Along with fronting Avenged Sevenfold, M. Shadows is an avid golfer. For a segment on the Golf Channel, Shadows showed off his skills during a friendly match with three-time PGA Tour champion Brendan Steele.
In the video, which was filmed before Sunday's Grammys, Shadows promises to give Steele his potential Grammy if the pro wins the match. In return, Steele agrees to part with his Safeway Open trophy if Shadows wins.
Shadows ending up winning the game, though Avenged Sevenfold's "The Stage" lost out the Best Rock Song Grammy to Foo Fighters' "Run." It appears that Steele owes Shadows his…
Fresh off their Grammy win Sunday, Mastodon has announced a co-headlining North American tour with Primus. The joint trek begins May 6 at Colorado's legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater, and wraps up July 7 in Phoenix.
Pre-sales begin Wednesday, January 31, and tickets will go on sale to the general public this Friday, February 2 via MastodonRocks.com.
"We are so excited to be hitting the road with Primus, they're one of our favorite bands!" says Mastodon in a statement. "This tour is going to be a blast! Don't miss it, let's get weird!"
Mastodon will be touring in support of their…
The reunited Misfits are coming home. The iconic horror-punks will play the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on May 19, their first show together in their home state in over 30 years.
Tickets will be available to Citi cardmembers starting Tuesday, January 30, and will go on sale to the general public this Friday, February 2. Visit Misfits.com for all ticket info.
Since announcing the reunion of original members Glenn Danzig and Jerry Only in 2015, Misfits have played one-off shows in Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The New Jersey show is the first East Coast concert…
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis will embark on a North American headlining tour this spring in support of his forthcoming debut solo album. The trek kicks off April 6 in Portland, Oregon, and comes to a close May 18 in Boston. Visit JonathanDavis.com for ticket info.
Davis' album, which he says will "pull listeners in a different direction," is due out this summer. The first preview of said direction is the new single, "What It Is," which premiered last week.
Here are Jonathan Davis' North American headlining dates:
4/6 -- Portland, OR, Crystal Ballroom4/7 -- Seattle, WA, Showbox4/9 -- Vancouver, BC,…
The Gaslight Anthem has announced a new series of shows celebrating the 10th anniversary of their 2008 sophomore album, The '59 Sound.
In addition to the previously announced performance at New York City's Governors Ball festival in June, the New Jersey rockers will play Washington, D.C. on May 27, Toronto on August 10 and Chicago on August 11. They'll also tour Europe in July.
Pre-sales begin Tuesday, January 30, and tickets will go on sale to the general public this Friday, February 2. Visit TheGaslightAnthem.com for all ticket info.
The new dates will be Gaslight's first shows back after going…
Stone Sour guitarist Josh Rand has entered a "treatment center," and will miss the band's upcoming North American tour, the band announced over the weekend.
"Unfortunately, Josh Rand has checked into a treatment center and will not be joining us for the Canada/US tour," Stone Sour says. "Though he'll be back as soon as possible, we ask you all to keep him in your thoughts. Until then, the rest of Stone Sour will see you on tour in Jan/Feb. Thank you."
The band did not share any specifics of Rand's condition, or the center.
Stone Sour is currently on tour…
As usual, the Grammy telecast Sunday night on CBS was all about performances, not awards: only about 9 trophies were given out during the three-and-a-half hour show.
Here's a rundown of who sang what on the 60th Annual Grammy awards, which aired live from New York City for the first :
Kendrick Lamar with U2's Bono and The Edge - "XXX" and "DNA." plus his verses on Rich the Kid's "New Freezer" and Jay Rock's "King's Dead." (See show recap for more details description)
Lady Gaga with Mark Ronson - New piano version of "Joanne," which segued to "Million Reasons." …
While this year's Grammy nominations may have given hip-hop some long-overdue respect, in the end, it was a mainstream pop star who actually took home the Grammy gold. But a perceived lack of adventurousness in the awards was perhaps balanced by the number of political statements sprinkled throughout the evening.
Bruno Mars went six for six at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, winning every single category he was nominated in, including Record, Album and Song of the Year for his song "That's What I Like" and his album 24K Magic. Accepting his award, Bruno paid respect to the other nominees…
Despite going into the Grammys with eight nominations, JAY Z was completely shut out. The big winner was Bruno Mars, who won six of the six Grammys he was nominated for. Kendrick Lamar won four out of the seven Grammys he was nominated for. Here are the winners:
Record of the Year"24K Magic" — Bruno Mars
Album of the YearAwaken, My Love! — Childish Gambino 4:44 — JAY-Z DAMN. — Kendrick Lamar Melodrama — Lorde 24K Magic — Bruno Mars
Song of the Year"That's What I Like"
Best New ArtistAlessia Cara
Best Pop Solo Performance:"Shape of…
There are 84 Grammy categories, which is why most of the awards are handed out in a pre-telecast ceremony. Bruno Mars, who went into the night with six nominations, is emerging as a big winner, having scored three Grammys already, included Best R&B Album for 24K Magic. Kendrick Lamar, who went into the ceremony with seven nods, has scored three, including Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance and Best Music Video for "HUMBLE."
Other winners included Ed Sheeran, whose Divide took the Best Pop Vocal Album Grammy and Portugal. The Man, who won Best Pop Duo/Group performance for "Feel It…
The mania for Fall Out Boy's music clearly hasn't subsided.
The band's new album M A N I A has debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart, with first-week sales of 130,000 album units. It's the band's fourth #1 album and third straight studio release to hit the top. Fall Out Boy's previous #1 albums were 2015's American Beauty/American Psycho, 2013's Save Rock and Roll and 2007's Infinity on High.
M A N I A sold 13,000 copies on vinyl, marking the biggest week for a vinyl album since this past September, when The National's Sleep Well Beast debuted…
Razor 94.7, The Cutting Edge of Rock, is an employee-owned radio station serving northeastern Wisconsin. The Razor has been asking its audience to "Shut Up and Rock" with the likes of Metallica, Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, Shinedown, Halestorm, Korn, and Stone Sour since February 2000. In addition to strong, local personalities all day, Razor also boasts The Free Beer and Hot Wings Morning Show, and the legendary Lou Brutus hosting HardDrive XL every weeknight.
Razor 94.7 is a two-time winner of the award for Small Market Radio Station of the Year at the national Radiocontraband Rock Radio Awards, as well as winner for 2015 Program Director of the Year and 2016 Music Director of the Year. Razor is also home of the nationally syndicated, Cutting Edge Countdown which highlights the biggest rock songs in the country every week, and Razor Underground which shines the spotlight on up-and-coming and independent bands from around the country.