Megadeth,Volbeat and Lacuna Coil The Palladium Ballroom Thursday, March 1 Not better than: Seeing Motörhead on this bill. So, if a ticket for a hot co-headlining tour with two legendary metal acts costs $50, wouldn't it make sense for the price to be lowered if one of those bands couldn't play? ... More >>
Thursday, March 1, at Palladium Ballroom
After leaving Megadeth in 2002 and bringing a lawsuit against Dave Mustaine in 2004, very few people thought original bassist Dave Ellefson would ever appear with the band again. Yet, behind the scenes, over a period of six years, Mustaine and Ellefson were both rediscovering Christianity and havin ... More >>
Lenny KravitzThe last time we heard from Lenny Kravitz, he was creating his own home video of an impromptu performance with a youth band from First Baptist Church of Lewisville on the streets of New Orleans. The people loved it, which is more than can be said of his 2011 funk album, Black and Whi ... More >>
The weekend's here, which is good news for anyone hoping to catch up on sleep and boost their immune systems so they don't catch that darn H1N1 virus going around. And good news for music fans, too, as there's enough rock going on to melt both your face and all potential germs it might be keeping ... More >>
Roger CaldwellDisturbed closed out a long list of bands playing at the Nokia Tuesday night, including Killswitch Engage, Lacuna Coil and Chimaira. Roger Caldwell's shots from the show are up in our slideshow here.
Every Time I Die will bring its metalcore style to the House of Blues this Wednesday. Between last week and the rest of this one, it feels like we're in metal heaven here in Dallas. Everyone from Napalm Death to Every Time I Die to Through the Eyes of the Dead are hitting up local venues. And I, for ... More >>