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Scott Ian says rock will never die

Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian says Gene Simmons only believes rock is dead because he’s thinking in purely business terms.

Tate won’t write for radio

Geoff Tate is looking forward to escaping the constraints of commercial writing as he begins work on his post-Queensryche trilogy.

Volbeat to take 6 months off

Volbeat won’t start recording their sixth album until they’ve taken a six-month break, says drummer Jon Larsen.

Ozzy takes aim at Tony Blair

Ozzy Osbourne has described meeting former British Prime Minister Tony Blair – and not being impressed in the slightest.

Giant spider species named after Beatle

A newly-discovered species of tarantula has been named after John Lennon.

Bob Seger says Ride Out could be his farewell

Bob Seger says his new album Ride Out could be the last record he ever makes.

Iron Maiden classic gets 2Cellos revamp

Classical duo 2Cellos have released a video for their version Iron Maiden classic The Trooper, mixed with Rossini’s William Tell Overture.

Bach, McKagan and Corabi on ‘rock is dead’ debate

Three more musicians have waded in on the state of the music business in the wake of Gene Simmons’ proclamation that “rock is dead.”

Allen and Lande drop clip for Down The Mountain

Russell Allen and Jorne Lande have released a lyric video for their track Down From The Mountain.

McCartney drops John Bonham Wings track

Paul McCartney has shared a version of Wings track Beware My Love featuring John Bonham on drums.

Premiere: Brant Bjork’s Stokely Up Now

Black Flower Power, the new album by Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punk Band!, is out on November 10th on Napalm Records. Ahead of its release, Brant has given Classic Rock a sneak preview in the shape of the album’s third track, Stokely Up Now.

PREMIERE: Bernie Mardsen’s Trouble feat. Coverdale

Bernie Marsden has released a video for his re-recording of the Whitesnake classic Trouble. Dedicated to the memory of Jon Lord, the track features David Coverdale on vocals and Ian Paice on drums, while the video contains some previously unreleased fan footage filmed at a Whitesnake show at Newcastle City Hall in June 1980. The new version of Trouble is taken from Bernie’s recent album Shine.

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