Sound Bites: Josh Farrell Wants To Be Sure His Food Rocks.

Will Call’s Josh Farrell Isn’t The Rock Star He Once Dreamed Of Becoming, But He’s Cooked For Some Of His Biggest Music Heroes, And That’s Pretty Damn Cool. Welcome to Sound Bites, a new recurring Central Track feature where music and food collide. Here, we’ll ask the people who feed Dallas to share the tracks that fuel their craft, in hopes of learning a little more about how one of their senses informs another.
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Wasserman Music Adds Five New Agents

LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — Wasserman Music continued its expansion with the promotion of five new agents, including talent reps Amanda Ilgunas, Paige Maloney and Lauren Marker. A former Paradigm vet, Amanda Ilgunas as a receptionist at the agency before assuming various roles in Paradigm’s talent, corporate communications and human resources...

Waco artist Russell Campbell accents works with color, music in ‘Ohms’ show

Those who go to see the latest show by Waco artist Russell Campbell might bring their phones and not just for selfies. Each of the pieces in Campbell’s “Ohms: A Showcase of Sound & Color,” on display through October at the Susan L. Sistrunk Fine Art Gallery, has a song linked to it, one accessible through a Spotify link under each title.

190-Million-Year-Old Fossils Named After Gojira

Something about metal band names and ancient fossils go perfectly well together: Nightwish, The Ocean, Between the Buried and Me and Cannibal Corpse bassist Alex Webster are just a few examples of newly discovered species given names in their honor by scientists in recent years. Gojira can now add themselves...


Has announced five promotions in, and two additions to, its tour-marketing department. The new agents include Amanda Ilgunas, Paige Maloney and Lauren Marker, as well as brand-partnership agents Edenized Perez and Mallory Smith. Additionally, Team Wass adds tour-marketing directors Stephanie Gherini and Mika Posecion. "We take great pride in developing...

Exploring joy and faith through Transatlantic’s The Whirlwind

A portion of my love—my bare-hearted and achingly sincere love, like a child has for their pets or a pet has for their owners—of progressive rock comes from the inalienable if inexplicable sense that it is mine. If I had to guess, it stems to yet another symptom of life on the autism spectrum, a fact that only seems to answer more and more certain subtleties of my life as I move through my 30s and that which once was mysterious suddenly becomes understandable, pushed gently into the light.

Scientists Honor Gojira by Naming Three Fossils After the Metal Band

Gojira have always been an environmentally conscious band, and now scientists have honored the French metal act by naming three newly discovered fossils after them. The brittle star fossils were found in France, Luxembourg, and Austria on what was once the bed of the Jurassic Tethys Ocean. Each of the new species were named after the members of Gojira: Ophiogojira labadiei honoring bassist Jean-Michel Labadie; Ophiogojira andreui for lead guitarist Christian Andreu; and Ophioduplantiera noctiluca for both Joe and Mario Duplantier.

TESTAMENT's Chuck Billy Working On Bluesy, Rock Solo Album

Testament vocalist Chuck Billy has revealed to the Not These Two Fucking Guys podcast that he's plotting a solo album. Billy said he's reached out to guitarists like Mark Morton of Lamb Of God, Gary Holt of Exodus, Glen Drover formerly of Megadeth, and Stephen Carpenter of Deftones about the effort.

SPIRITBOX // Eternal Blue

AOTY 2021? — Spiritboxhas been the name on everyone’s lips these last few months, and it’s not been hard to see why. BLOOD COMMAND: Nikki Brumen Discusses Pagan, Blood Command and Why ‘The End Is Her’ // CLOWNS: Unleash New Single ‘Sarah’ REVIEWS: THE BRONX: VI // LIL LOTUS: ERRØR BØY // JINJER: Wallflowers // TURNSTILE: Glow On // LOSER: All The Rage // THE DEATH SET: How To Tune A Parrot.

Sylvan Esso on the Bonnaroo Superjam That Wasn’t

Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google | Radio Public | RSS. Where were you when you got word that Bonnaroo 2021 was not happening? Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn of Sylvan Esso were in the middle of practicing for their Superjam set, a special collaborative show that’s always one of the most anticipated of Roo.
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DEFTONES' Stephen Carpenter Plays Through "Rickets"

Hey look, it's Deftones guitarist Stephen Carpenter playing through another song off Around The Fur! This time it's the heavier track "Rickets", which you can check out in full above. You can also check out his other playthroughs of:. "This Link Is Dead", "Genesis", and "Ceremony" off Ohms. "Swerve City",...

TESTAMENT’s CHUCK BILLY Is Working On Debut Solo Album

TESTAMENT frontman Chuck Billy has confirmed that he has commenced work on his debut solo album. “Well, it started [to be] in the works, but then things just kind of got held up,” he revealed in a new interview with “Not These Two F*cking Guys.” “I was recruiting some guitar players over the last six months to write a record with me, and I was gonna use a different guitar player on every song to help me write songs. Mark Morton [LAMB OF GOD], I’ve talked to him; he wants to work [with me].

Deftones’ Stephen Carpenter Shares “Rickets” Guitar Playthrough

Deftones guitarist Stephen Carpenter continues to shine a light on the band’s 1997 platinum-certified sophomore album “Around The Fur” in this week’s guitar playthrough. This marks the fifth week in a row he has run through a track from that album with this latest being the album’s fifth track, “Rickets“.

TESTAMENT's CHUCK BILLY Is Plotting His First-Ever Solo Album: 'I Want It To Be Different'

TESTAMENT singer Chuck Billy has confirmed to the "Not These Two Fucking Guys" podcast that he has begun reaching out to various hard rock and heavy metal musicians about collaborating with him on his first-ever solo album. He explained (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "Well, it started [to be] in the works, but then things just kind of got held up. I was recruiting some guitar players over the last six months to write a record with me, and I was gonna use a different guitar player on every song to help me write songs. Mark Morton [LAMB OF GOD], I've talked to him; he wants to work [with me]. I also want Gary Holt [EXODUS, SLAYER] to write some songs with me. Glen Drover [ex-MEGADETH] is gonna write some songs… I haven't approached my cousin Stef [Stephen Carpenter] from the DEFTONES yet, but I'm gonna see if he'll wanna write a song with me. I tried to reach out to Joe Bonamassa [to see if he wants to] write a song with me."

Royal Blood at Lincoln Engine Shed

Royal Blood are a rock duo from Brighton, consisting of bassist and singer Michael Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher. Scroll down to see all ticket options and prices. See a full list of Royal Blood events here. Staying the night? Find a place to stay near Lincoln's Engine Shed for...