DRAIMAN Says ROLLING STONE Is ‘Creating A Platform For A Future Generation Of Psychopaths’

DISTURBED and DEVICE singer David Draiman spoke to Revolt TV about the controversy surrounding the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine which features a cover photo of the Boston Marathon bombing suspectDzhokhar "Jahar" Tsarnaev. You can now watch the chat below. Critics have accused the magazine of glorifying Tsarnaev like a rock star by depicting him in the same light as a young Bob Dylan or Jim Morrison. On what his first reaction upon learning of the Rolling Stone's "The Bomber" cover: Draiman: "Disgust. Aberration. Anger. Resentment. Shock.

KATAKLYSM Frontman Slams ROLLING STONE Magazine Over ‘The Bomber’ Cover Story

Vocalist Maurizio Iacono of Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based death metallers KATAKLYSM has weighed in on yesterday's top story: the controversial Rolling Stone cover featuring alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. According to Fox News, the issue, which hits newsstands Friday, features an picture of an unsmiling Tsarnaev above the bolded legend "The Bomber." The subhead promises to reveal "[h]ow a popular, promising student was failed by his family, fell into radical Islam, and became a monster." Writing on his Facebook page, Iacono said: "Rolling Stone magazine: If they had to put something, they should have put his brother's blown up face on the cover with 'this is what happens to idiots' instead they put this fucker and glorify him, looking like a rockstar. "Really? I'm not a reader of this mag, but I've known it all my life and always saw it as the pinnacle of 'if you're a musician and you make the cover of Rolling Stone, you made it big time.' It took AC/DC their entire career to make the cover of this mag because they were snobbed by them, [yet it only] took this kid some explosives and guns.

Queens of The Stone Age
…Like Clockwork

In the past two decades post rock and alternative rock made a strong impact on the music industry. In 1998, Queens of the Stone Age released their debut album with Josh Homme, the band’s vocalist, guitarist and main composer on the front line. The band created a huge fanbase, especially in the USA, recording busily for a decade and on. Josh Homme and Queens of the Stone Age returned to release their sixth full-length record ‘…Like Clockwork’. In this album, Joey Castillo, the band’s drummer got fired and Dave Grohl (Homme’s close friend) replaced him as a session musician. The band continues with four members in its line-up and a darker (as Josh states) new music record.

STONE SOUR: ‘The Uncanny Valley’ Lyric Video Released

STONE SOUR has released a lyric video for "The Uncanny Valley", a track from the band's latest album, "House of Gold & Bones Part 2", the second installment and conclusion to the group's "House of Gold & Bones" two-part concept album. The CD, which arrived everywhere this past April, debuted at No. 10 on The Billboard 200, marking the group's fourth consecutive Top 10 debut, an incredible achievement for the three-time Grammy-nominated act. Furthermore, the first three issues of "House of Gold & Bones" (Dark Horse Comics) are available now. Written by Corey Taylor, the comic book follows and develops the story contained within the two-part album and features stunning covers from Jason Shawn Alexander ("Empty Zone", "Batman", "Abe Sapien"). This limited four-issue series marksTaylor's debut in the comics genre.

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE: ‘I Appear Missing’ Animated Video Released

Following the cryptic surfacing of the and its hazy semi-clues and last night's Adult Swim ad, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE have unveiled a trailer scored by three minutes of the never-before-heard "I Appear Missing", which appears in its entirety on the band's upcoming "...Like Clockwork" album, due out June 4 on Matador Records. Showcasing disturbingly beautiful (or beautifully disturbing?) images from the boundless imagination of "...Like Clockwork" visual visionary, enigmatic U.K. artist Boneface (brought to life by animator Liam Brazier), "I Appear Missing" is a hypnotic journey into a nightmare-scape that adds illustrative dimension to another audio glimpse of the coming storm that is "...Like Clockwork".