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Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic Performs Campaign Song for Politician Bill Finkbeiner

Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic has found passion in political activism along with music, but now, the legendary musician has combined the two in a campaign video for Washington Lt. Governor hopeful Bill Finkbeiner. The Republican politician teamed up with Novoselic to perform his own campaign theme, a take on Johnny Cash’s ‘I’ve Been Everywhere.’ The song is accompanied by a YouTube video, which begins with a statement from Finkbeiner. “It’s

Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine Celebrates Birthday Onstage in Argentina, Nearly Falls Over

Megadeth‘s Dave Mustaine celebrated his 51st birthday on Sept. 13 by playing a concert to a packed house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. After playing their last song of the night, Mustaine was surprised with a birthday cake onstage by two lovely ladies, while the crowd sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to the legendary frontman in both English and Spanish. Megadeth founding member and bassist David Ellefson led the crowd in singing ‘Happy

Dan Hawkins of The Darkness Dishes on Owning a Custom Guitar Crafted for Jimmy Page

The Darkness recently returned with their new disc ‘Hot Cakes’ on Aug. 21, ending a six year drought of new music from the Brit rockers. In a new interview, guitarist Dan Hawkins talks about playing in a band with his brother Justin and owning a custom Les Paul that was made for the legendary Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin fame. Dan Hawkins is definitely the more demure of the two

Summer Slaughter Tour Brings ‘Demented Aggression’ to New York City – Exclusive Photos

The 2012 Summer Slaughter Festival tour is an all-embracing showcase of everything extreme. With an incredibly eclectic and brutal lineup consisting of Cannibal Corpse, Between the Buried and Me, Periphery, Goatwhore, Exhumed and more, there was no way in hell we were going to miss the New York City date. At the legendary Irving Plaza, metalheads were camping outside the venue long before the doors even opened … at 2pm.

Death Win Silver Medal in Extreme Metal Olympics

The memory of Chuck Schuldiner and the music of Death live on through those who have embraced the music of the death metal pioneers. Despite being the only inactive band featured in the Extreme Metal Olympics, the legendary group walked away with a silver medal. When it comes to death metal, there is no band that deserve the highest order of respect more than Death. The death metal pioneers began the

Duff McKagan Interviews Jack White About Solo Disc ‘Blunderbuss’

When former Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan isn’t rocking out on stage with one of his bands Velvet Revolver or Loaded, he pens a regular column for ‘Seattle Weekly’ that covers everything from sports to politics and of course music. In his latest column, the legendary bassist digs a little deeper into the music scene, interviewing Jack White who recently released his solo debut ‘Blunderbuss.’ McKagan starts off his

Rob Halford Talks ‘Screaming for Vengeance,’ Future of Judas Priest + More

On July 17, 1982, Judas Priest released their eight studio album. ‘Screaming for Vengeance.’ Thirty years later, the legendary metal band will celebrate one of their most successful albums this September with the release of a special 30th anniversary edition, including the re-mastered original album plus bonus tracks and a live DVD from the 1983 US Festival Show. We recently spent some time chatting with the one and only Rob

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