New Noize Weekly 08.30.22 – Ep493


We’re back to discuss all the current rock and metal news with New Noize Weekly!

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Kingdom Come drummer James Kottak will be sitting out their upcoming Texas concerts; giving way to former Slaughter drummer Blas Elias. Does this mean Kottak’s tenure in the band is done? We discuss it.

Sammy Hagar claims that he was visited by Eddie Van Halen in a dream and that it resulted in a new song. He says he’ll be recording it and giving co-writer credit to the late, great guitarist. Is this true or is it Sammy just drumming up more press for himself? We give our thoughts.

Paul Stanley says that new KISS music would be setting himself up for disappointment. Is he right? We give our take on the subject.

Bret Michaels claims that a new Poison album would result in a fist fight between the band members. We share our take on his recent statement.

Blackie Lawless purchased Elvis’ master bedroom furniture. Huh? We share our thoughts on this as well as if Animal (F*ck Like a Beast) was inspired by ‘Hound Dog.’

Other stories covered include Stryper postponing some concert dates, Alex Lifeson teaming up with Gibson Guitars for philanthropy, Dave Mustaine’s regrets about Metallica, Krokus’ retirement about-face, and the new Ugly Kid Joe single.

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