We've had our share of "magic moments" in Lubbock. The guys in Slayer said playing "Reign In Blood" during a West Texas thunderstorm was one of their favorite moments ever. Lubbock is one of the few places that saw Amy Lee sing with Seether. How about when Corey Taylor came out and kicked beach balls during Halestorm's set?
Back in 2008, the band was getting ready to release an album under the name "Eros" until Chi Cheng was involved in a coma-inducing car accident that eventually led to his death earlier this year. That album will finally be released for people to hear.
Okay, the thing that strikes me the most about this video is, "why is this statue playing with the ball from the cover of Van Halen's 5150 album?". Oh, that and Metallica and The Red Hot Chili Peppers together. More after the jump.
I was recently turned on to Adrenaline Mob's cover of the Duran Duran song "Come Undone". After listening to that brutal, kick ass cover, I started thinking about all of the other Duran Duran cover songs out there and decided to put em all here for your entertainment.
Deftones recently threw down at the Epicenter festival at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, California. During their set they performed for the first time their new track "Leathers" which you can check out here.
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