Lots of Little Easter Eggs in the “It’s So Easy” Music Video
Today we take a look at the easter eggs you may have missed in Guns N’ Roses newly released video for “It’s So Easy.” Check it out below!
Guns N’ Roses Announce Second London Show Next Year
It was revealed last week that Guns N’ Roses will be touring Europe next summer. When it was first announced the band had only listed 13 dates including a shot at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London scheduled for May 29th. Due to overwhelming demand, the band has added a second show that will take place on May 30th.
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A statement was revealed saying
“The event marks the first live music concert to be staged at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium since the venue opened in April this year and the two nights will be the only dates that the band will be performing their enormous and beloved catalogue of hits in the UK.”
Check out the full list of European tour dates below!
Guns N’ Roses 2020 UK and European tour
May 20: Lisbon Passeio Martim De Alges, Portugal
May 23: Seville Estadio Benito Villamarin, Spain
May 26: Munich Olympiastadion, Germany
May 29: London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, UK
May 30: London Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, UK
Jun 02: Hamburg Volksparkstadion, Germany
Jun 06: Stockholm Sweden Rock Festival, Sweden
Jun 09: Vienna Ernst Happel Stadium, Austria
Jun 12: Florence Firenze Rocks, Italy
Jun 14: Berne Stade De Suisse, Switzerland
Jun 17: Warsaw PGE Narodowy, Poland
Jun 19: Prague Letnany Airport, Czech Republic
Jun 21: Landgraaf Pinkpop, Netherlands
Jun 27: Dublin Marlay Park, Ireland
Judas Priest’s Rob Halford Doubts We’ll See New Music Next Year
In a recent interview with Detroit Rock Station WRIF’s Talkin Rock With Meltdown podcast on December 10th, Rob Halford of Judas Priest discussed the band’s 2020 plans. He revealed that we won’t likely see new music from the band next year.
Host Al Beck inquired whether we’d see new music to which Halford replied “Probably not, no. But we’re starting work [on new material]. And like I’ve always said it’ll be ready when it’s ready. But we’re probably moving faster than we ever did because the clock is ticking”
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That’s how the Judas Priest frontman put it to Detroit rock station WRIF’s Talkin’ Rock With Meltdown podcast last week (Dec. 10). Halford appeared on the program by telephone, and host Al Beck asked the musician if fans can expect to hear new music from the band in 2020.
“Probably not, no,” Halford replied, as transcribed by Blabbermouth. “But we’re starting work [on new material]. And like I’ve always said, it’ll be ready when it’s ready. But we’re probably moving faster than we ever did because the clock is ticking.”
Halford would bring up the Rolling Stones as a huge inspiration saying
“When I watch Mick [Jagger] and the boys, man, it makes my heart swell. And [the way] those guys are doing it at that point in their life — man. I said [years] ago, I wanna be screaming out ‘Painkiller’ when I turn 80; I wanna be on a stage somewhere.”
Judas Priest’s last album was Firepower, which came out last year.
AC/DC’s 1980 Album “Back in Black” Hits Unbelievable Milestones This Month
AC/DC’s 1980 album and their first with singer Brian Johnson, “Back in Black” has had a pretty amazing month. It was just revealed that four singles from the album have earned new sales certifications. “You Shook Me All Night Long” and the title track have now been certified triple platinum by the RIAA on December 12th, while two other singles from the record “Shoot to Thrill” and “Hell’s Bells” achieved single platinum.
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This is pretty impressive considering last week it was revealed that the album has shipped 25 million copies as reported by the RIAA.
I would only expect sales to spike in 2020 as rumors have been swirling of a possible new AC/DC album and possible tour with singer Brian Johnson and drummer Phil Rudd back in the band. It’s been rumored that late guitarist Malcolm Young will play on the record as the band was using some of the parts he recorded prior to his death.
Sebastian Bach To Hit the Road Next Year to Play Skid Row’s Debut Album in Full
This year, Skid Row’s self-titled debut album turned 30 and singer Sebastian Bach honored the milestone by touring this year and performing the record in its entirety on the road. It looks like Bach will be extending this tradition into next year with a North American Tour. The newly announced tour will consist of 30 shows and start in Blue Lake, California on March 25th and end in San Francisco on May 11th.