ZZ Top have postponed more US dates on their current North American tour following an injury to bassist Dusty Hill in Lubbock, TX on April 14. Hill suffered a dislocated shoulder in the incident as he was preparing to take the stage on the bandâs Hell Raisers tour. âDusty was suited up and ready to go when he tripped on a step while on his way to the stage for the start of the show,â says
David Lee Roth shares some vintage Van Halen tour stories on the latest edition of The Roth Show. In the episode entitled âBlack Christmas Treeâ, the rocker recounts tales of how the band and road crew worked together to keep the party going long after the concert ended. Van Halen were legendary for their post-show parties back in the day, as they built their own portable road gear to ensure
Sixx:A.M. are streaming their new album, âPrayers For The Damnedâ, in full to mark the projectâs release. The bandâs fourth record is the first of a double album project that will see a second volume surface later this year. "Between this album and Vol. 2,â says frontman James Michael, âwe'll leave no stone unturned in our quest to create important music and push the boundaries of rock."
Surviving Motorhead members Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee will join Saxon on stage to play a special one-off set of Saxon and Motorhead classics in a unique Salute To Lemmy at this year's Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards show at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith on June 13. "Lemmy was a great friend and he always supported our band - as we did MotÃ¶rhead - through ups and downs," says Saxon's Biff