Someone's going to rock out with their baby blocks out!
A big hearty congratulations to Korn guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer and Evis Xheneti who have announced they are expecting a child!
Here's what Xheneti said:
"We are so utterly elated to announce that we are expecting our first child due late this fall. We have been dying to share this news with everyone.”
This is the couple's first (but hopefully not last) child together.
They expect the baby to rock-and-roll on out in November of 2012.
Go see the soon-to-be-dad perform with Korn this summer!
[Image via WENN.]
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Like The Rolling Stones? Well, then, you're going to love this!!!
The Stones recently announced that the band's 50th anniversary tour won't debut until, at least, 2013.
Guitarist Ronnie Wood said:
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Rock band Fun. has been enjoying all types of success ever since their song We Are Young (above) appeared in Chevy's Super Bowl ad!
Now, the song has reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, knocking Kelly Clarkson's Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You) down to #2.
This achievement is PARTICULARLY impressive because
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Viacom is regretting purchasing Rock Band creator Harmonix.
Arbitrators ruled that Viacom owes Harmonix shareholders $383 million. Viacom purchased the company so MTV and VH1 could hop on the Guitar Hero bandwagon.
Viacom initially payed $150 million bonuses to shareholders after purchasing Harmonix.
But due to high production costs, Viacom couldn't profit from 10 million Rock Band units being sold, so they wanted take-backsies.
Harmonix originally sued Viacom for $700 million. Viacom has countersued for arbitrators to look over facts left out of the initial hearing.
Who knew video games could be this imporant?
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Damn! Gene Simmons has some strong opinions on Axl Rose!
According to him, Axl is the reason Guns N' Roses fell off the map. He said they could have been the greatest, but Axl screwed it all up.
The KISS bassist explains:
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