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Tag Archives: Eddie Trunk

Rob Zombie to release new album in early 2019

Posted by on May 14, 2018

Rob Zombie recently spoke to Eddie Trunk on his SiriusXM Trunk Nation show and revealed his new album will arrive in early 2019. It doesn’t look like the musician/filmmaker will have much rest as he already started filming Three From Hell and will soon embark on a co-headlining North American tour with Marilyn Manson. Zombie […]

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Interview: Jim Florentine talks new book, opening for Slayer, ‘That Metal Show’ status

Posted by on March 15, 2018

Any band will tell you opening for Slayer is a tough gig, but imagine tackling this task with just a microphone and some jokes. This has to make playing the roughest of comedy clubs seem like making a bowl of cereal. Perhaps it’s experiences like these that have stand-up comic Jim Florentine appear so comfortable […]

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Ready for the Big Three? Dave Mustaine hints at one holdout

Posted by on January 30, 2018

We found out last year that Slayer will reign one last time before calling it quits. And while there’s plenty of time to shed tears (from a lacerated sky!) before the band play their final show, Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine has stated that he’d like to do at least one more Big Four show along with […]

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About last night… The Grammys disappoint metal again

Posted by on February 13, 2017

We’ll start off by saying this – we know, the Grammys don’t care much about metal. Music’s Biggest Night (or so they call it) has paid lip service to metal since 1989, the first year they gave an award to heavy stuff. After making their network debut with a blistering version of “One,” Metallica promptly […]

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Is Ace Frehley rejoining KISS next year?

Posted by on September 30, 2016

  While KISS just keep touring and Gene Simmons keeps himself in the news however he can, quite possibly, the biggest success story of the past five years regarding the band is founding guitarist Ace Frehley, who hasn’t been in the band since 2002. His 2014 solo album, Space Invader, debuted at #9 on Billboard’s chart, […]

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VH1 Classic cancels ‘That Metal Show’

Posted by on January 19, 2016

It’s been an impressive eight year run over 14 seasons, but VH1 Classic has declined to renew That Metal Show. Host Eddie Trunk and co-hosts Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine made the announcement concurrently at Noon via their social media. The show was VH1 Classic’s longest-running program, and no reason was given for their decision to […]

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That Metal Show returns, announces Max Cavalera, Gary Holt among guests

Posted by on February 17, 2015

VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show is returning this Saturday (21), and they’ve announced a pretty diverse lineup of guests for what’s going to be their 14th season. The 12-episode season will kick off this coming Saturday with Rush’s Geddy Lee and Dream Theater’s John Petrucci. Among the guests returning to the show are Anthrax’s Scott Ian, […]

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Warrant, Lita Ford, Quiet Riot concert canceled mid-show

Posted by on June 23, 2014

It looks like Eyehategod wasn’t the only band to get shafted be a concert promoter this past weekend. Saturday’s “Rockesha” concert at the Waukesha, WI County Fairgrounds, which was to feature Firehouse, Warrant, Lita Ford, Quiet Riot and Mr. Big’s Eric Martin, got canceled after the first act played. WISN said that as road crews […]

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Revolver Golden Gods Awards will be airing on VH1 Classic

Posted by on April 16, 2014

Many in the West Coast metal industry will be at the Club Nokia in Los Angeles next Wednesday  (23) for the Golden Gods Awards. However, for those not able to make it out that don’t want to hunker down around a computer screen, the event is returning to television, and will air on VH1 Classic […]

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Turns out no version of KISS will be performing at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame ceremony

Posted by on February 23, 2014

This past weekend, Ace Frehley revealed that Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley were preventing the original lineup of KISS from performing at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Ceremony (followed by Peter Criss revealing similar details). Well, now it turns out that despite previous reports, no version of KISS will be performing at the […]

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