Ivan Ibanez Tinoco chills with Garin Rosen of Arsonists Get All The Girls @ Oakland Metro – Oakland, California 02/28/14 also on the bill were Beyond The Shore, Seeker, Abolishment of Flesh, Cyborg Octopus, Sea Of Kings & Soon We Fall
Click here for “Conjuring the Cull” is the fourth part of “Faust;” a single fifteen and a half minute song comprising the first five tracks of “The Killing Gods” album. We are proud to demolish your ear drums with this pummeling taste of our new record.
Saint Vitus will celebrate their thirty-fifth anniversary this year with a spring tour US tour that will feature a full-album performance of “Born Too Late“. Sons Of Huns will support, here’s the dates:
05/08 Albuquerque, NM – Launch Pad
05/09 Phoenix, AZ – Club Red
05/10 Las Vegas, NV – Cheyenne Saloon
05/11 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory (‘Psycho De 5o Fest‘)
05/13 Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
05/14 San Luis Obispo, CA – SLO Brew
05/15 Fresno, CA – Strummer’s
05/16 San Francisco, CA – Thee Parkside
05/17 Portland, OR – Branx
05/18 Seattle, WA – Highline
05/20 Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue
05/21 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
05/23 Austin, TX – Red 7
05/24 Houston, TX – Fitzgerald’s Downstairs
05/25 Dallas, TX – Three Links
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Punk Rock Bowling and Music Festival Sat. Feb. 17th, 2001
The Cooler Lounge Las Vegas NV.
Tribute to the Jester
Think Positive aka (Drink Positive)
Catch Your Breath
Todd Owens chats with Ted Aguilar of Death Angel @ The Fillmore – San Francisco, California 02/28/14 also on the bill were Children Of Bodom & Týr
In addition to Motörhead, joining the initial lineup is Megadeth, Anthrax, Zakk Wylde , comedian Jim Breuer, Wilson, Fireball Ministry, and Danko Jones. MotörBoat will set sail September 22-26, 2014, from Miami to Key West and Cozumel, Mexico, and will feature dozens of concerts, artist meet and greets, Q&A sessions, theme nights and more.
The heirs of the late KISS drummer Eric Carr — who replaced founding band member Peter Criss — have slapped the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-bound band with a lawsuit over unpaid royalties.
Carr’s heirs say the group, including founding frontmen Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, has stiffed them on untold payments stretching back to the Brooklyn-born musician’s death from cancer in 1991.
The suit says the estate is entitled to between a 5 and 50 percent cut on four lesser-known songs that Carr wrote — “Breakout,” “Carr Jam 1981” “Car Jam 1991” and “Little Caesar.”
Carr joined the band — known for its Kabuki makeup and pyrotechnic stagecraft — in 1980 and recorded eight albums.
For years the heirs believed they were only due royalties from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).
“They thought they were getting it all from one source,” the estate’s attorney, Robert Garson, told The Post.
The heirs — a friend and a relative of Carr’s whom Garson declined to name — realized that they should have been receiving payments from Kiss entities including the current group, two publishing firms and Gene Simmons Worldwide Inc.
Source: New York Post