Dream Theater Get Lullaby Makeover, Converge Stream New Song + More News
Lullaby Versions of Dream Theater is available on iTunes.
'A Nightmare to Remember'
'Build Me Up, Break Me Down'
'Pull Me Under'
'As I Am'
'On the Backs of Angels'
'The Dark Eternal Night'
'Metropolis Part 1 The Miracle and the Sleeper'
'Under a Glass Moon'
There will be no new music from glam legends Poison, at least not in the foreseeable future. Singer/guitarist Bret Michaels said, "We have no concrete plans for a new album at the moment, but the Poison guys are like family to me. I've been out all summer with them on the Rock of Ages Tour and you never know what can happen." So it could eventually happen sometime down the road, just not immediately. Michaels, however, will release his latest solo album Get Your Rock On sometime this year. [VH1 Classic Radio]
Metal Wreckage has launched new metal music daily deal site, Metal Wreckage Daily Steel, which is your destination for the best deals in the genre. The Daily Steel will have a different exclusive offer every 24 hours, five days a week. We love a bargain!
Working hand-in-hand with an extensive network of well respected metal labels, Metal Wreckage Daily Steel aims to create physical product bundles that will spotlight new releases as well as special catalog pieces. Catering to all sub-genres of metal, Metal Wreckage Daily Steel offers deals that simply won't be found anyplace else including limited edition packages, signed posters, exclusive t-shirts, and more at a special low price.
The debut deal centers around As I Lay Dying, offering The Powerless Rise Super Deluxe Fan Box Set and the Awakened CD/DVD Limited Edition Deluxe package for more than 65% off!
The rest of this week includes deals from Anthrax, In This Moment, Six Feet Under and Baroness. Deals launch daily at 5PM ET, so bookmark this page. [Via Press Release]
Converge premiered the brand new track "Shame In the Way" from All We Love We Leave Behind, which drops Oct. 9 via Epitaph Records. Yes, it'll rip your face off, like pretty much everything these New England noisemakers do. [Pitchfork]
Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister revealed that the one band he bonded with most on this summer's Mayhem Festival was none other than Anthrax. What's old is new, apparently. When asked, Lemmy chose the 'Thrax, "probably because they're old friends of ours already – so yeah we had a good time with them. They're good lads." Lem also talks about how early rock 'n' roll influences like Buddy Holly no longer factor into his music and why. [Loudwire]