When OZZY OSBOURNE relaunches his "NO MORE TOURS 2" in 2020, he'll be joined by special guest MARILYN MANSON for the North American shows. These dates are OZZY's first shows since he announced earlier this year that all his 2019 performances would be postponed allowing him to heal from an injury sustained while dealing with pneumonia. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy®-winning singer and songwriter and 2019 Grammy® Special Merit Award recipient fell at his Lo
JOHN 5 AND THE CREATURES — comprised of world-renowned guitarist John 5 (ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON), bassist Ian Ross and drummer Logan Miles Nix — have announced the second leg of the "Invasion Tour 2019". The trek will kick off on October 30 in Michigan and wrap up just before Thanksgiving. Jared James Nichols, who supported John 5 on the first leg of the "Invasion Tour" earlier this year, has once again been tapped to open along with additional support from Reverend Jack.
For the first time since its 1996 debut, Ozzfest - the annual musical event that celebrates hard rock and heavy metal - has created a special one-night-only New Year's Eve celebration to ring in 2019. Set for Monday, December 31st at The Forum in Los Angeles, the event features headliner Ozzy Osbourne and a lineup of some of the greatest names in rock (and Ozzfest alumni): Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, and Jonathan Davis (of Korn), along with the Ozzfest debut of Body Count fea
World-renowned rocker John 5 shows Sweetwater's Nick Bowcott some cool guitar tricks. Check out the tabs for this lesson below. Curtesy of www.streetwater.com In example 1, John uses the following four things to emulate the sound of one of his favorite instruments — the pedal-steel guitar — on his signature Tele: Behind-the-nut string bends — achieved by applying carefully controlled downward pressure on the string he wants to bend behind the nut. Photo A captures him doing t
Yoshiki of Japanese superstars X JAPAN has revealed to Consequence Of Sound that the band's first album in 22 years will include a collaboration with Marilyn Manson. The as-yet-untitled follow-up to 1996's "Dahlia" was recorded at Yoshiki's private Los Angeles studio and apparently has been in the works for almost 10 years. "I know it's a long time, but when you listen to the sound, you'll understand why it took that long," Yoshiki said. "Ninety-nine percent of the songs are