• Anthony Vincent is well known in the world of Youtube for his Ten Second Songs Channel where he covers songs in many different styles. Anthony is ending his channel and left on a pretty rockin note! Anthony covers songs from artists like Frank Sinatra, Christina Agulera, The Police, and more all in the style of Ozzy Osbourne. It's quite entertaining and pretty impressive how much he sounds like Ozzy! Check out the video for yourself below.

    Read more...
  • Theory of a Deadman will be releasing their sixth studio album on October 27th titled Wake Up Call. We have been playing the first single from the album titled Rx for a few weeks now but the band has officially released the title track from the album which you can listen to below!
    Read more...
  • Green Day will be releasing their second Greatest hits album on November 17th! The album will be titled Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band thanks to Stephen Cobert introducing Green Day as God's favorite band when they performed on The Late Night Show this past March.
    Read more...
  • Guns N Roses had a three day run this past weekend at the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York. During their current "Not in This Lifetime" tour they have welcomed only three artists on stage which includes Sebastian Bach, AC/DC's Angus Young and Rose Tattoo's Angry Anderson.
    Read more...
  • Here's a throwback to end your weekend! Metallica has released video footage of them performing Battery in Japan in November of 1986. Battery can be found on their 1986 album Master of Puppets which will be remastered and released on November 10th!
    Read more...
  • As a huge Pink Floyd and A7x lover, I was a little nervous listening to this cover for the first time but I have to say Avenged did a great job tackling one of the world's most known tunes.
    Read more...
  • Only a month after anouncing their brand new Ep Cold Dark Place, Mastodon has released the EP along with a full stream of the record which you can listen to below! Mastodon seems to be showing off their softer side with this four track release but don't be fooled, it still rocks.
    Read more...