QUEEN Biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Far Exceeds Expectations With $50 Million Opening Weekend

According to Variety, 20th Century Fox‘s QUEEN biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” is on track to sell an estimated $50 million in tickets at 4,000 theaters in the U.S. and Canada this weekend, and another $72.5 million internationally, far exceeding expectations. That will set the mark for the second-best opening for a music biopic in North America, following 2015’s “Straight Outta Compton” ($60.2 million). The long-gestating movie, starring “Mr. Robot”‘s Rami Malek as QUEEN lead singer Freddie Mercury, has been pegged for closer to $35 million to $40 million in the U.S. and Canada in its opening weekend. “Bohemian Rhapsody” opened with … Continue reading

Attorney for Chris Cornell’s doctor comments on family’s lawsuit

An attorney for Chris Cornell‘s doctor has responded to the Cornell family’s lawsuit over the singer’s death last May. Read more: ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 details have finally been revealed The Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman died May 17, 2017 at age 52. His death was later confirmed as a suicide by hanging. However, two days later, Cornell’s wife, Vicky Cornell, began disputing the idea that Cornell took his own life. A full statement was released at the time, and now, Cornell’s family is filing a lawsuit against the doctor who they claim was over-prescribing medication to the singer, which eventually … Continue reading

HALESTORM Members Talk Mental Health Awareness (Video)

Kalle-Rock.de recently conducted an interview with HALESTORM guitarist Joe Hottinger and vocalist/guitarist Lzzy Hale. You can now watch the chat below. Asked if they think society in general needs to do something in order to prevent an increase in the number of people suffering from mental health problems, Joe said: “Do you think there’s more people [suffering from it] or it’s just [that] being together on the technology side, you hear more about it?” Lzzy chimed in: “I don’t know. I feel like there’s been an increased number of deaths due to depression and all of that too.” Joe continued: … Continue reading

Watch Ariana Grande Talk Anxiety, Perform ‘Sweetener’ Songs on BBC Special

“It feels so silly because I feel like the luckiest, most blessed girl in the world, so I almost feel guilty that I have [anxiety],” singer admits Watch Ariana Grande Talk Anxiety, Perform ‘Sweetener’ Songs on BBC Special Watch Ariana Grande Talk Anxiety, Perform ‘Sweetener’ Songs on BBC Special rollingstone Continue reading

Hollywood Undead unveil three emotional tracks, announce tour

Hollywood Undead have returned with three brand-new songs from an EP titled Psalms. The EP also features two re-releases of “Another Level” and “Gotta Let Go.” Read more: Poppy may be the future of heavy metal with new song “Play Destroy” Last week, Hollywood Undead announced that they would be releasing a new EP in a matter of days. With very little time for preparation, the EP comes as a surprise for many fans. PSALMS | FRIDAY, NOV 2 Pre-save now ????https://t.co/CKREaaAPC8 pic.twitter.com/rCoX20z6Xb — Hollywood Undead (@hollywoodundead) October 29, 2018 “We tackle darker subjects such as life, death and suicide,” Johnny … Continue reading

DREAM THEATER: New Album 'Distance Over Time' To Arrive In February; First Tour Dates Announced

Progressive metal icons DREAM THEATER have set “Distance Over Time” as the title of their fourteenth studio album, due out in February 2019. The album’s cover art and a brief teaser snippet can be seen and heard below. DREAM THEATER will kick off the “Distance Over Time” promotional cycle with a six-week North American tour that launches in San Diego, California on March 20. The tour poster includes the tag line “Celebrating 20 Years Of Scenes From A Memory,” a reference to the group’s acclaimed 1999 concept album “Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory”, which the band has not … Continue reading

Video Premiere: The Last of Lucy – ‘Formication’

If you’re one of the progressive death metalheads that hasn’t been able to get enough of acts like Rivers of Nihil and Burial in the Sky this year, then The Last of Lucy are a band you should take note of. If that didn’t already spur you into action, allow me to persuade you. The Southern California-based group released their album Ashvattha last year featuring the song “Formication.” The eighth song on the album, “Formication” is a whirlwind of ridiculous riffs, mind-bending leads and solos and just generally off-the-chain musicianship. Like the aforementioned contemporaries, The Last of Lucy also have a knack for incorporating … Continue reading

GLENN DANZIG's Feature Film To Start Shooting This Month

MISFITS and DANZIG frontman Glenn Danzig recently signed a feature film agreement with Cleopatra Entertainment, a division of the Los Angeles independent record label Cleopatra Records. Danzig will pen, direct and compose music for the feature film which will be structured as an anthology splitting its running time between three individual characters/storylines based on Danzig‘s own popular Verotik comic book characters. Speaking to LA Weekly, Glenn said about the project: “It’s an anthology movie, which is kind of like Boris Karloff in Mario Bava‘s ‘Black Sabbath’. It’s based on three different Verotik comic stories. Kind of like ‘Creepshow’, ‘Tales From … Continue reading