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Road Trip: Out of This World: Blast Off For Fun in Huntsville!
What goes on in Huntsville allows mankind to journey into space to explore what television's Star Trek deemed "the final frontier." And for visitors an out-of-this-world experience awaits at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.

Singled Out: Afflicted By Design's This Is Not A Love Song
Today Sebastian from Texan industrial metal band Afflicted By Design tells us about their brand new version of Public Image Ltd's 'This Is Not A Love Song,' which is the second single from the band's cover song project.

Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal Interview
Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal fits the profile of the modern archetype of a blue collar rock and roll hero. He is accomplished in a variety of areas and during a conversation with Thal, his humble, unassuming personality draws you in as effectively as his virtuoso guitar talent.

Singled Out: Kinky's A Donde Van Los Muertos?
Today Ulises Lozano from Kinky tells us about the song 'A Donde Van Los Muertos?' ('Where do the dead go?') from their brand new MTV Unplugged album and DVD

Josef Salvat - In Your Prime (EP)
The Australian singer/songwriter is relatively new on the scene over here but will undoubtedly be known across the globe soon if these songs are any indication of what's to come.

Singled Out: Prophet Omega's The Day The Radio Died
Today Prophet Omega mastermind Joe Magistro tells us about 'The Day The Radio Died' which is the first single released from the forthcoming album 'Going Out To Slab City' (out March 14th).

Album of the Week: Nirvana's Nevermind
For this installment Album of the Week, Johnny Hardcore somberly marks would have been Kurt Cobain's 48th birthday this month with a look back at Kurt and Nirvana's landmark "Nevermind" album.

Singled Out: Revolution Saints (Night Ranger/Journey/Whitesnake)
Revolution Saints, featuring Night Ranger's Jack Blades, Journey's Deen Castronovo and Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake), release their self-titled debut album today and to celebrate we asked Jack to tell us about the song 'Turn Back Time'.

Root 66: Murder By Death- Jim Ed Brown- Sam Morrow
For this edition of Root 66, Kevin Wierzbicki tells us about new rootsy albums including Murder By Death's "Big Dark Love", Jim Ed Brown's "In Style Again", and Sam Morrow's "Ephemeral".


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Dimebag Grave Vandal Apologizes

Iron Maiden Done With New Album, On Hold Due To Cancer Fight

Led Zeppelin Event Coming To Movie Theaters

Gary Glitter Sentenced To 16 Years For Child Sex Crimes

Emmure Singer Will Still Perform Despite Doctor's Order

Journey To Perform With Hollywood Bowl Orchestra

Kid Rock Adds Shows To Summer Tour

Billy Corgan Wants Rockers To Be More Aggressive Against Pop

Radiohead Have Changed Their Approach For New Album

Sworn Enemy Announce No Mercy No Surrender Tour

Deep Purple Members Part Of Purpendicular Album

Axl Gave Guns N' Roses Guitarist Job Just For Showing Up

Grammys Mean Nothing To Anthrax's Scott Ian

Crashdiet Say Singer Quit Band In The Midst Of Tour

Max Cavalera Reveals New Soulfly Album Plans

Yes Plan Massive Box Set Of Long-Lost Live Recordings

Behemoth's Nergal Feared He Had HIV

L.A. Guns Plan Cross Between White Stripes and Led Zeppelin

Did Bob Dylan Record 'Shadows in the Night' Sequel?

Jethro Tull The Rock Opera Tour Announced

Ace Frehley Announces European Summer Tour

Magnum Releasing Live Album

Kanye West Announces New Album 'So Help Me God'

Star Trek Icon Leonard Nimoy Dead At 83

Justin Bieber On Skrillex and Diplo's Surprise Mixtape

Kelly Clarkson Returns To Pop With 'Piece By Piece'

Keith Urban Tributes Famous 'Johns' in New Song

AWOLNATION Premiere New Song 'Windows'

Iggy Azalea Recruits Jennifer Hudson For 'Trouble' Video

Alabama Shakes Perform On 'Saturday Night Live'

David Guetta Releases 'What I Did for Love' Video

Alesso Releases 'Cool' Video

Taylor Swift Keeps Her Public School Donation Vow

Snoop Dogg and Pharrell Tease 'Bush' Album

Tori Kelly Releases 'Nobody Love' Video

Missy Elliott and Pharrell In The Studio Together

Kid Rock Questions Beyonce's Popularity

Brad Paisley Covers Van Halen, Jams With Cheap Trick

Judas Priest Preview Defenders Of The Faith 30th Anniversary Edition

Motorhead Release Studio Videos From New Album Session

Foo Fighters Inspired New Aerosmith DVD

Soen Release 'Kuraman' Lyric Video

Faith No More Stream New Song

Singled Out: Afflicted By Design's This Is Not A Love Song

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Best Films Of 2014
2014 was possibly the best year for film since 1997 when Good Will Hunting, LA Confidential, Boogie Nights, The Ice Storm, Wag the Dog, In the Company of Men, Titanic, Jackie Brown and The Full Monty invaded cinemas.

Singled Out: I Fight Dragons' Chicago
Today I Fight Dragons lead singer and rhythm guitarist Brian Mazzaferri tells us about the song 'Chicago' from their brand new album 'The Near Future'.

Riot V - Unleash the Fire
It took some big cojones for the surviving parts of Riot to carry on after Mark Reale, the band's founder and its only consistent member throughout its multiple decades of heavy metal, tragically passed away.

Singled Out: Dauzat St. Marie's Time Slips Away
Last month Mat Dauzat from Dauzat St. Marie told us about the song 'Time Slips Away.' With this week's release of their new EP 'Falling Again', we are running the story again for those that may have missed it.

Album of the Week: Black Sabbath's Heaven and Hell
In celebration of legendary Black Sabbath guitarist Toni Iommi's 67th birthday this week, we kick off Johnny Hardcore's new Album of the Week series where he looks back at essential albums.

Obituary - Inked in Blood
"Inked in Blood" is solid as a rock, but with the incredible extras added, I am now completely on the side of crowdfunding. Thank you, Obituary, for giving the fans what they want.

Singled Out: Sylvan's Shine
Today Marco Gluhmann the leader singer of progressive rock band Sylvan tells us about the song 'Shine' from their brand new album 'Home,' which was released this week.

Immortal Randy Rhoads - The Ultimate Tribute
It's really saying something about Randy Rhoads' life and legacy that this all-star tribute is coming out more than 30-years after his death, a span of time that is longer than Randy lived.

Singled Out: Fly Away Hero's Hercules
Today Fly Away Hero's Dalton Rapattoni tells us about the song 'Hercules' from their brand new EP 'Lost and Found', which was produced by Blue October's Matt Noveskey.

Singled Out: Kateri's Skin
Today Kateri tells us about the song 'Skin' from her forthcoming coming album 'Room 448,' which she worked on with Rob Fusari (Lady Gaga, Beyonce).

Dave Plaehn - Radio Sister
Radio Sister is a bit of a departure for Dave Plaehn, an artist that usually records and performs contemporary blues. While he still plays harmonica on this effort, he also many times applies it to non-bluesy material.

Come Together: A Beatles Tribute Documentary
Here's something a bit different for Beatles fans- a film about Beatles tribute bands. Come Together focuses on a handful of them like 1964 The Tribute, The Cavern Beat, The Fab Four, The Mersey Beatles and American English.

Singled Out: Furyon's These Four Walls
Today the UK metal band Furyon tells us about the song 'These Four Walls' from their brand new album 'Lost Salvation,' which is set to be released later this month.

Singled Out: Jennie Abrahamson's The War
Jennie Abrahamson won over fans as the support act on Peter Gabriel's world tour and she's ready to win more fans over with her upcoming album 'Gemini Gemini'. Today she tells us about the single 'The War'.

Ne Obliviscaris - Citadel
Stacked up next to the near-decade it took Portal of I to see the light of day, Citadel was chalked up and heaved out fast enough to make Mike Portnoy's head spin.

Anthony and the Johnsons - Turning
Many know Johnson just for his music but he is in fact a performance artist and here in this film by Charles Atlas he presents, in his own words, a "Show about dignity and beauty."

Singled Out: Paco The G Train Bandit's Work
Today hip-hop star Paco The G Train Bandit tells us about his brand new track and video entitled 'work,' which comes from his free mixtape 'Mucho Gusto'.

On The Record: The Pests - A Damn Fine Mixture
This is without a doubt one of the most fun punk records to come along in a long time. The effort starts with "Vince," a classic New York-style punk rocker filled with buzz saw guitar and throaty vocals, both from Pests main man Steve Halprin

Singled Out: Mumiy Troll's Vitamins
Today Ilya Lagutenko from the acclaimed Russian band Mumiy Troll tells us about the song 'Vitamins,' which is the title track from their brand new EP.


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