Some metal royalty takes on a classic grunge track.
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To your average listener, death metal does not sound sexy. Sex is an act that makes one feel alive and in touch with their body, and exists in part to create new life. Death metal, […]
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Nu metal, pop-punk, garage rock, emo and plenty more. Continue reading… …Continue Reading

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Under The Southern Stars rock music event have announced revised dates for the extravaganza that had to be postponed because of COVID.
 
Unfortunately Live have had to withdraw due to scheduling conflicts but in their place will be the mighty Cheap Trick!
 
Also performing will be Bush and the Stone Temple Pilots with…Continue Reading

The other members allege that Noah Weiland “was heading down a dark path of drug use that got in the way of our friendship as well as the band.”
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It sounds a whole lot like Velvet Revolver.
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Meet Suspect208, the faces might not look familiar but you may have heard of some of their dads. The band features frontman Noah Weiland, 20, son of late Stone Temple Pilots vocalist Scott Weiland. Drummer London Hudson, 18, is the son of Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash. Tye Trujillo, isContinue Reading

It sounds a LOT like Velvet Revolver.
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