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High Voltage presenta: Especial AC/DC en Jazz Café San Pedro!

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La gente de High Voltage regresa a escena este sábado 29 de abril presentándonos un arrollador especial del aclamado grupo Australiano AC/DC.

Con su estilo y originalidad, la banda tributo a AC/DC en Costa Rica retorna al Jazz Café San Pedro en este 2017 ofreciéndonos un repertorio de lo mejor de la prestigiosa agrupación desde sus inicios, hasta su último disco, Rock Or Bust.

Ha sido desde el año 2014 en que High Voltage, de manera usual, ha venido desatando locura y emoción entre de los amantes del buen rock a través de shows de altísima calidad, cargados de luces, proyecciones en pantalla gigante y adrenalina pura en acción, por lo que es un evento que no debés dejar pasar!

High Voltage es:

Juan Rodríguez: Voz
Jose Pérez: Guitarra Principal
Roger Rojas: Guitarra Rítmica

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Jerry Cantrell Recalls Layne Staley ‘Egging’ Him on to Sing Lead Vocals in Alice in Chains

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During a recent Q&A session at Rock Fantasy Camp, Alice in Chains’ Jerry Cantrell revealed that Layne Staley encouraged him to take on a more active role in singing lead vocals.

As Alice in Chains began to take charge of the ’90s alternative rock scene, the Seattle group dwelled further and further on their two-man vocal attack, conjuring some of rock’s most beautiful and unnerving harmonies.

“I had a pretty strong background in choir throughout junior high and high school,” Cantrell said, according to Alternative Nation. “I was like the president of my choir in high school. We used to perform acapella, four-part harmony acapella state competition type stuff, like Bartok, great classical type stuff, so kind of dark brooding harmonies and stuff like that.”

“Plus all the bands...

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Godsmack Hope to Perform Debut Album in Full on 20th Anniversary Tour Next Year

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To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their self-titled debut album, Godsmack are looking to perform the LP in full on the road in 2018. According to frontman Sully Erna, the decision to mark the occasion has delayed the release of a new record.

“We were going to drop a record this year. We didn’t want the records to be so spaced apart, but it kind of seems like a theme with us, it’s always three or four years before another record comes out,” Erna tells The Rod Ryan Show on Houston’s 94.5 The Buzz. “Part of that is because by the time it takes you to write and record and tour on an album, it’s 18 months to two years...

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Watch DAVE GROHL And His Mother Discuss ‘From Cradle To Stage’ Book In New Promo Video

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FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl’s mother has just released a new book titled “From Cradle To Stage: Stories From The Mothers Who Rocked And Raised Rock Stars”, which features interviews that Virginia Hanlon Grohl conducted with 18 rock mothers, including the moms of musicians like RUSH’s Geddy Lee and RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE’s Tom Morello.

Also in the book are interviews with the mothers of BEASTIE BOYS’ Mike D, Miranda Lambert, MAROON 5’s Adam Levine and the late Amy Winehouse.

A new promotional video for “From Cradle To Stage: Stories From The Mothers Who Rocked And Raised Rock Stars” in which Virginia Hanlon Grohl and Dave Grohl discuss the book’s contents in a phone call can be seen below.

Dave Grohl has penned the foreword to “From Cradle To Stage: Stories From The Mothers Who Rock...

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CHUCK BILLY: How TESTAMENT Survived Music Industry Changes In Last 30 Years

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Chuck Billy, vocalist of the thrash metal band TESTAMENT, stopped by WSOU 89.5 FM in conjunction with the band’s appearances in the New York City area to talk music and more with station music director Mike Colantuoni. Just hours before TESTAMENT’s April 20 show at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey, Billy spoke with the long-running metal and hard rock college radio station about the band’s latest album, “Brotherhood Of The Snake”, their tour with SEPULTURA and PRONG, the songwriting process and changes within the music industry. Billy also talked about the thirtieth anniversary of TESTAMENT’s debut album “The Legacy”, which was released on April 21, 1987, and revealed that the group is already working on songs for the follow-up to “Brotherhood of the Snake”.

Speaking about ...

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Corey Taylor on Stone Sour’s ‘Hydrograd’ Album: ‘It Is Flat Out Rock ‘n’ Roll in Its Best Form’

You think you’re excited for the new Stone Sour album? You haven’t talked to Corey Taylor yet, who is absolutely over the moon while speaking about his experience working on the band’s upcoming Hydrograd album. The band recently revealed that the album would arrive in June and we should have some new music to hear shortly.

We recently spoke with Corey Taylor about the disc and he had a hard time holding back on his desire to share the music. “I’m so excited about it that if I didn’t think I’d get in f–king trouble, I’d play it for you right now, for real,” Taylor told us. “I am beyond excited. Everyone we have talked to has just been blown away by it.”

The band has a little more personal stake in seeing the response on Hydrograd this time around...

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35 Years Ago: Iron Maiden Unleash ‘The Number of the Beast’

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“Woe to you, oh earth and sea / For the Devil sends the beast with wrath / Because he knows the time is short / Let him who hath understanding / Reckon the number of the beast / For it is a human number / Its number is six hundred and sixty six.”

These words have been etched into the annals of heavy metal history, signaling the onset of one of the genre’s most venerable songs: Iron Maiden‘s “The Number of the Beast.” The album, taking its name from the potent track, was released on March 22, 1982, thrusting Maiden onto bigger stages and under brighter spotlights as fans welcomed the arrival of new vocalist Bruce Dickinson.

After finding Paul Di’Anno‘s replacement in the former Samson singer, Iron Maiden performed a small run of shows before hitting the studio to record the fol...

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ALICE IN CHAINS: Double 7″ Single To Be Made Available For ‘Record Store Day’

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Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, commemorates the tenth anniversary of Record Store Day with an electrifying lineup of exclusive new and collectible 7″ and 12″ vinyl releases. Among these is ALICE IN CHAINS’ “Get Born Again”/”What The Hell Have I”, two 7″ black vinyl singles in gatefold sleeve.

This special ALICE IN CHAINS 45 RPM double 7″ single collects four hard-hitting tracks remastered and available on vinyl for the first time. “What The Hell Have I” and “A Little Bitter”, released on the soundtrack to the Arnold Schwarzenegger film “Last Action Hero” in 1993, were the first to feature new bassist Mike Inez, who’d played with Ozzy Osbourne for five years...

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First And Only Unauthorized Biography Of METALLICA’s JAMES HETFIELD: More Preview Pages Available

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Lesser Gods has offered a first look at their new book “So Let It Be Written: The Biography of Metallica’s James Hetfield”. After months of speculation from fans and critics, preview pages of the introduction and chapter 1 are now available for your reading pleasure exclusively on CLRVYNT.

With more than thitry years of touring and recording under Hetfield’s belt and a live act that remains a must-see to this day, a book chronicling the METALLICA frontman seemed long overdue...

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Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington: Musical Style Doesn’t Matter if It ‘Comes From a Pure Place’

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Linkin Park fans have been at ends over the band’s pop direction on One More Light as evident by the two singles “Heavy” and “Battle Symphony.” But the group has a history of exploring new musical territory and Chester Bennington has offered a detailed account of their change in style.

Speaking with RockSound, the singer explained Linkin Park’s willingness to try new things and that the band “actually started writing some really interesting pop music” before The Hunting Party. “Mike [Shinoda] was giving me litmus tests like, ‘Hey, what would you say if I said… let’s do a collaboration with Katy Perry or Kelly Clarkson?’ and I was like, ‘F–k yeah! I actually really like pop music,’” Bennington recalled...

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