I haven't played an old-school ''fighting'' game in years, but this makes me wanna get going on that again. Personally, I've always been more of a STREET FIGHTER guy myself, but this audio/visual mashup from British electronic duo ADDICTIVE TV finds the pair doing battle against both STREET FIGHTER and TEKKEN inhabitants. Something interesting to start your Monday off? Perhaps...
February 25 marked the 20-year anniversary for Pantera’s Vulgar Display of Power, a landmark album widely acknowledged as one of metal’s most enduring and influential masterworks. Recorded by singer Philip Anselmo, guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott, bassist Rex Brown and drummer Vinnie Paul, the album has been certified double platinum by the RIAA and features several of the group’s most iconic songs including “Walk,” “Mouth For War,” and “This Love."
Alt/rockers Redlight King have hit Top Ten at Active Rock Radio with their new song “Bullet In My Hand,” with many markets showing the song in their Top Five including Chicago, Phoenix and Nashville. To cap it off, Redlight King will perform “Bullet In My Hand” on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on NBC Thursday, February 23 at 11:30pm (check local listings).
Silva Screen Records has just issued MUSIC FROM THE TWILIGHT SAGA, a collection of music from Howard Shore, Alexandre Desplat and Carter Burwell - bringing together favorite music from the four TWILIGHT films together in one set, as performed by The City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Rock Father™ has the full tracklisting below, while the collection can be ordered via this link.
ROB ZOMBIE and MEGADETH have just announced that they'll be hitting the road together for the very first time. Their co-headlining tour launches on Friday, May 11 in Holmdel, NJ and will include stops at several major rock festivals, including Rock On The Range and Rocklahoma. Rob Zombie will headline Rocklahoma, co-headline (with Incubus) Rock On The Range, and will close all shows on the Megadeth dates. The Rock Father™ has the list of confirmed dates below, while more dates are expected to be added.
If you didn't snag tickets to see GUNS N' ROSES at one of their ''up close and personal'' shows, you've now got a chance to catch the band online as they stream this Sunday's performance at the HOUSE OF BLUES here in Chicago. For only $5, you can take part in a pay-per-view livestream from GunsNRoses.com to benefit FEEDING AMERICA, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief organization. Through the leadership of Feeding America, proceeds from domestic-based subscribers will be allocated throughout the U.S. Full details and times below... let's just hope that Axl shows up on time for this one...