Corey's into MUSIC, playing Bass and Guitar (poorly), crappy Glam/Sleaze Metal, crappy old TV, collecting and restoring vintage arcade games, trips to Hollywood, dark import beers, Cleveland Browns and hanging out with his wife and young son.
Zakk Wylde says Black Label Society fans can look forward to a new album this spring.
The guitarist recently told Eric Blair of the California cable TV show "The Blairing Out with Eric Blair" that the follow-up to 2010's Order of the Black will be out in April 2014.
But Wylde isn't sharing many other details about the record. He joked that it's "going to be all completely the same as the last nine records," but with different song titles.
In the meantime, fans can enjoy the Black Label Society's live release Unblackened, which just cam out in September. The DVD-CD combo featured stripped down versions of the band's songs recorded throughout their history.
U2 is said to be eyeing a spring release for their next album. And Billboard.com says the band is also making plans to officially unveil the project with a commercial that will run during the Super Bowl.
The group is reportedly searching for brand partners for the ad.
U2's still untitled project will reportedly hit stores in April. The new album will be the Irish rocker's first full collection of new studio material since 2009's No Line on the Horizon.
Well, I've often heard of people going into shock after a car accident. I've never heard of going into 'ass-beating.'
Well, this has been kicking around a lot lately...former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach revealed that he was approached by Motley Crue to sing with the band when Vince Neil left the Motleys in 1992.
Of course, Motley mainman Nikki Sixx denied those claims.
Not that Bach has ever been completely on-the-money in the press (and usually because the poor guy has his words twisted beyond recognition), but Nikki's always been a pretty straight-shooter too.
This seems a little difficult to refute. Watch for yourself...
Thank goodness for cartoons, dude.
It turns out Erik Estrada had something to do with getting the Foo Fighters together for their upcoming concerts in Mexico City.
In a new promotional clip from the band, the former "CHiPs" star rides around on his motorcycle telling each member about the Foo Fighters' return to the stage. They're responses are, rather appropriately, overdubbed in Spanish.
Frontman Dave Grohl promises to make a "delicious chicken," while some of his bandmates talk about how clean and hot Mexico will be. The Foo Fighters are scheduled to head south of the border for a pair of shows at Mexico City's Foro Sol on December 11th and 13th. The gigs will be their first ever in Mexico, and their first anywhere in more than a year.
This was posted on Green Day's official website. If you've got any vintage Green, they wanna talk to you!
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This old lady kicks ass! I kinda want to cause mischief with her - ringing doorbells and running away, prank calls and, of course, teepeeing houses!
Watch her tear up GTAV