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Bullet For My Valentine Releases 'Raising Hell' Video
Bullet for My Valentine has released the music video for "Raising Hell," a cut from the band's latest album, due sometime next year. The black and white vid, directed and produced by James Sharrock, features a montage of the band performing the high energy cut. "Raising Hell" hits digital outlets December 10.
Pearl Jam Gives Fan Haircut On Stage
Pearl Jam made an unexpected deal with a fan at a concert in Spokane, Washington over the Thanksgiving weekend. A man offered to shave off his waist-length dreadlocks if the band would play "Brain of J" off the album Yield. The band saw the man with a sign announcing his offer and agreed, inviting him onstage to headbang to the live performance.
Dave Grohl Speaks On New Foo Fighters Album
Dave Grohl has opened up on the forthcoming new Foo Fighters release, saying that the band is breaking new ground in the art of songwriting. Speaking with Rolling Stone, the rocker admitted the band has been trying to keep the revolutionary process hush-hush. "We're doing something that nobody knows about, it's . . . rad," he said.
Metallica Film Set For DVD Release
Metallica have confirmed that their film, Through the Never, is ready for release on DVD. The new collection, due January 28, is also available on Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray and includes a host of previously unreleased features. In addition to the original film, the home release boasts a featurette titled The Making of Through the Never.
Cream Artist Martin Sharp Dead At 71
Martin Sharp, an artist and lyricist best known for collaborating with Cream, has died at the age of 71. Early on in his career, Sharp created the signature cover for the albums Disraeli Gears and Wheels of Fire, but suffered with emphysema during the last years of his life.