ZZ TOP Cancels Appearance at Welcome To Rockville and Carolina Rebellion!

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Photo by: Ross Halfin

Photo by: Ross Halfin

Welcome To Rockville has announced a schedule change to the May 1 festival lineup at Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, Florida. Legendary Texas rockers ZZ Top has canceled their spring tour–including their expected May 1st performance at Welcome To Rockville, due to Bassist Dusty Hill being injured. The injury will also cause the band to cancel their set at Carolina Rebellion on May 6th at Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Continue reading

Monster Energy: WELCOME TO ROCKVILLE

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MONSTER ENERGY WELCOME TO ROCKVILLE

ONSITE EXPERIENCES ANNOUNCED FOR

APRIL 30 & MAY 1 FESTIVAL AT METROPOLITAN PARK IN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

FEATURING MASSIVE LINEUP OF TOP ROCK ARTISTS

INCLUDING ROB ZOMBIE, DISTURBED, SHINEDOWN, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH,

ZZ TOP, A DAY TO REMEMBER, BRING ME THE HORIZON, 3 DOORS DOWN & MORE

TICKET PRICES INCREASE ON MONDAY, APRIL 4

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Review: Danzig “Skeletons”

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The release of Danzig’s newest album is upon us. The new album “Skeletons” is a covers album and is being released via Nuclear Blast. It is the long anticipated follow up to 2010’s Deth Red SabaothI personally have always been more of a Danzig fan than the Misfits. While Danzig does have a punk or crossover edge to it overall it is truly a metal band. If you haven’t yet seen the songs being covered on the album it’s a little surprising. Most of the time bands will select very popular songs to put their own spin on them. Not Danzig. The one great thing about Glenn is that he always does things the way he wants to and if you don’t like it tough shit. That’s his attitude and you have to love that about him. This album has been in the works since 2012 and was recorded in Los Angeles. The album will be released on November 27th. Continue reading

Review: Louder Than Life Festival 2015

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Louisville, Kentucky’s premier rock festival has once again come and gone. It was the 2nd annual Louder Than Life festival in Champion Park and music wasn’t the only thing drawing crowds towards the Ohio River. Before we get to the music, which was our whole reason for being there we have to chime in on the gourmet man food, whiskey, craft beer, and this year NXT wrestling was added as well. I think all of these things are amazing and just add to the reasons to attend the festival. The wrestling brings people into the festival that may not have any interest in music, it’s just another selling point the promoters came up with that seemed to work rather well. This year’s lineup of bands was a little more mellow and southern rock than it was last year. I like the idea of a theme with the bands. Last year seemed to be more of a 90’s throwback lineup and this year was more of a southern rock year it seemed. It leaves everyone curious what we are in store for next year. Continue reading