Before Marilyn Manson‘s performance, Golden Gods host Chris Jericho introduced Damien Echols, who was recently released from prison after 18 years. Echols is one of the West Memphis Three, a trio of young men who were convicted of murder without solid evidence to back it up. After much support from artists such as Manson and new discoveries such as upgraded DNA testing, which did not place any of the West Memphis Three at the scene of the crime, the three were released last year.
Evanescence‘s Amy Lee was awarded the Best Vocalist honor at the 2012 Revolver Golden Gods Awards. Having just belted out ‘Made of Stone’ and other tunes for the award show audience, it’s no surprise that the celebrated singer took home the prize.
Slipknot took away the prize for Comeback of the Year at the Revolver Golden Gods. Wearing black armbands with the No. 2 on them — paying tribute to their fallen bandmate Paul Gray — members of Slipknot accepted the award from Dino Cazares and Burton C. Bell of Fear Factory.
Forty minutes with Marilyn Manson. That is the amount of time we spoke with the rock icon during a recent phone interview. As always, Manson provided a thoughtful and unique insight on topics such as his new album, ‘Born Villain,’ his role in ‘Bowling for Columbine,’ the recently released West Memphis Three and most intriguingly, himself.
Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine has proven to be the most controversial figure in metal today, with his array of conservative and religious rants seemingly coming out of left field. Mustaine’s critics are many — one of whom is Deicide frontman Glen Benton.
Michigan rock band Taproot is about to release their latest album, ‘The Episodes,’ on April 10. The band has already cranked out one tune before the album’s official release with ‘No Surrender,’ and now they’ve gifted their fans once again with the release of the track ‘Around the Bend.’
The firestorm of the Guns N’ Roses ‘will they, won’t they?’ saga continues to gather fuel as former GN’R drummer Steven Adler calls the current Guns N’ Roses lineup ‘Axl and His Hacks,’ while once again declaring his advocacy of an ‘Appetite for Destruction’-era reunion at the band’s upcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
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