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TROUBLE: Three New Songs Available For Streaming

Chicago doom-metal legends TROUBLE will release their first studio album in six years, "The Distortion Field", in North America on July 16 and in Europe on August 23 via FRW Records. The 12-song follow-up to 2007's"Simple Mind Condition" is being helmed by veteran producer Bill Metoyer (SLAYER, W.A.S.P., ARMORED SAINT, DARK ANGEL, SACRED REICH, CRYPTIC SLAUGHTER, D.R.I.) and marks the recording debut with TROUBLE of lead singer Kyle Thomas following the departure of the group's frontman of four years, Kory Clarke (of WARRIOR SOUL fame). "The Distortion Field" track listing: 01. Sink Or Swim 02. Paranoid Conspiracy 03. Glass Of Lies 04. The Grey Chill Of Autumn

ROB ZOMBIE To Guest On ‘Counting Cars’

As the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival kick-off date for San Bernardino, California was ramping up and the fans were lining up, main-stage closing artist Rob Zombie was doing a bit of heavy metal double tasking — filming behind-the-scenes for History channel's "Counting Cars". The episode, in which the Count's Kustoms crew delivers a custom macabre-style overhaul on Rob's 1967 Ford F-100, will air on Tuesday, July 16 at 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central Time. Although the crew at Las Vegas-based Count's Kustoms are not new to the game, the finished product was no small feat. "Counting Cars" starDanny "The Count" Koker and his crew had just seven days to work on the truck and deliver it to Rob at the San Bernardino show — a turnaround faster than they've ever experienced on any project.

VOLBEAT: ‘Lola Montez’ Performance Video Released

"Lola Montez", the new video from Danish/American metal rock 'n' rollers VOLBEAT, can be seen below. The performance clip was filmed on June 8 at the Rock Am Ring festival in Nürburgring, Germany. "Lola Montez" comes off VOLBEAT's fifth studio album, "Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies", which was released in North America on April 9 via Vertigo/Republic Records/Universal Music. Seamlessly bringing together all of the band's influences and reshaping them into something gleaming and new, "Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies" is a record that's rich with stories and characters woven throughout its lyrics. Some are real — like the noble lady outlaw Pearl Hart, who held up a stagecoach to buy medicine for her dying mother, orLola Montez, the erotic dancer with her infamous "Spider Dance," or "Black Bart," the gentleman highwayman who wrote

JASON BONHAM: ‘My Dream Is To Do The Hologram Drum Solo With Dad Next To Me’

John Parks of Legendary Rock Interviews recently conducted an interview with Jason Bonham, son of legendary LED ZEPPELIN drummer John Bonham. An excerpts from the chat follows below. Legendary Rock Interviews: You've said before that your current touring band, JASON BONHAM'S LED ZEPPELIN EXPERIENCE, was in part inspired by the LED ZEPPELIN show at O2 Arena. How so? Jason: It was, but there was also a considerable amount of time between when the actual concert took place in '07 and when the "Celebration Day" CD/DVD was released late last year where I gave it lot of thought. I really started considering it but I was of two minds. At first, I thought I would really just leave playing those songs with those guys at that and I was really worried about what people would think — not critics, but fans in general. I gave it a tremendous amount of thought, and it was a couple of years before I actually took it out on the road and it was well-received. Then, when the actual O2 concert was finally released, I would have never imagined that I would still be playing the material and doing the shows, but it's still doing well. I think the DVD of "Celebration Day"helped, though, people seeing me performing with John Paul [Jones],Jimmy [Page] and Robert [Plant]. It's definitely helped with people coming out to the shows. I think if you were a non-believer before, I feel confident that my performance on that show wa

Video: EXODUS Guitarist GARY HOLT Performs SLAYER Classics With HANNEMAN LECTER

EXODUS leader and SLAYER touring guitarist Gary Holt joinedHANNEMAN LECTER, an "all-star" tribute to SLAYER guitarist Jeff Hanneman, on stage last night (Saturday, July 13) at the Hannemaniaevent at the Oakland Metro Operahouse in Oakland, California to perform cover versions of several SLAYER classics, including "The Antichrist" and"South Of Heaven". Also making an appearance with HANNEMAN LECTER was FORBIDDEN and SPIRALARMS guitarist Craig Locicero. Check out fan-filmed video footage below. HANNEMAN LECTER is: * Manny Lopez (ULYSSES SIREN) - Bass, Vocals * Sven Soderlund (MERCENARY SF) - Guitar * Chris Kontos (ATTITUDE AJUSTMENT, MACHINE HEAD) - Drums * Michael J. Gardner (DEADLANDS) - Guitar

MORBID ANGEL To Perform Entire ‘Covenant’ Album On Upcoming Tour

Florida-based death metal veterans MORBID ANGEL will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their best-selling album, "Covenant", by embarking on the "Covenant: 1993-2013" tour. In 1992, MORBID ANGEL was the first death metal band to be signed to a major record company (Giant Records/Warner Brothers) and"Covenant" was the group's first release for that label in the USA. The LP was issued on June 22, 1993 and went on to garner great critical and commercial success. On the "Covenant: 1993-2013" tour, MORBID ANGEL will play the"Covenant" album in its entirety and, after a short


MEGADETH was joined by a number of musicians, including Slash (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER), Zakk Wylde (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY,OZZY OSBOURNE), Jason Newsted (NEWSTED, METALLICA, VOIVOD),David Draiman (DISTURBED, DEVICE) and Vinnie Paul Abbott(HELLYEAH, PANTERA) on stage at last night's (Friday, July 12) 97.1 The Eagle Presents BFD 2013 concert at Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas, Texas to perform a cover version of the THIN LIZZY classic "Cold Sweat". A couple of short video clips of the performance can be seen below. Also available are a couple of photos of the jam. The 97.1 The Eagle Presents BFD 2013 concert included all the bands that are taking part in this year's edition of Gigantour, the critically acclaimed package festival founded in 2005 by MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine: headliners MEGADETH, along with BLACK LABEL SOCIETY,DEVICE, the new band fronted by DISTURBED singer David Draiman;HELLYEAH, featuring Vinnie Paul Abbott (PANTERA, DAMAGEPLAN),Chad Gray and Greg Tribbett (MUDVAYNE), Tom Maxwell(NOTHINGFACE) and Bob "Zilla" Kakaha (DAMAGEPLAN); NEWSTED, the new band led by former METALLICA, VOIVOD and FLOTSAM AND JETSAM bassist Jason Newsted; and DEATH DIVISION, the heavy, technically aggressive and melodic band founded by bassist Jerry Montano (HELLYEAH, DANZIG, NOTHINGFACE), drummer Tim Yeung(MORBID ANGEL, DIVINE HERESY, HATE ETERNAL, NILE), vocalist/guitarist Sean De La Tour and lead guitarist Rick Di Marco.

TOMMY LEE Says ‘Celebrity’ Is ‘The Most Misused Word Ever’

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee has posted the following message on his Facebook page: "I'm a celebrity….really? "I think that means being famous, having pissed on the world's fire hydrant, leaving your mark for years to come and making a dent in the globe the size of the hole in the ozone? "The world's view of a celeb today is the most fucked up, watered down bullshit I've ever seen. "I've been in this game for many years now and the abundance of lame TV shows really sets a gruesome standard. Stupid shows about finding love on national TV? Partying in Jersey? Trapped on some island? Celebrity REHAB? The B-C crew that weren't celebs in the first place!!... Celebrity apprentice? If you are a celeb, why are you looking for an internship?

SLASH Talks Solo Band, Possibility Of Classic GUNS N’ ROSES Lineup Reunion

In a brand new interview with John J. Moser of The Morning Call, legendary guitarist Slash (GUNS N' ROSES, VELVET REVOLVER) spoke about the current lineup of his solo band, dubbed SLASH FEATURING MYLES KENNEDY AND THE CONSPIRATORS, which features Myles Kennedy (vocals), Brent Fitz (drums), Todd Kerns (bass) and Frank Sidoris (guitar). Slash: "I only called [Myles to sing on my self-titled 2010 solo debut album] because I'd heard a lot about him… I was really curious to see what he sang like. And since I was doing this record with all these different singers, I asked him to come in. And he was just phenomenal, and … I really liked him as a person. You know, his whole personality and his attitude and everything really jelled with mine. "The longer we knew each other, the more I really just liked working with him. I thought we had a really great chemistry and we started writing on the road." "I put together what I thought was, you know, a quick pickup band [to tour in support of the first record]. But it turned out to be, like, the perfect bunch of guys. And I just thought that, after we'd been on the road for awhile, we should just go in the studio and make a record with these guys."