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The artistic vision of SlipknotShawn Clown Crahan never stops, with fans now being given a video thats a directors cut from the Yen video universe featuring the song Bone Church.

Fans may remember the already spooky visual attached to Yen upon its release last August, and while some of the visual themes transfer over (such as the unmasked bespectacled Corey Taylor and the warring black silhouette figures), Clown has definitely upped the creepy factor on this video.

The idea of identity seems to play into Clowns directors cut, with a majority of the characters appearing to have multiple faces through either masks, makeup or visual editing. As with the prior clip, Taylor appears to be keeping a watchful eye over all of the activity, while the silhouette figures seem to be battling for dominance.

Unlike the original Yen video, which featured other members of the band, Taylor appears to be the only Slipknot member in the clip, and even then he is often shown primarily in a close-up of his glasses-covered eye.

As for Bone Church, Clown states, On the road, we have a jam room set up backstage at every show, where we play, practice, warm up and sometimes try out new ideas. Bone Church started life in a jam room on the .5: The Gray Chapter tour. We’ve been bringing it closer and closer to life ever since, and finally, here it is. This one is for the fans - a further vision deeper into Slipknot’s history, which is still being written. Enjoy.

Get a closer look at the video for Bone Church and revisit the original band video for Yen to catch the changes and see how the artists vision has evolved.




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There should be some great rock n roll and a little bit of friendly chart-watching rivalry this spring when Shinedown hit the road with Three Days Grace and From Ashes to New.

The chart-topping rockers Shinedown just announced their The Revolutions Live trek which will kick off on April 3 in Saginaw, Michigan, with Three Days Grace and From Ashes to New serving as support on the run.

For the past few years, Shinedown and Three Days Grace have been engaged in a chart battle for most No. 1 songs on Billboards Mainstream Rock Chart. Shinedown pulled ahead with their 17th No. 1 with Planet Zero early last year, then added their 18th, Daylight, later in the year. Three Days Grace are right on their heels with Lifetime becoming their 17th chart-topper also last year. And as both bands have new albums to support, the chart battle should generate a little friendly rivalry during the run.

Shinedowns latest from their Planet Zero album, Dead Dont Die, just arrived with a Lewis Carter-directed video that can be seen below, while Three Days Grace most recently released their third Explosions album single, I Am the Weapon.

From Ashes to New, meanwhile, saw their Retaliators soundtrack song The Retaliators (21 Bullets) hit No. 15 on the Mainstream Rock chart last year, with the song Until We Break featuring Memphis May FireMatty Mullins being their most recent offering.

As for the upcoming trek, the Revolutions Live tour will play 21 stops along the way. All cities, dates and venues are listed at the bottom of this post. The public on-sale for tickets is this Friday (Jan. 27) at 10AM local time through LiveNation.com. There will also be various pre-sales going on ahead of Friday, starting tomorrow (Jan. 24) through Thursday (Jan. 26). You can visit Shinedowns website for additional ticketing info.

Shinedown / Three Days Grace / From Ashes To New 2023 The Revolutions Live Tour Dates

April 3 – Saginaw, Mich @ The Dow Event Center
April 4 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Heritage Bank Center
April 7 – Bridgeport, Ct. @ Total Mortgage Arena
April 8 – State College, Pa. @ Bryce Jordan Center
April 10 – Wilkes-Barre, Pa. @ Mohegan Sun Arena
April 12 – Huntington, W.V. @ Mountain Health Arena
April 14 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena
April 15 – Orlando, Fla. @ Amway Center
April 17 – Savannah, Ga. @ Enmarket Arena
April 19 – Huntsville, Ala. @ Von Braun Center
April 21 – Memphis, Tenn. @ FedExForum
April 22 – Baton Rouge, La. @ Raising Canes River Center
April 24 – Tulsa, Okla. @ BOK Center
April 25 – Lincoln, Neb. @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
April 27 – Ft. Wayne, Ind. @ Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
April 29 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ Fiserv Forum
April 30 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ Target Center
May 3 – Bozeman, Mont. @ Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
May 6 – Spokane, Wash. @ Spokane Arena
May 7 – Everett, Wash. @ Angel of the Winds Arena
May 9 – Portland, Ore. @ Moda Center
Sept. 7 – 10 – Blue Ridge Rock Festival @ The Virginia International Raceway *^

*Festival, no Three Days Grace and From Ashes to New
^Not a Live Nation & FPC Live Produced Date





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This week, Queens iconic Bohemian Rhapsody surpassed 2 billion streams on Spotify.

The streaming feat by the classic British rock band shows that their signature six-minute rock opus is still delighting listeners nearly 50 years after its release.

It also shows the ultimate staying power of the hit 1975 Queen single from that years A Night at the Opera. Other rock acts whove achieved at least 1 billion streams of a single song on Spotify include Nirvana (Smells Like Teen Spirit), Journey (Dont Stop Believin), Guns N Roses (Sweet Child O Mine) and Linkin Park (In the End, Numb).

See Queens stats toward the bottom of this post.

Recorded by Queen and co-producer Roy Thomas Baker across multiple studios in 1975, Queen had referred to Bohemian Rhapsody as a mock opera that incorporated three different songs theyd written. The combination paid off, as Bohemian Rhapsody went No. 1 in multiple countries.

Spotify, which was founded by the Swedish entrepreneurs Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon in 2006, initially launched in the U.S. in 2011. That means it took over a decade for Queens Bohemian Rhapsody to reach the 2-billion mark on the streaming service.

Bohemian Rhapsody is also the name of the 2018 biopic about Queen and their late lead singer, Freddie Mercury, who died in 1991. In the film, the actor Rami Malek plays Mercury.

See the music video for Bohemian Rhapsody below.

Queens Bohemian Rhapsody Surpasses 2 Billion Streams on Spotify - Dec. 19, 2022




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Christine McVie, the British-born Fleetwood Mac vocalist, songwriter and keyboard player whose cool, soulful contralto helped define such classics as You Make Loving Fun, Everywhere and Dont Stop, died Wednesday at age 79.

Her death was announced on the bands social media accounts. No cause of death or other details were immediately provided, but a family statement said she passed away peacefully at hospital this morning with family around her after a short illness.

She was truly one-of-a-kind, special and talented beyond measure, the bands statement reads in part.

McVie was a steady presence and personality in a band known for its frequent lineup changes and volatile personalities – notably fellow singer-songwriters Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham.

During its peak commercial years, from 1975-80, the band sold tens of millions of records and was an ongoing source of fascination for fans as it transformed personal battles into melodic, compelling songs. McVie herself had been married to bassist John McVie, and their breakup – along with the split of Nicks and Buckingham – was famously documented on the 1977 release Rumours, among the bestselling albums of all time.

Fleetwood Mac, co-founded by drummer Mick Fleetwood in 1967, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. The groups many other hit singles included Dreams, Go Your Own Way and Little Lies.




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As 2022 winds down, the 2023 tour season is starting to fill up, and one of early 2023s top touring bills figures to be the co-headlining trek featuring Theory of a Deadman and Skillet. The two veteran bands will be hitting the road with Saint Asonia supporting, making for one great night of rock.

The Rock Resurrection Tour kicks off Feb. 17 in Gary, Indiana, heading east before circling back across the country for the tours conclusion March 26 in Los Angeles. All of the dates, cities and venues can be seen toward the bottom of this post.

Were super stoked to be touring with our good friends in Skillet and Saint Asonia this winter, shares Theory of a Deadmans frontman Tyler Connolly. Were also really looking forward to playing new material for our fans!!

We are so excited to be touring with our friends from Theory again!, says Skillets John Cooper. Its been several years since our last tour together, and this time we are also joined by our friends in Saint Asonia. We are looking forward to kicking off 2023 the right way by joining forces for a super-charged rock show! Panheads get ready!

Theory of a Deadman recently released their new song Dinosaur, which at current serves as a stand-alone single, but could eventually be part of their next studio album. Skillet, meanwhile, are touring in support of their early 2022 album, Dominion. Saint Asonia have divvied up their 2022 output between two EPs, Introvert and Extrovert, with the second EP set to drop this Friday (Nov. 18).

The artist presale will being tomorrow (Nov. 15) while other presales will follow on Wednesday and Thursday at 10AM local time. The general public on sale will be this Friday (Nov. 18) at 10AM local time. You can get your tickets through either Theory of a Deadman or Skillets websites.

Theory of a Deadman + Skillet With Saint Asonia 2023 Tour

Feb. 17 Gary, Ind. @ Hard Rock Live
Feb. 18 Green Bay, Wis. @ EPIC Event Center
Feb. 19 East Moline, Ill. @ The Rust Belt
Feb. 21 Milwaukee, Wis. @ Eagles Ballroom Club Stage
Feb. 22 Detroit, Mich. @ The Fillmore
Feb. 24 Reading, Pa. @ Santander Arena - Theater
Feb. 25 Boston, Mass. @ Roadrunner
Feb. 26 Bangor, Maine @ Cross Insurance Center
Feb. 28 Sayreville, N.J. @ Starland Ballroom **
March 1 Rochester, N.Y. @ Main Street Armory
March 3 Cleveland, Ohio @ Agora Theatre
March 4 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. @ Soaring Eagle Casino - Theatre
March 5 Cincinnati, Ohio @ AJB Music Center
March 7 Nashville, Tenn. @ Brooklyn Bowl **
March 8 Pikeville, Ky. @ Appalachian Wireless Arena
March 10 St Louis, Mo. @ The Factory
March 11 Springfield, Mo. @ Shrine Mosque
March 12 Tulsa, Okla. @ Tulsa Theater
March 14 Houston, Texas @ Bayou Music Center
March 15 Dallas, Texas @ The Factory
March 17 Kansas City, Mo. @ Midland Theatre
March 18 Omaha, Neb. @ Baxter Arena
March 19 Denver, Colo. @ Mission Ballroom
March 21 Las Vegas, Nev. @ Brooklyn Bowl **
March 22 Phoenix, Ariz. @ First Arizona Federal Theater
March 24 Reno, Nev. @ Grand Sierra Resort Grand Theatre
March 25 Wheatland, Calif. @ Hard Rock Live
March 26 Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Wiltern




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BREAKING BENJAMIN
ANGELS FALL
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ROB ZOMBIE
DEAD CITY RADIO AND THE NEW GODS OF SUPERTOWN
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SHINEDOWN
THICK AS THIEVES
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FOO FIGHTERS
ARLANDRIA
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SPIRITBOX
YELLOWJACKET
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GUNS N ROSES
HAIR OF THE DOG
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THE SCORE
FIGHTER
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HEADCAGE
SIDE BY SIDE
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FOOLS BREW
ECHOES
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HOSTAGE
ARK
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