The end ofTHE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLANmay be nigh, but the progressive metal pioneers are going out in a blaze of glory. Their final show has been set for December 29 at New York City's Terminal 5 and it is sure to be a night to remember. Supporting the band at this show will beCODE ORANGEandDAUGHTERS.
WhenAaron Lewisannounced his6th annual charity golf tournament and concert, fans knew it was going to be a special weekend with collaborative performances highlighting the bill. Those in attendance were treated to a myriad of extra surprises, which included tributes to Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell, as well as a Staind reunion, as the full band took the stage together for the first time since November 2014.
Catching a Melvins show is always a good time. The band routinely brings out an assortment of fans ranging from crust punks to indie rockers to metalheads to alternative supporters, proving that the band’s modus operandi of writing whatever the hell they want is widely appealing. Naturally, when you unite people from these various musical corners in New York City, it’s a guarantee that the room will be packed tight, which was just the case last night (Aug. 3) at Irving Plaza.
Foo FightersrecruitedPaul McCartneyto play drums on one track from their upcoming ninth LP,Concrete and Gold. In a new interview withET Canada, in which Dave Grohl called the Beatle "the most wonderful guy in the world," the band detailed how quickly the collaboration came together.
Charlie Benantehas confirmed thatANTHRAXhas commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to 2016's"For All Kings"album. "It's already been started," the drummer said during an appearance on the"Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon"podcast.