Rage Against the Machine Singer Confirms New Album

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Rage Against the Machine Zack de La Rocha Confirms New Record

It might not be a Rage Against the Machine record, but frontman Zack de La Rocha has confirmed he is recording a new record which will be produced by Rick Rubin and will feature Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme and Pharrell Williams. The album will be called Run the Jewels 4 and is scheduled for release on June 5, 2020.

In other Rage Against the News, I recently covered the band’s infamous Saturday Night Live performance that got them banned from the show. Check out the story below

Johnny Cash’s Creepy Haunted House

Today I wanted to talk about a story a lot of rock n’ roll fans may not know about. On my channel Rock N’ Roll True Stories I dive deep into Johnny Cash’s second home in the island of Jamaica. The home was purchased in the 1970’s and is referred to as “Cinnamon Hill.”  What a lot of people may not know is that Cash and his second wife June spent a lot of time on the Caribbean island, especially in their later years. Today we explore the haunted stories and creepy happenings at the house. Check it out below!

Cheap Trick At The Budokan Discussed By Matt Sorum

Guns N’ Roses ex-drummer Matt Sorum was recently on Josh Adam Meyeres YouTube Channel to talk about one of the greatest live records of all time Cheap Trick at Budokan. Check out the hour long discussion below and don’t forget to pickup Sorum’s new book titled “Double Talkin’ Jive.” this July!

Matt Sorum Reveals Guns N’ Roses Greatest Gig

Ex-Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum appeared on The 500 With Josh Adam Meyers.

The drummer was on there to promote his new autobiography coming out this July titled “Double Talkin’ Jive” named after the Guns N’ Roses song from “Use Your Illusion 1” record.

During the conversation Sorum revealed what he thought was Guns N’ Roses best gig during his time with the band and praised Axl Rose’s performance at the 1992 Freddie Mercury tribute show saying

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“Probably one of my greatest experiences was The Freddie Mercury Tribute, which was done at Wembley Stadium [in London, UK, on April 20, 1992], and we were invited to open the show.

“It was us and Metallica, and then Queen came out; you can watch it on YouTube, it’s probably one of the most incredible shows. I mean, backstage was David Bowie, Annie Lennox, Robert Plant, Elton [John]…

“Elton and Axl [Rose] did ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ You’ve gotta watch it; they just crushed.

“I’ve gotta say, that night was just… I remember meeting Elizabeth Taylor – it’s in my book. I drank with Liza Minnelli and George Michael. [Laughs]

“Just, one of those nights that you just will never, ever be able to… It was sort of like being in a dream world. Walking out, going, ‘Wow!’ Wembley Stadium – sold out.

“When I look back at – especially Guns N’ Roses, it’s just sort of a surreal feeling. It’s almost like watching a movie, somebody else’s movie, and you’re in it. It’s just so weird.”