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NIKKI SIXX Releases My Favorite Riff With SCOTT IAN Of ANTHRAX

In this episode of My Favorite Riff, bassist Nikki Sixx (Mötley Crüe / Sixx:A.M.) welcomes guitarist Scott Ian (Anthrax). Scott plays some Anthrax riffs, talks about the power of the chord, and how he became a rhythm guitarist.

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Status Quo Live At Wacken Open Air 2017 Pro Shot Video Streaming

British rockers Status Quo were part of the Night To Remember at Germany’s Wacken Open Air 2017. Professionally filmed footage of the band performing the songs “In The Army Now” and “Beginning Of The End” can be seen below:

Status Quo have announced that the band are to radically cut back on their touring activities and will only perform a series of summer shows and festivals during 2018. For the first time in around thirty years there will be no traditional Quo winter tour of Europe or Christmas shows in the UK.

Thus, the forthcoming Australian tour and the Plugged In: Live And Rockin’! UK Tour will be the only opportunity for fans to see the band in smaller and more intimate venues for at least two years. Additionally, as a tribute to the late Rick Parfitt, the Quo setlist at these dates will now include two of his best-loved classics, “Don’t Drive My Car” and “Little Lady”.

When the awful news broke on Christmas Eve 2016 that legendary rocker Rick Parfitt of Status Quo fame had passed, fans around the world were devastated that one of rock’s most iconic performers had been silenced. However, unknown to almost anyone, Parfitt had, in fact, virtually completed his first solo album whilst undergoing a period of recuperation after his heart attack in July.

That album, poignantly titled Over And Out, will now be released on March 23rd through earMUSIC. The track “Without You” is available for streaming below.

Featuring 10 brand new songs, including the title track that broke hearts anew when it was played at Parfitt’s funeral, this is an album of depth and passion. Created by Parfitt and producer Jo Webb, the record is a true labor of love and showcases the softer side of Parfitt as a writer, artist, and performer away from the Quo maelstrom, as well as the purest rock ‘n’ roll sound of earlier Status Quo records.

Despite the fact Parfitt had finished recording his guitar and vocal parts, a recording session was planned for February 2017. Certain tracks were not totally finished when Parfitt died. The call to help ensure that his work could be completed, so that the world could hear it, was answered by musicians of the caliber of Queen’s Brian May and Muse’s Chris Wolstenholme, both of whom were close to Parfitt.

His son, Rick Parfitt Jr., was also involved in the creative process, as were John “Rhino” Edwards and Alan Lancaster, amongst many others. All of those involved in completing the songs that Parfitt had written for Over And Out have done him proud in bringing his vision to fruition.

Parfitt’s music always featured two elements – the raw rock ‘n’ roll sound and a great passion for melodies. Over And Out offers the best of both worlds: It has been recorded and written with a band’s spirit between Parfitt and Webb. They shared various mixes, reflecting the sound of the sessions and the spirit that was present in the “room.”

The album has also been mixed by top producer Ash Howes, offering a different view on the songs but also leaving a dilemma open for interpretation: Which one would Parfitt prefer? The polished, big sounding mixes or the original band mixes, raw and full of musical honesty? Those who were close enough to him over the years would probably say: “Both.”

This is why the album will be available in its “finished” form, but also as a raw and pure version, for the fans of the rockier side of Parfitt’s music in special collector’s editions.



“Lonesome Road”

“Over And Out”

“When I Was Fallin In Love”

“Fight For Every Heartbeat”

“Without You”

“Long Distance Love”

“Everybody Knows How To Fly”

“Lock Myself Away”


“Without You”:

This album is the record that Parfitt had been itching to write. His forced departure from Quo’s live performance circuit, whilst very hard for him to take, did at least free up the time that was needed to create Over and Out.

The album is but the latest element of the incredible legacy and body of work that Parfitt leaves. A testament to his talent, his winning way with words, an incredible joie de vivre, and a spirit that never flagged. He’ll be missed but Over and Out is a great way to remember him – gone but not forgotten.

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Dimmu Borgir To Release New Song Interdimensional Summit As

Norwegian symphonic black metallers DIMMU BORGIR will release a new song, ”Interdimensional Summit”, on February 23, 2018 as a seven-inch vinyl EP. The EP will also include a live version of the track ”Puritania”, recorded in Oslo. ”Interdimensional Summit” will be available in the following vinyl colors: * Black * Red and clear splattered * Gold You can pre-order it here. ”Interdimensional Summit” is taken from DIMMU BORGIR’s upcoming full-length album, which will be released in the spring.

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BILLY IDOL – 2018 UK, European Tour Dates Announced

Billy Idol is bringing his Live! 2018 Tour to the United Kingdom and across Europe. Confirmed dates are listed below.


16 – Nova Rock Festival – Nickelsdorf, Austria

18 – Forest National – Brussels, Belgium

20 – O2 Apollo – Manchester, United Kingdom

21 – O2 Academy – Birmingham, United Kingdom

23 – O2 Academy Brixton – London, United Kingdom

25 – Rockhal – Esch-sur-alzette, Luxembourg

26 – Donau Arena – Regensburg, Germany

28 – Gran Teatro Geox – Padova, Italy

30 – Guitar Festival – Zajecar, Serbia


2 – Budapest Park Open Air – Budapest, Hungary

3 – Tollwood Festival – Munich, Germany

6 – Hallenstadion – Zurich, Switzerland

14 – Peissnitz Insel – Halle, Germany

15 – Bospop Festival – Weert, Netherlands

17 – Tanzbrunnen – Koln, Germany

19 – Zitadelle – Berlin, Germany

21 – Charlotta Valley – Slupsk, Poland

22 – Stadtpark – Hamburg, Germany

25 – Furuviksparken – Furuvik, Sweden

26 – Grona Lund Tivoli – Stockholm, Sweden

28 – Kuopio Rockcock – Kuopio, Finland

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