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Alter Bridge have a video interview

Alter Bridge got interviewed.
Whoever interviewed them uploaded the clip on YT.
Blabbermouth posted about it.
Alex read it on Blabbermouth.
Alex decided to post it here, too, in spite of being a day too late and pretty uninteresting.
You are now reading this lazy article.
I’ve wasted your time.


New music videos by Motorhead, Bring Me The Horizon, Crematory

"Anthem" by Bring Me The Horizon

Today is a good day if you’re bored and want to watch some music videos — “Anthem” by Bring Me The Horizon, “Get Back In Line” by  Motörhead and “Infinity” by Crematory have all been posted online. You can watch them after you make the jump, and in case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few days (or under few feet of snow if you’re from UK), you can watch The Damned Things‘ video for “We’ve Got a Situation Here” and Corey Taylor‘s  X-M@$ as well.


Some interviews

Joe Satriani (pictured above) gave an interview. Sadly, nobody asked him if he’s a full time Moby impersonator.

Gus G. of Ozzy Osbourne and Firewind infamy also gave an interview. Rumor has it that Ozzy is the first human taxidermy puppet. Sadly, Gus had no comment when asked if it was true. He just nodded.

Let’s see now, can you guess what Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge gave? Is it a) birth or b) an interview? Find out here. You lose.

Crashdïet have a video interview. This is okay and all but who the hell are they? Make the jump for the video though. Maybe you’re more informed than I am.


Alter Bridge stream new album

I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking “what will Alter Bridge‘s new album sound like? Will it be any good?”. Well fear not, because the band have made their entire album, AB III (named after Korn’s new album I presume), available for streaming. No longer will you have to waste your time searching for torrents, downloading the album, deleting the album… because it’s now available at the click of a play button. Amazing right?

If you can’t be bothered to listen to the album right now, don’t worry, because the band have taken the time to tell you what it sounds like. Apparently it’s the “darkest” record yet, it’s the best, it’s the heaviest, it’s the most diverse and musically accomplished. Actually I’m not sure if they said all of those things, but that’s normally what bands say about every album they release.

Listen to the entire album here.

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