Creed Comeback Is On With New Album, Video and Single

US melodic-rockers Creed are back. After months of speculation, Scott Stapp’s purveyors of soaring choruses will return with new album “Full Circle” on November 2nd. Accompanied by storming new single “Overcome”, the band’s first studio effort since 2001’s “Weathered” looks set to restore them to their radio rock throne.

Check the “Overcome” video out above.

Def Leppard to re-release “Pyromania” and “Adrenalize” with bonus tracks


British Rock legends Def Leppard are re-releasing arguably the two most iconic albums from their back catalogue, with some exciting bonus features.

Both releases will feature a special digipak package with brand new liner notes from Rolling Stone journalist David Fricke as well as never-before seen images from the time of the album’s release.

Both albums will also be included with a bonus disc of rare, live and unheard tracks. The track-listings for these extra discs are as follows:

Pyromania Bonus Disc (LIVE – LA FORUM 1983)

Rock! Rock!! (Til You Drop)
Rock Brigade
High ‘N’ Dry (Saturday Night)
Another Hit And Run
Billy’s Got A Gun
Mirror Mirror (Look Into My Eyes)
Rock Of Ages
Bringin’ On The Heartbreak
Switch 625
Let It Go
Travellin’ Band

Adrenalize Bonus Disc

Hysteria – In The Clubs In Your Face – Bonn 29/05/92
Photograph – In The Clubs In Your Face
Pour Some Sugar On Me – In The Clubs In Your Face
Let’s Get Rocked – In The Clubs In Your Face
You Can’t Always Get What You Want – B-Side
Little Wing With Hothouse Flowers – B-Side
Tonight (Version 2-Demo Version) – B-Side
Now I’m Here (Live) – B-Side
Two Steps Behind (Acoustic) B-Side
Tonight (Acoustic) – B-Side
Too Late For Love (Live) – B-Side
Women (Live) – B-Side

So get rocked, and pour some sugar on yourself and others to these two classic records! You can catch the Lepp at:

 Friday 12th June 2009      O2 Arena, Dublin, Eire –

Sunday 14th June 2009    Download Festival, UK –

Spinal Tap Self-Confim For Glastonbury


Spinal Tap have self-confirmed that they will be playing Glastonbury Festival this year, surprising fans who may have expected a perhaps more-fitting Download appearance.

In an interview with Philadelphia Daily News Christopher Guest, better known as lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel in the ‘This Is Spinal Tap’ rockumentary, said: “We originally thought about doing a full-blown “Tap” tour this year to mark the 25th anniversary of the film’s release. But that would have been a very big deal in terms of show production, requiring a lot of effects, two 18-wheelers full of equipment, a tour bus.

“To be honest, we couldn’t get that together. But we will do a couple of “Tap” shows in Britain, at Wembley Arena and the Glastonbury Festival.”

The band will join headliners Blur, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young at the already sold-out festival taking place on the 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th June this year.

Sonisphere Announce Slipknot’s Corey Taylor and Third Stage Details

Sonisphere have unveiled a brand new third stage for the Knebworth-based festival, boasting debut UK performances from Slipknot members, a batch of new bands, a comedy stage and even a cinema.

‘Bohemia Village’ will be open on Thursday afternoon, available to all Sonisphere ticket holders and continuing into the wee hours of the morning. The third stage will be headlined by Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, aswell as ‘Knot Clown Shawn Crahan’s side project, Dirty Little Rabbits. More bands confirmed for Bohemia include Cancer Bats, Attack! Attack!, Rolo Tomassi, The Ataris and The Chapman Family.

Sonisphere have confirmed that all acts on the third stage will not conflict musically with any bands playing on the main stages, meaning you can squeeze in Corey Taylor before watching Metallica headline. Aswell as the new acts, Sonisphere have announced that Bohemia will include a ‘fairground of the damned’, a cinema playing ‘rock-friendly films’ aswell as a Jagermeister Rock Karaoke. If that wasn’t enough, throughout the day the village will host the Monster Energy Drink Ball Of Steel Stunt Show featuring motorcycle freestyling and if extreme sports isn’t your bag a plethora of comedy acts have been added to keep you laughing your hangover off.

Bohemia will also house the previously mentioned Guitar Hero: Metallica Experience which will give all you wannabes a chance to perform on Sonisphere’s main stage and emulate Metal monsters James, Kirk, Lars and Rob (and Jason Newsted).

Speaking to the official website, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor said he is “very excited to be a part of this festival. It’ll be the first show of its kind I’ve ever done in the UK, and I think there are many fans who’ve waited long enough to see it.”

The planners are definitely attempting to make Sonisphere more than just a bunch of bands on a stage, has this ‘Moulin Rouge meets Mad Max’ type extravaganza lured you into getting a ticket?

Paul Stanley: “New Album Is Better Than Classic KISS Records”

Germany Kiss Tour
KISS frontman Paul Stanley graced Danny Bonaduce’s radio show this morning, where he spoke about the upcoming fan-routed KISS tour, his art gallery appearances and briefly about the newest KISS album.

The as-of-yet untitled new album has already been self-confirmed for a September release by Paul Stanley himself, who said in the new interview that the band are close to finished it. He also noted that the band’s recent effort is “as good [as], if not better than, some of the vintage” KISS records.

It’s certainly a bold claim! Not beyond them though. Do you have high hopes for the new album?

The full interview can be downloaded as an mp3 from This Location.

Papa Roach Live Review

Our man on the ground went to survey a night of rock and roll supremacy when Papa Roach stormed Birmingham o2 Academy, check out his musings RIGHT HERE.

Watch Bring Me The Horizon’s “Diamonds Aren’t Forever” Vid Here

Sheffield Metalcore mob Bring Me The Horizon have posted the new video for single “Diamonds Aren’t Forever” online, for all your viewing glory.

The video captures the bands intense and frantic live shows with footage from their recent U.S tours, aswell as plenty of up close and personal backstage footage. The upcoming song can be found on 2008’s applauded effort, “Suicide Season” or you can wait to get your hands on the single if you’re that way inclined.

The band have recently announced that they are parting ways with long-time bassist Curtis Ward with both parties citing “personal differences” as the reason for the split. BMTH have insisted that they will “remain close friends” with Ward, who was part of the band’s starting line-up way back in 2004.