In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Queen drummer Roger Taylor commented that he is against the band using a hologram of the late Freddie Mercury on tour:
While Martel’s vocal resemblance to Mercury is striking, Taylor noted that there’s no replacing Queen’s iconic singer, who died in 1991. And Taylor firmly dismissed the notion that he would ever perform with a “hologram” of Mercury, the way that Dr. Dre did with one of Tupac Shakur at Coachella. “I don’t want to sit up here with a hologram of my dear friend,” said Taylor. “Were somebody to use a hologram of Freddie, I don’t think I would have an objection. But I don’t want to. It just didn’t sit too well with me.
The season finale of the online series Adults Only is now available for streaming. This represents the eighth episode and features Sebastian Bach. Watch the full episode below and see Bach get punched and take a knee to the head. It’s only 11 minutes, you spare it.
“The End of the Beginning”
Featuring Special Guest Star: SEBASTIAN BACH
Still reeling from the events of the previous episode, the crew finds themselves in the thick of it when a blast from the store’s past returns, looking to settle a score.
Over the past decade there has been a surge in female participation in hard rock and heavy metal bands, and some of these women have proven to be some of the best vocalists in hard music today. Here is a list of the Top 10 Women of Heavy Metal, arranged according to not only good looks and talent—don’t get us wrong, they are certainly hot—but how hard they rock! These are the 10 best women vocalists tearing it up today.
Hellyeah released the track listing for new album Band of Brothers to be released June 5.
01. War In Me
02. Band Of Brothers
04. Drink Drank Drunk
05. Bigger God
06. Between You And Nowhere
07. Call It
08. Why Does It Always
09. WM Free
10. Dig Myself A Hole
11. What It Takes To Be Me
Dee Snider (Twisted Sister) will release the music video for “Mack The Knife” tomorrow May 1. The track will appear on his upcoming Dee Does Broadway album out May 8. In the meantime, check out Dee’s rendition of “Cabaret” here.
Marilyn Manson is releasing his new album Born Villain tomorrow May 1, however you can listen to the entire album now at AOL streaming Full CD Listening Party. Head on over and hear the new Manson. It includes bonus Carly Simon cover track “You’re So Vain” featuring actor Johnny Depp.
Dio’s final studio album Master of the Moon will be re-released on picture disc June 5 via Niji Entertainment Group for the first time in the US. The record’s lineup includes Ronnie James Dio on vocals, Craig Goldy on guitar/keyboards, Jeff Pilson on bass, Scott Warren on keyboards, and Simon Wright on drums.
“One More for the Road” – 3:18
“Master of the Moon” – 4:19
“The End of the World” – 4:39
“Shivers” – 4:15
“The Man Who Would Be King” – 4:58
“The Eyes” – 6:27
“Living the Lie” – 4:25
“I Am” – 5:00
“Death by Love” – 4:21
“In Dreams” – 4:26