Hard, Heavy & Hair with Pariah Burke presents two previously unreleased Led Zeppelin recordings produced and personally selected by Jimmy Page. The two songs, “Rock and Roll (Sunset Sound Mix)” and “Friends (Olympic Studios Mix)” are released exclusively to independent record stores for the 2018 Record Store Day. These songs are Led Zeppelin’s first ever offering for Record Store Day, and are being sold as a limited-edition, collector’s item yellow vinyl 7-inch single featuring a large hole and shaped adapter in a printed paperboard sleeve.
Everybody has their own opinion on who the best drummer ever was or even still is, but what about the best drumming songs? Underrated to say the least, drummers get little acknowledgement, especially when it comes to Rock n’ Roll. To celebrate the person between the sticks, here are the 10 greatest hard rock and hair band drum songs ever.
Just like any other popular genre of music, over the years Metal has seen a sharp rise in misconceptions or myths. You have probably come across people who shun this type of music because they think it is violent or promotes the use of narcotic drugs, but this is not always the case. Of course there are a few times when artists have been associated with less than ideal situations but that does not mean everyone in the industry is behaving in a similar manner. To put the record straight here are some of the top 5 myths and misconceptions about Metal music everyone should know.
Everybody loves a good raunchy number, especially with heavy riffs and lustful guitar licks. That’s right, not just about making noise, hard rock can also rock the bed sheets–especially when done correctly. To celebrate hair bands at that their sexiest, here are the 10 naughtiest hair band songs of all time.
After all, Spinal Tap did say, “what’s wrong with being sexy?”
The Metal music industry is one of the most competitive, with some of the most renowned bands having their origins in the United States. However, there are a few bands that have risen from other parts of the world by creating original sounds and coming up with innovative performances. Here is a look at Latin Metal bands that have made exceptional progress in the industry.
Hair metal can sometimes be referred to as glam metal or pop metal. It is characterized by pop-influenced hooks, guitar riffs and costuming that mimics the 1970s fashion. This kind of music gained popularity in the 70s and 80s with some of the most renowned acts at that time being Motley Crue, Bon Jovi, Quiet Riot, The New York Dolls, Kiss and Van Halen. Hair metal fashion includes flashy clothes, long hair and elaborate makeup. Despite the fact that there are hundreds of good hair metal acts out there, here is a short list of some of the most successful hair metal bands of all time.
Glam metal, also known as hair metal, hit its pitch during the early 80s. Basically heavy metal, without so much of the heavy, glam metal hosts a whole load of pop-influenced guitar riffs and killer hooks. Associated with over the top makeup, backcombed hair, and ostentatious clothing, the glam guys of the 80s were certainly one of a kind. To celebrate glam metal in all its glory, here are the Top 10 Glam Guys of 80s Metal.
Rap metal or heavy rap is a subgenre of rap rock that incorporates the use of heavy metal guitar riffs, funk metal aspects, rap lyrics and turntables. This type of music is basically a fusion of rock and rap in a manner that produces music that is both entertaining and inspirational. Some of the pioneers of this type of music include Beastie Boys, Run D.M.C, Faith No More and Cypress Hill. The music genre gained popularity in the early 90s with the song “Epic” by Faith No More climbing up to number 9 on Billboard’s Hot 100. Here are some of the most notable rap metal bands in the world today.