Month: July 2018

Page: 6

KIKO LOUREIRO Looks Back On His First Show With MEGADETH: ‘That Concert Was Really Difficult, But It Was Fun’ Read The Article

STONE SOUR’s ROY MAYORGA ‘Felt Horrible’ When JOSH RAND Stepped Away From Band To Address Addiction Issues Read The Article

POISON Drummer: ‘We Get Judged On What We Looked Like And Sounded Like On An Album That Happened 32 Years Ago’ Read The Article

AC/DC’s ‘Hells Bells’ Featured In Trailer For World War II Horror Movie ‘Overlord’ Read The Article

SYMPHONY X Guitarist MICHAEL ROMEO: ‘Fear The Unknown’ Video Read The Article

28th July 1973, The Watkins Glen outdoor summer jam was held outside of Watkins Glen, New York with The Allman Brothers Band, The Grateful Dead and The Band. Over 600,000 rock fans attended. Many historians claimed the event was the largest gathering of people in the history of the United States. 150,000 tickets were sold […]

It was just going to be a one day jam session. It turned out to be bigger than Woodstock. On July 28, 1973, “The Summer Jam” was held at the Watkin-Glen racetrack in upstate New York. The ‘Jam’ would feature the Allman Brothers Band, the Grateful Dead and The Band. It received the Guinness Book […]

BEHEMOTH To Tour North America With AT THE GATES; BLABBERMOUTH.NET Presale Available Read The Article

IMPELLITTERI To Release ‘The Nature Of The Beast’ Album In October Read The Article

On July 28, 1978, a movie was released that changed part of the American culture, 40 years ago today, National Lampoon’s Animal House was released to an un-suspecting public. Toga party’s became common place and it seemed everyone was up for a food fight. How many times have you seen it? And, is there one […]

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