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  • Rob Zombie to release Spookshow International Live next month

    Rob Zombie will release “Spookshow International Live” on February 24. “It's been 8 years since our last live album so we figured it was time for another,” said Zombie. “Actually we weren't planning on it, but we recorded a few shows and they sounded really great so we thought ‘fuck it’ let's get it out there.” “For the record,” he added, “no overdubs, no fixes, no fake crowd, no nothing. 100%

  • KISS release video for new single with Momoiro Clover Z

    KISS have released the video for their new single with Japanese Idol pop band Momoiro Clover Z. The pair have teamed up for “Yumeno Ukiyoni Saitemina”, which will be released on January 28. Each group will issue their own versions of the tune. The KISS edition will present three newly recorded tracks including a lead track and each off vocal version in a package totalling six tunes. The

  • VIDEO: Rolling Stones thank fans in Australia and New Zealand

    The Rolling Stones have issued a video message thanking fans in Australia and New Zealand for their support of the 14 On Fire tour shows last last year. “What a way to end the tour in Australia and New Zealand,” says Mick Jagger. “It’s a great place to play,” adds Keith Richards, “and the other great thing about Australia and New Zealand is that it’s summer…but it’s winter at home.” The

  • Glenn Hughes comments on California Breed split

    Glenn Hughes has issued his first public comments on the breakup of California Breed. The former Deep Purple bassist formed the group in 2013 with Jason Bonham – from the ashes of supergroup Black Country Communion - and guitarist Andrew Watt, who revealed last week that the band had called it quits. and released their self-titled debut last May, but Bonham soon bailed due to scheduling


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