"Riff Lord" and "Godfather of Metal" are two nicknames that have been ascribed to guitar legend Tony Iommi, but now he has a more professional one: Doctor. That's right, the Black Sabbath founder and mainstay will have the prestigious honorary doctorate bestowed upon him by Coventry University in England.
Fifth grade is a turning point where kids start to develop a sense of who they are and distinguish themselves among their peers. This kid had the guts to go out there and try to rock the crowd, playing guitar along to Black Veil Brides' 'In the End.'
Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe meets a lot of admirers when the band is out on tour, but the vocalist recently shared a humorous anecdote from the road where he obliviously met and hung out with Michael C. Hall, star of the recently wrapped TV series 'Dexter.'
While his classmates are idolizing today's current crop of pop stars, this kid is busy channeling Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine as he performs an impressive rendition of the Megadeth classic 'Angry Again.'
It has been seven years since Tool last gave us their last album, ‘10,000 Days,' which fans are hoping is not an indicator of how long they will have to wait before another one hits the shelves. There have been sporadic updates from members and the band's website and now singer Maynard James Keenan has given an update on the progress from where he stands.
In a spectacular demonstration of human will and determination, Cornel Hrisca-Munn has not allowed his physical challenges to prevent him from pursuing his ambitions. Born without forearms and only one functioning leg, Hrisca-Munn, who labels himself as a 'disabled drummer,' mans the sticks in an incredible performance of the Foo Fighters classic 'Everlong.'
On Oct. 22, brutal death metal got a little too brutal when fans' throats were slashed during Broken Hope's set as part of the 'No Salvation' 2013 tour with Deicide in El Paso, Texas. Reports indicated that three fans in total had their throats slashed with a box cutter and, luckily, all three were in stable condition following the attack. We are happy to report on the current condition of one of the healing victims, Julio Serrano.
Here we come, reach for your...pacifier!? That's right, everyone, this baby loves Pantera! With the devastating hit 'Cowboys From Hell' blasting in the background, this little one can't resist getting antsy to some metal. There's no denying Pantera's music makes you want to break things, so luckily this baby was restrained!
This cover is a little more unique than a traditional electric guitar cover of a timeless rock song. Here we are treated to a stunning acoustic performance of Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' by this young lad.
Alright, we all know it is a lot easier to sing along with a song than it is to sing it from memory, despite our vehement defense that we know all the lyrics to certain songs. Forget one line and you forget the next three. Mix one up and you'll never get back on track. However, this toddler has it down!
Just a hair prior to the one-year anniversary of singer Mitch Lucker's tragic death, Suicide Silence will enter the studio during the week of Nov. 4 to record their next album. The new disc will be the first to feature new vocalist Eddie Hermida (ex-All Shall Perish) and is sure to be a landmark moment in the band's career. Producer Steve Evetts (Sepultura, the Dillinger Escape Plan, Warbringer) will be returning to the Suicide Silence fold once again as he produced the band's last album 'The Black Crown,'
Well, they're sweet children of someone! This video from 2011 shows a group called the Lil Rock Band, which is comprised of kids aging between 11 and 15. One of the youngest looking members even pulls double duty handling rhythm guitar and vocals!
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