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Tag Archives: Journey

You won’t stop believin’ a Journey cassette was mistaken for a bomb

Posted by on October 31, 2018

Cassette tapes are a blast from the past, or perhaps they are on the road to becoming a suspicious, BLAST. While there’s countless of horrific bomb threats all over the globe, it seems there’s been some confusion after looking at this piece of vintage technology. According to local news station CBS 17, a bomb squad […]

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Journey & Def Leppard announces massive co-headlining North American Tour, Def Leppard’s original masters now streaming

Posted by on January 19, 2018

With the hope that the rumors we heard about Ozzy touring with Stone Sour and Slayer with Anthrax, Testament, Lamb of God, and Behemoth, turn out to be true, these could be one of the biggest tours of the year. However, while we wait for these details to be confirmed, Journey and Def Leppard have […]

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Metal by Numbers: The best-selling rock and metal in 2016

Posted by on January 5, 2017

Mid-last year, we broke down what the biggest-selling albums of 2016 were through the first four months of the year. A lot more records came out since then, and with the year over, we’ve taken a look at what the biggest-selling metal and hard rock records in 2016 were. Notice we didn’t say “of” 2016, […]

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Jane’s Addiction, Bad Brains, Pearl Jam, Yes among Rock Hall of Fame nominees

Posted by on October 18, 2016

Today, the increasingly irrelevant Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees for 2017 were announced, and there are a few surprises, but nothing that exciting. Jane’s Addiction, Pearl Jam, Yes and Bad Brains are among the more rock-leaning of this year’s nominees, who needed to have had their first single or album released in 1991 […]

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Metal by Numbers: 2016’s top-selling metal and hard rock so far

Posted by on May 2, 2016

We’re more than 1/3rd through 2016 already, and we’re not sure where the time’s going. What we are sure of is that there’s a lot of metal out and a solid amount of it is selling. Last year in August, we took a look at what the biggest selling metal titles in 2015 were through […]

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Jorn covers ABBA singer on first single from new album

Posted by on April 28, 2016

Jorn Lande has recorded a lot of music – over 40 albums, according a press release we got this morning. And his powerful vocals are front and center on everything he does. Today he announced his latest album, Heavy Rock Radio, due out on June 3 on Frontiers Music. Unlike most of his albums, this will […]

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Former Ozzy drummer Deen Castronovo jailed for rape

Posted by on July 1, 2015

Journey drummer Deen Castronovo has quite a resume – over the course of his career, he’s drummed with Ozzy Osbourne (Ozzmosis), Steve Vai (Alien Love Secrets), and he’s going to be on the new Fear Factory album for a song as well. There’s something else on his resume he might want erased from it though – […]

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New Fear Factory song will feature Journey drummer

Posted by on May 26, 2015

It’s been about a year since Fear Factory announced that they were heading over to Nuclear Blast for their ninth album. The finish line is finally in sight for Genexus, with an August 7th release date and a brand new bassist in the form of Tony Campos, former Static-X and Ministry member. He’s not the only notable […]

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Former Journey singer Steve Perry performs live for the first time in 19 years

Posted by on May 27, 2014

Yeah, we know it’s not really metal and you’re probably sick of “Don’t Stop Belevin’” for one reason or another, but this is pretty cool. Steve Perry, best known as the former frontman for Journey, made a his first live appearance in 19 years at an Eels show in St. Paul, Minnesota. He song on […]

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Sebastian Bach Has Proof That He At Least Rehearsed With Motley Crue

Posted by on September 15, 2013

A lot of back and forth comments have been made between Sebastian Bach and Nikki Sixx. The center of it all has been whether or not the former Skid Row singer was asked to replace Vince Neil in the early 90s, with Bach insistent that he was despite Sixx denying it. The Motley Crue bassist […]

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