The Infamous AEROSMITH & THE BLACK CROWES Feud
Today we take a look at the infamous AEROSMITH & BLACK CROWES feud that dates back to the early 90’s when AEROSMITH was out on their “Pump Tour” and took out a young band named THE BLACK CROWES who had just released their first record in 1989. Following the tour THE BLACK CROWES frontman CHRIS ROBINSON criticized AEROSMITH frontman STEVEN TYLER for using backing tracks. We review the feud in today’s video
AXL ROSE Dedicates “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” At GUNS N’ ROSES Show
During GUNS N’ ROSES first concert of 2020 last night in Miami, Florida as part of the SUPER BOWL MUSIC FESTIVAL, frontman AXL ROSE took some time to dedicate the song “Knocking’ On Heaven’s Door” to KOBE BRYANT, his daughter and the others who died tragically in that helicopter crash last weekend. AXL ROSE would tell a story about returning from rehearsal and seeing the fog over the mountain where KOBE BRYANT’s helicopter crashed. Check it out below (starts at 2:21).
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The setlist for the Miami, Florida show was as follows:
MEGAGDETH’s DAVE MUSTAINE Announces a New Book About Iconic Album “Rust in Peace”
Today it was announced that MEGADETH frontman DAVE MUSTAINE will be releasing a new book titled “Building the Perfect Beast” this year. The book will focus on the creation of the iconic MEGADETH record “Rust in Peace.” The book comes out September 8th through Hachette Books. Pre-Orders aren’t available yet.
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Back in 2010 DAVE MUSTAINE released his memoir titled “MustaineL A Heavy Metal Memoir.” The book was a New York Times best seller discussing his life. The summary of his new book is as follows:
Building the Perfect Beast details the making of Megadeth’s iconic record, Rust In Peace, which was released in 1990, at an incredible time of flux and creativity in the rock world. Relayed by the lead vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter of Megadeth himself, Dave Mustaine, the book covers the process of hiring the band and supporting cast, of trying to handle the ensuing success, and ultimately the pressure of fame and fortune-which caused the band to finally break-up. In short, it’s a true story of groundbreaking anti-pop that was moving toward the mainstream (or the mainstream that was moving toward the band), at a time of great cultural change, power, ego, drugs, and other vices that went hand-in-hand with Rock N’ Roll, circa the late eighties-early nineties.
Little did Mustaine know that the birth pangs of the record were nothing compared to the oncoming pain and torment that would surround it. Alcohol, drugs, sex, money, power, property, prestige, the lies the band was told by the industry-and the lies they told each other-were just beginning, and much like rust in real life, these factors would ultimately eat away at the band’s bond until only the music survived.
Building the Perfect Beast is a story of perseverance, of scraping off the rust off that builds over time on everything: ourselves, our relationships, pop culture, art, and music.