Audioslave’s new video for ‘Like A Stone’ is out. Watch it via MyPlay below.
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS visited ‘The Early Show’ to talk about their new book, ‘KISS: The Early Years.’ They talked about how they first met, why they didn’t like each other at first, how the make-up started, a funny story about KISS Day in Cadillac, Michigan, and more. Watch it here.
Check out the new video, ‘Are You In?,’ from Incubus below.
The quirky reality hit the ‘The Osbournes’ kicks-off its second season on MTV. CBS News’ Hattie Kauffman discovered Ozzy Osbourne might have saved his best material for the encore. Watch a video clip featuring the family, Entertainment Weekly correspondent Nancy Miller, and the show’s producers here.
A segment of Michael Moore’s new movie ‘Bowling For Columbine’ includes an interview with Marilyn Manson. It was Manson who many politicians and the religious right blamed for the school shootings because the two killers listened to the singer. Manson says it’s easy to blame him because they can throw his face on TV and promote fear. Watch the interview from the documentary here.
Yahoo! Music has the new video for Sum 41, where they dress up like the Hives, and use a set similar to the one The Strokes used for ‘Hard to Explain’ called ‘Still Waiting’. You can watch the video below.
MTV News reports Disturbed have decided not to editing their video ‘Prayer’ or replace the scenes of destruction with concert footage. “Every band coming out with the first single from their new record wants to have a corroborating video to accompany it that’s getting airplay, and unfortunately that’s not something that we’ll have at this particular point in time,” frontman David Draiman said. “If we agreed to edit the video, and if we agree to do an alternate, then it’s assuming that we’re agreeing with the decision that there’s something about the video that is offensive enough or provocative enough that it’s dangerous for them to play it. We don’t agree with that.” Read more. You can watch the video on the internet though below.
Well fans probably won’t be able to see Distrubed’s controversial new video ‘Prayer’ on MTV, MuchMusic, or VH1 anytime soon, but you can watch it below. Read more on why you won’t be seeing it on MTV from MTV News.
The new Sparta video ‘Cut Your Ribbon’ from their forthcoming full length debut album ‘Wiretap Scars’ has been posted online. The album is due out in stores on August 13th through Dreamworks. Watch the video via YouTube below.
Tenacious D’s Jack Black and Kyle Gass will appear in Dio’s new video, ‘Push’, the first single from the new album ‘Killing The Dragon’. The Bill Schacht directed video begins with Tenacious D jamming out their own version of the classic Black Sabbath track ‘Heaven and Hell’.