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Everything you need to know from the world of rock over the past seven days… The 11 biggest news stories you might have missed this week are right here Link to original article here

The heavy metal community is no stranger to occasionally tragic incidents … The Day Dimebag Darrell Was Killed [post embed] Source = click here:

9th December 1978, Chic started a seven week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Le Freak.' Nile Rodgers later stated that the song was devised during New Years Eve of 1977, as a result of him and bassist Bernard Edwards being refused entrance to Studio 54, in New York City, where they […]

METALLICA – Fan-Filmed Video Of "Seek & Destroy" And "Sad But True" Live In Sacramento PostedOn December 7th, Metallica performed at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA. Capital Chaos TV has posted footage of "Seek & Destroy" and "Sad But True" from the show. Check it out below. The setlist on the night was as […]

MIKE PORTNOY Posts Studio Drum Cam Footage Of THE NEAL MORSE BAND's Recording Session For "Welcome To The World"The Neal Morse Band – Neal Morse (lead vocals, guitars, keyboards), Mike Portnoy (drums, vocals), Randy George (bass), Bill Hubauer (keyboards, vocals), Eric Gillette (guitars, vocals) – will take fans on The Great Adventure with their latest […]

A new singer, no songs, and even some onstage argy-bargy as Bruce Dickinson and Steve Harris vied for the spotlight, just how did Iron Maiden make their landmark album? Some Kind Of Monster: How Iron Maiden Made The Number Of The Beast Link to original article here

The Eagles’ layered and frank meditation on the price of fame is a reflection of where they were in life in the mid-’70s … Eagles Hit Pinnacle Exploring Paradise Lost on ‘Hotel California’ [post embed] Source = click here:

STRIKER Guitarist TIM BROWN Featured On New Episode Of The Right To Rock Podcast (Audio) has issued their latest podcast (episode #244), featuring Striker guitarist Tim Brown. Tim took time out of his busy schedule to discuss the band's writing process and tour schedule in support of their latest album, Play To Win. Check out […]

Today’s Big Question comes from Kevin Rowan, who says, “What artist do you acknowledge is important to the history of rock’n’roll but personally don’t enjoy their music?” Thanks Kevin! Link to original article here

December 6, 1969: The Rolling Stones wound up their US tour with a free concert at the Altamont Speedway in northern California. An estimated 300,000 attended the event; also on the bill were Santana, The Jefferson Airplane, The Flying Burrito Brothers and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. During the Stones’ set, 18 year-old Meredith Hunter […]

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