We've all heard the new Filter tune 'What Do You Say?' by now, correct? (If not you're missing out....)
Anywho the band has released another tune via a Loudwire.com exclusive stream from their new album 'The Sun Comes Out Tonight' set to drop on June 4th. The tune is called 'Self Inflicted' and has to do with some serious subject matter -- mass shooters.
Now before you get all up in arms about the subject, do yourself a favor and listen to this new track. The main message of the song is an interesting one and really puts a unique spin on a serious situation. Find out more on the song meaning and listen to the new tune here.
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Enjoy the rest of your Tuesday and stay safe!
What did you go to school for? Did you even go to college? If I told you that it's possible to get a degree in Heavy Metal would you consider hitting the books?
No seriously, a British College is the first to offer up an actual degree in Heavy Metal. Just let that sink in for a moment....
Courses include history of heavy metal, it's relationship to religion, association with video games, and practical skills such as on stage performance, recording, and music theory.
Sounds fun, right? Do be warned, educators are calling it a rigourous course load.
You can view the complete details of the Heavy Metal Degree by here.
I think college could have been way more entertaining if I would of had friends majoring in Heavy Metal. Just saying...
And no, we're not talking about the non-stick kind.
The current "Sick of It" artists have released the title track of their new album, 'Rise' and let's just say it's a pretty killer tune.
The new CD is set to drop on June 25th and if you like what you hear, you can pre-order it now. I think it's safe to say that the new tracks are going to be EPIC!
So, thank you Skillet for once again rocking our socks off. What else do you need to know after hearing that?
Looking for a new job? Do you possess out of this world rock skills?
You may want to apply to be the lead singer of Velvet Revolver. Word on the street is that the group is still looking for a permant fix to their frontman vacancy issue.
In a recent interview, Slash revealed that the group is still 'quietly' looking for someone to replace Scott Weiland (Do you think he has commitment issues?!). At first, we weren't sure if the group was going to find anyone to take his place, but after Slash's public comments it's easy to see that Velvet Revolver is ready to move on.
Slash and Myles have been staying as busy as they can with bringing us some new music. Slash and other former members of Velvet Revolver will also be making an appearance in Brazil.
Maybe one day the band will get back together. Maybe one day Velvet Revolver will return with a new frontman. Maybe one day the remaining members will just call it quits. Who knows?
That's all I got for Friday, kids. Enjoy your weekend and keep it rocking!
What if I told you that you would get a shot to see just exactly what the Stone Temple Pilots can do without Scott Weiland? Well, be prepared to do some observing.
The STP crew, minus Weiland of course, will be performing at the MusiCares MAP Fund Benefit in L.A. at the end of the month. It will be their very first gig after 'firing' Weiland.
I want to say it will be nice to have the group back together, but no one really knows how they will do without their former frontman. I guess it's up to us to dissect the performance on May 30th.
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