We’re back talking current rock and metal news with New Noize Weekly!
The new documentary on the legendary life of Ronnie James Dio, ‘Dreamers Never Die,’ was released to theaters recently. Noticeably absent was original Dio guitarist Vivian Campbell. We discuss his absence and the reasons behind it.
According to guitarist Richie Faulkner, Judas Priest will bet acknowledging the 40th anniversary of their ‘Screaming for Vengeance’ album on the road. How will they do this? We share our thoughts.
Troy Luccketta recently mentioned that he’s unsure if he’ll return to the drum seat for Tesla. We give our thoughts on the situation.
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New and upcoming releases by Enuff Z’nuff and Iron Maiden are among those discussed this week as well as rock star birthdays and death days.
Falling in Reverse recently cancelled a show due to the loss of a couple of laptop computers. Could the band have gone on without them? Is this becoming a problem or just the new normal for live performance? We share our take.
Other topics covered this week include half of Motley Crue performing at the Taylor Hawkins tribute show in LA, Sebastian Bach making an ill-timed joke at the same show, drama between Acey Slade and Wednesday 13, WASP announcing meet and greets for their tour, and Dave Mustaine hoping to write with James Hetfield again.
It’s a lot to cover and we’re here for it. We hope you are too!
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