Both tracks are taken from the group’s forthcoming self-titled debut, which hits stores on June 24th via Rebel Youth Records/MRI-RED Distribution.
“The videos were shot at various shows on the UK tour. The crowds were awesome, as every show was a rampage from the moment we started the set,” says frontman Luke Metcalf of the creation of the video. “I wrote the “Supercharged” music and some of the lyrics for the song one day after I got incredibly high and went and lay down on the side of a hill during an incredible thunder storm in Toronto last summer. For about two hours I watched hundreds and hundreds of lightning bolts ripping across the sky above and around me.”
SOUND AND FURY is all about power chords and no-bullshit rock ‘n roll, total sonic assault. Founded by frontman Luke Metcalf with a desire to create stripped down straight up whiskey drinking rock n’ roll, he
recruited guitarists Daz and Griffin, ex- Age of Electric bassist John
Kerns, and drummer Chris Avalos, to play the music he lives to create.
In addition to perfectly capturing their raw rock n’ roll power on the
album, the group has been gaining fans by the truckload by opening up
for Canada’s leading pop-punk band, Sum 41, throughout the great white north (as well as the U.K.).
Another copy of Airbourne’s 8 song EP, Ready To Rock showed up on Ebay. I was hopeful to grab this copy as the bidding started out slow. Much to my disappointment, it didnt’s stay that way.
The latest copy of Ready to Rock sold for $330.00. Plus 3.75 shipping. That is $42.09 per song.
Rock star Scott Weiland has just been sentenced to 192 hours in county jail for his November DUI arrest. This is Weiland’s second DUI offense. He has until May 28 to serve the sentence.
Scott, who was not present in court today, entered a no contest plea through his attorney, Anthony Brooklier. The former Velvet Revolver singer was also ordered to complete an 18-month alcohol program and pay almost $2,000 in fines. He will be put on a four-year summary probation.
Weiland was charged with one misdemeanor count of driving under the influence of alcohol with a prior conviction, and with an allegation that he refused a chemical test as required by law. We are told he was over the legal limit of .08%, but not by much.
According to the police report, he failed the field sobriety tests and refused to take a blood or urine test. He was booked for DUI and released on $40,000 bail.
Courtesy of TMZ.com
Iron Maiden has a new greatest hits compilation CD on the way.
The band has released the following article at Iron Maiden.com:
In an unprecedented move to let you hear, understand and appreciate the quality of the recordings that make up the album “SOMEWHERE BACK IN TIME” we are pleased to introduce SOMEWHERE BEST IN SOUND whereby you can download the entire album without charge as a high quality audio file (WMA) which is a typically powerful 320 kbps.
Once downloaded you will then be able to listen to the entire album at your leisure three times before the download expires. (Sadly the trial WMA (Windows Media Audio) isn’t compatible with Macs or iPods).
Once you’ve used your three trial plays you will be given a simple option to upgrade and purchase the album as a full traditional DRM-free download that you can copy or play as you like.
All full album downloads purchased before May 12th will not be delivered until May 12th. All downloads purchased after May 12th will be delivered immediately.
Go to Iron Maiden.com to download the album on May 7th!
Here is the track listing:
02.Aces High – Live
03.2 Minutes to Midnight
06.Children of the Damned
07.The Number of the Beast
08.Run to the Hills
09.Phantom of the Opera – Live
10.The Evil that Men Do
11.Wrathchild – Live
12.Can I Play with Madness
14.Hallowed Be Thy Name
15.Iron Maiden – Live