Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson have confirmed their "Twins of Evil" tour for this summer. Produced by Live Nation, the co-headlining "Hell Never Dies Tour 2019" will kick off July 9 off in Baltimore and make stops at Rock USA in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and Rock Fest in Cadott, Wisconsin. See full list of dates below. Tickets will... Continue Reading →
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For the first time since its 1996 debut, Ozzfest—the annual musical event that celebrates hard rock and heavy metal—has created a special one-night-only New Year's Eve celebration to ring in 2019. Set for Monday, Dec. 31, at The Forum in Los Angeles, the event will feature headliner Ozzy Osbourne, plus Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson and Jonathan Davis (of Korn), along with the Ozzfest debut of Body Count featuring Ice-T. The New Year's Eve party will include an outdoor stage, along... Continue Reading →
Rob Zombie and Marylin Manson have announced ticketing details for their co-headlining "Twins of Evil" tour. The artists' fan clubs can to purchase tickets through 10 p.m. local time Friday, March 23. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. local time Saturday, March 24, at LiveNation.com. As previously announced, the 29-date... Continue Reading →
Live Nation has announced the Ticket to Rock program will return for its third year with exclusive ticket bundles to some of the hottest rock tours this summer, including Avenged Sevenfold with Prophets of Rage, Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin, Godsmack and Shinedown, and Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson. Ticket to Rock offers fans a low-cost way to see... Continue Reading →
John 5 and The Creatures—comprising guitarist John 5, bassist Ian Ross and drummer Logan Miles Nix—have released their new live album, "It's Alive!," out today. "It's Alive!" is the first album released by the world-renowned guitarist to be featured on vinyl and is also available to purchase with a 24-page, full-color tour book covering the John... Continue Reading →
Review by Greg Maki-----Instrumental rock music can be a tough sell, even for someone who loves music as much as me. Too often, it comes across as self-indulgent, with endless noodling and shredding. It’s as if the musicians forget the song is what matters most. Over his eight solo albums, John 5 has avoided that... Continue Reading →