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  • SLIPKNOT, GUNS N' ROSES, STP, LINKIN PARK Members Perform With KINGS OF CHAOS In Las Vegas (Video)
    Posted on December 4, 2016 at 03:22

    KINGS OF CHAOS, the part-time all-star rock 'n' roll collective that includes former and current members of GUNS N' ROSES, SLIPKNOT, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS and LINKIN PARK, performed at the House Of Blues in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 1, December 2 and December 3. KINGS OF CHAOS's lineup for the Vegas shows consisted of former GUNS N' ROSES drummer Matt Sorum alongside bassist Robert DeLeo (STONE TEMPLE PILOTS), vocalist Corey Taylor (SLIPKNOT, STONE SOUR), vocalist Chester Bennington (LINKIN PARK), guitarist Billy Duffy (THE CULT) and guitarist Steve Stevens (BILLY IDOL). Fan-filmed video footage of the entire December 1 concert can be seen below. Featured songs: 01:05 Vasoline 04:02 White Wedding 08:18 Fire Woman 14:05 Sex Type Thing 17:48 Slither 22:22 Wild Flower 26:40 Waitin' For The Bus 29:40 Sharp Dressed Man 34:55 Tush 38:55 Through Glass 44:00 Steve Stevens Solo 49:20 Edie (Ciao Baby) 51:36 Interstate Love Song 55:45 Jesus Just Left Chicago 1:01:06 Ace Of Spades 1:04:28 She Sells Sanctuary 1:10:15 Rebel Yell 1:15:54 Love Removal Machine 1:20:50 Tube Snake Boogie 1:25:00 La Grange 1:32:08 Going Down (with Franky Perez) 1:36:55 Beer Drinkers & Hellraisers Asked how he manages to manage all the big personalities involved with KINGS OF CHAOS, Sorum told the Windsor Star: "You know what? It's really a fun, easy gig. There's really no agenda behind it except to play a cool show… I've played with all these guys before. It's super easy-going. Everyone gets on the airplane, drives out to the gig, sets up the gear, and rocks. There's really no drama around it at all." Regarding how important ego management is in keeping a band together, Sorum said: "From my experience, I mean… It's been a bit of a wild ride. Hence the name KINGS OF CHAOS. [Laughs] But at the same time, I don't know if I would've wanted it any other way. You know, I see bands with lead singers who are really nice. Squeaky clean. And I really don't feel I'm getting that wild, rock 'n' roll sensibility that I want." He continued: "I love Dave Grohl [FOO FIGHTERS frontman], don't get me wrong. But he's a drummer who got out front with a guitar. Is there any danger in it? Not really. If you go to a FOO FIGHTERS show, you're gonna see a band play their set, and everything is gonna go down nice, and he'll thank the crowd, and everyone's gonna go home and go, 'Wow, that was a really nice rock 'n' roll show.' "Not everything went perfect in any of the bands I've been in, but I know one thing: People on their way home were going, Holy shit, what was that?'" Regarding the future of KINGS OF CHAOS, Sorum told Robin Leach: "We'll see where KINGS OF CHAOS takes us. It could turn into a band, it could be an album, we don't know yet. I'm thinking about making some original music with it. Seeing if a singer will want to come in and be a permanent member. "Right now I just want to have fun. I just want to keep it loose, very spontaneous, go out and play for people and have them enjoy the music. I haven't thought too far down the road yet, except maybe to record original music. "People ask, 'Why would you want to record original music; nobody is buying records anymore?' I go, 'Well, that's not a very good attitude.' The only thing you can do is make music for yourself, and you hope that people gravitate toward it. However, they are going to gravitate toward it. You are playing music because you love it, not because people are going to buy it. I made a solo record last year, and I think it sold five copies. I didn't (care). I love doing it." […]

  • METALLICA's LARS ULRICH Says He Never Discusses Politics With JAMES HETFIELD
    Posted on December 3, 2016 at 14:45

    METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich, who has made no secret of his liberal views, was asked in a brand new interview with Vulture if he ever discusses politics with frontman James Hetfield, who has described himself as being somewhat conservative politically. "I swear to you, I talk to James Hetfield about most things on this planet, but I don't think I've ever willfully had a political conversation with him," Lars responded. "We've spent 35 years together, and obviously we've been in the same room when the conversation went toward politics, but James and I sitting down in a room and discussing our particular views on something like affordable health care? Never happened." Asked if it doesn't seem weird to work with someone for 35 years and never talk about politics, Lars said: "The thing you've got to understand is that METALLICA is made up of four people from four different places who took four very different paths to where we are now. The one thing that unites us is the love of the music that we're playing and that all four of us felt like outsiders trying to figure out who the hell we were. We didn't come together because we were questioning this in the culture or that about politics. We came together because we were all a little lost and trying to get a sense of belonging to something bigger than ourselves. I'll sit and talk politics with you all night, but I don't necessarily feel the need to do it in an interview. METALLICA is a collective, but we've just never been the kind of band to sit down and say, 'Okay, what's our common view of the world?'" Ulrich also talked about his own personal view of the world these days. He said: "I grew up in a functioning social democracy. I grew up on affordable health care in a country where the word 'we' is more popular than the word 'I.' So, trust me, I have my opinions about this stuff, but I don't really need to shout it from the rooftops. Maybe one day I will, and there are times when it's difficult not to. I'm stunned about how truth and facts have become obsolete, and how if someone sees something they don't like, they just say 'the media made that up.' But I get plenty of shouting done about this stuff in my personal life." Ulrich made headlines in October when he said that he would consider returning to his native Denmark if Donald Trump won the election. Ulrich, who moved to the U.S. in 1980 at the age of 17, told Danish outlet Ekstra Bladet: "I am a 100 percent Danish citizen, I pay taxes in the U.S.A. but I can't vote in America." He added, "Sometimes I think about moving home to Denmark ... If Trump becomes president and everything goes to shit, I might make my way to the airport and ask if I can get back in again." Hetfield recently told BBC 6 Music that METALLICA stays away from topics like politics or religion in its music because "that just seems to polarize people even more. We all have our own beliefs, but at the end of the day, we're trying to connect with people and it seems like political views don't do that as much as music does." The singer/guitarist continued: "There's a lot of polarization going on in the States, and I see it other places as well. But it just seems like you have to get more extreme to balance out the other extreme. We've got to find some balance in the middle here somewhere." […]

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