Soundscape VR is the “most advanced metaverse and the purest” Virtual Reality platform that allows users to have “hyper-immersive visual arts and sound experiences.”
Recently, I caught up with veteran alt-rocker, Ajay Popoff of Lit. Among other things, we touch on Ajay’s origins, Lit’s latest music, his approach to songwriting, and what’s next for Lit as we move forward.
After over forty years in the game, Frank Bello has nothing but gratitude for both his place in heavy metal history and in the hearts of his fans.
In the first segment of my two-part interview with renowned record producer Tom Werman, we discussed Tom’s formative years and subsequent transition into the music industry, successful signings as well as the ones that ultimately eluded him, and honed in on his work with Ted Nugent, Cheap Trick, and Mötley Crüe.
Brian Slagel’s Metal Blade Records – nurturing home to great metal bands such as Metallica, Slayer, Armored Saint, Cannibal Corpse, Amon Amarth, and many more genre-defining bands – celebrates its 40th anniversary not only hosting three shows – two in Las Vegas and one in New York – but opening to the public the Metal Blade Museum, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
After spending the better part of the last fifty years traveling the world, frontman Ian Gillan has settled in as an elder statesman of rock and is comfortable in his own skin.
Patient Number 9 will be available for streaming and on all other available formats on September 9th, 2022.
We recently looked at ten popular songs from the seventies used at weddings that make you wonder. Now, taken from a website called The Top 100 Eighties Songs Used At Weddings, let’s take a fun journey through some of the popular songs from the eighties used at weddings that make you wonder what they were thinking.
Whitesnake’s singer David Coverdale has invited virtuoso guitar player Steve Vai to perform “Still of the Night” at Hellfest Open Air. The available footage (see below) shows Vai soloing some bars before Coverdale hits the last verses of Whitesnake’s 1987 barn-burning classic.
To set the record straight, metal music, no matter what sub-genre, is very much alive and kicking proverbial ass. Yes, you can quote me, my name is Skullgurl Metalchick, for cripes sake.