Month: June 2018

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MUSHROOMHEAD To Release ‘Volume III’ DVD In August Read The Article

The Beatles released their LP “Yesterday and Today” on June 15, 1966. (Some sources say the 14th, others say the 20th). The album featured a cover by photographer Robert Whitaker where the group, dressed in butcher smocks, is surrounded by decapitated baby dolls and raw meat. There were some people who weren’t very happy about […]

MEGADETH’s DAVE MUSTAINE On Possibility Of More ‘Big Four’ Shows: ‘There’s One Person That’s Holding It Up For Everybody’ Read The Article

51 years ago today, one of the first festival concerts and one of the most important, the Monterey International Pop Festival began. It was a 3 day festival. The performances of a lot of the acts bought them their first major attention in the US and for some the world. Over the next few days […]

JASON BONHAM On GRETA VAN FLEET: ‘I Worry The Hype Will Ruin Them’ Read The Article

16th June 1972, David Bowie released his fifth studio album The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars a concept album telling the story of a fictional bisexual alien rock star named Ziggy Stardust. The album which reached No.5 in the UK and No. 75 in the US has been consistently […]

This was written by Al Kooper 3 years ago today. It’s a great story so we thought we would repost it: Tuesday, June 16, 2015 IT WAS FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY! On June 16th, 1965 the complete take of “Like A Rolling Stone” was recorded (Take 4) at approximately 3:30 PM in Studio A at […]

FOO FIGHTERS And GUNS N’ ROSES Perform ‘It’s So Easy’ Together At Italy’s FIRENZE ROCKS Festival (Video) Read The Article

16th June 1965, Bob Dylan recorded ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ at Columbia Recording Studios in New York City, in the sessions for the forthcoming ‘Highway 61 Revisited’ album. Session musicians included Mike Bloomfield and Al Kooper, whose Hammond organ on ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ became one of rock’s most recognizable sounds. More on Bob Dylan: […]

BEHEMOTH’s Upcoming Album Will Feature ‘An Even More Organic’ Yet ‘Still Very Striking And Very Aggressive’ Sound Read The Article


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