New Guns N' Roses Almost Finished »
Guns N' Roses are nearly finished with their new album, according to guitarist Richard Fortus, who unveiled news of the follow-up to 2008's Chinese Democracy to Noise11. The band has reportedly completed a number of songs for the new album during a recent studio visit. However, Fortus did say that the album probably wouldn't be released this year, but maybe during 2014.
KISS Get Own Bulls In Partnership With Professional Bull Riders »
KISS will debut its band-themed bulls at the upcoming PBR Last Cowboy Standing event today in Las Vegas. The rockers have six bulls entering the ring of 26 PBR Built Ford Tough Series hitting the nation this summer. Kiss Monster, Kiss Destroyer, Kiss Animalize, Kiss Revenge, Kiss Love Gun and Kiss Psycho Circus are the names of the bulls, who even have eye makeup drawn on them.
Mick Jagger Says Keith Richard's Apology Was Prerequisite For The Band Touring »
Mick Jagger wasn't about to go on tour with the Rolling Stones until Keith Richards apologized for the latter's disses in his 2010 autobiography, Life. Richards insinuated in the book that Jagger has a small penis - one of the many issues that needed to be hashed out, said Jagger in an interview with Rolling Stone.
David Bowie Releases 'The Next Day' Video Featuring Gary Oldman »
David Bowie has unveiled the music video for "The Next Day," the third single from his latest album of the same name. The vid, directed by Floria Sigismundi (The Runaways), features actor Gary Oldman and Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard. Oldman plays a sketchy priest, while Cotillard plays a prostitute suffering from stigmata.
Rare Beatles Guitar Played By John Lennon And George Harrison Arrives In London »
A rare guitar played by both John Lennon and George Harrison is on display at the Stafford London Hotel before it goes up for auction at Julien's Auctions in New York on May 18. The guitar was a gift from Lennon to his friend Alex Mardas in 1967. On the back of the guitar, there is a plaque which reads "To Magic Alex / Alexi thank you / for been [sic] a friend / 2-5-1967 John"
Frank Zappa's Bandmates Launching New Project »
Project Object, a band composed of former Frank Zappa instrumentalists, is on the road performing Zappa classics from all eras. The group, which includes Ike Willis, Ray White, Ed Mann, Denny Walle and Tom Fowler, began the tour on May 8 at Teaneck, New Jersey's Mexiali, and continues through May 26 at Hard, Austria's Kammgarn venue.