Of 'A Lesson In Violence' Performance In Oakland

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[post_excerpt] => San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE were joined by Gary Holt (EXODUS, SLAYER) on stage on April 14 at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California for a performance of the EXODUS classic "A Lesson In Violence". Multi-camera video footage of his appearance can be seen below (courtesy of Capital Chaos TV). The concert took place one day after VIO-LENCE's first comeback show at the Oakland Metro. The VIO-LENCE lineup that appeared in Oakland consisted of guitarist Phil Demmel, vocalist Sean Killian, bassist Deen Dell, drummer Perry Strickland and guitarist Ray Vegas. VIO-LENCE has several more concerts scheduled for the coming months, including a European appearance at the Alcatraz Hard Rock & Metal Festival in Kortrijk, Belgium; shows with SACRED REICH in Los Angeles and Phoenix; and two gigs in Brooklyn, New York. Although current MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn was part of VIO-LENCE's classic incarnation and played on the band's debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", he wasn't contacted about doing the comeback shows. Demmel landed in MACHINE HEAD in 2003, about a decade after original the breakup of VIO-LENCE. He left MACHINE HEAD at the end of the band's fall 2018 North American tour, explaining in a statement that it was "simply time" for him "to step away and do something else musically." Asked about the possibility of more VIO-LENCE shows and new music after the currently scheduled performances, Demmel told Decibel: "There's no tour involved. There's guys in the band that work and have families and need to be at home, so we'll assess all of that and see who can do what. I think we just need to get through these first shows and prove to ourselves that we can do it and also prove to everybody else, see if we have a product and if the quality is there and if we're able to pull it off. Not closing the door on anything." He continued: "I really never thought that this would happen, you know? I've had some peers say, 'Hey, you should do some VIO-LENCE shows. We'll get some other dudes to sing.' And first of all, I never thought anybody really cared outside the Bay Area outside the band anyways. It's pretty awesome. The outpouring of support and everything, we'll see. People, if they wanna see it, then we'll see." Demmel also had kind words for Killian, who underwent a successful liver transplant surgery in March 2018. The year before, Killian was diagnosed with stage four liver cirrhosis, which was caused in part by a genetic condition called hemochromatosis. "We couldn't do VIO-LENCE without Sean," Demmel said. "There's no VIO-LENCE without Sean Killian. He's the one ingredient that needs to be there. "I am very, very happy that my friend is healthy, first and foremost, and getting to jam with him again, that's just a plus," he added. "I am hoping that everybody will enjoy this gift of — he had a liver transplant, the dude was on death's door and here he is, wanting to play. It's not just, like, wanting to get up and sing 'Green Manalishi' with your high school buddies. This fucking VIO-LENCE set, man, is not easy to fucking get through, especially to sing it. I'm proud of him and I'm proud to be his friend and I'm proud to be in this band again."
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Array ( [post_title] => VIO-LENCE + EXODUS Guitarist GARY HOLT: Multi-Camera Video Of 'A Lesson In Violence' Performance In Oakland [post_content] => San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE were joined by Gary Holt (EXODUS, SLAYER) on stage on April 14 at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California for a performance of the EXODUS classic "A Lesson In Violence". Multi-camera video footage of his appearance can be seen below (courtesy of Capital Chaos TV). The concert took place one day after VIO-LENCE's first comeback show at the Oakland Metro. The VIO-LENCE lineup that appeared in Oakland consisted of guitarist Phil Demmel, vocalist Sean Killian, bassist Deen Dell, drummer Perry Strickland and guitarist Ray Vegas. VIO-LENCE has several more concerts scheduled for the coming months, including a European appearance at the Alcatraz Hard Rock & Metal Festival in Kortrijk, Belgium; shows with SACRED REICH in Los Angeles and Phoenix; and two gigs in Brooklyn, New York. Although current MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn was part of VIO-LENCE's classic incarnation and played on the band's debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", he wasn't contacted about doing the comeback shows. Demmel landed in MACHINE HEAD in 2003, about a decade after original the breakup of VIO-LENCE. He left MACHINE HEAD at the end of the band's fall 2018 North American tour, explaining in a statement that it was "simply time" for him "to step away and do something else musically." Asked about the possibility of more VIO-LENCE shows and new music after the currently scheduled performances, Demmel told Decibel: "There's no tour involved. There's guys in the band that work and have families and need to be at home, so we'll assess all of that and see who can do what. I think we just need to get through these first shows and prove to ourselves that we can do it and also prove to everybody else, see if we have a product and if the quality is there and if we're able to pull it off. Not closing the door on anything." He continued: "I really never thought that this would happen, you know? I've had some peers say, 'Hey, you should do some VIO-LENCE shows. We'll get some other dudes to sing.' And first of all, I never thought anybody really cared outside the Bay Area outside the band anyways. It's pretty awesome. The outpouring of support and everything, we'll see. People, if they wanna see it, then we'll see." Demmel also had kind words for Killian, who underwent a successful liver transplant surgery in March 2018. The year before, Killian was diagnosed with stage four liver cirrhosis, which was caused in part by a genetic condition called hemochromatosis. "We couldn't do VIO-LENCE without Sean," Demmel said. "There's no VIO-LENCE without Sean Killian. He's the one ingredient that needs to be there. "I am very, very happy that my friend is healthy, first and foremost, and getting to jam with him again, that's just a plus," he added. "I am hoping that everybody will enjoy this gift of — he had a liver transplant, the dude was on death's door and here he is, wanting to play. It's not just, like, wanting to get up and sing 'Green Manalishi' with your high school buddies. This fucking VIO-LENCE set, man, is not easy to fucking get through, especially to sing it. I'm proud of him and I'm proud to be his friend and I'm proud to be in this band again."

[post_excerpt] => San Francisco Bay Area thrashers VIO-LENCE were joined by Gary Holt (EXODUS, SLAYER) on stage on April 14 at the Oakland Metro in Oakland, California for a performance of the EXODUS classic "A Lesson In Violence". Multi-camera video footage of his appearance can be seen below (courtesy of Capital Chaos TV). The concert took place one day after VIO-LENCE's first comeback show at the Oakland Metro. The VIO-LENCE lineup that appeared in Oakland consisted of guitarist Phil Demmel, vocalist Sean Killian, bassist Deen Dell, drummer Perry Strickland and guitarist Ray Vegas. VIO-LENCE has several more concerts scheduled for the coming months, including a European appearance at the Alcatraz Hard Rock & Metal Festival in Kortrijk, Belgium; shows with SACRED REICH in Los Angeles and Phoenix; and two gigs in Brooklyn, New York. Although current MACHINE HEAD frontman Robb Flynn was part of VIO-LENCE's classic incarnation and played on the band's debut album, "Eternal Nightmare", he wasn't contacted about doing the comeback shows. Demmel landed in MACHINE HEAD in 2003, about a decade after original the breakup of VIO-LENCE. He left MACHINE HEAD at the end of the band's fall 2018 North American tour, explaining in a statement that it was "simply time" for him "to step away and do something else musically." Asked about the possibility of more VIO-LENCE shows and new music after the currently scheduled performances, Demmel told Decibel: "There's no tour involved. There's guys in the band that work and have families and need to be at home, so we'll assess all of that and see who can do what. I think we just need to get through these first shows and prove to ourselves that we can do it and also prove to everybody else, see if we have a product and if the quality is there and if we're able to pull it off. Not closing the door on anything." He continued: "I really never thought that this would happen, you know? I've had some peers say, 'Hey, you should do some VIO-LENCE shows. We'll get some other dudes to sing.' And first of all, I never thought anybody really cared outside the Bay Area outside the band anyways. It's pretty awesome. The outpouring of support and everything, we'll see. People, if they wanna see it, then we'll see." Demmel also had kind words for Killian, who underwent a successful liver transplant surgery in March 2018. The year before, Killian was diagnosed with stage four liver cirrhosis, which was caused in part by a genetic condition called hemochromatosis. "We couldn't do VIO-LENCE without Sean," Demmel said. "There's no VIO-LENCE without Sean Killian. He's the one ingredient that needs to be there. "I am very, very happy that my friend is healthy, first and foremost, and getting to jam with him again, that's just a plus," he added. "I am hoping that everybody will enjoy this gift of — he had a liver transplant, the dude was on death's door and here he is, wanting to play. It's not just, like, wanting to get up and sing 'Green Manalishi' with your high school buddies. This fucking VIO-LENCE set, man, is not easy to fucking get through, especially to sing it. I'm proud of him and I'm proud to be his friend and I'm proud to be in this band again."
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VINNIE VINCENT Says He Got A 'Cold Reception' At GENE SIMMONS's 'Vault' Event: 'I Was Treated Very Indifferently'

Array ( [post_title] => VINNIE VINCENT Says He Got A 'Cold Reception' At GENE SIMMONS's 'Vault' Event: 'I Was Treated Very Indifferently' [post_content] => Vinnie Vincent says that he got a "cold reception" when he joined his former bandmate Gene Simmons a year ago at the KISS bassist/vocalist's "Vault" event in Nashville, Tennessee. The ex-KISS guitarist, who famously filed multiple lawsuits against his former bandmates, alleging unpaid songwriting royalties, spoke about the experience of seeing Simmons again during a brand new interview with "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon". Vinnie said (hear audio below): "I almost didn't do his 'Vault', because… When you're driving, you think… And the thing that kept coming into my mind was, 'It's the first time I'm seeing this guy after being run over by his bus.' "It's easy to run over somebody when you can just keep forking hundreds of thousands of dollars into attorneys, to your law firm, and say, 'Hey, destroy Vinnie. Here's another hundred and fifty thousand, here's another five hundred thousand. I want you to destroy Vinnie,'" he continued. "It's very easy and it's also really cute to say, 'Hey, here's Vinnie filing his hundred and fiftieth lawsuit, another three hundredth lawsuit. Ha! Ha!' Very funny. Very fucking funny. Not funny to me. And yeah, these were different lawsuits for different causes of action. "When you have money, you buy justice," he added. "And you may not even buy justice — you buy a win or you buy a lose. Mostly people with that kind of money do not lose, because judges are pretty much on the same… they're not on the wavelength of justice. It's good old boy game." According to Vincent, he began having second thoughts about seeing Gene again while he was driving to the "Vault" event. "These were all detrimental reasons that were starting to reverse my decision to show up at his 'Vault'," Vinnie said. "So I actually pulled over for a while. And I was late showing up, but I pulled over, and I said, 'Look, for all the reasons, for all the right reasons, for all the natural reasons that you have for not going, you should not go.' Then I had to make that choice and say, 'But you made a promise and he's expecting you there.' And if you're gonna try to put behind you anything and try to bury this — which is very difficult. It's like someone murdering your child and you're gonna try to face that person again and shake their hand, which is near impossible. I'm not built that well where I can shake someone's hands for doing that. But it was a moment where I had to make a quick decision, and I said, 'Okay. I'm going. We'll see what happens.' So I did show up. And, to be honest with you, I went there with a smile. I went there to support his show. And I felt that it was a cold reception and I was treated very indifferently. And driving home, I thought, 'Now, why did you just do this?' But it's documented. It's there. There were some funny moments, and I tried to keep it… Nobody needs to know what really happened. But we took some pictures, we talked a little bit. [It was] superficial, very indifferent, very cold, nothing warm. And I thought, 'Hmmm. Okay. That's the last time I will do the favor. And don't ask me again.'" Last summer, Simmons suggested in an interview that Vincent was "his own worst enemy" and expressed his doubt that Vinnie would successfully relaunch his career. "There's something called the classic failure mechanism, which I was told by doctors and everything — I'm not saying he is one," Simmons said at the time when asked about Vincent's attempt to trademark the name "Vinnie Vincent's Kiss". "But there are people who simply cannot handle when things are starting to go their way — success — so they torpedo it by making stupid decisions to make sure they don't succeed, so they can deal with that." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. As previously reported, Vincent will perform at the "Speedballjamm" on Friday, June 7 at the S.I.R. Soundstage in Nashville, Tennessee. Only 60 VIP tickets are available for the event, which will see Vincent backed by his handpicked musicians, Mike Weeks and Chuck White. Each $300.00 VIP ticket will include the exclusive Vinnie Vincent "Speedballjamm" performance, a Vinnie Vincent meet-and-greet on Saturday, June 8 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the same S.I.R. soundstage (one autographed item; no guitars, parts, accessories or musical instruments, parts or accessories). Guitars, parts, and musical instruments will each be autographed for an additional $500. S.I.R. NASHVILLE 1101 Cherry Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 Tickets for this event are only available via PayPal through VinnieVincent.com and will not be sold at the door.

[post_excerpt] => Vinnie Vincent says that he got a "cold reception" when he joined his former bandmate Gene Simmons a year ago at the KISS bassist/vocalist's "Vault" event in Nashville, Tennessee. The ex-KISS guitarist, who famously filed multiple lawsuits against his former bandmates, alleging unpaid songwriting royalties, spoke about the experience of seeing Simmons again during a brand new interview with "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon". Vinnie said (hear audio below): "I almost didn't do his 'Vault', because… When you're driving, you think… And the thing that kept coming into my mind was, 'It's the first time I'm seeing this guy after being run over by his bus.' "It's easy to run over somebody when you can just keep forking hundreds of thousands of dollars into attorneys, to your law firm, and say, 'Hey, destroy Vinnie. Here's another hundred and fifty thousand, here's another five hundred thousand. I want you to destroy Vinnie,'" he continued. "It's very easy and it's also really cute to say, 'Hey, here's Vinnie filing his hundred and fiftieth lawsuit, another three hundredth lawsuit. Ha! Ha!' Very funny. Very fucking funny. Not funny to me. And yeah, these were different lawsuits for different causes of action. "When you have money, you buy justice," he added. "And you may not even buy justice — you buy a win or you buy a lose. Mostly people with that kind of money do not lose, because judges are pretty much on the same… they're not on the wavelength of justice. It's good old boy game." According to Vincent, he began having second thoughts about seeing Gene again while he was driving to the "Vault" event. "These were all detrimental reasons that were starting to reverse my decision to show up at his 'Vault'," Vinnie said. "So I actually pulled over for a while. And I was late showing up, but I pulled over, and I said, 'Look, for all the reasons, for all the right reasons, for all the natural reasons that you have for not going, you should not go.' Then I had to make that choice and say, 'But you made a promise and he's expecting you there.' And if you're gonna try to put behind you anything and try to bury this — which is very difficult. It's like someone murdering your child and you're gonna try to face that person again and shake their hand, which is near impossible. I'm not built that well where I can shake someone's hands for doing that. But it was a moment where I had to make a quick decision, and I said, 'Okay. I'm going. We'll see what happens.' So I did show up. And, to be honest with you, I went there with a smile. I went there to support his show. And I felt that it was a cold reception and I was treated very indifferently. And driving home, I thought, 'Now, why did you just do this?' But it's documented. It's there. There were some funny moments, and I tried to keep it… Nobody needs to know what really happened. But we took some pictures, we talked a little bit. [It was] superficial, very indifferent, very cold, nothing warm. And I thought, 'Hmmm. Okay. That's the last time I will do the favor. And don't ask me again.'" Last summer, Simmons suggested in an interview that Vincent was "his own worst enemy" and expressed his doubt that Vinnie would successfully relaunch his career. "There's something called the classic failure mechanism, which I was told by doctors and everything — I'm not saying he is one," Simmons said at the time when asked about Vincent's attempt to trademark the name "Vinnie Vincent's Kiss". "But there are people who simply cannot handle when things are starting to go their way — success — so they torpedo it by making stupid decisions to make sure they don't succeed, so they can deal with that." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. As previously reported, Vincent will perform at the "Speedballjamm" on Friday, June 7 at the S.I.R. Soundstage in Nashville, Tennessee. Only 60 VIP tickets are available for the event, which will see Vincent backed by his handpicked musicians, Mike Weeks and Chuck White. Each $300.00 VIP ticket will include the exclusive Vinnie Vincent "Speedballjamm" performance, a Vinnie Vincent meet-and-greet on Saturday, June 8 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the same S.I.R. soundstage (one autographed item; no guitars, parts, accessories or musical instruments, parts or accessories). Guitars, parts, and musical instruments will each be autographed for an additional $500. S.I.R. NASHVILLE 1101 Cherry Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 Tickets for this event are only available via PayPal through VinnieVincent.com and will not be sold at the door.
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Array ( [post_title] => VINNIE VINCENT Says He Got A 'Cold Reception' At GENE SIMMONS's 'Vault' Event: 'I Was Treated Very Indifferently' [post_content] => Vinnie Vincent says that he got a "cold reception" when he joined his former bandmate Gene Simmons a year ago at the KISS bassist/vocalist's "Vault" event in Nashville, Tennessee. The ex-KISS guitarist, who famously filed multiple lawsuits against his former bandmates, alleging unpaid songwriting royalties, spoke about the experience of seeing Simmons again during a brand new interview with "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon". Vinnie said (hear audio below): "I almost didn't do his 'Vault', because… When you're driving, you think… And the thing that kept coming into my mind was, 'It's the first time I'm seeing this guy after being run over by his bus.' "It's easy to run over somebody when you can just keep forking hundreds of thousands of dollars into attorneys, to your law firm, and say, 'Hey, destroy Vinnie. Here's another hundred and fifty thousand, here's another five hundred thousand. I want you to destroy Vinnie,'" he continued. "It's very easy and it's also really cute to say, 'Hey, here's Vinnie filing his hundred and fiftieth lawsuit, another three hundredth lawsuit. Ha! Ha!' Very funny. Very fucking funny. Not funny to me. And yeah, these were different lawsuits for different causes of action. "When you have money, you buy justice," he added. "And you may not even buy justice — you buy a win or you buy a lose. Mostly people with that kind of money do not lose, because judges are pretty much on the same… they're not on the wavelength of justice. It's good old boy game." According to Vincent, he began having second thoughts about seeing Gene again while he was driving to the "Vault" event. "These were all detrimental reasons that were starting to reverse my decision to show up at his 'Vault'," Vinnie said. "So I actually pulled over for a while. And I was late showing up, but I pulled over, and I said, 'Look, for all the reasons, for all the right reasons, for all the natural reasons that you have for not going, you should not go.' Then I had to make that choice and say, 'But you made a promise and he's expecting you there.' And if you're gonna try to put behind you anything and try to bury this — which is very difficult. It's like someone murdering your child and you're gonna try to face that person again and shake their hand, which is near impossible. I'm not built that well where I can shake someone's hands for doing that. But it was a moment where I had to make a quick decision, and I said, 'Okay. I'm going. We'll see what happens.' So I did show up. And, to be honest with you, I went there with a smile. I went there to support his show. And I felt that it was a cold reception and I was treated very indifferently. And driving home, I thought, 'Now, why did you just do this?' But it's documented. It's there. There were some funny moments, and I tried to keep it… Nobody needs to know what really happened. But we took some pictures, we talked a little bit. [It was] superficial, very indifferent, very cold, nothing warm. And I thought, 'Hmmm. Okay. That's the last time I will do the favor. And don't ask me again.'" Last summer, Simmons suggested in an interview that Vincent was "his own worst enemy" and expressed his doubt that Vinnie would successfully relaunch his career. "There's something called the classic failure mechanism, which I was told by doctors and everything — I'm not saying he is one," Simmons said at the time when asked about Vincent's attempt to trademark the name "Vinnie Vincent's Kiss". "But there are people who simply cannot handle when things are starting to go their way — success — so they torpedo it by making stupid decisions to make sure they don't succeed, so they can deal with that." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. As previously reported, Vincent will perform at the "Speedballjamm" on Friday, June 7 at the S.I.R. Soundstage in Nashville, Tennessee. Only 60 VIP tickets are available for the event, which will see Vincent backed by his handpicked musicians, Mike Weeks and Chuck White. Each $300.00 VIP ticket will include the exclusive Vinnie Vincent "Speedballjamm" performance, a Vinnie Vincent meet-and-greet on Saturday, June 8 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the same S.I.R. soundstage (one autographed item; no guitars, parts, accessories or musical instruments, parts or accessories). Guitars, parts, and musical instruments will each be autographed for an additional $500. S.I.R. NASHVILLE 1101 Cherry Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 Tickets for this event are only available via PayPal through VinnieVincent.com and will not be sold at the door.

[post_excerpt] => Vinnie Vincent says that he got a "cold reception" when he joined his former bandmate Gene Simmons a year ago at the KISS bassist/vocalist's "Vault" event in Nashville, Tennessee. The ex-KISS guitarist, who famously filed multiple lawsuits against his former bandmates, alleging unpaid songwriting royalties, spoke about the experience of seeing Simmons again during a brand new interview with "Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon". Vinnie said (hear audio below): "I almost didn't do his 'Vault', because… When you're driving, you think… And the thing that kept coming into my mind was, 'It's the first time I'm seeing this guy after being run over by his bus.' "It's easy to run over somebody when you can just keep forking hundreds of thousands of dollars into attorneys, to your law firm, and say, 'Hey, destroy Vinnie. Here's another hundred and fifty thousand, here's another five hundred thousand. I want you to destroy Vinnie,'" he continued. "It's very easy and it's also really cute to say, 'Hey, here's Vinnie filing his hundred and fiftieth lawsuit, another three hundredth lawsuit. Ha! Ha!' Very funny. Very fucking funny. Not funny to me. And yeah, these were different lawsuits for different causes of action. "When you have money, you buy justice," he added. "And you may not even buy justice — you buy a win or you buy a lose. Mostly people with that kind of money do not lose, because judges are pretty much on the same… they're not on the wavelength of justice. It's good old boy game." According to Vincent, he began having second thoughts about seeing Gene again while he was driving to the "Vault" event. "These were all detrimental reasons that were starting to reverse my decision to show up at his 'Vault'," Vinnie said. "So I actually pulled over for a while. And I was late showing up, but I pulled over, and I said, 'Look, for all the reasons, for all the right reasons, for all the natural reasons that you have for not going, you should not go.' Then I had to make that choice and say, 'But you made a promise and he's expecting you there.' And if you're gonna try to put behind you anything and try to bury this — which is very difficult. It's like someone murdering your child and you're gonna try to face that person again and shake their hand, which is near impossible. I'm not built that well where I can shake someone's hands for doing that. But it was a moment where I had to make a quick decision, and I said, 'Okay. I'm going. We'll see what happens.' So I did show up. And, to be honest with you, I went there with a smile. I went there to support his show. And I felt that it was a cold reception and I was treated very indifferently. And driving home, I thought, 'Now, why did you just do this?' But it's documented. It's there. There were some funny moments, and I tried to keep it… Nobody needs to know what really happened. But we took some pictures, we talked a little bit. [It was] superficial, very indifferent, very cold, nothing warm. And I thought, 'Hmmm. Okay. That's the last time I will do the favor. And don't ask me again.'" Last summer, Simmons suggested in an interview that Vincent was "his own worst enemy" and expressed his doubt that Vinnie would successfully relaunch his career. "There's something called the classic failure mechanism, which I was told by doctors and everything — I'm not saying he is one," Simmons said at the time when asked about Vincent's attempt to trademark the name "Vinnie Vincent's Kiss". "But there are people who simply cannot handle when things are starting to go their way — success — so they torpedo it by making stupid decisions to make sure they don't succeed, so they can deal with that." Vinnie joined KISS in 1982, replacing Ace Frehley. As the "Ankh Warrior," he toured with the group in support of "Creatures Of The Night", on which he played lead guitar on six songs prior to becoming an official member of the band. From there, KISS wrote and released "Lick It Up" — their first album without makeup — in 1983, a recording on which Vincent co-wrote eight of 10 songs, including the title track, which remains a staple of the group's live performances to this day. Despite the album's success, Vincent was fired by KISS after the "Lick It Up" touring cycle came to an end, allegedly due to a dispute over both the terms of his employment contract with the band and royalties. From there, Vincent founded VINNIE VINCENT INVASION, which recorded two albums. In 1992, Vincent re-teamed with KISS principals Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley to write three songs for their acclaimed album "Revenge", including the record's first two singles, "Unholy" and "I Just Wanna". Their relationship quickly soured once again, however. Four years later, Vincent released a solo EP, "Euphoria", which featured vocals by former VVI singer Fleischman and included material from sessions recorded around 1990. Soon after that, Vincent vanished from the public eye and remained off the grid for more than two decades. As previously reported, Vincent will perform at the "Speedballjamm" on Friday, June 7 at the S.I.R. Soundstage in Nashville, Tennessee. Only 60 VIP tickets are available for the event, which will see Vincent backed by his handpicked musicians, Mike Weeks and Chuck White. Each $300.00 VIP ticket will include the exclusive Vinnie Vincent "Speedballjamm" performance, a Vinnie Vincent meet-and-greet on Saturday, June 8 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the same S.I.R. soundstage (one autographed item; no guitars, parts, accessories or musical instruments, parts or accessories). Guitars, parts, and musical instruments will each be autographed for an additional $500. S.I.R. NASHVILLE 1101 Cherry Avenue Nashville, TN 37203 Tickets for this event are only available via PayPal through VinnieVincent.com and will not be sold at the door.
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JORDAN RUDESS Says LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT Reunion Will Happen 'At Some Point'

Array ( [post_title] => JORDAN RUDESS Says LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT Reunion Will Happen 'At Some Point' [post_content] => DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess recently spoke with Keefy of Ghost Cult magazine about his new solo album, "Wired For Madness". The full conversation can be viewed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the release of "Wired For Madness" coming right on the heels of the release of DREAM THEATER's new album, "Distance Over Time": Jordan: "DREAM THEATER does a lot of touring; they do a lot of recording; but there's always breaks in between. There happened to be a substantial break in between tour and recording, so when I saw that, I jumped on it and went, 'Wow — I can actually get some writing done for my solo album.' These kind of projects — these big rock/electronic/call-it-what-you-will projects — they're really intense [and] time-consuming, and I need to see a block of time to even get into it. I did see that, and I began to work intensely on that. As it all worked out, my album was composed, recorded, ready to come out before the DREAM THEATER album, but in talking to InsideOut [DREAM THEATER's record label] and Mascot [the label that releases Rudess's solo work], we all kind of collectively decided that the better timing would be to wait until after. The timing seems to actually be really good and effective — it kind of propels both things, because I get to talk more about the DREAM THEATER album and I get to talk about my solo album. It's pretty exciting." On the title track of "Wired For Madness": Jordan: "The first thing I did when I started to work on this album is, I started to work on what is the title track. I went into the studio and had all these ideas and inspiration to get into this. It all started pouring out, so as the music was pouring out, I had a name for the album, but then the story started to really come together in my head. I just imagined this character who was undergoing mental [and] physical decline, and some time in the future where an operation would be possible to allow him to become partly robotic to take over this functionality so he could be a little bit more comfortable in the world. Of course, the whole story revolved around what happens spiritually and mentally and how he loses his mind when he's taken over by this computer front-end. This story was spacey enough [and] wide enough to allow me to go through all these kaleidoscopic, cosmic musical changes and just do what I wanted to do musically." On the album's scope: Jordan: "It's an all-out Jordan album. Allow me the time and the space to do this, and that's what you're going to get. A lot of the other things I do — let's talk about my main gig, which is DREAM THEATER, which is stylistically very wide and very satisfying, but it's not everything as far as who I am as a musician. That would be hard to do unless I'm doing a solo thing because of my classical background, my interest in electronic music, my interest in jazz and prog and all those kind of things. Put them all together, and it's very, very wide, with a focus on rock. It's not a piano album, although I enjoy doing that as well. This was a great opportunity to me to allow it all to flood out and make a cool album." On deciding to sing on the album: Jordan: "A lot of people will be surprised at the singing because they haven't really heard me sing, but if they're familiar with what I've done in past years, they'll know that I have sung before. It's not that new, although I haven't done it in a while and I don't do it with DREAM THEATER. I really enjoy it, and when I can write my own vocal parts, it makes more sense because it's in my lower range. It's very natural for me to sing, because when I'm at the piano and I'm writing music, it comes out vocally as well as instrumentally at the same time." On DREAM THEATER's current "buzz": Jordan: "It's been a very exciting time between the new DREAM THEATER album coming out and being Top 10 all around the world, plus the fact that we're touring with 'Scenes From A Memory'. That's a favorite DREAM THEATER album, and the shows are sold out. There's a big buzz. I have to say that this is a really exciting, wonderful time, and I feel like in a lot of ways, it's a reward for a lot of hard work. If you look at from a DREAM THEATER perspective, the band has been together about 30 years. I've been with them for 21 years, so this is so wonderful to have this come back. Careers go through these arcs, and this happens to be this wonderful high point for all of us that we are grateful for and we're enjoying." On whether reuniting with former DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy on this year's Cruise To The Edge bodes well for the prospect of a LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT reunion: Jordan: "Everybody is into it. We all kind of agree that it would be cool. It's more a question of timing. It's a combination of finding the right time to do it. Everybody has got so much on their plate with a list of things that they want to do, have to do. This is something that we want to do, and we will do at some point, but scheduling-wise, that's the complication." In addition to Rudess and Portnoy, LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT features bass legend Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, KING CRIMSON) and DREAM THEATER guitarist John Petrucci. The group has not performed live since 2008, when it embarked on a brief tour commemorating the tenth anniversary of its self-titled debut. "Wired For Madness" was released on April 19 via Mascot Label Group. In addition to Bonamassa, the album features guest appearances by Rudess's DREAM THEATER bandmates Petrucci and James LaBrie, as well as drummer Marco Minnemann and guitarists Vinnie Moore and Guthrie Govan. DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time", was released on February 22. The disc, which marks the band's first for their new label InsideOut Music, was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.

[post_excerpt] => DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess recently spoke with Keefy of Ghost Cult magazine about his new solo album, "Wired For Madness". The full conversation can be viewed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the release of "Wired For Madness" coming right on the heels of the release of DREAM THEATER's new album, "Distance Over Time": Jordan: "DREAM THEATER does a lot of touring; they do a lot of recording; but there's always breaks in between. There happened to be a substantial break in between tour and recording, so when I saw that, I jumped on it and went, 'Wow — I can actually get some writing done for my solo album.' These kind of projects — these big rock/electronic/call-it-what-you-will projects — they're really intense [and] time-consuming, and I need to see a block of time to even get into it. I did see that, and I began to work intensely on that. As it all worked out, my album was composed, recorded, ready to come out before the DREAM THEATER album, but in talking to InsideOut [DREAM THEATER's record label] and Mascot [the label that releases Rudess's solo work], we all kind of collectively decided that the better timing would be to wait until after. The timing seems to actually be really good and effective — it kind of propels both things, because I get to talk more about the DREAM THEATER album and I get to talk about my solo album. It's pretty exciting." On the title track of "Wired For Madness": Jordan: "The first thing I did when I started to work on this album is, I started to work on what is the title track. I went into the studio and had all these ideas and inspiration to get into this. It all started pouring out, so as the music was pouring out, I had a name for the album, but then the story started to really come together in my head. I just imagined this character who was undergoing mental [and] physical decline, and some time in the future where an operation would be possible to allow him to become partly robotic to take over this functionality so he could be a little bit more comfortable in the world. Of course, the whole story revolved around what happens spiritually and mentally and how he loses his mind when he's taken over by this computer front-end. This story was spacey enough [and] wide enough to allow me to go through all these kaleidoscopic, cosmic musical changes and just do what I wanted to do musically." On the album's scope: Jordan: "It's an all-out Jordan album. Allow me the time and the space to do this, and that's what you're going to get. A lot of the other things I do — let's talk about my main gig, which is DREAM THEATER, which is stylistically very wide and very satisfying, but it's not everything as far as who I am as a musician. That would be hard to do unless I'm doing a solo thing because of my classical background, my interest in electronic music, my interest in jazz and prog and all those kind of things. Put them all together, and it's very, very wide, with a focus on rock. It's not a piano album, although I enjoy doing that as well. This was a great opportunity to me to allow it all to flood out and make a cool album." On deciding to sing on the album: Jordan: "A lot of people will be surprised at the singing because they haven't really heard me sing, but if they're familiar with what I've done in past years, they'll know that I have sung before. It's not that new, although I haven't done it in a while and I don't do it with DREAM THEATER. I really enjoy it, and when I can write my own vocal parts, it makes more sense because it's in my lower range. It's very natural for me to sing, because when I'm at the piano and I'm writing music, it comes out vocally as well as instrumentally at the same time." On DREAM THEATER's current "buzz": Jordan: "It's been a very exciting time between the new DREAM THEATER album coming out and being Top 10 all around the world, plus the fact that we're touring with 'Scenes From A Memory'. That's a favorite DREAM THEATER album, and the shows are sold out. There's a big buzz. I have to say that this is a really exciting, wonderful time, and I feel like in a lot of ways, it's a reward for a lot of hard work. If you look at from a DREAM THEATER perspective, the band has been together about 30 years. I've been with them for 21 years, so this is so wonderful to have this come back. Careers go through these arcs, and this happens to be this wonderful high point for all of us that we are grateful for and we're enjoying." On whether reuniting with former DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy on this year's Cruise To The Edge bodes well for the prospect of a LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT reunion: Jordan: "Everybody is into it. We all kind of agree that it would be cool. It's more a question of timing. It's a combination of finding the right time to do it. Everybody has got so much on their plate with a list of things that they want to do, have to do. This is something that we want to do, and we will do at some point, but scheduling-wise, that's the complication." In addition to Rudess and Portnoy, LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT features bass legend Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, KING CRIMSON) and DREAM THEATER guitarist John Petrucci. The group has not performed live since 2008, when it embarked on a brief tour commemorating the tenth anniversary of its self-titled debut. "Wired For Madness" was released on April 19 via Mascot Label Group. In addition to Bonamassa, the album features guest appearances by Rudess's DREAM THEATER bandmates Petrucci and James LaBrie, as well as drummer Marco Minnemann and guitarists Vinnie Moore and Guthrie Govan. DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time", was released on February 22. The disc, which marks the band's first for their new label InsideOut Music, was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.
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Array ( [post_title] => JORDAN RUDESS Says LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT Reunion Will Happen 'At Some Point' [post_content] => DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess recently spoke with Keefy of Ghost Cult magazine about his new solo album, "Wired For Madness". The full conversation can be viewed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the release of "Wired For Madness" coming right on the heels of the release of DREAM THEATER's new album, "Distance Over Time": Jordan: "DREAM THEATER does a lot of touring; they do a lot of recording; but there's always breaks in between. There happened to be a substantial break in between tour and recording, so when I saw that, I jumped on it and went, 'Wow — I can actually get some writing done for my solo album.' These kind of projects — these big rock/electronic/call-it-what-you-will projects — they're really intense [and] time-consuming, and I need to see a block of time to even get into it. I did see that, and I began to work intensely on that. As it all worked out, my album was composed, recorded, ready to come out before the DREAM THEATER album, but in talking to InsideOut [DREAM THEATER's record label] and Mascot [the label that releases Rudess's solo work], we all kind of collectively decided that the better timing would be to wait until after. The timing seems to actually be really good and effective — it kind of propels both things, because I get to talk more about the DREAM THEATER album and I get to talk about my solo album. It's pretty exciting." On the title track of "Wired For Madness": Jordan: "The first thing I did when I started to work on this album is, I started to work on what is the title track. I went into the studio and had all these ideas and inspiration to get into this. It all started pouring out, so as the music was pouring out, I had a name for the album, but then the story started to really come together in my head. I just imagined this character who was undergoing mental [and] physical decline, and some time in the future where an operation would be possible to allow him to become partly robotic to take over this functionality so he could be a little bit more comfortable in the world. Of course, the whole story revolved around what happens spiritually and mentally and how he loses his mind when he's taken over by this computer front-end. This story was spacey enough [and] wide enough to allow me to go through all these kaleidoscopic, cosmic musical changes and just do what I wanted to do musically." On the album's scope: Jordan: "It's an all-out Jordan album. Allow me the time and the space to do this, and that's what you're going to get. A lot of the other things I do — let's talk about my main gig, which is DREAM THEATER, which is stylistically very wide and very satisfying, but it's not everything as far as who I am as a musician. That would be hard to do unless I'm doing a solo thing because of my classical background, my interest in electronic music, my interest in jazz and prog and all those kind of things. Put them all together, and it's very, very wide, with a focus on rock. It's not a piano album, although I enjoy doing that as well. This was a great opportunity to me to allow it all to flood out and make a cool album." On deciding to sing on the album: Jordan: "A lot of people will be surprised at the singing because they haven't really heard me sing, but if they're familiar with what I've done in past years, they'll know that I have sung before. It's not that new, although I haven't done it in a while and I don't do it with DREAM THEATER. I really enjoy it, and when I can write my own vocal parts, it makes more sense because it's in my lower range. It's very natural for me to sing, because when I'm at the piano and I'm writing music, it comes out vocally as well as instrumentally at the same time." On DREAM THEATER's current "buzz": Jordan: "It's been a very exciting time between the new DREAM THEATER album coming out and being Top 10 all around the world, plus the fact that we're touring with 'Scenes From A Memory'. That's a favorite DREAM THEATER album, and the shows are sold out. There's a big buzz. I have to say that this is a really exciting, wonderful time, and I feel like in a lot of ways, it's a reward for a lot of hard work. If you look at from a DREAM THEATER perspective, the band has been together about 30 years. I've been with them for 21 years, so this is so wonderful to have this come back. Careers go through these arcs, and this happens to be this wonderful high point for all of us that we are grateful for and we're enjoying." On whether reuniting with former DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy on this year's Cruise To The Edge bodes well for the prospect of a LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT reunion: Jordan: "Everybody is into it. We all kind of agree that it would be cool. It's more a question of timing. It's a combination of finding the right time to do it. Everybody has got so much on their plate with a list of things that they want to do, have to do. This is something that we want to do, and we will do at some point, but scheduling-wise, that's the complication." In addition to Rudess and Portnoy, LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT features bass legend Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, KING CRIMSON) and DREAM THEATER guitarist John Petrucci. The group has not performed live since 2008, when it embarked on a brief tour commemorating the tenth anniversary of its self-titled debut. "Wired For Madness" was released on April 19 via Mascot Label Group. In addition to Bonamassa, the album features guest appearances by Rudess's DREAM THEATER bandmates Petrucci and James LaBrie, as well as drummer Marco Minnemann and guitarists Vinnie Moore and Guthrie Govan. DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time", was released on February 22. The disc, which marks the band's first for their new label InsideOut Music, was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.

[post_excerpt] => DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess recently spoke with Keefy of Ghost Cult magazine about his new solo album, "Wired For Madness". The full conversation can be viewed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the release of "Wired For Madness" coming right on the heels of the release of DREAM THEATER's new album, "Distance Over Time": Jordan: "DREAM THEATER does a lot of touring; they do a lot of recording; but there's always breaks in between. There happened to be a substantial break in between tour and recording, so when I saw that, I jumped on it and went, 'Wow — I can actually get some writing done for my solo album.' These kind of projects — these big rock/electronic/call-it-what-you-will projects — they're really intense [and] time-consuming, and I need to see a block of time to even get into it. I did see that, and I began to work intensely on that. As it all worked out, my album was composed, recorded, ready to come out before the DREAM THEATER album, but in talking to InsideOut [DREAM THEATER's record label] and Mascot [the label that releases Rudess's solo work], we all kind of collectively decided that the better timing would be to wait until after. The timing seems to actually be really good and effective — it kind of propels both things, because I get to talk more about the DREAM THEATER album and I get to talk about my solo album. It's pretty exciting." On the title track of "Wired For Madness": Jordan: "The first thing I did when I started to work on this album is, I started to work on what is the title track. I went into the studio and had all these ideas and inspiration to get into this. It all started pouring out, so as the music was pouring out, I had a name for the album, but then the story started to really come together in my head. I just imagined this character who was undergoing mental [and] physical decline, and some time in the future where an operation would be possible to allow him to become partly robotic to take over this functionality so he could be a little bit more comfortable in the world. Of course, the whole story revolved around what happens spiritually and mentally and how he loses his mind when he's taken over by this computer front-end. This story was spacey enough [and] wide enough to allow me to go through all these kaleidoscopic, cosmic musical changes and just do what I wanted to do musically." On the album's scope: Jordan: "It's an all-out Jordan album. Allow me the time and the space to do this, and that's what you're going to get. A lot of the other things I do — let's talk about my main gig, which is DREAM THEATER, which is stylistically very wide and very satisfying, but it's not everything as far as who I am as a musician. That would be hard to do unless I'm doing a solo thing because of my classical background, my interest in electronic music, my interest in jazz and prog and all those kind of things. Put them all together, and it's very, very wide, with a focus on rock. It's not a piano album, although I enjoy doing that as well. This was a great opportunity to me to allow it all to flood out and make a cool album." On deciding to sing on the album: Jordan: "A lot of people will be surprised at the singing because they haven't really heard me sing, but if they're familiar with what I've done in past years, they'll know that I have sung before. It's not that new, although I haven't done it in a while and I don't do it with DREAM THEATER. I really enjoy it, and when I can write my own vocal parts, it makes more sense because it's in my lower range. It's very natural for me to sing, because when I'm at the piano and I'm writing music, it comes out vocally as well as instrumentally at the same time." On DREAM THEATER's current "buzz": Jordan: "It's been a very exciting time between the new DREAM THEATER album coming out and being Top 10 all around the world, plus the fact that we're touring with 'Scenes From A Memory'. That's a favorite DREAM THEATER album, and the shows are sold out. There's a big buzz. I have to say that this is a really exciting, wonderful time, and I feel like in a lot of ways, it's a reward for a lot of hard work. If you look at from a DREAM THEATER perspective, the band has been together about 30 years. I've been with them for 21 years, so this is so wonderful to have this come back. Careers go through these arcs, and this happens to be this wonderful high point for all of us that we are grateful for and we're enjoying." On whether reuniting with former DREAM THEATER drummer Mike Portnoy on this year's Cruise To The Edge bodes well for the prospect of a LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT reunion: Jordan: "Everybody is into it. We all kind of agree that it would be cool. It's more a question of timing. It's a combination of finding the right time to do it. Everybody has got so much on their plate with a list of things that they want to do, have to do. This is something that we want to do, and we will do at some point, but scheduling-wise, that's the complication." In addition to Rudess and Portnoy, LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT features bass legend Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, KING CRIMSON) and DREAM THEATER guitarist John Petrucci. The group has not performed live since 2008, when it embarked on a brief tour commemorating the tenth anniversary of its self-titled debut. "Wired For Madness" was released on April 19 via Mascot Label Group. In addition to Bonamassa, the album features guest appearances by Rudess's DREAM THEATER bandmates Petrucci and James LaBrie, as well as drummer Marco Minnemann and guitarists Vinnie Moore and Guthrie Govan. DREAM THEATER's 14th studio album, "Distance Over Time", was released on February 22. The disc, which marks the band's first for their new label InsideOut Music, was produced by Petrucci, mixed by Ben Grosse and mastered by Tom Baker.
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Array ( [post_title] => ABORTED To Commemorate Debut Album's 20th Anniversary With Retrospective Release [post_content] => Prior to ABORTED's performance in Brooklyn, New York on April 15, vocalist Sven de Caluwé spoke with Heavy New York. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's latest album, "TerrorVision": Sven: "I think [it] is the record we actually put the most time into, because this is the only [ABORTED] record we did full pre-production of. We also had way too much songs. There's a bunch of songs that never made it on the record. We recorded about 65, 70 minutes of music, and then the label asked us to trim it down because they thought it was too long, which was hard for us because loved all the songs. But after listening to the whole master a couple of times, we were, like, 'It does get intense,' so we decided to scrap three tracks. We're, like, 'You know what? We'll use them for something else later. Let's try to make the most coherent album, and then the most coherent thing out of those other tracks.' We actually recorded the entire album at home ourselves before going in the studio, so we were very well-prepared for once." On whether the band has decided how to use the leftover material: Sven: "Since it's [the] anniversary this year — 20 years since our first album — we wanted to do something special, so we're actually going to use, I think, one of the three tracks that we really, really like on that release. We're writing another bunch of new songs that we think are pretty cool, and then we'll re-record a bunch of songs from the first two albums to do a sort of anniversary kind of release to celebrate the 20 years, and to also give the fans something new." On the band's writing process: Sven: "There's never really a template. I think what we usually do before we start writing, we're, like, 'All right. We did this. What could be better, and what do we want to do different? Where do we see it going? What kind of direction do we want to go with the new shit?'... We discuss that kind of shit, and then we just start writing. Usually, what comes out comes out, and when something doesn't fit what e have in mind, we just toss it aside. There's no fit mold... It's literally what feels natural." On the group's goals for their new material: Sven: "With everybody living all over the world, we don't really get to jam as a band. Everybody's got their producing tools and demo tools, but we don't get to jam the songs before we record them. This is an additional step we want to take now – when we finish writing, lock ourselves up for a week, jam out these songs and work out any kinks. We want to get songs that have much more impact live. It's not a problem to play all the songs, but there's just certain songs that are 'album songs' and songs that are 'live songs.' Now, we want to make sure we have a whole record which is both." On the Belgian metal scene: Sven: "There is a scene in Belgium – a great scene, but there's not that many death metal bands anymore. There's a lot of things going on around AMENRA; there's OATHBREAKER, OFF THE CROSS, WIEGEDOOD. Those are a lot of the same people, or the same type of crowd. That thing is exploding. Back in the day, we had the whole H8000 scene, which is the beginning of what for me at least was actual metalcore. Metalcore, for me, is not singy choruses and shit. Back in the day, it was a mix of fuckin' hardcore and metal... For me, that's what I know as metalcore. It's a very different version of the American metalcore style. We used to have a huge scene of that. Then death metal did kind of good, and now the whole AMENRA thing is doing great. I think for death metal, there's still a really good scene. There's not that many bands, though. There's a lot of fans, but not necessarily that many local bands that I know of that are doing a lot." ABORTED's tenth studio album, "TerrorVision", was released in September via Century Media Records. The group's "Hell Over North America" tour with CRYPTOPSY wraps up tonight (April 20) in Indianapolis, Indiana.

[post_excerpt] => Prior to ABORTED's performance in Brooklyn, New York on April 15, vocalist Sven de Caluwé spoke with Heavy New York. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's latest album, "TerrorVision": Sven: "I think [it] is the record we actually put the most time into, because this is the only [ABORTED] record we did full pre-production of. We also had way too much songs. There's a bunch of songs that never made it on the record. We recorded about 65, 70 minutes of music, and then the label asked us to trim it down because they thought it was too long, which was hard for us because loved all the songs. But after listening to the whole master a couple of times, we were, like, 'It does get intense,' so we decided to scrap three tracks. We're, like, 'You know what? We'll use them for something else later. Let's try to make the most coherent album, and then the most coherent thing out of those other tracks.' We actually recorded the entire album at home ourselves before going in the studio, so we were very well-prepared for once." On whether the band has decided how to use the leftover material: Sven: "Since it's [the] anniversary this year — 20 years since our first album — we wanted to do something special, so we're actually going to use, I think, one of the three tracks that we really, really like on that release. We're writing another bunch of new songs that we think are pretty cool, and then we'll re-record a bunch of songs from the first two albums to do a sort of anniversary kind of release to celebrate the 20 years, and to also give the fans something new." On the band's writing process: Sven: "There's never really a template. I think what we usually do before we start writing, we're, like, 'All right. We did this. What could be better, and what do we want to do different? Where do we see it going? What kind of direction do we want to go with the new shit?'... We discuss that kind of shit, and then we just start writing. Usually, what comes out comes out, and when something doesn't fit what e have in mind, we just toss it aside. There's no fit mold... It's literally what feels natural." On the group's goals for their new material: Sven: "With everybody living all over the world, we don't really get to jam as a band. Everybody's got their producing tools and demo tools, but we don't get to jam the songs before we record them. This is an additional step we want to take now – when we finish writing, lock ourselves up for a week, jam out these songs and work out any kinks. We want to get songs that have much more impact live. It's not a problem to play all the songs, but there's just certain songs that are 'album songs' and songs that are 'live songs.' Now, we want to make sure we have a whole record which is both." On the Belgian metal scene: Sven: "There is a scene in Belgium – a great scene, but there's not that many death metal bands anymore. There's a lot of things going on around AMENRA; there's OATHBREAKER, OFF THE CROSS, WIEGEDOOD. Those are a lot of the same people, or the same type of crowd. That thing is exploding. Back in the day, we had the whole H8000 scene, which is the beginning of what for me at least was actual metalcore. Metalcore, for me, is not singy choruses and shit. Back in the day, it was a mix of fuckin' hardcore and metal... For me, that's what I know as metalcore. It's a very different version of the American metalcore style. We used to have a huge scene of that. Then death metal did kind of good, and now the whole AMENRA thing is doing great. I think for death metal, there's still a really good scene. There's not that many bands, though. There's a lot of fans, but not necessarily that many local bands that I know of that are doing a lot." ABORTED's tenth studio album, "TerrorVision", was released in September via Century Media Records. The group's "Hell Over North America" tour with CRYPTOPSY wraps up tonight (April 20) in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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Array ( [post_title] => ABORTED To Commemorate Debut Album's 20th Anniversary With Retrospective Release [post_content] => Prior to ABORTED's performance in Brooklyn, New York on April 15, vocalist Sven de Caluwé spoke with Heavy New York. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's latest album, "TerrorVision": Sven: "I think [it] is the record we actually put the most time into, because this is the only [ABORTED] record we did full pre-production of. We also had way too much songs. There's a bunch of songs that never made it on the record. We recorded about 65, 70 minutes of music, and then the label asked us to trim it down because they thought it was too long, which was hard for us because loved all the songs. But after listening to the whole master a couple of times, we were, like, 'It does get intense,' so we decided to scrap three tracks. We're, like, 'You know what? We'll use them for something else later. Let's try to make the most coherent album, and then the most coherent thing out of those other tracks.' We actually recorded the entire album at home ourselves before going in the studio, so we were very well-prepared for once." On whether the band has decided how to use the leftover material: Sven: "Since it's [the] anniversary this year — 20 years since our first album — we wanted to do something special, so we're actually going to use, I think, one of the three tracks that we really, really like on that release. We're writing another bunch of new songs that we think are pretty cool, and then we'll re-record a bunch of songs from the first two albums to do a sort of anniversary kind of release to celebrate the 20 years, and to also give the fans something new." On the band's writing process: Sven: "There's never really a template. I think what we usually do before we start writing, we're, like, 'All right. We did this. What could be better, and what do we want to do different? Where do we see it going? What kind of direction do we want to go with the new shit?'... We discuss that kind of shit, and then we just start writing. Usually, what comes out comes out, and when something doesn't fit what e have in mind, we just toss it aside. There's no fit mold... It's literally what feels natural." On the group's goals for their new material: Sven: "With everybody living all over the world, we don't really get to jam as a band. Everybody's got their producing tools and demo tools, but we don't get to jam the songs before we record them. This is an additional step we want to take now – when we finish writing, lock ourselves up for a week, jam out these songs and work out any kinks. We want to get songs that have much more impact live. It's not a problem to play all the songs, but there's just certain songs that are 'album songs' and songs that are 'live songs.' Now, we want to make sure we have a whole record which is both." On the Belgian metal scene: Sven: "There is a scene in Belgium – a great scene, but there's not that many death metal bands anymore. There's a lot of things going on around AMENRA; there's OATHBREAKER, OFF THE CROSS, WIEGEDOOD. Those are a lot of the same people, or the same type of crowd. That thing is exploding. Back in the day, we had the whole H8000 scene, which is the beginning of what for me at least was actual metalcore. Metalcore, for me, is not singy choruses and shit. Back in the day, it was a mix of fuckin' hardcore and metal... For me, that's what I know as metalcore. It's a very different version of the American metalcore style. We used to have a huge scene of that. Then death metal did kind of good, and now the whole AMENRA thing is doing great. I think for death metal, there's still a really good scene. There's not that many bands, though. There's a lot of fans, but not necessarily that many local bands that I know of that are doing a lot." ABORTED's tenth studio album, "TerrorVision", was released in September via Century Media Records. The group's "Hell Over North America" tour with CRYPTOPSY wraps up tonight (April 20) in Indianapolis, Indiana.

[post_excerpt] => Prior to ABORTED's performance in Brooklyn, New York on April 15, vocalist Sven de Caluwé spoke with Heavy New York. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's latest album, "TerrorVision": Sven: "I think [it] is the record we actually put the most time into, because this is the only [ABORTED] record we did full pre-production of. We also had way too much songs. There's a bunch of songs that never made it on the record. We recorded about 65, 70 minutes of music, and then the label asked us to trim it down because they thought it was too long, which was hard for us because loved all the songs. But after listening to the whole master a couple of times, we were, like, 'It does get intense,' so we decided to scrap three tracks. We're, like, 'You know what? We'll use them for something else later. Let's try to make the most coherent album, and then the most coherent thing out of those other tracks.' We actually recorded the entire album at home ourselves before going in the studio, so we were very well-prepared for once." On whether the band has decided how to use the leftover material: Sven: "Since it's [the] anniversary this year — 20 years since our first album — we wanted to do something special, so we're actually going to use, I think, one of the three tracks that we really, really like on that release. We're writing another bunch of new songs that we think are pretty cool, and then we'll re-record a bunch of songs from the first two albums to do a sort of anniversary kind of release to celebrate the 20 years, and to also give the fans something new." On the band's writing process: Sven: "There's never really a template. I think what we usually do before we start writing, we're, like, 'All right. We did this. What could be better, and what do we want to do different? Where do we see it going? What kind of direction do we want to go with the new shit?'... We discuss that kind of shit, and then we just start writing. Usually, what comes out comes out, and when something doesn't fit what e have in mind, we just toss it aside. There's no fit mold... It's literally what feels natural." On the group's goals for their new material: Sven: "With everybody living all over the world, we don't really get to jam as a band. Everybody's got their producing tools and demo tools, but we don't get to jam the songs before we record them. This is an additional step we want to take now – when we finish writing, lock ourselves up for a week, jam out these songs and work out any kinks. We want to get songs that have much more impact live. It's not a problem to play all the songs, but there's just certain songs that are 'album songs' and songs that are 'live songs.' Now, we want to make sure we have a whole record which is both." On the Belgian metal scene: Sven: "There is a scene in Belgium – a great scene, but there's not that many death metal bands anymore. There's a lot of things going on around AMENRA; there's OATHBREAKER, OFF THE CROSS, WIEGEDOOD. Those are a lot of the same people, or the same type of crowd. That thing is exploding. Back in the day, we had the whole H8000 scene, which is the beginning of what for me at least was actual metalcore. Metalcore, for me, is not singy choruses and shit. Back in the day, it was a mix of fuckin' hardcore and metal... For me, that's what I know as metalcore. It's a very different version of the American metalcore style. We used to have a huge scene of that. Then death metal did kind of good, and now the whole AMENRA thing is doing great. I think for death metal, there's still a really good scene. There's not that many bands, though. There's a lot of fans, but not necessarily that many local bands that I know of that are doing a lot." ABORTED's tenth studio album, "TerrorVision", was released in September via Century Media Records. The group's "Hell Over North America" tour with CRYPTOPSY wraps up tonight (April 20) in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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PERRY FARRELL Describes New Solo Album 'Kind Heaven' As 'A Mythology About A Prophecy'

Array ( [post_title] => PERRY FARRELL Describes New Solo Album 'Kind Heaven' As 'A Mythology About A Prophecy' [post_content] => Perry Farrell (JANE'S ADDICTION, PORNO FOR PYROS) recently spoke with Andy Hall of the Des Moines, Iowa radio station Lazer 103.3 about his forthcoming solo album, "Kind Heaven". The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On "Kind Heaven": Perry: "I'm creating a scene. I'm making a new music scene and a new music community, starting of course with the music, but the music is basically soundtrack. I am writing a mythology, but I'm writing a mythology about a prophecy, and that prophecy is the Messianic Era. The story takes place on the threshold of the Messianic Era... heaven descends, and God lives on Earth. He comes to live with us and amongst us again. The military warriors lay down their weapons and pick up the plow shares, so in other words, the world is at peace finally, and we are helping each other. Brother is helping brother, but also there are some very scary elements to the era — the rise of the Antichrist; Armageddon; men turning into women; women turning into men. You can do research on the Messianic era and it will blow your mind and it will give you lots of inspiration and ideas like it did to me." On his plans to perform the album live in Las Vegas next year: Perry: "The Kind Heaven Orchestra is the orchestra that will be performing in Las Vegas. We are curating a hotel directly across the street from Caesars Palace. It will be called 'Kind Heaven'. It is 100,000-square-foot — I believe it's five stories — and we're turning it from a hotel into a multi-varietal, immersive entertainment complex... We are going to immerse you in a mythology as I've described... Some people will be actually improv actors. There's four stages, so there's entertainment, but it's varietal entertainment going on all night and all afternoon. It will be altogether telling the story of the Messianic Era." On his plans to perform elsewhere: Perry: "The interesting part about the Kind Heaven Orchestra is, all the elements that will be in Las Vegas in 2020, I can extract the initial elements of it — the orchestra, the video, some of the actors, some of the specialty acts — and I can tour that, so that's what our plan is now in the upcoming months. We'll be touring as the Kind Heaven Orchestra that will be touring the story through residencies. We're going to set up, and we will immerse you in the evening. There will be people around you that will be improvisational actors; we're going to have dinner and music and different varieties of entertainment." On how long he's been planning this concept: Perry: "It's coming up on seven years." On his career trajectory: Perry: "I've been very lucky and fortunate not only to start as a musician in the small clubs and the parties and then getting out into the desert and performing, and learning how to entertain people from the standpoint of a musician and also as a promoter and a producer. What turns people on, and what makes for a successful evening and experience? Then came Lollapalooza. I've been so fortunate to be able to study and watch and participate over the last 30 years how people experience nightlife and adult entertainment. 'Kind Heaven' is, to me, the culmination of all that experience, and I'm able to change it modularly. I can put it into a festival like Lollapalooza... but I like the idea of being able to make it much smaller and more intimate, the way that people were experiencing music in the early '60s when THE BEATLES would be in Hamburg, Germany... they created a scene on a very small scale, but that small, intimate experience really is what created and made THE BEATLES. It was the intimate relationship they had with the audience and how they got to develop their sound and their band and get great with their harmonies and get to be better musicians. I'm hoping to do the same thing with 'Kind Heaven'." On the inspiration behind the album's first single, the self-described protest song "Pirate Punk Politician": Perry: "You know what I think about a lot? Those young people of the '60s are the people that are in our Senate today. What happened? What went wrong? Why did they end up such stiffs, such sellouts? It really bothers me. I think to myself, 'This is our time now. If we're going to change the world, there's no time like the present.' I don't have any more time to mince words. I want to get down to it, and I know that are more people that think like me and that agree with my outlook and my ideas. Basically, the world comes first. We have to make sure that the world is healthy, because that's where we get our food from, that's where we get our water from. Anybody that stands against that or is going to try to make money in the face of the illness of the earth, they've got to go. We don't have any more time for these people." "Kind Heaven" marks the first solo album release from the JANE'S ADDICTION and PORNO FOR PYROS frontman since 2001. Conceived by Farrell and produced by Tony Visconti, "Kind Heaven" features Taylor Hawkins (FOO FIGHTERS), Mike Garson (DAVID BOWIE), Matt Chamberlain (SOUNDGARDEN), Chris Chaney (JANE'S ADDICTION), Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Peter Distefano (PORNO FOR PYROS), Dhani Harrison, Elliot Easton (THE CARS), Joachim Garraud (DAVID GUETTA), and other notable star turns. Sonic highlights include orchestral scoring by Hollywood composer Harry Gregson Willams, striking duets with Etty Farrell, and a first-of-its-kind sound mix by IMN Creative to create an all-new music experience for fans. Farrell will kick off a North American tour in support of "Kind Heaven" on June 7 in New York City. The run wraps June 25 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

[post_excerpt] => Perry Farrell (JANE'S ADDICTION, PORNO FOR PYROS) recently spoke with Andy Hall of the Des Moines, Iowa radio station Lazer 103.3 about his forthcoming solo album, "Kind Heaven". The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On "Kind Heaven": Perry: "I'm creating a scene. I'm making a new music scene and a new music community, starting of course with the music, but the music is basically soundtrack. I am writing a mythology, but I'm writing a mythology about a prophecy, and that prophecy is the Messianic Era. The story takes place on the threshold of the Messianic Era... heaven descends, and God lives on Earth. He comes to live with us and amongst us again. The military warriors lay down their weapons and pick up the plow shares, so in other words, the world is at peace finally, and we are helping each other. Brother is helping brother, but also there are some very scary elements to the era — the rise of the Antichrist; Armageddon; men turning into women; women turning into men. You can do research on the Messianic era and it will blow your mind and it will give you lots of inspiration and ideas like it did to me." On his plans to perform the album live in Las Vegas next year: Perry: "The Kind Heaven Orchestra is the orchestra that will be performing in Las Vegas. We are curating a hotel directly across the street from Caesars Palace. It will be called 'Kind Heaven'. It is 100,000-square-foot — I believe it's five stories — and we're turning it from a hotel into a multi-varietal, immersive entertainment complex... We are going to immerse you in a mythology as I've described... Some people will be actually improv actors. There's four stages, so there's entertainment, but it's varietal entertainment going on all night and all afternoon. It will be altogether telling the story of the Messianic Era." On his plans to perform elsewhere: Perry: "The interesting part about the Kind Heaven Orchestra is, all the elements that will be in Las Vegas in 2020, I can extract the initial elements of it — the orchestra, the video, some of the actors, some of the specialty acts — and I can tour that, so that's what our plan is now in the upcoming months. We'll be touring as the Kind Heaven Orchestra that will be touring the story through residencies. We're going to set up, and we will immerse you in the evening. There will be people around you that will be improvisational actors; we're going to have dinner and music and different varieties of entertainment." On how long he's been planning this concept: Perry: "It's coming up on seven years." On his career trajectory: Perry: "I've been very lucky and fortunate not only to start as a musician in the small clubs and the parties and then getting out into the desert and performing, and learning how to entertain people from the standpoint of a musician and also as a promoter and a producer. What turns people on, and what makes for a successful evening and experience? Then came Lollapalooza. I've been so fortunate to be able to study and watch and participate over the last 30 years how people experience nightlife and adult entertainment. 'Kind Heaven' is, to me, the culmination of all that experience, and I'm able to change it modularly. I can put it into a festival like Lollapalooza... but I like the idea of being able to make it much smaller and more intimate, the way that people were experiencing music in the early '60s when THE BEATLES would be in Hamburg, Germany... they created a scene on a very small scale, but that small, intimate experience really is what created and made THE BEATLES. It was the intimate relationship they had with the audience and how they got to develop their sound and their band and get great with their harmonies and get to be better musicians. I'm hoping to do the same thing with 'Kind Heaven'." On the inspiration behind the album's first single, the self-described protest song "Pirate Punk Politician": Perry: "You know what I think about a lot? Those young people of the '60s are the people that are in our Senate today. What happened? What went wrong? Why did they end up such stiffs, such sellouts? It really bothers me. I think to myself, 'This is our time now. If we're going to change the world, there's no time like the present.' I don't have any more time to mince words. I want to get down to it, and I know that are more people that think like me and that agree with my outlook and my ideas. Basically, the world comes first. We have to make sure that the world is healthy, because that's where we get our food from, that's where we get our water from. Anybody that stands against that or is going to try to make money in the face of the illness of the earth, they've got to go. We don't have any more time for these people." "Kind Heaven" marks the first solo album release from the JANE'S ADDICTION and PORNO FOR PYROS frontman since 2001. Conceived by Farrell and produced by Tony Visconti, "Kind Heaven" features Taylor Hawkins (FOO FIGHTERS), Mike Garson (DAVID BOWIE), Matt Chamberlain (SOUNDGARDEN), Chris Chaney (JANE'S ADDICTION), Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Peter Distefano (PORNO FOR PYROS), Dhani Harrison, Elliot Easton (THE CARS), Joachim Garraud (DAVID GUETTA), and other notable star turns. Sonic highlights include orchestral scoring by Hollywood composer Harry Gregson Willams, striking duets with Etty Farrell, and a first-of-its-kind sound mix by IMN Creative to create an all-new music experience for fans. Farrell will kick off a North American tour in support of "Kind Heaven" on June 7 in New York City. The run wraps June 25 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Array ( [post_title] => PERRY FARRELL Describes New Solo Album 'Kind Heaven' As 'A Mythology About A Prophecy' [post_content] => Perry Farrell (JANE'S ADDICTION, PORNO FOR PYROS) recently spoke with Andy Hall of the Des Moines, Iowa radio station Lazer 103.3 about his forthcoming solo album, "Kind Heaven". The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On "Kind Heaven": Perry: "I'm creating a scene. I'm making a new music scene and a new music community, starting of course with the music, but the music is basically soundtrack. I am writing a mythology, but I'm writing a mythology about a prophecy, and that prophecy is the Messianic Era. The story takes place on the threshold of the Messianic Era... heaven descends, and God lives on Earth. He comes to live with us and amongst us again. The military warriors lay down their weapons and pick up the plow shares, so in other words, the world is at peace finally, and we are helping each other. Brother is helping brother, but also there are some very scary elements to the era — the rise of the Antichrist; Armageddon; men turning into women; women turning into men. You can do research on the Messianic era and it will blow your mind and it will give you lots of inspiration and ideas like it did to me." On his plans to perform the album live in Las Vegas next year: Perry: "The Kind Heaven Orchestra is the orchestra that will be performing in Las Vegas. We are curating a hotel directly across the street from Caesars Palace. It will be called 'Kind Heaven'. It is 100,000-square-foot — I believe it's five stories — and we're turning it from a hotel into a multi-varietal, immersive entertainment complex... We are going to immerse you in a mythology as I've described... Some people will be actually improv actors. There's four stages, so there's entertainment, but it's varietal entertainment going on all night and all afternoon. It will be altogether telling the story of the Messianic Era." On his plans to perform elsewhere: Perry: "The interesting part about the Kind Heaven Orchestra is, all the elements that will be in Las Vegas in 2020, I can extract the initial elements of it — the orchestra, the video, some of the actors, some of the specialty acts — and I can tour that, so that's what our plan is now in the upcoming months. We'll be touring as the Kind Heaven Orchestra that will be touring the story through residencies. We're going to set up, and we will immerse you in the evening. There will be people around you that will be improvisational actors; we're going to have dinner and music and different varieties of entertainment." On how long he's been planning this concept: Perry: "It's coming up on seven years." On his career trajectory: Perry: "I've been very lucky and fortunate not only to start as a musician in the small clubs and the parties and then getting out into the desert and performing, and learning how to entertain people from the standpoint of a musician and also as a promoter and a producer. What turns people on, and what makes for a successful evening and experience? Then came Lollapalooza. I've been so fortunate to be able to study and watch and participate over the last 30 years how people experience nightlife and adult entertainment. 'Kind Heaven' is, to me, the culmination of all that experience, and I'm able to change it modularly. I can put it into a festival like Lollapalooza... but I like the idea of being able to make it much smaller and more intimate, the way that people were experiencing music in the early '60s when THE BEATLES would be in Hamburg, Germany... they created a scene on a very small scale, but that small, intimate experience really is what created and made THE BEATLES. It was the intimate relationship they had with the audience and how they got to develop their sound and their band and get great with their harmonies and get to be better musicians. I'm hoping to do the same thing with 'Kind Heaven'." On the inspiration behind the album's first single, the self-described protest song "Pirate Punk Politician": Perry: "You know what I think about a lot? Those young people of the '60s are the people that are in our Senate today. What happened? What went wrong? Why did they end up such stiffs, such sellouts? It really bothers me. I think to myself, 'This is our time now. If we're going to change the world, there's no time like the present.' I don't have any more time to mince words. I want to get down to it, and I know that are more people that think like me and that agree with my outlook and my ideas. Basically, the world comes first. We have to make sure that the world is healthy, because that's where we get our food from, that's where we get our water from. Anybody that stands against that or is going to try to make money in the face of the illness of the earth, they've got to go. We don't have any more time for these people." "Kind Heaven" marks the first solo album release from the JANE'S ADDICTION and PORNO FOR PYROS frontman since 2001. Conceived by Farrell and produced by Tony Visconti, "Kind Heaven" features Taylor Hawkins (FOO FIGHTERS), Mike Garson (DAVID BOWIE), Matt Chamberlain (SOUNDGARDEN), Chris Chaney (JANE'S ADDICTION), Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Peter Distefano (PORNO FOR PYROS), Dhani Harrison, Elliot Easton (THE CARS), Joachim Garraud (DAVID GUETTA), and other notable star turns. Sonic highlights include orchestral scoring by Hollywood composer Harry Gregson Willams, striking duets with Etty Farrell, and a first-of-its-kind sound mix by IMN Creative to create an all-new music experience for fans. Farrell will kick off a North American tour in support of "Kind Heaven" on June 7 in New York City. The run wraps June 25 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

[post_excerpt] => Perry Farrell (JANE'S ADDICTION, PORNO FOR PYROS) recently spoke with Andy Hall of the Des Moines, Iowa radio station Lazer 103.3 about his forthcoming solo album, "Kind Heaven". The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On "Kind Heaven": Perry: "I'm creating a scene. I'm making a new music scene and a new music community, starting of course with the music, but the music is basically soundtrack. I am writing a mythology, but I'm writing a mythology about a prophecy, and that prophecy is the Messianic Era. The story takes place on the threshold of the Messianic Era... heaven descends, and God lives on Earth. He comes to live with us and amongst us again. The military warriors lay down their weapons and pick up the plow shares, so in other words, the world is at peace finally, and we are helping each other. Brother is helping brother, but also there are some very scary elements to the era — the rise of the Antichrist; Armageddon; men turning into women; women turning into men. You can do research on the Messianic era and it will blow your mind and it will give you lots of inspiration and ideas like it did to me." On his plans to perform the album live in Las Vegas next year: Perry: "The Kind Heaven Orchestra is the orchestra that will be performing in Las Vegas. We are curating a hotel directly across the street from Caesars Palace. It will be called 'Kind Heaven'. It is 100,000-square-foot — I believe it's five stories — and we're turning it from a hotel into a multi-varietal, immersive entertainment complex... We are going to immerse you in a mythology as I've described... Some people will be actually improv actors. There's four stages, so there's entertainment, but it's varietal entertainment going on all night and all afternoon. It will be altogether telling the story of the Messianic Era." On his plans to perform elsewhere: Perry: "The interesting part about the Kind Heaven Orchestra is, all the elements that will be in Las Vegas in 2020, I can extract the initial elements of it — the orchestra, the video, some of the actors, some of the specialty acts — and I can tour that, so that's what our plan is now in the upcoming months. We'll be touring as the Kind Heaven Orchestra that will be touring the story through residencies. We're going to set up, and we will immerse you in the evening. There will be people around you that will be improvisational actors; we're going to have dinner and music and different varieties of entertainment." On how long he's been planning this concept: Perry: "It's coming up on seven years." On his career trajectory: Perry: "I've been very lucky and fortunate not only to start as a musician in the small clubs and the parties and then getting out into the desert and performing, and learning how to entertain people from the standpoint of a musician and also as a promoter and a producer. What turns people on, and what makes for a successful evening and experience? Then came Lollapalooza. I've been so fortunate to be able to study and watch and participate over the last 30 years how people experience nightlife and adult entertainment. 'Kind Heaven' is, to me, the culmination of all that experience, and I'm able to change it modularly. I can put it into a festival like Lollapalooza... but I like the idea of being able to make it much smaller and more intimate, the way that people were experiencing music in the early '60s when THE BEATLES would be in Hamburg, Germany... they created a scene on a very small scale, but that small, intimate experience really is what created and made THE BEATLES. It was the intimate relationship they had with the audience and how they got to develop their sound and their band and get great with their harmonies and get to be better musicians. I'm hoping to do the same thing with 'Kind Heaven'." On the inspiration behind the album's first single, the self-described protest song "Pirate Punk Politician": Perry: "You know what I think about a lot? Those young people of the '60s are the people that are in our Senate today. What happened? What went wrong? Why did they end up such stiffs, such sellouts? It really bothers me. I think to myself, 'This is our time now. If we're going to change the world, there's no time like the present.' I don't have any more time to mince words. I want to get down to it, and I know that are more people that think like me and that agree with my outlook and my ideas. Basically, the world comes first. We have to make sure that the world is healthy, because that's where we get our food from, that's where we get our water from. Anybody that stands against that or is going to try to make money in the face of the illness of the earth, they've got to go. We don't have any more time for these people." "Kind Heaven" marks the first solo album release from the JANE'S ADDICTION and PORNO FOR PYROS frontman since 2001. Conceived by Farrell and produced by Tony Visconti, "Kind Heaven" features Taylor Hawkins (FOO FIGHTERS), Mike Garson (DAVID BOWIE), Matt Chamberlain (SOUNDGARDEN), Chris Chaney (JANE'S ADDICTION), Tommy Lee (MÖTLEY CRÜE), Peter Distefano (PORNO FOR PYROS), Dhani Harrison, Elliot Easton (THE CARS), Joachim Garraud (DAVID GUETTA), and other notable star turns. Sonic highlights include orchestral scoring by Hollywood composer Harry Gregson Willams, striking duets with Etty Farrell, and a first-of-its-kind sound mix by IMN Creative to create an all-new music experience for fans. Farrell will kick off a North American tour in support of "Kind Heaven" on June 7 in New York City. The run wraps June 25 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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Former STATIC-X Guitarist TRIPP EISEN Launches New Band FACE WITHOUT FEAR

Array ( [post_title] => Former STATIC-X Guitarist TRIPP EISEN Launches New Band FACE WITHOUT FEAR [post_content] => Ex-STATIC-X and DOPE guitarist Tripp Eisen has launched a new industrial rock band called FACE WITHOUT FEAR. The group, which also features Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) on vocals, Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) on drums, and Dante on guitar, will make its live debut on Saturday, June 1 at QXT's in Newark, New Jersey. A video teaser is available below. FACE WITHOUT FEAR is: Tripp Eisen (STATIC X, MURDERDOLLS, DOPE) - Guitar Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) - Vocals Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) - Drums Dante - Guitar Eisen — whose real name is Tod Rex Salvador — has kept a relatively low profile for more than a decade since serving time for meeting and sexually assaulting two underage females in January and February 2005. Two years ago, Eisen told Totally Driven Radio that his arrest and prison sentence was "a difficult time of my life" and insisted that he has "learned from it" and "grown. What happened to me was really bad judgment, terrible mistakes that I made, and I paid a price for 'em," he said. Tripp added that "there were two cases [involving two separate girls]. I had to deal with both things. And I got through it. Yeah, there was two cases. It's been out there. It's been so long ago. But I'm here, I'm alive, I'm well, I survived it, and the fact that… It was difficult. I've written a lot of music in the interim. I reconnected with a lot of former friends, partners in the industry, different people I've worked with. I've been rebuilding some of my relationships with people, and it's been a blessing. I feel grateful for all the people that stuck by me. Sometimes it's hard to mend relationships, especially with a lot of the press I got — [it was] very hurtful and stuff — but I understand it; I understand where people come from." Tripp said that he felt like he "lost everything" when he was arrested in 2005. "A lot of people have an earth-shaking or a life-changing event in their life, and if you lose everything, you can survive it, you can bounce back, you can grow," explained. "And I'm not gonna even say I lost everything, 'cause there's people that stuck by me. I had my family [that] was very supportive, and there's people that stuck by me. There's friends that came out of the woodwork — people I was just acquainted with, all of a sudden they're sending me letters [being] very supportive. Some people shied away, and then when I got out, I mended those friendships or re-established those friendships. It's awkward, but I think that you can bounce back. It's something that you can be inspirational. And I was inspired by a lot of people that have overcome even greater odds than I have. I'm here, I'm alive, I have music to play. My art is important to me. I've written songs. I've never given up hope. If I never was successful in music again, I have to be okay with that. But I feel like I've got something to say. I've got music I'm writing, I'm collaborating with people, writing lyrics, writing music." Eisen rejoined his former bandmates in ROUGHHOUSE (formerly TEEZE) on stage in October 2016 at the Savfest at Whiskey Tango in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The concert was a benefit for people suffering from depression and mental health issues, raising suicide awareness and showing support for those who have lost a loved one to depression and suicide.

[post_excerpt] => Ex-STATIC-X and DOPE guitarist Tripp Eisen has launched a new industrial rock band called FACE WITHOUT FEAR. The group, which also features Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) on vocals, Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) on drums, and Dante on guitar, will make its live debut on Saturday, June 1 at QXT's in Newark, New Jersey. A video teaser is available below. FACE WITHOUT FEAR is: Tripp Eisen (STATIC X, MURDERDOLLS, DOPE) - Guitar Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) - Vocals Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) - Drums Dante - Guitar Eisen — whose real name is Tod Rex Salvador — has kept a relatively low profile for more than a decade since serving time for meeting and sexually assaulting two underage females in January and February 2005. Two years ago, Eisen told Totally Driven Radio that his arrest and prison sentence was "a difficult time of my life" and insisted that he has "learned from it" and "grown. What happened to me was really bad judgment, terrible mistakes that I made, and I paid a price for 'em," he said. Tripp added that "there were two cases [involving two separate girls]. I had to deal with both things. And I got through it. Yeah, there was two cases. It's been out there. It's been so long ago. But I'm here, I'm alive, I'm well, I survived it, and the fact that… It was difficult. I've written a lot of music in the interim. I reconnected with a lot of former friends, partners in the industry, different people I've worked with. I've been rebuilding some of my relationships with people, and it's been a blessing. I feel grateful for all the people that stuck by me. Sometimes it's hard to mend relationships, especially with a lot of the press I got — [it was] very hurtful and stuff — but I understand it; I understand where people come from." Tripp said that he felt like he "lost everything" when he was arrested in 2005. "A lot of people have an earth-shaking or a life-changing event in their life, and if you lose everything, you can survive it, you can bounce back, you can grow," explained. "And I'm not gonna even say I lost everything, 'cause there's people that stuck by me. I had my family [that] was very supportive, and there's people that stuck by me. There's friends that came out of the woodwork — people I was just acquainted with, all of a sudden they're sending me letters [being] very supportive. Some people shied away, and then when I got out, I mended those friendships or re-established those friendships. It's awkward, but I think that you can bounce back. It's something that you can be inspirational. And I was inspired by a lot of people that have overcome even greater odds than I have. I'm here, I'm alive, I have music to play. My art is important to me. I've written songs. I've never given up hope. If I never was successful in music again, I have to be okay with that. But I feel like I've got something to say. I've got music I'm writing, I'm collaborating with people, writing lyrics, writing music." Eisen rejoined his former bandmates in ROUGHHOUSE (formerly TEEZE) on stage in October 2016 at the Savfest at Whiskey Tango in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The concert was a benefit for people suffering from depression and mental health issues, raising suicide awareness and showing support for those who have lost a loved one to depression and suicide.
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Array ( [post_title] => Former STATIC-X Guitarist TRIPP EISEN Launches New Band FACE WITHOUT FEAR [post_content] => Ex-STATIC-X and DOPE guitarist Tripp Eisen has launched a new industrial rock band called FACE WITHOUT FEAR. The group, which also features Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) on vocals, Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) on drums, and Dante on guitar, will make its live debut on Saturday, June 1 at QXT's in Newark, New Jersey. A video teaser is available below. FACE WITHOUT FEAR is: Tripp Eisen (STATIC X, MURDERDOLLS, DOPE) - Guitar Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) - Vocals Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) - Drums Dante - Guitar Eisen — whose real name is Tod Rex Salvador — has kept a relatively low profile for more than a decade since serving time for meeting and sexually assaulting two underage females in January and February 2005. Two years ago, Eisen told Totally Driven Radio that his arrest and prison sentence was "a difficult time of my life" and insisted that he has "learned from it" and "grown. What happened to me was really bad judgment, terrible mistakes that I made, and I paid a price for 'em," he said. Tripp added that "there were two cases [involving two separate girls]. I had to deal with both things. And I got through it. Yeah, there was two cases. It's been out there. It's been so long ago. But I'm here, I'm alive, I'm well, I survived it, and the fact that… It was difficult. I've written a lot of music in the interim. I reconnected with a lot of former friends, partners in the industry, different people I've worked with. I've been rebuilding some of my relationships with people, and it's been a blessing. I feel grateful for all the people that stuck by me. Sometimes it's hard to mend relationships, especially with a lot of the press I got — [it was] very hurtful and stuff — but I understand it; I understand where people come from." Tripp said that he felt like he "lost everything" when he was arrested in 2005. "A lot of people have an earth-shaking or a life-changing event in their life, and if you lose everything, you can survive it, you can bounce back, you can grow," explained. "And I'm not gonna even say I lost everything, 'cause there's people that stuck by me. I had my family [that] was very supportive, and there's people that stuck by me. There's friends that came out of the woodwork — people I was just acquainted with, all of a sudden they're sending me letters [being] very supportive. Some people shied away, and then when I got out, I mended those friendships or re-established those friendships. It's awkward, but I think that you can bounce back. It's something that you can be inspirational. And I was inspired by a lot of people that have overcome even greater odds than I have. I'm here, I'm alive, I have music to play. My art is important to me. I've written songs. I've never given up hope. If I never was successful in music again, I have to be okay with that. But I feel like I've got something to say. I've got music I'm writing, I'm collaborating with people, writing lyrics, writing music." Eisen rejoined his former bandmates in ROUGHHOUSE (formerly TEEZE) on stage in October 2016 at the Savfest at Whiskey Tango in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The concert was a benefit for people suffering from depression and mental health issues, raising suicide awareness and showing support for those who have lost a loved one to depression and suicide.

[post_excerpt] => Ex-STATIC-X and DOPE guitarist Tripp Eisen has launched a new industrial rock band called FACE WITHOUT FEAR. The group, which also features Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) on vocals, Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) on drums, and Dante on guitar, will make its live debut on Saturday, June 1 at QXT's in Newark, New Jersey. A video teaser is available below. FACE WITHOUT FEAR is: Tripp Eisen (STATIC X, MURDERDOLLS, DOPE) - Guitar Ken "Mantis" Hoyt (CRUSHPILE) - Vocals Terrestrial T (METHODICAL) - Drums Dante - Guitar Eisen — whose real name is Tod Rex Salvador — has kept a relatively low profile for more than a decade since serving time for meeting and sexually assaulting two underage females in January and February 2005. Two years ago, Eisen told Totally Driven Radio that his arrest and prison sentence was "a difficult time of my life" and insisted that he has "learned from it" and "grown. What happened to me was really bad judgment, terrible mistakes that I made, and I paid a price for 'em," he said. Tripp added that "there were two cases [involving two separate girls]. I had to deal with both things. And I got through it. Yeah, there was two cases. It's been out there. It's been so long ago. But I'm here, I'm alive, I'm well, I survived it, and the fact that… It was difficult. I've written a lot of music in the interim. I reconnected with a lot of former friends, partners in the industry, different people I've worked with. I've been rebuilding some of my relationships with people, and it's been a blessing. I feel grateful for all the people that stuck by me. Sometimes it's hard to mend relationships, especially with a lot of the press I got — [it was] very hurtful and stuff — but I understand it; I understand where people come from." Tripp said that he felt like he "lost everything" when he was arrested in 2005. "A lot of people have an earth-shaking or a life-changing event in their life, and if you lose everything, you can survive it, you can bounce back, you can grow," explained. "And I'm not gonna even say I lost everything, 'cause there's people that stuck by me. I had my family [that] was very supportive, and there's people that stuck by me. There's friends that came out of the woodwork — people I was just acquainted with, all of a sudden they're sending me letters [being] very supportive. Some people shied away, and then when I got out, I mended those friendships or re-established those friendships. It's awkward, but I think that you can bounce back. It's something that you can be inspirational. And I was inspired by a lot of people that have overcome even greater odds than I have. I'm here, I'm alive, I have music to play. My art is important to me. I've written songs. I've never given up hope. If I never was successful in music again, I have to be okay with that. But I feel like I've got something to say. I've got music I'm writing, I'm collaborating with people, writing lyrics, writing music." Eisen rejoined his former bandmates in ROUGHHOUSE (formerly TEEZE) on stage in October 2016 at the Savfest at Whiskey Tango in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The concert was a benefit for people suffering from depression and mental health issues, raising suicide awareness and showing support for those who have lost a loved one to depression and suicide.
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WHITESNAKE's JOEL HOEKSTRA On Writing With DAVID COVERDALE: 'The First Thing You Come Up With Has To Be Good'

Array ( [post_title] => WHITESNAKE's JOEL HOEKSTRA On Writing With DAVID COVERDALE: 'The First Thing You Come Up With Has To Be Good' [post_content] => WHITESNAKE guitarist Joel Hoekstra recently spoke with Cameron Buchholtz of the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma radio station 100.5 The KATT. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the band's rigorous touring schedule: Joel: "That's something that David Coverdale still likes. He still enjoys production rehearsals and heading out with our own gear, and he still loves to make new music... All that stuff really comes from the same point of love with him, because financially, he's set for life – he could retire today — but he just loves the process and loves getting out there with us." On the extent of his involvement with the group's forthcoming album, "Flesh & Blood": Joel: "Obviously, for David to have me in as a co-writer on a lot of the songs was an honor, and to be brought in as co-producer for the big picture kind of stuff, I just think they figured out I had more to say than, 'Turn my guitar up,' and they trusted me a little bit more along the way. It's the next step for me in WHITESNAKE... It's my job coming in here to make him want to come in to work, make him want to keep going and do the best I can with that." On whether it was "intimidating" to write with Coverdale: Joel: "Thankfully, the relationship has been there for a few years now, so I feel like there's a good friendship. The lines of communication are really clear with us, so that was really... I guess not that intimidating in a way. The only thing that's intimidating is [that] he moves quick. He'll have an idea and say where we can go with this, and the first thing you come up with has to be good. You can't really meander and say, 'Give me a minute — let me find something.' He likes to write quick. Intimidating might be the wrong word, but you've got to be on the ball. He's had a history of great musicians in WHITESNAKE, so having the opportunity to join in that is an honor. It just comes down to doing your best every time out with whatever it is you're doing. In this business, you have to — otherwise, you're not going to make it." On why he left NIGHT RANGER: Joel: "WHITESNAKE is a bigger band than NIGHT RANGER — definitely internationally... The catalog for WHITESNAKE was probably a big thing — just how many great songs there are in the catalog. The opportunity to work with David Coverdale and Tommy Aldridge and Reb Beach — legendary players in the business, and [to] get out internationally and get showcased more on guitar. There's a history of great players, and David's really great about showcasing his players, so that's a big factor in it as well." On his other musical endeavors: Joel: "I still do TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA in November [and] December, and I've been touring with Cher as well in all the gaps, basically. She's had me in as her guitar player for a couple years now... It's one of those things in your career that you never would have seen coming. It's not like I picked up a guitar as a kid and went, 'Some day, I'm going to be in Cher's band.' Nobody in our genre really thought of that, but it's also been a blessing. All the players are great players, and they're really fun people to work with. Her shows are really big — she's been doing an arena tour, and it's 18,000-20,000 people a show, so it's also got me a whole lot of new fans, which is cool. I'm having a good time." "Flesh & Blood" will be released on May 10 via Frontiers Music Srl. The disc follows the 2011 critically acclaimed studio album "Forevermore" and 2015's "The Purple Album", a reimagining of DEEP PURPLE classics from Coverdale's time in that band. Joining Coverdale on "Flesh & Blood" is the powerhouse band comprised of Hoekstra and Beach on guitar, Michael Devin on bass, Aldridge on drums and Michele Luppi on keyboards.

[post_excerpt] => WHITESNAKE guitarist Joel Hoekstra recently spoke with Cameron Buchholtz of the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma radio station 100.5 The KATT. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the band's rigorous touring schedule: Joel: "That's something that David Coverdale still likes. He still enjoys production rehearsals and heading out with our own gear, and he still loves to make new music... All that stuff really comes from the same point of love with him, because financially, he's set for life – he could retire today — but he just loves the process and loves getting out there with us." On the extent of his involvement with the group's forthcoming album, "Flesh & Blood": Joel: "Obviously, for David to have me in as a co-writer on a lot of the songs was an honor, and to be brought in as co-producer for the big picture kind of stuff, I just think they figured out I had more to say than, 'Turn my guitar up,' and they trusted me a little bit more along the way. It's the next step for me in WHITESNAKE... It's my job coming in here to make him want to come in to work, make him want to keep going and do the best I can with that." On whether it was "intimidating" to write with Coverdale: Joel: "Thankfully, the relationship has been there for a few years now, so I feel like there's a good friendship. The lines of communication are really clear with us, so that was really... I guess not that intimidating in a way. The only thing that's intimidating is [that] he moves quick. He'll have an idea and say where we can go with this, and the first thing you come up with has to be good. You can't really meander and say, 'Give me a minute — let me find something.' He likes to write quick. Intimidating might be the wrong word, but you've got to be on the ball. He's had a history of great musicians in WHITESNAKE, so having the opportunity to join in that is an honor. It just comes down to doing your best every time out with whatever it is you're doing. In this business, you have to — otherwise, you're not going to make it." On why he left NIGHT RANGER: Joel: "WHITESNAKE is a bigger band than NIGHT RANGER — definitely internationally... The catalog for WHITESNAKE was probably a big thing — just how many great songs there are in the catalog. The opportunity to work with David Coverdale and Tommy Aldridge and Reb Beach — legendary players in the business, and [to] get out internationally and get showcased more on guitar. There's a history of great players, and David's really great about showcasing his players, so that's a big factor in it as well." On his other musical endeavors: Joel: "I still do TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA in November [and] December, and I've been touring with Cher as well in all the gaps, basically. She's had me in as her guitar player for a couple years now... It's one of those things in your career that you never would have seen coming. It's not like I picked up a guitar as a kid and went, 'Some day, I'm going to be in Cher's band.' Nobody in our genre really thought of that, but it's also been a blessing. All the players are great players, and they're really fun people to work with. Her shows are really big — she's been doing an arena tour, and it's 18,000-20,000 people a show, so it's also got me a whole lot of new fans, which is cool. I'm having a good time." "Flesh & Blood" will be released on May 10 via Frontiers Music Srl. The disc follows the 2011 critically acclaimed studio album "Forevermore" and 2015's "The Purple Album", a reimagining of DEEP PURPLE classics from Coverdale's time in that band. Joining Coverdale on "Flesh & Blood" is the powerhouse band comprised of Hoekstra and Beach on guitar, Michael Devin on bass, Aldridge on drums and Michele Luppi on keyboards.
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Array ( [post_title] => WHITESNAKE's JOEL HOEKSTRA On Writing With DAVID COVERDALE: 'The First Thing You Come Up With Has To Be Good' [post_content] => WHITESNAKE guitarist Joel Hoekstra recently spoke with Cameron Buchholtz of the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma radio station 100.5 The KATT. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the band's rigorous touring schedule: Joel: "That's something that David Coverdale still likes. He still enjoys production rehearsals and heading out with our own gear, and he still loves to make new music... All that stuff really comes from the same point of love with him, because financially, he's set for life – he could retire today — but he just loves the process and loves getting out there with us." On the extent of his involvement with the group's forthcoming album, "Flesh & Blood": Joel: "Obviously, for David to have me in as a co-writer on a lot of the songs was an honor, and to be brought in as co-producer for the big picture kind of stuff, I just think they figured out I had more to say than, 'Turn my guitar up,' and they trusted me a little bit more along the way. It's the next step for me in WHITESNAKE... It's my job coming in here to make him want to come in to work, make him want to keep going and do the best I can with that." On whether it was "intimidating" to write with Coverdale: Joel: "Thankfully, the relationship has been there for a few years now, so I feel like there's a good friendship. The lines of communication are really clear with us, so that was really... I guess not that intimidating in a way. The only thing that's intimidating is [that] he moves quick. He'll have an idea and say where we can go with this, and the first thing you come up with has to be good. You can't really meander and say, 'Give me a minute — let me find something.' He likes to write quick. Intimidating might be the wrong word, but you've got to be on the ball. He's had a history of great musicians in WHITESNAKE, so having the opportunity to join in that is an honor. It just comes down to doing your best every time out with whatever it is you're doing. In this business, you have to — otherwise, you're not going to make it." On why he left NIGHT RANGER: Joel: "WHITESNAKE is a bigger band than NIGHT RANGER — definitely internationally... The catalog for WHITESNAKE was probably a big thing — just how many great songs there are in the catalog. The opportunity to work with David Coverdale and Tommy Aldridge and Reb Beach — legendary players in the business, and [to] get out internationally and get showcased more on guitar. There's a history of great players, and David's really great about showcasing his players, so that's a big factor in it as well." On his other musical endeavors: Joel: "I still do TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA in November [and] December, and I've been touring with Cher as well in all the gaps, basically. She's had me in as her guitar player for a couple years now... It's one of those things in your career that you never would have seen coming. It's not like I picked up a guitar as a kid and went, 'Some day, I'm going to be in Cher's band.' Nobody in our genre really thought of that, but it's also been a blessing. All the players are great players, and they're really fun people to work with. Her shows are really big — she's been doing an arena tour, and it's 18,000-20,000 people a show, so it's also got me a whole lot of new fans, which is cool. I'm having a good time." "Flesh & Blood" will be released on May 10 via Frontiers Music Srl. The disc follows the 2011 critically acclaimed studio album "Forevermore" and 2015's "The Purple Album", a reimagining of DEEP PURPLE classics from Coverdale's time in that band. Joining Coverdale on "Flesh & Blood" is the powerhouse band comprised of Hoekstra and Beach on guitar, Michael Devin on bass, Aldridge on drums and Michele Luppi on keyboards.

[post_excerpt] => WHITESNAKE guitarist Joel Hoekstra recently spoke with Cameron Buchholtz of the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma radio station 100.5 The KATT. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the band's rigorous touring schedule: Joel: "That's something that David Coverdale still likes. He still enjoys production rehearsals and heading out with our own gear, and he still loves to make new music... All that stuff really comes from the same point of love with him, because financially, he's set for life – he could retire today — but he just loves the process and loves getting out there with us." On the extent of his involvement with the group's forthcoming album, "Flesh & Blood": Joel: "Obviously, for David to have me in as a co-writer on a lot of the songs was an honor, and to be brought in as co-producer for the big picture kind of stuff, I just think they figured out I had more to say than, 'Turn my guitar up,' and they trusted me a little bit more along the way. It's the next step for me in WHITESNAKE... It's my job coming in here to make him want to come in to work, make him want to keep going and do the best I can with that." On whether it was "intimidating" to write with Coverdale: Joel: "Thankfully, the relationship has been there for a few years now, so I feel like there's a good friendship. The lines of communication are really clear with us, so that was really... I guess not that intimidating in a way. The only thing that's intimidating is [that] he moves quick. He'll have an idea and say where we can go with this, and the first thing you come up with has to be good. You can't really meander and say, 'Give me a minute — let me find something.' He likes to write quick. Intimidating might be the wrong word, but you've got to be on the ball. He's had a history of great musicians in WHITESNAKE, so having the opportunity to join in that is an honor. It just comes down to doing your best every time out with whatever it is you're doing. In this business, you have to — otherwise, you're not going to make it." On why he left NIGHT RANGER: Joel: "WHITESNAKE is a bigger band than NIGHT RANGER — definitely internationally... The catalog for WHITESNAKE was probably a big thing — just how many great songs there are in the catalog. The opportunity to work with David Coverdale and Tommy Aldridge and Reb Beach — legendary players in the business, and [to] get out internationally and get showcased more on guitar. There's a history of great players, and David's really great about showcasing his players, so that's a big factor in it as well." On his other musical endeavors: Joel: "I still do TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA in November [and] December, and I've been touring with Cher as well in all the gaps, basically. She's had me in as her guitar player for a couple years now... It's one of those things in your career that you never would have seen coming. It's not like I picked up a guitar as a kid and went, 'Some day, I'm going to be in Cher's band.' Nobody in our genre really thought of that, but it's also been a blessing. All the players are great players, and they're really fun people to work with. Her shows are really big — she's been doing an arena tour, and it's 18,000-20,000 people a show, so it's also got me a whole lot of new fans, which is cool. I'm having a good time." "Flesh & Blood" will be released on May 10 via Frontiers Music Srl. The disc follows the 2011 critically acclaimed studio album "Forevermore" and 2015's "The Purple Album", a reimagining of DEEP PURPLE classics from Coverdale's time in that band. Joining Coverdale on "Flesh & Blood" is the powerhouse band comprised of Hoekstra and Beach on guitar, Michael Devin on bass, Aldridge on drums and Michele Luppi on keyboards.
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VOIVOD Drummer: 'We Are Writing A New Album Right Now On The Road'

Array ( [post_title] => VOIVOD Drummer: 'We Are Writing A New Album Right Now On The Road' [post_content] => Prior to VOIVOD's performance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 5, drummer Michel "Away" Langevin spoke with Michael Nagy of KJAG Radio and Jag TV. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the key to the band's success: Michel: "Perseverance. It's 36 years of working hard on the band, and it's paying off. We have a great momentum right now." On overcoming band member turnover: Michel: "Every time, it's a tough challenge, and we sort of have to start over again, even though the name is pretty well-known. The challenge is to adapt to the newest members musically, but it's exciting and refreshing." On the concept behind the group's latest album, 2018's "The Wake": Michel: "It's some ancient entity dormant under the sea that's been awakened purposely, and then changes everything on Earth socially. It's just a big change, a big awakening for this planet. The message is always about Earth, but it's about the destruction of this planet, but it's true sort of sci-fi folk tales in a way. It's always related to what's going on, but it's in a science-fiction type of setting." On the band's recently completed tour with YOB and AMENRA: Michel: "It's really amazing. It's very well-attended. It's a blast everywhere, because even though VOIVOD is a pretty established band, we don't get to play the old American theaters like we do on this tour. We usually play smaller clubs, so it's been an amazing experience. Plus, the three bands, we get along amazingly, so we're just surfing on it... We have a lot of respect from promoters and the other bands. It's just an amazing tour. It's too bad that it's so short." On his favorite VOIVOD album artwork: Michel: "The first album, I'm very proud of. It was my first professional painting, so I think I was able to represent the music and the lyrics properly in the Cold War era. I think 'War And Pain' would be the one that I'm the most proud of, probably." On the band's upcoming plans: Michel: "We are writing a new album right now on the road, but it's just that the year is booked very solid. After this U.S. tour, we are playing the Maryland Deathfest in May, and after that, we are playing the Jazz Fest [Festival International de Jazz de Montreal], and then we go and play all the festivals in Europe in August. September/October will be another U.S. tour, and November/December, we go back and do the clubs in Europe. We are able to demo material backstage and in the bus, so we're doing everything at once — constant touring and writing." On whether the direction of the band's new music is evident at this point: Michel: "Not yet. Chewy [guitarist Daniel Mongrain] just started to put down ideas on his laptop, and we're going to build from there. But the reception from 'The Wake' is just so amazing that we feel confident that it's a good path to follow — this fusion/thrash metal thing." "The Wake"VOIVOD's fourteenth studio album — was released in September via Century Media Records. The record was tracked and mixed by Francis Perron at RadicArt Recording Studio in Canada, while the artwork was once again created by Langevin.

[post_excerpt] => Prior to VOIVOD's performance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 5, drummer Michel "Away" Langevin spoke with Michael Nagy of KJAG Radio and Jag TV. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the key to the band's success: Michel: "Perseverance. It's 36 years of working hard on the band, and it's paying off. We have a great momentum right now." On overcoming band member turnover: Michel: "Every time, it's a tough challenge, and we sort of have to start over again, even though the name is pretty well-known. The challenge is to adapt to the newest members musically, but it's exciting and refreshing." On the concept behind the group's latest album, 2018's "The Wake": Michel: "It's some ancient entity dormant under the sea that's been awakened purposely, and then changes everything on Earth socially. It's just a big change, a big awakening for this planet. The message is always about Earth, but it's about the destruction of this planet, but it's true sort of sci-fi folk tales in a way. It's always related to what's going on, but it's in a science-fiction type of setting." On the band's recently completed tour with YOB and AMENRA: Michel: "It's really amazing. It's very well-attended. It's a blast everywhere, because even though VOIVOD is a pretty established band, we don't get to play the old American theaters like we do on this tour. We usually play smaller clubs, so it's been an amazing experience. Plus, the three bands, we get along amazingly, so we're just surfing on it... We have a lot of respect from promoters and the other bands. It's just an amazing tour. It's too bad that it's so short." On his favorite VOIVOD album artwork: Michel: "The first album, I'm very proud of. It was my first professional painting, so I think I was able to represent the music and the lyrics properly in the Cold War era. I think 'War And Pain' would be the one that I'm the most proud of, probably." On the band's upcoming plans: Michel: "We are writing a new album right now on the road, but it's just that the year is booked very solid. After this U.S. tour, we are playing the Maryland Deathfest in May, and after that, we are playing the Jazz Fest [Festival International de Jazz de Montreal], and then we go and play all the festivals in Europe in August. September/October will be another U.S. tour, and November/December, we go back and do the clubs in Europe. We are able to demo material backstage and in the bus, so we're doing everything at once — constant touring and writing." On whether the direction of the band's new music is evident at this point: Michel: "Not yet. Chewy [guitarist Daniel Mongrain] just started to put down ideas on his laptop, and we're going to build from there. But the reception from 'The Wake' is just so amazing that we feel confident that it's a good path to follow — this fusion/thrash metal thing." "The Wake"VOIVOD's fourteenth studio album — was released in September via Century Media Records. The record was tracked and mixed by Francis Perron at RadicArt Recording Studio in Canada, while the artwork was once again created by Langevin.
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Array ( [post_title] => VOIVOD Drummer: 'We Are Writing A New Album Right Now On The Road' [post_content] => Prior to VOIVOD's performance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 5, drummer Michel "Away" Langevin spoke with Michael Nagy of KJAG Radio and Jag TV. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the key to the band's success: Michel: "Perseverance. It's 36 years of working hard on the band, and it's paying off. We have a great momentum right now." On overcoming band member turnover: Michel: "Every time, it's a tough challenge, and we sort of have to start over again, even though the name is pretty well-known. The challenge is to adapt to the newest members musically, but it's exciting and refreshing." On the concept behind the group's latest album, 2018's "The Wake": Michel: "It's some ancient entity dormant under the sea that's been awakened purposely, and then changes everything on Earth socially. It's just a big change, a big awakening for this planet. The message is always about Earth, but it's about the destruction of this planet, but it's true sort of sci-fi folk tales in a way. It's always related to what's going on, but it's in a science-fiction type of setting." On the band's recently completed tour with YOB and AMENRA: Michel: "It's really amazing. It's very well-attended. It's a blast everywhere, because even though VOIVOD is a pretty established band, we don't get to play the old American theaters like we do on this tour. We usually play smaller clubs, so it's been an amazing experience. Plus, the three bands, we get along amazingly, so we're just surfing on it... We have a lot of respect from promoters and the other bands. It's just an amazing tour. It's too bad that it's so short." On his favorite VOIVOD album artwork: Michel: "The first album, I'm very proud of. It was my first professional painting, so I think I was able to represent the music and the lyrics properly in the Cold War era. I think 'War And Pain' would be the one that I'm the most proud of, probably." On the band's upcoming plans: Michel: "We are writing a new album right now on the road, but it's just that the year is booked very solid. After this U.S. tour, we are playing the Maryland Deathfest in May, and after that, we are playing the Jazz Fest [Festival International de Jazz de Montreal], and then we go and play all the festivals in Europe in August. September/October will be another U.S. tour, and November/December, we go back and do the clubs in Europe. We are able to demo material backstage and in the bus, so we're doing everything at once — constant touring and writing." On whether the direction of the band's new music is evident at this point: Michel: "Not yet. Chewy [guitarist Daniel Mongrain] just started to put down ideas on his laptop, and we're going to build from there. But the reception from 'The Wake' is just so amazing that we feel confident that it's a good path to follow — this fusion/thrash metal thing." "The Wake"VOIVOD's fourteenth studio album — was released in September via Century Media Records. The record was tracked and mixed by Francis Perron at RadicArt Recording Studio in Canada, while the artwork was once again created by Langevin.

[post_excerpt] => Prior to VOIVOD's performance in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 5, drummer Michel "Away" Langevin spoke with Michael Nagy of KJAG Radio and Jag TV. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the key to the band's success: Michel: "Perseverance. It's 36 years of working hard on the band, and it's paying off. We have a great momentum right now." On overcoming band member turnover: Michel: "Every time, it's a tough challenge, and we sort of have to start over again, even though the name is pretty well-known. The challenge is to adapt to the newest members musically, but it's exciting and refreshing." On the concept behind the group's latest album, 2018's "The Wake": Michel: "It's some ancient entity dormant under the sea that's been awakened purposely, and then changes everything on Earth socially. It's just a big change, a big awakening for this planet. The message is always about Earth, but it's about the destruction of this planet, but it's true sort of sci-fi folk tales in a way. It's always related to what's going on, but it's in a science-fiction type of setting." On the band's recently completed tour with YOB and AMENRA: Michel: "It's really amazing. It's very well-attended. It's a blast everywhere, because even though VOIVOD is a pretty established band, we don't get to play the old American theaters like we do on this tour. We usually play smaller clubs, so it's been an amazing experience. Plus, the three bands, we get along amazingly, so we're just surfing on it... We have a lot of respect from promoters and the other bands. It's just an amazing tour. It's too bad that it's so short." On his favorite VOIVOD album artwork: Michel: "The first album, I'm very proud of. It was my first professional painting, so I think I was able to represent the music and the lyrics properly in the Cold War era. I think 'War And Pain' would be the one that I'm the most proud of, probably." On the band's upcoming plans: Michel: "We are writing a new album right now on the road, but it's just that the year is booked very solid. After this U.S. tour, we are playing the Maryland Deathfest in May, and after that, we are playing the Jazz Fest [Festival International de Jazz de Montreal], and then we go and play all the festivals in Europe in August. September/October will be another U.S. tour, and November/December, we go back and do the clubs in Europe. We are able to demo material backstage and in the bus, so we're doing everything at once — constant touring and writing." On whether the direction of the band's new music is evident at this point: Michel: "Not yet. Chewy [guitarist Daniel Mongrain] just started to put down ideas on his laptop, and we're going to build from there. But the reception from 'The Wake' is just so amazing that we feel confident that it's a good path to follow — this fusion/thrash metal thing." "The Wake"VOIVOD's fourteenth studio album — was released in September via Century Media Records. The record was tracked and mixed by Francis Perron at RadicArt Recording Studio in Canada, while the artwork was once again created by Langevin.
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QUEENSRŸCHE Singer Thinks 'The Verdict' Is 'A Great Representation Of Where The Band Is Creatively Today'

Array ( [post_title] => QUEENSRŸCHE Singer Thinks 'The Verdict' Is 'A Great Representation Of Where The Band Is Creatively Today' [post_content] => QUEENSRŸCHE frontman Todd La Torre recently spoke with TNT Radio Rock. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's new album, "The Verdict": Todd: "We all wrote together as a band and came up with what we feel is a really good album, and a great representation of where the band is creatively today. The [recording] process was a really good process, and I think it's pretty evident in what this new record sounds like... I think it's a really great album for where we are today. I think it's a good evolution of the band since the last two records. I don't think it's a continuation of 'Condition Hüman', but I think it's just a natural progression. Overall, it's a rather dark album, but I think it's going to be one of those albums that deserves to be among the more favored albums within the discography." On the album's musical direction: Todd: "There are some faster songs on the record. Overall, it still has the diversity of a QUEENSRŸCHE album, but I think it's a heavier album for the band... As we were writing the songs, you come across certain parts of songs that need to change. As you're creating those parts, because we're all working together, we come up with interesting ideas — 'How can we make the song flow, but still have some interesting changes in the music that's progressive and fun?'" On whether he's "satisfied" with the album: Todd: "We're all very satisfied with the record. We were all happy with the first record I did with the band. We were even more pleased with 'Condition Hüman'. We are equally, if not more, pleased with this record. It's a really fun album to listen to — it's not too short; it's not too long; it's heavy; it's slow; it's dark; it's moody. It has all of those things that we were hoping that it would have when the record was finally completed, and you get to listen to the album as one full play instead of just having one song here, and then you write another song and you're not really sure how the album will be as a whole. Once the record was completed and you get to listen to it from beginning to end, it's a really fun record to listen to, and we're all very, very pleased with the outcome." On drummer Scott Rockenfield: Todd: "I don't really know what he's up to, because I don't talk to him. Casey Grillo has been playing with us for almost two years live as the touring drummer, and he's done a really great job. He fits right in with all of us, and the fans seem to really embrace his efforts and contributions to the band. Everything is really doing well. I know, on the outside, it looks a little chaotic to not have the drummer on the album, but there's nothing we can do. We can't force him to play if he doesn't want to play. I did all the drums on the demos, and I've contributed to a lot of drum parts since I joined the band, so it just made sense that I would be the guy that would play it in the studio since I crafted all the parts and played the drums on the demos. It was just the easiest, most logical thing to do and made the most sense." On his previous drum contributions to QUEENSRŸCHE: Todd: "When I joined the band, they all knew that I was a drummer. When we were writing songs for the 2013 record, while Scott's working on some songs, the guys would send me their other songs and asked if I would put drums to it. With Scott's approval and endorsement, I started writing drum parts for a lot of those songs. I did the same thing with 'Condition Hüman'. There were some times where Scott played what I wrote on the demos, and then there's other stuff that I didn't have anything to do with, and he did his own thing. Then there's other things where maybe he took something of what I did and then did his own thing on top of that, or used what I did as a foundation. I've been creating drum parts for a lot of the songs for the other two albums, and since he wasn't a part of this album, I did all of them. Honestly, it's nothing new — I've been doing this for seven years with the band." "The Verdict" was released on March 1 via Century Media Records. The disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington.

[post_excerpt] => QUEENSRŸCHE frontman Todd La Torre recently spoke with TNT Radio Rock. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's new album, "The Verdict": Todd: "We all wrote together as a band and came up with what we feel is a really good album, and a great representation of where the band is creatively today. The [recording] process was a really good process, and I think it's pretty evident in what this new record sounds like... I think it's a really great album for where we are today. I think it's a good evolution of the band since the last two records. I don't think it's a continuation of 'Condition Hüman', but I think it's just a natural progression. Overall, it's a rather dark album, but I think it's going to be one of those albums that deserves to be among the more favored albums within the discography." On the album's musical direction: Todd: "There are some faster songs on the record. Overall, it still has the diversity of a QUEENSRŸCHE album, but I think it's a heavier album for the band... As we were writing the songs, you come across certain parts of songs that need to change. As you're creating those parts, because we're all working together, we come up with interesting ideas — 'How can we make the song flow, but still have some interesting changes in the music that's progressive and fun?'" On whether he's "satisfied" with the album: Todd: "We're all very satisfied with the record. We were all happy with the first record I did with the band. We were even more pleased with 'Condition Hüman'. We are equally, if not more, pleased with this record. It's a really fun album to listen to — it's not too short; it's not too long; it's heavy; it's slow; it's dark; it's moody. It has all of those things that we were hoping that it would have when the record was finally completed, and you get to listen to the album as one full play instead of just having one song here, and then you write another song and you're not really sure how the album will be as a whole. Once the record was completed and you get to listen to it from beginning to end, it's a really fun record to listen to, and we're all very, very pleased with the outcome." On drummer Scott Rockenfield: Todd: "I don't really know what he's up to, because I don't talk to him. Casey Grillo has been playing with us for almost two years live as the touring drummer, and he's done a really great job. He fits right in with all of us, and the fans seem to really embrace his efforts and contributions to the band. Everything is really doing well. I know, on the outside, it looks a little chaotic to not have the drummer on the album, but there's nothing we can do. We can't force him to play if he doesn't want to play. I did all the drums on the demos, and I've contributed to a lot of drum parts since I joined the band, so it just made sense that I would be the guy that would play it in the studio since I crafted all the parts and played the drums on the demos. It was just the easiest, most logical thing to do and made the most sense." On his previous drum contributions to QUEENSRŸCHE: Todd: "When I joined the band, they all knew that I was a drummer. When we were writing songs for the 2013 record, while Scott's working on some songs, the guys would send me their other songs and asked if I would put drums to it. With Scott's approval and endorsement, I started writing drum parts for a lot of those songs. I did the same thing with 'Condition Hüman'. There were some times where Scott played what I wrote on the demos, and then there's other stuff that I didn't have anything to do with, and he did his own thing. Then there's other things where maybe he took something of what I did and then did his own thing on top of that, or used what I did as a foundation. I've been creating drum parts for a lot of the songs for the other two albums, and since he wasn't a part of this album, I did all of them. Honestly, it's nothing new — I've been doing this for seven years with the band." "The Verdict" was released on March 1 via Century Media Records. The disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington.
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Array ( [post_title] => QUEENSRŸCHE Singer Thinks 'The Verdict' Is 'A Great Representation Of Where The Band Is Creatively Today' [post_content] => QUEENSRŸCHE frontman Todd La Torre recently spoke with TNT Radio Rock. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's new album, "The Verdict": Todd: "We all wrote together as a band and came up with what we feel is a really good album, and a great representation of where the band is creatively today. The [recording] process was a really good process, and I think it's pretty evident in what this new record sounds like... I think it's a really great album for where we are today. I think it's a good evolution of the band since the last two records. I don't think it's a continuation of 'Condition Hüman', but I think it's just a natural progression. Overall, it's a rather dark album, but I think it's going to be one of those albums that deserves to be among the more favored albums within the discography." On the album's musical direction: Todd: "There are some faster songs on the record. Overall, it still has the diversity of a QUEENSRŸCHE album, but I think it's a heavier album for the band... As we were writing the songs, you come across certain parts of songs that need to change. As you're creating those parts, because we're all working together, we come up with interesting ideas — 'How can we make the song flow, but still have some interesting changes in the music that's progressive and fun?'" On whether he's "satisfied" with the album: Todd: "We're all very satisfied with the record. We were all happy with the first record I did with the band. We were even more pleased with 'Condition Hüman'. We are equally, if not more, pleased with this record. It's a really fun album to listen to — it's not too short; it's not too long; it's heavy; it's slow; it's dark; it's moody. It has all of those things that we were hoping that it would have when the record was finally completed, and you get to listen to the album as one full play instead of just having one song here, and then you write another song and you're not really sure how the album will be as a whole. Once the record was completed and you get to listen to it from beginning to end, it's a really fun record to listen to, and we're all very, very pleased with the outcome." On drummer Scott Rockenfield: Todd: "I don't really know what he's up to, because I don't talk to him. Casey Grillo has been playing with us for almost two years live as the touring drummer, and he's done a really great job. He fits right in with all of us, and the fans seem to really embrace his efforts and contributions to the band. Everything is really doing well. I know, on the outside, it looks a little chaotic to not have the drummer on the album, but there's nothing we can do. We can't force him to play if he doesn't want to play. I did all the drums on the demos, and I've contributed to a lot of drum parts since I joined the band, so it just made sense that I would be the guy that would play it in the studio since I crafted all the parts and played the drums on the demos. It was just the easiest, most logical thing to do and made the most sense." On his previous drum contributions to QUEENSRŸCHE: Todd: "When I joined the band, they all knew that I was a drummer. When we were writing songs for the 2013 record, while Scott's working on some songs, the guys would send me their other songs and asked if I would put drums to it. With Scott's approval and endorsement, I started writing drum parts for a lot of those songs. I did the same thing with 'Condition Hüman'. There were some times where Scott played what I wrote on the demos, and then there's other stuff that I didn't have anything to do with, and he did his own thing. Then there's other things where maybe he took something of what I did and then did his own thing on top of that, or used what I did as a foundation. I've been creating drum parts for a lot of the songs for the other two albums, and since he wasn't a part of this album, I did all of them. Honestly, it's nothing new — I've been doing this for seven years with the band." "The Verdict" was released on March 1 via Century Media Records. The disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington.

[post_excerpt] => QUEENSRŸCHE frontman Todd La Torre recently spoke with TNT Radio Rock. The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the group's new album, "The Verdict": Todd: "We all wrote together as a band and came up with what we feel is a really good album, and a great representation of where the band is creatively today. The [recording] process was a really good process, and I think it's pretty evident in what this new record sounds like... I think it's a really great album for where we are today. I think it's a good evolution of the band since the last two records. I don't think it's a continuation of 'Condition Hüman', but I think it's just a natural progression. Overall, it's a rather dark album, but I think it's going to be one of those albums that deserves to be among the more favored albums within the discography." On the album's musical direction: Todd: "There are some faster songs on the record. Overall, it still has the diversity of a QUEENSRŸCHE album, but I think it's a heavier album for the band... As we were writing the songs, you come across certain parts of songs that need to change. As you're creating those parts, because we're all working together, we come up with interesting ideas — 'How can we make the song flow, but still have some interesting changes in the music that's progressive and fun?'" On whether he's "satisfied" with the album: Todd: "We're all very satisfied with the record. We were all happy with the first record I did with the band. We were even more pleased with 'Condition Hüman'. We are equally, if not more, pleased with this record. It's a really fun album to listen to — it's not too short; it's not too long; it's heavy; it's slow; it's dark; it's moody. It has all of those things that we were hoping that it would have when the record was finally completed, and you get to listen to the album as one full play instead of just having one song here, and then you write another song and you're not really sure how the album will be as a whole. Once the record was completed and you get to listen to it from beginning to end, it's a really fun record to listen to, and we're all very, very pleased with the outcome." On drummer Scott Rockenfield: Todd: "I don't really know what he's up to, because I don't talk to him. Casey Grillo has been playing with us for almost two years live as the touring drummer, and he's done a really great job. He fits right in with all of us, and the fans seem to really embrace his efforts and contributions to the band. Everything is really doing well. I know, on the outside, it looks a little chaotic to not have the drummer on the album, but there's nothing we can do. We can't force him to play if he doesn't want to play. I did all the drums on the demos, and I've contributed to a lot of drum parts since I joined the band, so it just made sense that I would be the guy that would play it in the studio since I crafted all the parts and played the drums on the demos. It was just the easiest, most logical thing to do and made the most sense." On his previous drum contributions to QUEENSRŸCHE: Todd: "When I joined the band, they all knew that I was a drummer. When we were writing songs for the 2013 record, while Scott's working on some songs, the guys would send me their other songs and asked if I would put drums to it. With Scott's approval and endorsement, I started writing drum parts for a lot of those songs. I did the same thing with 'Condition Hüman'. There were some times where Scott played what I wrote on the demos, and then there's other stuff that I didn't have anything to do with, and he did his own thing. Then there's other things where maybe he took something of what I did and then did his own thing on top of that, or used what I did as a foundation. I've been creating drum parts for a lot of the songs for the other two albums, and since he wasn't a part of this album, I did all of them. Honestly, it's nothing new — I've been doing this for seven years with the band." "The Verdict" was released on March 1 via Century Media Records. The disc was produced, mixed, and mastered by Chris "Zeuss" Harris (ROB ZOMBIE, ICED EARTH, HATEBREED) at Uberbeatz in Lynwood, Washington; Planet-Z in Wilbraham, Massachusetts; and Watershed Studio in Seattle, Washington.
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NEW YEARS DAY Vocalist Talks Mixing Pop And Metal On New Album 'Unbreakable': 'I Wanted To Experiment'

Array ( [post_title] => NEW YEARS DAY Vocalist Talks Mixing Pop And Metal On New Album 'Unbreakable': 'I Wanted To Experiment' [post_content] => Vocalist Ash Costello and guitarist Nikki Misery of NEW YEARS DAY recently spoke with James Wilson-Taylor of the British magazine Rock Sound. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the inspiration behind the title of the group's new album, "Unbreakable": Ash: "I don't do do album artwork, album theme or album title until the album's written. I know this sounds very hippie at heart, but I like the album to kind of tell me what it wants to look like [and] tell me what it wants to be called. Once the songs were done and chosen, we put them in order, or at least the order we thought would be a good start, and then kind of listened to the message and what it's saying. It was very obvious right away — I was, like, 'Unbreakable'. It told me." On the album's more "pop-metal" direction: Ash: "It came very early in the writing process. I had requested to work with more pop writers and metal writers, because in the past, we had never written with pop writers. I wanted to experiment. I wanted to write the kind of music that I was desiring to listen to. I love heavy metal music, but sometimes the vocals leave a lot to be desired for me. I wanted something very melodic and very catchy and very uplifting while the music was the heavy part. I experimented until we kind of got the mixture right, like a recipe, and now I'm very happy with the result. It's exactly what I wanted." On whether there were any artists from whom the band drew inspiration: Ash: "[R&B singer] Kehlani was my biggest influence." Nikki: "It's crazy — Kehlani and PANTERA was what we listened to a lot." Ash: "I remember when we wrote 'Shut Up', I showed the producer I was writing with Kehlani's 'Crazy'. It's so literal, and it's so sassy and powerfully bitchy, and I loved it. He goes, 'Okay — got it. I'm feeling this.' 'Shut Up' happened that day, just like that." On whether it was difficult to achieve the desired musical balance: Ash: "There's a lot of songs that are on the cutting room floor. A lot of songs didn't make the record. I wouldn't know sometimes pretty early on in the song, or I'd let a song sit for a couple of weeks, and ten I got to the final say — 'Ehh, not feeling it. Next.' We just waited until it felt right." On how the band evolved in the four years since the release of their previous album, "Malevolence": Ash: "Around the time we were recording 'Malevolence' was the darkest time in my life, the band's life and all of our lives. For whatever reason, there was a lot of lessons that the world wanted to teach us at that time. It was a dark time period, [and] 'Malevolence' totally reflects that, but since then, we've had a lot of ups. We've built ourselves back up personally and as a band... We made it through it. We feel like we're stronger, better, happier than ever. That's why the album is reflecting that." On comparing new song "Come For Me" to NO DOUBT's "Hollaback Girl": Ash: "'Hollaback Girl' is fun, but it's a fight song. It's so bubbly and bouncy, but she's saying, 'Come fuckin' fight me...' I remember when we started to write that song, 'Hollaback Girl' was an inspiration, but actually, the song I played for the two writers that were with me at the time was [NO DOUBT's] 'Hella Good'. I said, 'I love this song. I love the structure of it.' It's one riff on repeat the entire song. That's how 'Come For Me' started. The guitar riff intro is the same guitar riff in the chorus, and that's what started getting the songwriting process going for that. I love its simplicity and its catchiness." On how the band's new musical direction will be reflected in their live performances: Ash: "It's going to be a mixture of headbanging and more theatrics. Less is more... I don't want to rely on headbanging through the whole set, so I'm trying to learn other things now... I feel like we've spent the past year being the support act, so we're really excited [about] upcoming headlining tours, to kind of stretch our legs and show what we have to offer as our own band and our own show." "Unbreakable" will be released on April 26 via RED Music. The disc was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT, BUTCHER BABIES) and Scott Stevens (AMERICAN AUTHORS, HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). The group kicks off a U.S. tour with FALLING IN REVERSE tonight (April 20) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

[post_excerpt] => Vocalist Ash Costello and guitarist Nikki Misery of NEW YEARS DAY recently spoke with James Wilson-Taylor of the British magazine Rock Sound. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the inspiration behind the title of the group's new album, "Unbreakable": Ash: "I don't do do album artwork, album theme or album title until the album's written. I know this sounds very hippie at heart, but I like the album to kind of tell me what it wants to look like [and] tell me what it wants to be called. Once the songs were done and chosen, we put them in order, or at least the order we thought would be a good start, and then kind of listened to the message and what it's saying. It was very obvious right away — I was, like, 'Unbreakable'. It told me." On the album's more "pop-metal" direction: Ash: "It came very early in the writing process. I had requested to work with more pop writers and metal writers, because in the past, we had never written with pop writers. I wanted to experiment. I wanted to write the kind of music that I was desiring to listen to. I love heavy metal music, but sometimes the vocals leave a lot to be desired for me. I wanted something very melodic and very catchy and very uplifting while the music was the heavy part. I experimented until we kind of got the mixture right, like a recipe, and now I'm very happy with the result. It's exactly what I wanted." On whether there were any artists from whom the band drew inspiration: Ash: "[R&B singer] Kehlani was my biggest influence." Nikki: "It's crazy — Kehlani and PANTERA was what we listened to a lot." Ash: "I remember when we wrote 'Shut Up', I showed the producer I was writing with Kehlani's 'Crazy'. It's so literal, and it's so sassy and powerfully bitchy, and I loved it. He goes, 'Okay — got it. I'm feeling this.' 'Shut Up' happened that day, just like that." On whether it was difficult to achieve the desired musical balance: Ash: "There's a lot of songs that are on the cutting room floor. A lot of songs didn't make the record. I wouldn't know sometimes pretty early on in the song, or I'd let a song sit for a couple of weeks, and ten I got to the final say — 'Ehh, not feeling it. Next.' We just waited until it felt right." On how the band evolved in the four years since the release of their previous album, "Malevolence": Ash: "Around the time we were recording 'Malevolence' was the darkest time in my life, the band's life and all of our lives. For whatever reason, there was a lot of lessons that the world wanted to teach us at that time. It was a dark time period, [and] 'Malevolence' totally reflects that, but since then, we've had a lot of ups. We've built ourselves back up personally and as a band... We made it through it. We feel like we're stronger, better, happier than ever. That's why the album is reflecting that." On comparing new song "Come For Me" to NO DOUBT's "Hollaback Girl": Ash: "'Hollaback Girl' is fun, but it's a fight song. It's so bubbly and bouncy, but she's saying, 'Come fuckin' fight me...' I remember when we started to write that song, 'Hollaback Girl' was an inspiration, but actually, the song I played for the two writers that were with me at the time was [NO DOUBT's] 'Hella Good'. I said, 'I love this song. I love the structure of it.' It's one riff on repeat the entire song. That's how 'Come For Me' started. The guitar riff intro is the same guitar riff in the chorus, and that's what started getting the songwriting process going for that. I love its simplicity and its catchiness." On how the band's new musical direction will be reflected in their live performances: Ash: "It's going to be a mixture of headbanging and more theatrics. Less is more... I don't want to rely on headbanging through the whole set, so I'm trying to learn other things now... I feel like we've spent the past year being the support act, so we're really excited [about] upcoming headlining tours, to kind of stretch our legs and show what we have to offer as our own band and our own show." "Unbreakable" will be released on April 26 via RED Music. The disc was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT, BUTCHER BABIES) and Scott Stevens (AMERICAN AUTHORS, HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). The group kicks off a U.S. tour with FALLING IN REVERSE tonight (April 20) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Replacing images : - ON Vocalist Ash Costello and guitarist Nikki Misery of NEW YEARS DAY recently spoke with James Wilson-Taylor of the British magazine Rock Sound. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the inspiration behind the title of the group's new album, "Unbreakable": Ash: "I don't do do album artwork, album theme or album title until the album's written. I know this sounds very hippie at heart, but I like the album to kind of tell me what it wants to look like [and] tell me what it wants to be called. Once the songs were done and chosen, we put them in order, or at least the order we thought would be a good start, and then kind of listened to the message and what it's saying. It was very obvious right away — I was, like, 'Unbreakable'. It told me." On the album's more "pop-metal" direction: Ash: "It came very early in the writing process. I had requested to work with more pop writers and metal writers, because in the past, we had never written with pop writers. I wanted to experiment. I wanted to write the kind of music that I was desiring to listen to. I love heavy metal music, but sometimes the vocals leave a lot to be desired for me. I wanted something very melodic and very catchy and very uplifting while the music was the heavy part. I experimented until we kind of got the mixture right, like a recipe, and now I'm very happy with the result. It's exactly what I wanted." On whether there were any artists from whom the band drew inspiration: Ash: "[R&B singer] Kehlani was my biggest influence." Nikki: "It's crazy — Kehlani and PANTERA was what we listened to a lot." Ash: "I remember when we wrote 'Shut Up', I showed the producer I was writing with Kehlani's 'Crazy'. It's so literal, and it's so sassy and powerfully bitchy, and I loved it. He goes, 'Okay — got it. I'm feeling this.' 'Shut Up' happened that day, just like that." On whether it was difficult to achieve the desired musical balance: Ash: "There's a lot of songs that are on the cutting room floor. A lot of songs didn't make the record. I wouldn't know sometimes pretty early on in the song, or I'd let a song sit for a couple of weeks, and ten I got to the final say — 'Ehh, not feeling it. Next.' We just waited until it felt right." On how the band evolved in the four years since the release of their previous album, "Malevolence": Ash: "Around the time we were recording 'Malevolence' was the darkest time in my life, the band's life and all of our lives. For whatever reason, there was a lot of lessons that the world wanted to teach us at that time. It was a dark time period, [and] 'Malevolence' totally reflects that, but since then, we've had a lot of ups. We've built ourselves back up personally and as a band... We made it through it. We feel like we're stronger, better, happier than ever. That's why the album is reflecting that." On comparing new song "Come For Me" to NO DOUBT's "Hollaback Girl": Ash: "'Hollaback Girl' is fun, but it's a fight song. It's so bubbly and bouncy, but she's saying, 'Come fuckin' fight me...' I remember when we started to write that song, 'Hollaback Girl' was an inspiration, but actually, the song I played for the two writers that were with me at the time was [NO DOUBT's] 'Hella Good'. I said, 'I love this song. I love the structure of it.' It's one riff on repeat the entire song. That's how 'Come For Me' started. The guitar riff intro is the same guitar riff in the chorus, and that's what started getting the songwriting process going for that. I love its simplicity and its catchiness." On how the band's new musical direction will be reflected in their live performances: Ash: "It's going to be a mixture of headbanging and more theatrics. Less is more... I don't want to rely on headbanging through the whole set, so I'm trying to learn other things now... I feel like we've spent the past year being the support act, so we're really excited [about] upcoming headlining tours, to kind of stretch our legs and show what we have to offer as our own band and our own show." "Unbreakable" will be released on April 26 via RED Music. The disc was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT, BUTCHER BABIES) and Scott Stevens (AMERICAN AUTHORS, HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). The group kicks off a U.S. tour with FALLING IN REVERSE tonight (April 20) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Array ( [post_title] => NEW YEARS DAY Vocalist Talks Mixing Pop And Metal On New Album 'Unbreakable': 'I Wanted To Experiment' [post_content] => Vocalist Ash Costello and guitarist Nikki Misery of NEW YEARS DAY recently spoke with James Wilson-Taylor of the British magazine Rock Sound. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the inspiration behind the title of the group's new album, "Unbreakable": Ash: "I don't do do album artwork, album theme or album title until the album's written. I know this sounds very hippie at heart, but I like the album to kind of tell me what it wants to look like [and] tell me what it wants to be called. Once the songs were done and chosen, we put them in order, or at least the order we thought would be a good start, and then kind of listened to the message and what it's saying. It was very obvious right away — I was, like, 'Unbreakable'. It told me." On the album's more "pop-metal" direction: Ash: "It came very early in the writing process. I had requested to work with more pop writers and metal writers, because in the past, we had never written with pop writers. I wanted to experiment. I wanted to write the kind of music that I was desiring to listen to. I love heavy metal music, but sometimes the vocals leave a lot to be desired for me. I wanted something very melodic and very catchy and very uplifting while the music was the heavy part. I experimented until we kind of got the mixture right, like a recipe, and now I'm very happy with the result. It's exactly what I wanted." On whether there were any artists from whom the band drew inspiration: Ash: "[R&B singer] Kehlani was my biggest influence." Nikki: "It's crazy — Kehlani and PANTERA was what we listened to a lot." Ash: "I remember when we wrote 'Shut Up', I showed the producer I was writing with Kehlani's 'Crazy'. It's so literal, and it's so sassy and powerfully bitchy, and I loved it. He goes, 'Okay — got it. I'm feeling this.' 'Shut Up' happened that day, just like that." On whether it was difficult to achieve the desired musical balance: Ash: "There's a lot of songs that are on the cutting room floor. A lot of songs didn't make the record. I wouldn't know sometimes pretty early on in the song, or I'd let a song sit for a couple of weeks, and ten I got to the final say — 'Ehh, not feeling it. Next.' We just waited until it felt right." On how the band evolved in the four years since the release of their previous album, "Malevolence": Ash: "Around the time we were recording 'Malevolence' was the darkest time in my life, the band's life and all of our lives. For whatever reason, there was a lot of lessons that the world wanted to teach us at that time. It was a dark time period, [and] 'Malevolence' totally reflects that, but since then, we've had a lot of ups. We've built ourselves back up personally and as a band... We made it through it. We feel like we're stronger, better, happier than ever. That's why the album is reflecting that." On comparing new song "Come For Me" to NO DOUBT's "Hollaback Girl": Ash: "'Hollaback Girl' is fun, but it's a fight song. It's so bubbly and bouncy, but she's saying, 'Come fuckin' fight me...' I remember when we started to write that song, 'Hollaback Girl' was an inspiration, but actually, the song I played for the two writers that were with me at the time was [NO DOUBT's] 'Hella Good'. I said, 'I love this song. I love the structure of it.' It's one riff on repeat the entire song. That's how 'Come For Me' started. The guitar riff intro is the same guitar riff in the chorus, and that's what started getting the songwriting process going for that. I love its simplicity and its catchiness." On how the band's new musical direction will be reflected in their live performances: Ash: "It's going to be a mixture of headbanging and more theatrics. Less is more... I don't want to rely on headbanging through the whole set, so I'm trying to learn other things now... I feel like we've spent the past year being the support act, so we're really excited [about] upcoming headlining tours, to kind of stretch our legs and show what we have to offer as our own band and our own show." "Unbreakable" will be released on April 26 via RED Music. The disc was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT, BUTCHER BABIES) and Scott Stevens (AMERICAN AUTHORS, HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). The group kicks off a U.S. tour with FALLING IN REVERSE tonight (April 20) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

[post_excerpt] => Vocalist Ash Costello and guitarist Nikki Misery of NEW YEARS DAY recently spoke with James Wilson-Taylor of the British magazine Rock Sound. The full conversation can be seen below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the inspiration behind the title of the group's new album, "Unbreakable": Ash: "I don't do do album artwork, album theme or album title until the album's written. I know this sounds very hippie at heart, but I like the album to kind of tell me what it wants to look like [and] tell me what it wants to be called. Once the songs were done and chosen, we put them in order, or at least the order we thought would be a good start, and then kind of listened to the message and what it's saying. It was very obvious right away — I was, like, 'Unbreakable'. It told me." On the album's more "pop-metal" direction: Ash: "It came very early in the writing process. I had requested to work with more pop writers and metal writers, because in the past, we had never written with pop writers. I wanted to experiment. I wanted to write the kind of music that I was desiring to listen to. I love heavy metal music, but sometimes the vocals leave a lot to be desired for me. I wanted something very melodic and very catchy and very uplifting while the music was the heavy part. I experimented until we kind of got the mixture right, like a recipe, and now I'm very happy with the result. It's exactly what I wanted." On whether there were any artists from whom the band drew inspiration: Ash: "[R&B singer] Kehlani was my biggest influence." Nikki: "It's crazy — Kehlani and PANTERA was what we listened to a lot." Ash: "I remember when we wrote 'Shut Up', I showed the producer I was writing with Kehlani's 'Crazy'. It's so literal, and it's so sassy and powerfully bitchy, and I loved it. He goes, 'Okay — got it. I'm feeling this.' 'Shut Up' happened that day, just like that." On whether it was difficult to achieve the desired musical balance: Ash: "There's a lot of songs that are on the cutting room floor. A lot of songs didn't make the record. I wouldn't know sometimes pretty early on in the song, or I'd let a song sit for a couple of weeks, and ten I got to the final say — 'Ehh, not feeling it. Next.' We just waited until it felt right." On how the band evolved in the four years since the release of their previous album, "Malevolence": Ash: "Around the time we were recording 'Malevolence' was the darkest time in my life, the band's life and all of our lives. For whatever reason, there was a lot of lessons that the world wanted to teach us at that time. It was a dark time period, [and] 'Malevolence' totally reflects that, but since then, we've had a lot of ups. We've built ourselves back up personally and as a band... We made it through it. We feel like we're stronger, better, happier than ever. That's why the album is reflecting that." On comparing new song "Come For Me" to NO DOUBT's "Hollaback Girl": Ash: "'Hollaback Girl' is fun, but it's a fight song. It's so bubbly and bouncy, but she's saying, 'Come fuckin' fight me...' I remember when we started to write that song, 'Hollaback Girl' was an inspiration, but actually, the song I played for the two writers that were with me at the time was [NO DOUBT's] 'Hella Good'. I said, 'I love this song. I love the structure of it.' It's one riff on repeat the entire song. That's how 'Come For Me' started. The guitar riff intro is the same guitar riff in the chorus, and that's what started getting the songwriting process going for that. I love its simplicity and its catchiness." On how the band's new musical direction will be reflected in their live performances: Ash: "It's going to be a mixture of headbanging and more theatrics. Less is more... I don't want to rely on headbanging through the whole set, so I'm trying to learn other things now... I feel like we've spent the past year being the support act, so we're really excited [about] upcoming headlining tours, to kind of stretch our legs and show what we have to offer as our own band and our own show." "Unbreakable" will be released on April 26 via RED Music. The disc was produced by Mitchell Marlow (ALL THAT REMAINS, IN THIS MOMENT, BUTCHER BABIES) and Scott Stevens (AMERICAN AUTHORS, HALESTORM, SHINEDOWN). The group kicks off a U.S. tour with FALLING IN REVERSE tonight (April 20) in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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STITCHED UP HEART Frontwoman: BLABBERMOUTH.NET Commenters 'Can Be Mean'

Array ( [post_title] => STITCHED UP HEART Frontwoman: BLABBERMOUTH.NET Commenters 'Can Be Mean' [post_content] => STITCHED UP HEART singer Alecia "Mixi" Demner spoke to Central Mo News about the reaction from BLABBERMOUTH.NET commenters to the band's latest single, "Lost". "All I read was all the boob stuff," she said (hear audio below). "Blabbermouth and their comments are hilarious. And I didn't see it until [James] Decker, our drummer, pointed it out. And I was, like, 'Oh my God!' They can be mean. They can be brutal. So I'm gonna go check out and see what they said. I'm sure there's bad ones in there. But I had to repost it. I was getting out a kick out of it." She added: "I don't have boobs. I wear a padded bra and try to pretend. But, you know…" "Lost", which features a guest appearance by GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna, will be included on STITCHED UP HEART's forthcoming sophomore album, tentatively titled "Darkness". The 13-song follow-up to 2016's "Never Alone" was produced by produced by Matt Good of FROM FIRST TO LAST and D.R.U.G.S. Demner performed as a vocalist in various bands before starting STITCHED UP HEART in 2010. She previously told Spokesman.com that her influences are appropriately and wildly eclectic: PANTERA, GLASSJAW, DEFTONES, Louis Armstrong. "I really like mixing those elements," Demner said, "the heavy, drop-tuned guitars with something that catches your attention and that you can remember." STITCHED UP HEART is in the middle of a five-date U.S. run with GODSMACK and VOLBEAT. Photo credit: Jeremy Saffer

[post_excerpt] => STITCHED UP HEART singer Alecia "Mixi" Demner spoke to Central Mo News about the reaction from BLABBERMOUTH.NET commenters to the band's latest single, "Lost". "All I read was all the boob stuff," she said (hear audio below). "Blabbermouth and their comments are hilarious. And I didn't see it until [James] Decker, our drummer, pointed it out. And I was, like, 'Oh my God!' They can be mean. They can be brutal. So I'm gonna go check out and see what they said. I'm sure there's bad ones in there. But I had to repost it. I was getting out a kick out of it." She added: "I don't have boobs. I wear a padded bra and try to pretend. But, you know…" "Lost", which features a guest appearance by GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna, will be included on STITCHED UP HEART's forthcoming sophomore album, tentatively titled "Darkness". The 13-song follow-up to 2016's "Never Alone" was produced by produced by Matt Good of FROM FIRST TO LAST and D.R.U.G.S. Demner performed as a vocalist in various bands before starting STITCHED UP HEART in 2010. She previously told Spokesman.com that her influences are appropriately and wildly eclectic: PANTERA, GLASSJAW, DEFTONES, Louis Armstrong. "I really like mixing those elements," Demner said, "the heavy, drop-tuned guitars with something that catches your attention and that you can remember." STITCHED UP HEART is in the middle of a five-date U.S. run with GODSMACK and VOLBEAT. Photo credit: Jeremy Saffer
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[post_excerpt] => STITCHED UP HEART singer Alecia "Mixi" Demner spoke to Central Mo News about the reaction from BLABBERMOUTH.NET commenters to the band's latest single, "Lost". "All I read was all the boob stuff," she said (hear audio below). "Blabbermouth and their comments are hilarious. And I didn't see it until [James] Decker, our drummer, pointed it out. And I was, like, 'Oh my God!' They can be mean. They can be brutal. So I'm gonna go check out and see what they said. I'm sure there's bad ones in there. But I had to repost it. I was getting out a kick out of it." She added: "I don't have boobs. I wear a padded bra and try to pretend. But, you know…" "Lost", which features a guest appearance by GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna, will be included on STITCHED UP HEART's forthcoming sophomore album, tentatively titled "Darkness". The 13-song follow-up to 2016's "Never Alone" was produced by produced by Matt Good of FROM FIRST TO LAST and D.R.U.G.S. Demner performed as a vocalist in various bands before starting STITCHED UP HEART in 2010. She previously told Spokesman.com that her influences are appropriately and wildly eclectic: PANTERA, GLASSJAW, DEFTONES, Louis Armstrong. "I really like mixing those elements," Demner said, "the heavy, drop-tuned guitars with something that catches your attention and that you can remember." STITCHED UP HEART is in the middle of a five-date U.S. run with GODSMACK and VOLBEAT. Photo credit: Jeremy Saffer
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KISS's PAUL STANLEY: 'I Pursued Fame As A Way To Compensate For A Lot Of Insecurities'

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Array ( [post_title] => KISS's PAUL STANLEY: 'I Pursued Fame As A Way To Compensate For A Lot Of Insecurities' [post_content] => KISS frontman Paul Stanley will guest on the April 23 episode of "The Big Interview". The AXS TV program, which is on its seventh season, features interviews with some of entertainment's most influential artists. In a preview video below, Stanley talks to veteran TV journalist and host Dan Rather about his road to stardom and how fame shaped his perspective on life. "I pursued fame as a way to compensate for a lot of insecurities," Stanley said. "I was born deaf on my right side, and I had a birth defect. I had what's called a microtia, which is basically not having an ear, having a crumpled mass of cartilage. And I wasn't very socially adept. And when you have something physical that sets you apart from people, it makes you really the target of unrelenting scrutiny and sometimes ridicule. And, quite honestly, for me, the idea of becoming famous was a way to push it in people's faces and go, 'You see? You should have been nicer to me.' "I was fortunate enough to have success come to me, and realized that it didn't change anything," he continued. "So I was really blessed, because, at that point in your life, when you become famous, it's either a disappointment because it's not a remedy, and you either put a needle in your arm, a gun in your mouth, or you live life as a victim. And I'm not cut out for that. So I decided that I would spend my life or my time on self-exploration and trying to make myself a better person and see where that is going to take me. I was blessed to be a part of an idea to become the band we never saw, and that led me on a course that I'm still on today. Where it's taking me, God only knows." Stanley wrote about his early struggles with hearing in his 2014 autobiography, "Face The Music: A Life Exposed". Paul hid the deformity by growing his hair long, and worked through insecurities with a therapist. He received no support from his parents, who had his mentally ill older sister to contend with. Stanley wrote in his book that it took him decades into adulthood and plenty of therapy to help conquer his lack of self-esteem.

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JEFF PILSON On FOREIGNER: 'I'm Not Sure If There's Gonna Be A Whole Record Of New Material Again'

Array ( [post_title] => JEFF PILSON On FOREIGNER: 'I'm Not Sure If There's Gonna Be A Whole Record Of New Material Again' [post_content] => FOREIGNER bassist Jeff Pilson has confirmed that there are no plans for the band to make a new studio album anytime soon. "We have had new songs on various packages that we put out — we had two new songs out just a couple of years ago, on our 40th anniversary," he told the Rock 100.5 radio station in a new interview (hear audio below). "But we haven't had a whole new record of new material in 10 years. And honestly, I'm not sure if there's gonna be a whole new record of new material again. It kind of doesn't work that way anymore. It's kind of more a singles world. And it's pretty hard for us to pull up stakes and stop and record a whole record now, because we are a touring machine. But I think what you will continue to see from us is new songs and packages over the next few years." FOREIGNER's last album, "Can't Slow Down", was the only full-length collection of new songs to have been released by the band since singer Kelly Hansen took over vocals after original singer Lou Gramm left the band for good in 2002. The album entered the Billboard Top 30, driven by the radio singles "In Pieces" and "When It Comes To Love". The band also has released a series of live albums and compilations, including 2016's "In Concert: Unplugged" and 2017's "40". Hansen told The Rockpit that the process of making "Can't Slow Down" was "incredibly exhausting" and "a lot of hard work." He added: "It took up any empty time that we had and our energy, and it took huge amounts of money to complete that record. And the day that it was released, people were trading it for free on the Internet. That's really disappointing, when you know how much time and effort you put into something. "I would never say never, but from having had that experience, I think people who aren't musicians or trying to make a living as an artist will understand that it's just become the norm now — you don't pay for anything you just get it for free," he continued. "Or, even if you subscribe to a music service, the amount of cash that goes to the artist for a download or a stream is absolutely inconsequential. It means absolutely nothing to anybody. I'll give you an example. I had a large piece of a song, and I got a statement for my royalties, and it streamed 42,000 times, and I got 42 cents. That's indicative of the times." FOREIGNER's current lineup is rounded out by Mick Jones (guitar), Tom Gimbel (rhythm guitar, sax, vocals), Michael Bluestein (keyboards), Bruce Watson (guitar) and Chris Frazier (drums).

[post_excerpt] => FOREIGNER bassist Jeff Pilson has confirmed that there are no plans for the band to make a new studio album anytime soon. "We have had new songs on various packages that we put out — we had two new songs out just a couple of years ago, on our 40th anniversary," he told the Rock 100.5 radio station in a new interview (hear audio below). "But we haven't had a whole new record of new material in 10 years. And honestly, I'm not sure if there's gonna be a whole new record of new material again. It kind of doesn't work that way anymore. It's kind of more a singles world. And it's pretty hard for us to pull up stakes and stop and record a whole record now, because we are a touring machine. But I think what you will continue to see from us is new songs and packages over the next few years." FOREIGNER's last album, "Can't Slow Down", was the only full-length collection of new songs to have been released by the band since singer Kelly Hansen took over vocals after original singer Lou Gramm left the band for good in 2002. The album entered the Billboard Top 30, driven by the radio singles "In Pieces" and "When It Comes To Love". The band also has released a series of live albums and compilations, including 2016's "In Concert: Unplugged" and 2017's "40". Hansen told The Rockpit that the process of making "Can't Slow Down" was "incredibly exhausting" and "a lot of hard work." He added: "It took up any empty time that we had and our energy, and it took huge amounts of money to complete that record. And the day that it was released, people were trading it for free on the Internet. That's really disappointing, when you know how much time and effort you put into something. "I would never say never, but from having had that experience, I think people who aren't musicians or trying to make a living as an artist will understand that it's just become the norm now — you don't pay for anything you just get it for free," he continued. "Or, even if you subscribe to a music service, the amount of cash that goes to the artist for a download or a stream is absolutely inconsequential. It means absolutely nothing to anybody. I'll give you an example. I had a large piece of a song, and I got a statement for my royalties, and it streamed 42,000 times, and I got 42 cents. That's indicative of the times." FOREIGNER's current lineup is rounded out by Mick Jones (guitar), Tom Gimbel (rhythm guitar, sax, vocals), Michael Bluestein (keyboards), Bruce Watson (guitar) and Chris Frazier (drums).
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Array ( [post_title] => JEFF PILSON On FOREIGNER: 'I'm Not Sure If There's Gonna Be A Whole Record Of New Material Again' [post_content] => FOREIGNER bassist Jeff Pilson has confirmed that there are no plans for the band to make a new studio album anytime soon. "We have had new songs on various packages that we put out — we had two new songs out just a couple of years ago, on our 40th anniversary," he told the Rock 100.5 radio station in a new interview (hear audio below). "But we haven't had a whole new record of new material in 10 years. And honestly, I'm not sure if there's gonna be a whole new record of new material again. It kind of doesn't work that way anymore. It's kind of more a singles world. And it's pretty hard for us to pull up stakes and stop and record a whole record now, because we are a touring machine. But I think what you will continue to see from us is new songs and packages over the next few years." FOREIGNER's last album, "Can't Slow Down", was the only full-length collection of new songs to have been released by the band since singer Kelly Hansen took over vocals after original singer Lou Gramm left the band for good in 2002. The album entered the Billboard Top 30, driven by the radio singles "In Pieces" and "When It Comes To Love". The band also has released a series of live albums and compilations, including 2016's "In Concert: Unplugged" and 2017's "40". Hansen told The Rockpit that the process of making "Can't Slow Down" was "incredibly exhausting" and "a lot of hard work." He added: "It took up any empty time that we had and our energy, and it took huge amounts of money to complete that record. And the day that it was released, people were trading it for free on the Internet. That's really disappointing, when you know how much time and effort you put into something. "I would never say never, but from having had that experience, I think people who aren't musicians or trying to make a living as an artist will understand that it's just become the norm now — you don't pay for anything you just get it for free," he continued. "Or, even if you subscribe to a music service, the amount of cash that goes to the artist for a download or a stream is absolutely inconsequential. It means absolutely nothing to anybody. I'll give you an example. I had a large piece of a song, and I got a statement for my royalties, and it streamed 42,000 times, and I got 42 cents. That's indicative of the times." FOREIGNER's current lineup is rounded out by Mick Jones (guitar), Tom Gimbel (rhythm guitar, sax, vocals), Michael Bluestein (keyboards), Bruce Watson (guitar) and Chris Frazier (drums).

[post_excerpt] => FOREIGNER bassist Jeff Pilson has confirmed that there are no plans for the band to make a new studio album anytime soon. "We have had new songs on various packages that we put out — we had two new songs out just a couple of years ago, on our 40th anniversary," he told the Rock 100.5 radio station in a new interview (hear audio below). "But we haven't had a whole new record of new material in 10 years. And honestly, I'm not sure if there's gonna be a whole new record of new material again. It kind of doesn't work that way anymore. It's kind of more a singles world. And it's pretty hard for us to pull up stakes and stop and record a whole record now, because we are a touring machine. But I think what you will continue to see from us is new songs and packages over the next few years." FOREIGNER's last album, "Can't Slow Down", was the only full-length collection of new songs to have been released by the band since singer Kelly Hansen took over vocals after original singer Lou Gramm left the band for good in 2002. The album entered the Billboard Top 30, driven by the radio singles "In Pieces" and "When It Comes To Love". The band also has released a series of live albums and compilations, including 2016's "In Concert: Unplugged" and 2017's "40". Hansen told The Rockpit that the process of making "Can't Slow Down" was "incredibly exhausting" and "a lot of hard work." He added: "It took up any empty time that we had and our energy, and it took huge amounts of money to complete that record. And the day that it was released, people were trading it for free on the Internet. That's really disappointing, when you know how much time and effort you put into something. "I would never say never, but from having had that experience, I think people who aren't musicians or trying to make a living as an artist will understand that it's just become the norm now — you don't pay for anything you just get it for free," he continued. "Or, even if you subscribe to a music service, the amount of cash that goes to the artist for a download or a stream is absolutely inconsequential. It means absolutely nothing to anybody. I'll give you an example. I had a large piece of a song, and I got a statement for my royalties, and it streamed 42,000 times, and I got 42 cents. That's indicative of the times." FOREIGNER's current lineup is rounded out by Mick Jones (guitar), Tom Gimbel (rhythm guitar, sax, vocals), Michael Bluestein (keyboards), Bruce Watson (guitar) and Chris Frazier (drums).
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NIKKI SIXX Fires Back At 'Washed-Up,' 'Small-Career People' For 'Coming Out Of The Woodwork' Around MÖTLEY CRÜE Biopic Release

Array ( [post_title] => NIKKI SIXX Fires Back At 'Washed-Up,' 'Small-Career People' For 'Coming Out Of The Woodwork' Around MÖTLEY CRÜE Biopic Release [post_content] => Nikki Sixx has fired back at "washed-up," "small-career people" for "coming out of the woodwork" following the release of MÖTLEY CRÜE's biopic "The Dirt". The CRÜE bassist made his comments just a day after BLABBERMOUTH.NET reported that former OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Jake E. Lee said in an interview that Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee wanted him to replace Mick Mars in MÖTLEY CRÜE. Jake also made the claim that a key detail in the now-legendary story about Ozzy Osbourne snorting ants while on tour with CRÜE was untrue. Additonally, Jake alleged that when CRÜE was opening for Ozzy back in 1984, Mars called him a "slant-eyed Japanese bastard." Earlier today, Sixx tweeted the following message: "Isn't it funny how the has been's,never was's, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it's their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate." In a later tweet, Sixx called Jake's claim that he was approached to join MÖTLEY CRÜE a "Make believe story. Everybody wants peice of the CRÜE now. Believe me. Almost 40 years together. We know our story way more than some shadowy worms." Although MÖTLEY CRÜE was one of the biggest bands of the 1980s, shifting millions of records with its unique brand of glam metal, the band will be remembered more for its exploits off stage, including jaw-dropping groupie stories, many of which are covered in CRÜE's 2001 memoir "The Dirt" and Netflix's adaptation of the same name. Last month, TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider said that he couldn't watch "The Dirt" objectively, explaining that he knows "too much of the behind the scenes and truths." He also said that has conducted his personal life in a "completely opposite" way to how the members of MÖTLEY CRÜE have, adding that he chose his path "because I didn't see the one they were on as righteous."

Isn’t it funny how the has been’s,never was’s, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it’s their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate.

— ?‍☠️ xxıS ıʞʞıN ?‍☠️ (@NikkiSixx) April 19, 2019
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Make believe story. Everybody wants peice of the Crüe now. Believe me. Almost 40 years together. We know our story way more than some shadowy worms. https://t.co/TDTsWk4cdk

— ?‍☠️ xxıS ıʞʞıN ?‍☠️ (@NikkiSixx) April 20, 2019
[post_excerpt] => Nikki Sixx has fired back at "washed-up," "small-career people" for "coming out of the woodwork" following the release of MÖTLEY CRÜE's biopic "The Dirt". The CRÜE bassist made his comments just a day after BLABBERMOUTH.NET reported that former OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Jake E. Lee said in an interview that Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee wanted him to replace Mick Mars in MÖTLEY CRÜE. Jake also made the claim that a key detail in the now-legendary story about Ozzy Osbourne snorting ants while on tour with CRÜE was untrue. Additonally, Jake alleged that when CRÜE was opening for Ozzy back in 1984, Mars called him a "slant-eyed Japanese bastard." Earlier today, Sixx tweeted the following message: "Isn't it funny how the has been's,never was's, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it's their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate." In a later tweet, Sixx called Jake's claim that he was approached to join MÖTLEY CRÜE a "Make believe story. Everybody wants peice of the CRÜE now. Believe me. Almost 40 years together. We know our story way more than some shadowy worms." Although MÖTLEY CRÜE was one of the biggest bands of the 1980s, shifting millions of records with its unique brand of glam metal, the band will be remembered more for its exploits off stage, including jaw-dropping groupie stories, many of which are covered in CRÜE's 2001 memoir "The Dirt" and Netflix's adaptation of the same name. Last month, TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider said that he couldn't watch "The Dirt" objectively, explaining that he knows "too much of the behind the scenes and truths." He also said that has conducted his personal life in a "completely opposite" way to how the members of MÖTLEY CRÜE have, adding that he chose his path "because I didn't see the one they were on as righteous."

Isn’t it funny how the has been’s,never was’s, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it’s their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate.

— ?‍☠️ xxıS ıʞʞıN ?‍☠️ (@NikkiSixx) April 19, 2019
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Make believe story. Everybody wants peice of the Crüe now. Believe me. Almost 40 years together. We know our story way more than some shadowy worms. https://t.co/TDTsWk4cdk

— ?‍☠️ xxıS ıʞʞıN ?‍☠️ (@NikkiSixx) April 20, 2019
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Array ( [post_title] => NIKKI SIXX Fires Back At 'Washed-Up,' 'Small-Career People' For 'Coming Out Of The Woodwork' Around MÖTLEY CRÜE Biopic Release [post_content] => Nikki Sixx has fired back at "washed-up," "small-career people" for "coming out of the woodwork" following the release of MÖTLEY CRÜE's biopic "The Dirt". The CRÜE bassist made his comments just a day after BLABBERMOUTH.NET reported that former OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Jake E. Lee said in an interview that Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee wanted him to replace Mick Mars in MÖTLEY CRÜE. Jake also made the claim that a key detail in the now-legendary story about Ozzy Osbourne snorting ants while on tour with CRÜE was untrue. Additonally, Jake alleged that when CRÜE was opening for Ozzy back in 1984, Mars called him a "slant-eyed Japanese bastard." Earlier today, Sixx tweeted the following message: "Isn't it funny how the has been's,never was's, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it's their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate." In a later tweet, Sixx called Jake's claim that he was approached to join MÖTLEY CRÜE a "Make believe story. Everybody wants peice of the CRÜE now. Believe me. Almost 40 years together. We know our story way more than some shadowy worms." Although MÖTLEY CRÜE was one of the biggest bands of the 1980s, shifting millions of records with its unique brand of glam metal, the band will be remembered more for its exploits off stage, including jaw-dropping groupie stories, many of which are covered in CRÜE's 2001 memoir "The Dirt" and Netflix's adaptation of the same name. Last month, TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider said that he couldn't watch "The Dirt" objectively, explaining that he knows "too much of the behind the scenes and truths." He also said that has conducted his personal life in a "completely opposite" way to how the members of MÖTLEY CRÜE have, adding that he chose his path "because I didn't see the one they were on as righteous."

Isn’t it funny how the has been’s,never was’s, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it’s their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate.

— ?‍☠️ xxıS ıʞʞıN ?‍☠️ (@NikkiSixx) April 19, 2019
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Make believe story. Everybody wants peice of the Crüe now. Believe me. Almost 40 years together. We know our story way more than some shadowy worms. https://t.co/TDTsWk4cdk

— ?‍☠️ xxıS ıʞʞıN ?‍☠️ (@NikkiSixx) April 20, 2019
[post_excerpt] => Nikki Sixx has fired back at "washed-up," "small-career people" for "coming out of the woodwork" following the release of MÖTLEY CRÜE's biopic "The Dirt". The CRÜE bassist made his comments just a day after BLABBERMOUTH.NET reported that former OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Jake E. Lee said in an interview that Sixx and drummer Tommy Lee wanted him to replace Mick Mars in MÖTLEY CRÜE. Jake also made the claim that a key detail in the now-legendary story about Ozzy Osbourne snorting ants while on tour with CRÜE was untrue. Additonally, Jake alleged that when CRÜE was opening for Ozzy back in 1984, Mars called him a "slant-eyed Japanese bastard." Earlier today, Sixx tweeted the following message: "Isn't it funny how the has been's,never was's, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it's their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate." In a later tweet, Sixx called Jake's claim that he was approached to join MÖTLEY CRÜE a "Make believe story. Everybody wants peice of the CRÜE now. Believe me. Almost 40 years together. We know our story way more than some shadowy worms." Although MÖTLEY CRÜE was one of the biggest bands of the 1980s, shifting millions of records with its unique brand of glam metal, the band will be remembered more for its exploits off stage, including jaw-dropping groupie stories, many of which are covered in CRÜE's 2001 memoir "The Dirt" and Netflix's adaptation of the same name. Last month, TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider said that he couldn't watch "The Dirt" objectively, explaining that he knows "too much of the behind the scenes and truths." He also said that has conducted his personal life in a "completely opposite" way to how the members of MÖTLEY CRÜE have, adding that he chose his path "because I didn't see the one they were on as righteous."

Isn’t it funny how the has been’s,never was’s, washed up long ago small career people all started coming outta the woodwork around the movie? I guess it’s their only way to get attention in 2019. God bless them. They must be desperate.

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DAVID ELLEFSON Says His 'More Life With Deth' Book Will Include Stories Of Earliest Days Of MEGADETH

Array ( [post_title] => DAVID ELLEFSON Says His 'More Life With Deth' Book Will Include Stories Of Earliest Days Of MEGADETH [post_content] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson will release "More Life With Deth", the follow-up to his memoir "My Life With Deth", on July 16 via Jawbone Press. Co-written with Ellefson's business partner Thom Hazaert, "More Life With Deth" and delves deeper into the later stages of Ellefson's career, as well as a thorough exploration of the earliest days of MEGADETH and beyond. Asked by IndiePower TV how the idea for the second book came about, Ellefson said (see video below): "We were doing a coffee tour back in the Midwest… And I stopped at the house, the farm where I grew up, and my nephew lives there now. And he had a copy of our Ellefson family history, from the 1600s to 1979 — which I've now updated, 'cause I'm kind of into that, keeping it updated. So that's what prompted the whole idea of the book — everything as far back as the origin of the Ellefsons, from Norway, moving to Minnesota, and kind of this return back to my roots of now the coffee company and the record label. "It was an interesting thing. As you start writing these books, it's kind of like writing a song — you just start putting stuff out there," he continued. "Then you kind of start to find the flavor. And you find the story, and then you kind of find your voice — is sort of the process of it. And the story that developed was, of course, the new things — the EMP Label Group, the Ellefson Coffee, METAL ALLEGIANCE; things since I've been back in MEGADETH, since 2010. 'Cause that was kind of where the last book ended. I think I had to stop writing that by about 2011 to get it out on the market. So this one picks up certainly from then until now. "But what I thought was interesting, the Combat Records chapter — that discussion in the book — suddenly took me back to the earliest days of MEGADETH… So what happened is this book encapsulates with really great detail, and a lot of other people who came in and told stories around it, of the earliest days of MEGADETH, which is largely undocumented. And it's kind of fitting that it would come out now, with 'Murder In The Front Row' movie coming out, and with everything that's happening now around the Bay Area thrash scene, that my book would really focus in on those early years of MEGADETH — the founding, signing to Combat Records and the things that transitioned pretty much up through 'So Far, So Good… So What!'. And that's kind of where I stop, as far as the MEGADETH portion. "The one KISS book I liked was Nothing' To Lose: The Making Of KISS (1972-1975)', which focused on the founding of KISS pretty much up through 'Kiss Alive!' — kind of through the first three albums. And so I took that concept and applied that with 'More Life With Deth' — to go back into those first three records of MEGADETH. So I kind of borrowed that idea and got people who were there — my friend Greg Handevidt; Jay Reynolds, who was in MEGADETH for a season, just a brief moment, while we were doing 'So Far, So Good… So What!', but he never recorded with us, but he was a friend; Brian Slagel… Then I also got some other people, like K.K. Downing; Dan Donegan from DISTURBED, who happened to see us on the 'So Far, So Good… So What!' tour at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago as he was coming up the ranks. It's just fun to hear these stories from these guys that were in the audience. They're now big rock stars themselves. Mark Tremonti tells some funny stories and just cool stuff. I've realized that period in there — 'Peace Sells' into 'So Far, So Good… So What!' — was a real formative era for a lot of today's younger rock-star guitar players and musicians. That was the era of MEGADETH that inspired them." As previously reported, Ellefson will release "Sleeping Giants" on July 5 via Combat Records. With cover art by Melody Myers (ALTITUDES AND ATTITUDE, MARC RIZZO, ESCAPE THE FATE), it will be a retrospective featuring several new tracks recorded by Ellefson and Hazaert, plus a collection of demos, and unreleased material, from F5 and David's other projects, including the unreleased demo "If You Were God", featuring John Bush (ANTHRAX, ARMORED SAINT), plus several unreleased demos featuring HOUSE OF LORDS and GIUFFRIA vocalist David Glen Eisley. The CD version will also include a second bonus disc, featuring a compilation of EMP and Combat Records artists. Produced by Ellefson and Hazaert, with additional production from ICON guitarist John Aquilino at the Platinum Underground in Phoenix, "Sleeping Giants" is tentatively set to include a multitude of guests including: legendary MC Daryl "DMC" McDaniels, who shares vocals with Hazaert on the title track, Ken Mary (ALICE COOPER, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM), Steve Conley (FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, F5), Ethan Brosh, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (GUNS N' ROSES), Dave Sharpe and Opus Lawrence of DEAD BY WEDNESDAY, Mark Tremonti, Juan Garcia (ABBATOIR, BODY COUNT), Illias Papadakis (MEMORAIN), Dave McClain (MACHINE HEAD, SACRED REICH), a remix by "Game Of Thrones" star Kristian Nairn, and more. "My Life With Deth" chronicled the story of Ellefson's fall into addiction during MEGADETH's early years, followed by his subsequent recovery and the return to faith which championed the band's rise to fame over the past several decades. The book was written with Joel McIver, the bestselling author of more than two dozen books on rock music, and featured a foreword by Cooper. Ellefson was in MEGADETH from the band's inception in 1983 to 2002, when the group briefly broke up because guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine suffered severe nerve damage that left him unable to play. After Mustaine reformed MEGADETH with an all-new lineup in 2004, Ellefson sued his former bandmate for $18.5 million, alleging that Mustaine still owed him substantial merchandise and publishing royalties. In January 2005, the case was dismissed in court, and five years later, Ellefson rejoined MEGADETH.

[post_excerpt] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson will release "More Life With Deth", the follow-up to his memoir "My Life With Deth", on July 16 via Jawbone Press. Co-written with Ellefson's business partner Thom Hazaert, "More Life With Deth" and delves deeper into the later stages of Ellefson's career, as well as a thorough exploration of the earliest days of MEGADETH and beyond. Asked by IndiePower TV how the idea for the second book came about, Ellefson said (see video below): "We were doing a coffee tour back in the Midwest… And I stopped at the house, the farm where I grew up, and my nephew lives there now. And he had a copy of our Ellefson family history, from the 1600s to 1979 — which I've now updated, 'cause I'm kind of into that, keeping it updated. So that's what prompted the whole idea of the book — everything as far back as the origin of the Ellefsons, from Norway, moving to Minnesota, and kind of this return back to my roots of now the coffee company and the record label. "It was an interesting thing. As you start writing these books, it's kind of like writing a song — you just start putting stuff out there," he continued. "Then you kind of start to find the flavor. And you find the story, and then you kind of find your voice — is sort of the process of it. And the story that developed was, of course, the new things — the EMP Label Group, the Ellefson Coffee, METAL ALLEGIANCE; things since I've been back in MEGADETH, since 2010. 'Cause that was kind of where the last book ended. I think I had to stop writing that by about 2011 to get it out on the market. So this one picks up certainly from then until now. "But what I thought was interesting, the Combat Records chapter — that discussion in the book — suddenly took me back to the earliest days of MEGADETH… So what happened is this book encapsulates with really great detail, and a lot of other people who came in and told stories around it, of the earliest days of MEGADETH, which is largely undocumented. And it's kind of fitting that it would come out now, with 'Murder In The Front Row' movie coming out, and with everything that's happening now around the Bay Area thrash scene, that my book would really focus in on those early years of MEGADETH — the founding, signing to Combat Records and the things that transitioned pretty much up through 'So Far, So Good… So What!'. And that's kind of where I stop, as far as the MEGADETH portion. "The one KISS book I liked was Nothing' To Lose: The Making Of KISS (1972-1975)', which focused on the founding of KISS pretty much up through 'Kiss Alive!' — kind of through the first three albums. And so I took that concept and applied that with 'More Life With Deth' — to go back into those first three records of MEGADETH. So I kind of borrowed that idea and got people who were there — my friend Greg Handevidt; Jay Reynolds, who was in MEGADETH for a season, just a brief moment, while we were doing 'So Far, So Good… So What!', but he never recorded with us, but he was a friend; Brian Slagel… Then I also got some other people, like K.K. Downing; Dan Donegan from DISTURBED, who happened to see us on the 'So Far, So Good… So What!' tour at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago as he was coming up the ranks. It's just fun to hear these stories from these guys that were in the audience. They're now big rock stars themselves. Mark Tremonti tells some funny stories and just cool stuff. I've realized that period in there — 'Peace Sells' into 'So Far, So Good… So What!' — was a real formative era for a lot of today's younger rock-star guitar players and musicians. That was the era of MEGADETH that inspired them." As previously reported, Ellefson will release "Sleeping Giants" on July 5 via Combat Records. With cover art by Melody Myers (ALTITUDES AND ATTITUDE, MARC RIZZO, ESCAPE THE FATE), it will be a retrospective featuring several new tracks recorded by Ellefson and Hazaert, plus a collection of demos, and unreleased material, from F5 and David's other projects, including the unreleased demo "If You Were God", featuring John Bush (ANTHRAX, ARMORED SAINT), plus several unreleased demos featuring HOUSE OF LORDS and GIUFFRIA vocalist David Glen Eisley. The CD version will also include a second bonus disc, featuring a compilation of EMP and Combat Records artists. Produced by Ellefson and Hazaert, with additional production from ICON guitarist John Aquilino at the Platinum Underground in Phoenix, "Sleeping Giants" is tentatively set to include a multitude of guests including: legendary MC Daryl "DMC" McDaniels, who shares vocals with Hazaert on the title track, Ken Mary (ALICE COOPER, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM), Steve Conley (FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, F5), Ethan Brosh, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (GUNS N' ROSES), Dave Sharpe and Opus Lawrence of DEAD BY WEDNESDAY, Mark Tremonti, Juan Garcia (ABBATOIR, BODY COUNT), Illias Papadakis (MEMORAIN), Dave McClain (MACHINE HEAD, SACRED REICH), a remix by "Game Of Thrones" star Kristian Nairn, and more. "My Life With Deth" chronicled the story of Ellefson's fall into addiction during MEGADETH's early years, followed by his subsequent recovery and the return to faith which championed the band's rise to fame over the past several decades. The book was written with Joel McIver, the bestselling author of more than two dozen books on rock music, and featured a foreword by Cooper. Ellefson was in MEGADETH from the band's inception in 1983 to 2002, when the group briefly broke up because guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine suffered severe nerve damage that left him unable to play. After Mustaine reformed MEGADETH with an all-new lineup in 2004, Ellefson sued his former bandmate for $18.5 million, alleging that Mustaine still owed him substantial merchandise and publishing royalties. In January 2005, the case was dismissed in court, and five years later, Ellefson rejoined MEGADETH.
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Array ( [post_title] => DAVID ELLEFSON Says His 'More Life With Deth' Book Will Include Stories Of Earliest Days Of MEGADETH [post_content] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson will release "More Life With Deth", the follow-up to his memoir "My Life With Deth", on July 16 via Jawbone Press. Co-written with Ellefson's business partner Thom Hazaert, "More Life With Deth" and delves deeper into the later stages of Ellefson's career, as well as a thorough exploration of the earliest days of MEGADETH and beyond. Asked by IndiePower TV how the idea for the second book came about, Ellefson said (see video below): "We were doing a coffee tour back in the Midwest… And I stopped at the house, the farm where I grew up, and my nephew lives there now. And he had a copy of our Ellefson family history, from the 1600s to 1979 — which I've now updated, 'cause I'm kind of into that, keeping it updated. So that's what prompted the whole idea of the book — everything as far back as the origin of the Ellefsons, from Norway, moving to Minnesota, and kind of this return back to my roots of now the coffee company and the record label. "It was an interesting thing. As you start writing these books, it's kind of like writing a song — you just start putting stuff out there," he continued. "Then you kind of start to find the flavor. And you find the story, and then you kind of find your voice — is sort of the process of it. And the story that developed was, of course, the new things — the EMP Label Group, the Ellefson Coffee, METAL ALLEGIANCE; things since I've been back in MEGADETH, since 2010. 'Cause that was kind of where the last book ended. I think I had to stop writing that by about 2011 to get it out on the market. So this one picks up certainly from then until now. "But what I thought was interesting, the Combat Records chapter — that discussion in the book — suddenly took me back to the earliest days of MEGADETH… So what happened is this book encapsulates with really great detail, and a lot of other people who came in and told stories around it, of the earliest days of MEGADETH, which is largely undocumented. And it's kind of fitting that it would come out now, with 'Murder In The Front Row' movie coming out, and with everything that's happening now around the Bay Area thrash scene, that my book would really focus in on those early years of MEGADETH — the founding, signing to Combat Records and the things that transitioned pretty much up through 'So Far, So Good… So What!'. And that's kind of where I stop, as far as the MEGADETH portion. "The one KISS book I liked was Nothing' To Lose: The Making Of KISS (1972-1975)', which focused on the founding of KISS pretty much up through 'Kiss Alive!' — kind of through the first three albums. And so I took that concept and applied that with 'More Life With Deth' — to go back into those first three records of MEGADETH. So I kind of borrowed that idea and got people who were there — my friend Greg Handevidt; Jay Reynolds, who was in MEGADETH for a season, just a brief moment, while we were doing 'So Far, So Good… So What!', but he never recorded with us, but he was a friend; Brian Slagel… Then I also got some other people, like K.K. Downing; Dan Donegan from DISTURBED, who happened to see us on the 'So Far, So Good… So What!' tour at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago as he was coming up the ranks. It's just fun to hear these stories from these guys that were in the audience. They're now big rock stars themselves. Mark Tremonti tells some funny stories and just cool stuff. I've realized that period in there — 'Peace Sells' into 'So Far, So Good… So What!' — was a real formative era for a lot of today's younger rock-star guitar players and musicians. That was the era of MEGADETH that inspired them." As previously reported, Ellefson will release "Sleeping Giants" on July 5 via Combat Records. With cover art by Melody Myers (ALTITUDES AND ATTITUDE, MARC RIZZO, ESCAPE THE FATE), it will be a retrospective featuring several new tracks recorded by Ellefson and Hazaert, plus a collection of demos, and unreleased material, from F5 and David's other projects, including the unreleased demo "If You Were God", featuring John Bush (ANTHRAX, ARMORED SAINT), plus several unreleased demos featuring HOUSE OF LORDS and GIUFFRIA vocalist David Glen Eisley. The CD version will also include a second bonus disc, featuring a compilation of EMP and Combat Records artists. Produced by Ellefson and Hazaert, with additional production from ICON guitarist John Aquilino at the Platinum Underground in Phoenix, "Sleeping Giants" is tentatively set to include a multitude of guests including: legendary MC Daryl "DMC" McDaniels, who shares vocals with Hazaert on the title track, Ken Mary (ALICE COOPER, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM), Steve Conley (FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, F5), Ethan Brosh, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (GUNS N' ROSES), Dave Sharpe and Opus Lawrence of DEAD BY WEDNESDAY, Mark Tremonti, Juan Garcia (ABBATOIR, BODY COUNT), Illias Papadakis (MEMORAIN), Dave McClain (MACHINE HEAD, SACRED REICH), a remix by "Game Of Thrones" star Kristian Nairn, and more. "My Life With Deth" chronicled the story of Ellefson's fall into addiction during MEGADETH's early years, followed by his subsequent recovery and the return to faith which championed the band's rise to fame over the past several decades. The book was written with Joel McIver, the bestselling author of more than two dozen books on rock music, and featured a foreword by Cooper. Ellefson was in MEGADETH from the band's inception in 1983 to 2002, when the group briefly broke up because guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine suffered severe nerve damage that left him unable to play. After Mustaine reformed MEGADETH with an all-new lineup in 2004, Ellefson sued his former bandmate for $18.5 million, alleging that Mustaine still owed him substantial merchandise and publishing royalties. In January 2005, the case was dismissed in court, and five years later, Ellefson rejoined MEGADETH.

[post_excerpt] => MEGADETH bassist David Ellefson will release "More Life With Deth", the follow-up to his memoir "My Life With Deth", on July 16 via Jawbone Press. Co-written with Ellefson's business partner Thom Hazaert, "More Life With Deth" and delves deeper into the later stages of Ellefson's career, as well as a thorough exploration of the earliest days of MEGADETH and beyond. Asked by IndiePower TV how the idea for the second book came about, Ellefson said (see video below): "We were doing a coffee tour back in the Midwest… And I stopped at the house, the farm where I grew up, and my nephew lives there now. And he had a copy of our Ellefson family history, from the 1600s to 1979 — which I've now updated, 'cause I'm kind of into that, keeping it updated. So that's what prompted the whole idea of the book — everything as far back as the origin of the Ellefsons, from Norway, moving to Minnesota, and kind of this return back to my roots of now the coffee company and the record label. "It was an interesting thing. As you start writing these books, it's kind of like writing a song — you just start putting stuff out there," he continued. "Then you kind of start to find the flavor. And you find the story, and then you kind of find your voice — is sort of the process of it. And the story that developed was, of course, the new things — the EMP Label Group, the Ellefson Coffee, METAL ALLEGIANCE; things since I've been back in MEGADETH, since 2010. 'Cause that was kind of where the last book ended. I think I had to stop writing that by about 2011 to get it out on the market. So this one picks up certainly from then until now. "But what I thought was interesting, the Combat Records chapter — that discussion in the book — suddenly took me back to the earliest days of MEGADETH… So what happened is this book encapsulates with really great detail, and a lot of other people who came in and told stories around it, of the earliest days of MEGADETH, which is largely undocumented. And it's kind of fitting that it would come out now, with 'Murder In The Front Row' movie coming out, and with everything that's happening now around the Bay Area thrash scene, that my book would really focus in on those early years of MEGADETH — the founding, signing to Combat Records and the things that transitioned pretty much up through 'So Far, So Good… So What!'. And that's kind of where I stop, as far as the MEGADETH portion. "The one KISS book I liked was Nothing' To Lose: The Making Of KISS (1972-1975)', which focused on the founding of KISS pretty much up through 'Kiss Alive!' — kind of through the first three albums. And so I took that concept and applied that with 'More Life With Deth' — to go back into those first three records of MEGADETH. So I kind of borrowed that idea and got people who were there — my friend Greg Handevidt; Jay Reynolds, who was in MEGADETH for a season, just a brief moment, while we were doing 'So Far, So Good… So What!', but he never recorded with us, but he was a friend; Brian Slagel… Then I also got some other people, like K.K. Downing; Dan Donegan from DISTURBED, who happened to see us on the 'So Far, So Good… So What!' tour at the Rosemont Horizon in Chicago as he was coming up the ranks. It's just fun to hear these stories from these guys that were in the audience. They're now big rock stars themselves. Mark Tremonti tells some funny stories and just cool stuff. I've realized that period in there — 'Peace Sells' into 'So Far, So Good… So What!' — was a real formative era for a lot of today's younger rock-star guitar players and musicians. That was the era of MEGADETH that inspired them." As previously reported, Ellefson will release "Sleeping Giants" on July 5 via Combat Records. With cover art by Melody Myers (ALTITUDES AND ATTITUDE, MARC RIZZO, ESCAPE THE FATE), it will be a retrospective featuring several new tracks recorded by Ellefson and Hazaert, plus a collection of demos, and unreleased material, from F5 and David's other projects, including the unreleased demo "If You Were God", featuring John Bush (ANTHRAX, ARMORED SAINT), plus several unreleased demos featuring HOUSE OF LORDS and GIUFFRIA vocalist David Glen Eisley. The CD version will also include a second bonus disc, featuring a compilation of EMP and Combat Records artists. Produced by Ellefson and Hazaert, with additional production from ICON guitarist John Aquilino at the Platinum Underground in Phoenix, "Sleeping Giants" is tentatively set to include a multitude of guests including: legendary MC Daryl "DMC" McDaniels, who shares vocals with Hazaert on the title track, Ken Mary (ALICE COOPER, FLOTSAM AND JETSAM), Steve Conley (FLOTSAM AND JETSAM, F5), Ethan Brosh, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal (GUNS N' ROSES), Dave Sharpe and Opus Lawrence of DEAD BY WEDNESDAY, Mark Tremonti, Juan Garcia (ABBATOIR, BODY COUNT), Illias Papadakis (MEMORAIN), Dave McClain (MACHINE HEAD, SACRED REICH), a remix by "Game Of Thrones" star Kristian Nairn, and more. "My Life With Deth" chronicled the story of Ellefson's fall into addiction during MEGADETH's early years, followed by his subsequent recovery and the return to faith which championed the band's rise to fame over the past several decades. The book was written with Joel McIver, the bestselling author of more than two dozen books on rock music, and featured a foreword by Cooper. Ellefson was in MEGADETH from the band's inception in 1983 to 2002, when the group briefly broke up because guitarist/vocalist Dave Mustaine suffered severe nerve damage that left him unable to play. After Mustaine reformed MEGADETH with an all-new lineup in 2004, Ellefson sued his former bandmate for $18.5 million, alleging that Mustaine still owed him substantial merchandise and publishing royalties. In January 2005, the case was dismissed in court, and five years later, Ellefson rejoined MEGADETH.
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New STATIC-X Singer Speaks: WAYNE STATIC 'Would Be Honored By The Celebration'

Array ( [post_title] => New STATIC-X Singer Speaks: WAYNE STATIC 'Would Be Honored By The Celebration' [post_content] => The vocalist who will wear a mask in the likeness of late frontman Wayne Static during STATIC-X's upcoming reunion tour says that he "will represent the vibe of the band very well." The North American trek, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of STATIC-X's platinum-certified "Wisconsin Death Trip" album and pays homage to Static, features co-headliner DEVILDRIVER and support from DOPE. While the identity of STATIC-X's touring singer has not been officially revealed, strong rumors suggest that DOPE frontman Edsel Dope will pull double duty during the trek and perform with drummer Ken Jay, guitarist Koichi Fukuda and bassist Tony Campos. STATIC-X's latest addition, who apparently calls himself "Xer0", told Kerrang! magazine via e-mail: "Wayne was a very unique singer. I can't just be myself with this. That wouldn't be doing the material justice. Therefore, I really have to be prepared. I have to learn lots of parts…find the right places in my own voice to deliver my best version of these songs…I'm never gonna sound as good as Wayne did, doing Wayne's thing. That's just common sense. “But I feel really good about it," he continued. "I believe that I will represent the vibe of the band very well and that we will give the fans a really fun 'Wisconsin Death Trip' experience each night." Xer0 confirmed that he was the one who came up with the idea of playing masked. "I've spent the last 20 years building my own identity and touring the world with my own band," he said. "It didn't feel right for my image or identity to be placed in the center of something that I wasn't part of creating… It just felt like a perfect way to keep the focus on the four guys that made this great album and started this really cool band. After a few days of living with it, I decided to spike my hair up, just to see what it would look like with the mask on, and I was like, Oh, FUCK. Let's be honest: Wayne's hair kind of became the visual identity of STATIC-X." He added: "We didn't set out to create a 'character,' it just evolved naturally. We went to our friend Laney, who also makes the masks for many of the SLIPKNOT guys, as well as Manson's band, and Rob Zombie's band, et cetera. Wayne liked heavy metal, monster movies, and monster trucks. He would be honored by the celebration and he would dig the shit out of this." STATIC-X plans to perform the majority of its debut album at each show. "Project Regeneration", featuring the last recordings of Static, will be released later this year. The rest of the group's original lineup will also be featured on the album and in the music videos. STATIC-X is currently focused on finishing 12 tracks for "Project Regeneration", with more than half of them set to feature Wayne's lead vocals. STATIC-X is in the process of finalizing a label partner in order to ensure that "Project Regeneration" will be promoted and distributed worldwide, just like all of the band's previous albums. Last fall, STATIC-X released a teaser featuring clips from a brand-new music video, as well as five new STATIC-X tracks — "Road To Hell", "Something Of My Own", "Terminator Oscillator", "Hollow" and "Disco Otsego" — along with a personal message from Campos about the inspiration behind "Project Regeneration". Wayne Static died in November 2014 after mixing Xanax and other powerful prescription drugs with alcohol, according to the coroner's report. The 48-year-old, whose real name was Wayne Richard Wells, was found dead in his Landers, California home. Static founded STATIC-X in 1994 and achieved commercial success with "Wisconsin Death Trip", which included the rock radio hit "Push It". The group issued five more studio albums before disbanding permanently in June 2013. Static had been pursuing a solo career at the time of his death.

[post_excerpt] => The vocalist who will wear a mask in the likeness of late frontman Wayne Static during STATIC-X's upcoming reunion tour says that he "will represent the vibe of the band very well." The North American trek, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of STATIC-X's platinum-certified "Wisconsin Death Trip" album and pays homage to Static, features co-headliner DEVILDRIVER and support from DOPE. While the identity of STATIC-X's touring singer has not been officially revealed, strong rumors suggest that DOPE frontman Edsel Dope will pull double duty during the trek and perform with drummer Ken Jay, guitarist Koichi Fukuda and bassist Tony Campos. STATIC-X's latest addition, who apparently calls himself "Xer0", told Kerrang! magazine via e-mail: "Wayne was a very unique singer. I can't just be myself with this. That wouldn't be doing the material justice. Therefore, I really have to be prepared. I have to learn lots of parts…find the right places in my own voice to deliver my best version of these songs…I'm never gonna sound as good as Wayne did, doing Wayne's thing. That's just common sense. “But I feel really good about it," he continued. "I believe that I will represent the vibe of the band very well and that we will give the fans a really fun 'Wisconsin Death Trip' experience each night." Xer0 confirmed that he was the one who came up with the idea of playing masked. "I've spent the last 20 years building my own identity and touring the world with my own band," he said. "It didn't feel right for my image or identity to be placed in the center of something that I wasn't part of creating… It just felt like a perfect way to keep the focus on the four guys that made this great album and started this really cool band. After a few days of living with it, I decided to spike my hair up, just to see what it would look like with the mask on, and I was like, Oh, FUCK. Let's be honest: Wayne's hair kind of became the visual identity of STATIC-X." He added: "We didn't set out to create a 'character,' it just evolved naturally. We went to our friend Laney, who also makes the masks for many of the SLIPKNOT guys, as well as Manson's band, and Rob Zombie's band, et cetera. Wayne liked heavy metal, monster movies, and monster trucks. He would be honored by the celebration and he would dig the shit out of this." STATIC-X plans to perform the majority of its debut album at each show. "Project Regeneration", featuring the last recordings of Static, will be released later this year. The rest of the group's original lineup will also be featured on the album and in the music videos. STATIC-X is currently focused on finishing 12 tracks for "Project Regeneration", with more than half of them set to feature Wayne's lead vocals. STATIC-X is in the process of finalizing a label partner in order to ensure that "Project Regeneration" will be promoted and distributed worldwide, just like all of the band's previous albums. Last fall, STATIC-X released a teaser featuring clips from a brand-new music video, as well as five new STATIC-X tracks — "Road To Hell", "Something Of My Own", "Terminator Oscillator", "Hollow" and "Disco Otsego" — along with a personal message from Campos about the inspiration behind "Project Regeneration". Wayne Static died in November 2014 after mixing Xanax and other powerful prescription drugs with alcohol, according to the coroner's report. The 48-year-old, whose real name was Wayne Richard Wells, was found dead in his Landers, California home. Static founded STATIC-X in 1994 and achieved commercial success with "Wisconsin Death Trip", which included the rock radio hit "Push It". The group issued five more studio albums before disbanding permanently in June 2013. Static had been pursuing a solo career at the time of his death.
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Array ( [post_title] => New STATIC-X Singer Speaks: WAYNE STATIC 'Would Be Honored By The Celebration' [post_content] => The vocalist who will wear a mask in the likeness of late frontman Wayne Static during STATIC-X's upcoming reunion tour says that he "will represent the vibe of the band very well." The North American trek, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of STATIC-X's platinum-certified "Wisconsin Death Trip" album and pays homage to Static, features co-headliner DEVILDRIVER and support from DOPE. While the identity of STATIC-X's touring singer has not been officially revealed, strong rumors suggest that DOPE frontman Edsel Dope will pull double duty during the trek and perform with drummer Ken Jay, guitarist Koichi Fukuda and bassist Tony Campos. STATIC-X's latest addition, who apparently calls himself "Xer0", told Kerrang! magazine via e-mail: "Wayne was a very unique singer. I can't just be myself with this. That wouldn't be doing the material justice. Therefore, I really have to be prepared. I have to learn lots of parts…find the right places in my own voice to deliver my best version of these songs…I'm never gonna sound as good as Wayne did, doing Wayne's thing. That's just common sense. “But I feel really good about it," he continued. "I believe that I will represent the vibe of the band very well and that we will give the fans a really fun 'Wisconsin Death Trip' experience each night." Xer0 confirmed that he was the one who came up with the idea of playing masked. "I've spent the last 20 years building my own identity and touring the world with my own band," he said. "It didn't feel right for my image or identity to be placed in the center of something that I wasn't part of creating… It just felt like a perfect way to keep the focus on the four guys that made this great album and started this really cool band. After a few days of living with it, I decided to spike my hair up, just to see what it would look like with the mask on, and I was like, Oh, FUCK. Let's be honest: Wayne's hair kind of became the visual identity of STATIC-X." He added: "We didn't set out to create a 'character,' it just evolved naturally. We went to our friend Laney, who also makes the masks for many of the SLIPKNOT guys, as well as Manson's band, and Rob Zombie's band, et cetera. Wayne liked heavy metal, monster movies, and monster trucks. He would be honored by the celebration and he would dig the shit out of this." STATIC-X plans to perform the majority of its debut album at each show. "Project Regeneration", featuring the last recordings of Static, will be released later this year. The rest of the group's original lineup will also be featured on the album and in the music videos. STATIC-X is currently focused on finishing 12 tracks for "Project Regeneration", with more than half of them set to feature Wayne's lead vocals. STATIC-X is in the process of finalizing a label partner in order to ensure that "Project Regeneration" will be promoted and distributed worldwide, just like all of the band's previous albums. Last fall, STATIC-X released a teaser featuring clips from a brand-new music video, as well as five new STATIC-X tracks — "Road To Hell", "Something Of My Own", "Terminator Oscillator", "Hollow" and "Disco Otsego" — along with a personal message from Campos about the inspiration behind "Project Regeneration". Wayne Static died in November 2014 after mixing Xanax and other powerful prescription drugs with alcohol, according to the coroner's report. The 48-year-old, whose real name was Wayne Richard Wells, was found dead in his Landers, California home. Static founded STATIC-X in 1994 and achieved commercial success with "Wisconsin Death Trip", which included the rock radio hit "Push It". The group issued five more studio albums before disbanding permanently in June 2013. Static had been pursuing a solo career at the time of his death.

[post_excerpt] => The vocalist who will wear a mask in the likeness of late frontman Wayne Static during STATIC-X's upcoming reunion tour says that he "will represent the vibe of the band very well." The North American trek, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of STATIC-X's platinum-certified "Wisconsin Death Trip" album and pays homage to Static, features co-headliner DEVILDRIVER and support from DOPE. While the identity of STATIC-X's touring singer has not been officially revealed, strong rumors suggest that DOPE frontman Edsel Dope will pull double duty during the trek and perform with drummer Ken Jay, guitarist Koichi Fukuda and bassist Tony Campos. STATIC-X's latest addition, who apparently calls himself "Xer0", told Kerrang! magazine via e-mail: "Wayne was a very unique singer. I can't just be myself with this. That wouldn't be doing the material justice. Therefore, I really have to be prepared. I have to learn lots of parts…find the right places in my own voice to deliver my best version of these songs…I'm never gonna sound as good as Wayne did, doing Wayne's thing. That's just common sense. “But I feel really good about it," he continued. "I believe that I will represent the vibe of the band very well and that we will give the fans a really fun 'Wisconsin Death Trip' experience each night." Xer0 confirmed that he was the one who came up with the idea of playing masked. "I've spent the last 20 years building my own identity and touring the world with my own band," he said. "It didn't feel right for my image or identity to be placed in the center of something that I wasn't part of creating… It just felt like a perfect way to keep the focus on the four guys that made this great album and started this really cool band. After a few days of living with it, I decided to spike my hair up, just to see what it would look like with the mask on, and I was like, Oh, FUCK. Let's be honest: Wayne's hair kind of became the visual identity of STATIC-X." He added: "We didn't set out to create a 'character,' it just evolved naturally. We went to our friend Laney, who also makes the masks for many of the SLIPKNOT guys, as well as Manson's band, and Rob Zombie's band, et cetera. Wayne liked heavy metal, monster movies, and monster trucks. He would be honored by the celebration and he would dig the shit out of this." STATIC-X plans to perform the majority of its debut album at each show. "Project Regeneration", featuring the last recordings of Static, will be released later this year. The rest of the group's original lineup will also be featured on the album and in the music videos. STATIC-X is currently focused on finishing 12 tracks for "Project Regeneration", with more than half of them set to feature Wayne's lead vocals. STATIC-X is in the process of finalizing a label partner in order to ensure that "Project Regeneration" will be promoted and distributed worldwide, just like all of the band's previous albums. Last fall, STATIC-X released a teaser featuring clips from a brand-new music video, as well as five new STATIC-X tracks — "Road To Hell", "Something Of My Own", "Terminator Oscillator", "Hollow" and "Disco Otsego" — along with a personal message from Campos about the inspiration behind "Project Regeneration". Wayne Static died in November 2014 after mixing Xanax and other powerful prescription drugs with alcohol, according to the coroner's report. The 48-year-old, whose real name was Wayne Richard Wells, was found dead in his Landers, California home. Static founded STATIC-X in 1994 and achieved commercial success with "Wisconsin Death Trip", which included the rock radio hit "Push It". The group issued five more studio albums before disbanding permanently in June 2013. Static had been pursuing a solo career at the time of his death.
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SLASH Says It's 'Awesome' That BRIAN JOHNSON, PHIL RUDD And CLIFF WILLIAMS Are Back In AC/DC

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So it's great that everybody's back, but it's especially awesome that Brian is back." Johnson and Rudd, along with guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young, were photographed outside Vancouver's Warehouse Studios last August. Based on the pictures, the assumption is that AC/DC is in the midst of making — or at least planning — another album, with Rudd and Johnson both back in the lineup. Online reports have also indicated Angus Young will dedicate the new AC/DC album to his late brother. Ever since AC/DC completed the tour cycle for its 2014 album "Rock Or Bust" nearly three years ago — a turbulent trek that weathered the forced retirement and eventual death of co-founder Malcolm Young, plus the departures of Johnson, Rudd and Williams — fans have wondered whether sole remaining founding member Angus Young would keep the band going or decide it was time for AC/DC to pack it in. Johnson was forced to leave AC/DC mid-tour due to a dangerous level of hearing loss, and was eventually replaced on the road by GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose, while Williams decided to retire at the end of the cycle. This past February, a photo surfaced on social media suggesting that Williams has also returned to AC/DC and will appear on the rumored comeback album which is expected to be released in the coming months. [post_excerpt] => Slash says that "it's awesome" that AC/DC is apparently once again making music with singer Brian Johnson, drummer Phil Rudd and bassist Cliff Williams. Speaking to Consequence Of Sound, the GUNS N' ROSES guitarist said: "Where do I start? AC/DC is bar none, with the exception of [THE ROLLING] STONES, the greatest rock 'n' roll band ever. THE STONES will always come first for me and then AC/DC. There are no other bands that actually play that brand of really '50s-influenced straight-up rock 'n' roll like AC/DC. I love them for that. I think Phil Rudd is one of the best drummers of all time. So anytime he was not in the band, I was always disappointed. But it's great that Cliff is going to be back, because I remember being backstage with those guys at the end of the last tour and him saying that he was gone and that he was retired. So it's great that everybody's back, but it's especially awesome that Brian is back." Johnson and Rudd, along with guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young, were photographed outside Vancouver's Warehouse Studios last August. Based on the pictures, the assumption is that AC/DC is in the midst of making — or at least planning — another album, with Rudd and Johnson both back in the lineup. Online reports have also indicated Angus Young will dedicate the new AC/DC album to his late brother. Ever since AC/DC completed the tour cycle for its 2014 album "Rock Or Bust" nearly three years ago — a turbulent trek that weathered the forced retirement and eventual death of co-founder Malcolm Young, plus the departures of Johnson, Rudd and Williams — fans have wondered whether sole remaining founding member Angus Young would keep the band going or decide it was time for AC/DC to pack it in. Johnson was forced to leave AC/DC mid-tour due to a dangerous level of hearing loss, and was eventually replaced on the road by GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose, while Williams decided to retire at the end of the cycle. This past February, a photo surfaced on social media suggesting that Williams has also returned to AC/DC and will appear on the rumored comeback album which is expected to be released in the coming months. 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Array ( [post_title] => SLASH Says It's 'Awesome' That BRIAN JOHNSON, PHIL RUDD And CLIFF WILLIAMS Are Back In AC/DC [post_content] => Slash says that "it's awesome" that AC/DC is apparently once again making music with singer Brian Johnson, drummer Phil Rudd and bassist Cliff Williams. Speaking to Consequence Of Sound, the GUNS N' ROSES guitarist said: "Where do I start? AC/DC is bar none, with the exception of [THE ROLLING] STONES, the greatest rock 'n' roll band ever. THE STONES will always come first for me and then AC/DC. There are no other bands that actually play that brand of really '50s-influenced straight-up rock 'n' roll like AC/DC. I love them for that. I think Phil Rudd is one of the best drummers of all time. So anytime he was not in the band, I was always disappointed. But it's great that Cliff is going to be back, because I remember being backstage with those guys at the end of the last tour and him saying that he was gone and that he was retired. So it's great that everybody's back, but it's especially awesome that Brian is back." Johnson and Rudd, along with guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young, were photographed outside Vancouver's Warehouse Studios last August. Based on the pictures, the assumption is that AC/DC is in the midst of making — or at least planning — another album, with Rudd and Johnson both back in the lineup. Online reports have also indicated Angus Young will dedicate the new AC/DC album to his late brother. Ever since AC/DC completed the tour cycle for its 2014 album "Rock Or Bust" nearly three years ago — a turbulent trek that weathered the forced retirement and eventual death of co-founder Malcolm Young, plus the departures of Johnson, Rudd and Williams — fans have wondered whether sole remaining founding member Angus Young would keep the band going or decide it was time for AC/DC to pack it in. Johnson was forced to leave AC/DC mid-tour due to a dangerous level of hearing loss, and was eventually replaced on the road by GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose, while Williams decided to retire at the end of the cycle. This past February, a photo surfaced on social media suggesting that Williams has also returned to AC/DC and will appear on the rumored comeback album which is expected to be released in the coming months. [post_excerpt] => Slash says that "it's awesome" that AC/DC is apparently once again making music with singer Brian Johnson, drummer Phil Rudd and bassist Cliff Williams. Speaking to Consequence Of Sound, the GUNS N' ROSES guitarist said: "Where do I start? AC/DC is bar none, with the exception of [THE ROLLING] STONES, the greatest rock 'n' roll band ever. THE STONES will always come first for me and then AC/DC. There are no other bands that actually play that brand of really '50s-influenced straight-up rock 'n' roll like AC/DC. I love them for that. I think Phil Rudd is one of the best drummers of all time. So anytime he was not in the band, I was always disappointed. But it's great that Cliff is going to be back, because I remember being backstage with those guys at the end of the last tour and him saying that he was gone and that he was retired. So it's great that everybody's back, but it's especially awesome that Brian is back." Johnson and Rudd, along with guitarists Angus Young and Stevie Young, were photographed outside Vancouver's Warehouse Studios last August. Based on the pictures, the assumption is that AC/DC is in the midst of making — or at least planning — another album, with Rudd and Johnson both back in the lineup. Online reports have also indicated Angus Young will dedicate the new AC/DC album to his late brother. Ever since AC/DC completed the tour cycle for its 2014 album "Rock Or Bust" nearly three years ago — a turbulent trek that weathered the forced retirement and eventual death of co-founder Malcolm Young, plus the departures of Johnson, Rudd and Williams — fans have wondered whether sole remaining founding member Angus Young would keep the band going or decide it was time for AC/DC to pack it in. Johnson was forced to leave AC/DC mid-tour due to a dangerous level of hearing loss, and was eventually replaced on the road by GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose, while Williams decided to retire at the end of the cycle. This past February, a photo surfaced on social media suggesting that Williams has also returned to AC/DC and will appear on the rumored comeback album which is expected to be released in the coming months. 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