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“Without me begging him, it wouldn’t have happened”: Wife of Slayer’s Tom Araya says she “harassed” him for over a year to reunite the band
Sandra Araya, wife of Slayer vocalist/bassist Tom Araya has taken on some responsibility for the legendary thrash metal band's upcoming reunion shows. Her comments follow a recently published interview, in which Kerry King revealed he previously had little to no contact with Araya since the band hung it up back in 2019.See the Story
Staffordshire · Staffordshire
Plans Approved For Statue Of MOTÖRHEAD Frontman LEMMY In His U.K. Birthplace
According to BBC News, plans to erect a statue of MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy in the town where he was born have been approved. Lemmy was born Ian Kilmister in Burslem, one of the towns that is part of the city of Stoke-On-Trent in Staffordshire, before he and his family moved to Newcastle-under-Lyme....See the Story
"What I wish to ask you is if you still love your husband, or if you have another lover?" Eric Clapton's love letter to seduce Pattie Boyd when she was married to his friend George Harrison is quite something
Pattie Boyd's personal effects are to be auctioned in London next month. A letter written by Eric Clapton to Boyd in 1970 is expected to fetch £10,000-15,000. Boyd inspired Harrison to write the tender Beatles ballad Something. She also inspired him to write Layla and Wonderful Tonight.See the Story
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"One of the last genuine bluesmen out there – he is a legend and should be revered as such": Strong Persuader by Robert Cray - Album Of The Week Club review
Robert Cray took the blues to the masses with 1986's Strong Persuader. The album sold more than two million copies in the US. Cray proved himself capable of delivering a grittier feel on New Blood, Still Around and I Wonder, even while retaining his famously clean, user-friendly sound.See the Story
The best new rock songs you need to hear right now, including The Struts, Orianthi, Beaux Gris Gris & The Apocalypse and more
The Warning and Lesbian Bed Death did battle in our Tracks Of The Week competition. LBD claimed victory for them would be a "kick in the balls" for "the industry" So congratulations to LBD, for winning. And congratulations to Joanne Shaw Taylor, for coming third. Here's your winners again.See the Story
United Kingdom · United Kingdom
"I'll never forgive myself for shutting my mouth. From that day on it was never any good": Joe Strummer on the day he knew that The Clash had lost their soul
The Clash announced that they had disbanded in January 1986. Joe Strummer was the only surviving member of the band who recorded 1982's Combat Rock. The group's sixth album, Cut The Crap, had peaked at number 16 in the UK and number 88 on the Billboard 200, and had been savaged by music critics.See the Story
“We were challenging ourselves on this record and thought, ‘This might not work, but we’re going to find out!’” The story behind every song on Thrice’s The Artist In The Ambulance, in the band’s own words
The Artist In The Ambulance is Thrice's third album and major-label debut. It was an instant critical smash and, more than two decades on, remains a cult classic. On the cusp of a UK tour to celebrate Artist's belated 20th birthday, Hammer caught up with Dustin Kensrue to get the story behind each track.See the Story
"It's just two twenty-minute songs. Very conceptual." Steven Wilson updates on his unreleased new studio album
Steven Wilson has updated fans on his next studio album, only months after the release of his Top Four album The Harmony Codex. Wilson revealed that his next album will be different again, featuring just two long tracks and follows a conceptual theme. Wilson released his seventh studio album The harmony Codex in September.See the Story
"The camera pans across, and you realise there are 60,000 people throwing bottles of piss at us. It was terrifying": Nigel Planer looks back at hapless metal heroes Bad News
Nigel Planer, Adrian Edmondson and the late Rik Mayall personified the game-changing early-80s alternative comedy movement. In 1983, a year before This Is Spinal Tap, the trio (along with Peter Richardson) won over the UK's headbangers as Bad News. Planer's fan-favourite character, long-suffering rhythm guitarist Den Dennis, then made an unexpected return under the moniker Almost Bad News, denting the iTunes chart.See the Story
Louisville, Kentucky · Louisville
Louder Than Life unveils 2024 lineup
Louder Than Life, Louisville's massive rock music festival, is back in 2024 for its 10th year. Headlining the four-day festival this year is Slayer, Slipknot, M�tley Cr�e and Korn. The festival is hosting several lineup celebrations in the coming days, including a Dare to Care food drive on Friday, a party on Saturday at Taj and a pass giveaway at Sunday's wrestling match at Bellarmine.See the Story
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