Watch Motley Crue's 'Dogs Of War' Video & look for the Easter eggs (Interview Video attached)

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Motley Crue's new song "Dogs of War" features their new lead guitarist, John 5 and the band describes the song as "the start of a brand new chapter" for Crue. 

They haven't been on a proper label in 20 years but this marks their first released under their new deal with Big Machine Records, It's their first new music since 2019 (The Dirt which included the Machine Gun Kelly collaboration) AND they've reunited w/ producer Bob Rock (Dr. Feelgood)  

"It's always great getting back in the studio with the guys in the band. We know you're gonna like this one." - Bassist Nikki Sixx

"Working with the band on the new song was the easiest session I have ever had with them... The Crue is the best they have ever been! And they have plenty of new stuff in store." - Producer Bob Rock

"There'll definitely be new music out next year, for sure, because we recorded a couple of other songs, too. Maybe we'll release one of those by the end of the year, but I can't say. But we want to keep putting out new music - not, maybe, an album but a few songs here, a few songs there, and that's good. (Dogs Of War) Is like old school meets new school. It's got that old school vibe about it, but it's new music. Nikki [Sixx] came up with it and he sent me the music and I thought it was really cool. So I started singing it and we got in the studio and it turned into the song I think the fans are really gonna like it." - Frontman Vince Neil

Motley Crue went into the studio last year with new guitarist John 5 to record a handful of songs, and the first of those, "Dogs of War," has an accompanying animated video with anthropomorphic doberman dogs and pigs in suits

Still no word on a new album or how they plan to release some of the other songs they recorded last year, including a cover of the Beastie Boys' "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)."

I had a chance to catch up with Vince and Nikki this week. It's posted below for your entertainment!!  

"BLEEDERS" from BLACK VEIL BRIDES Video - New Album! New Tour! New Tunes!

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Black Veil Brides have dropped a new single called "Bleeders" and its accompanying cinematic Sweeney Todd-inspired video.

The song is the title track off an upcoming EP due out June 21. The set also includes coves of U2's "Sunday Blood Sunday" and the Sweeney Todd tune "My Friends." The Bleeders EP is both a soundtrack and a signpost of everything BVB past, present, and future.

Black Veil Brides are touring North America and have partnered with the American Red Cross for a virtual blood drive, with the mission to effect positive change. Help us to help others in this time of need. Fans who attend a show and show proof of donation will receive an exclusive merch package. One pint of blood can save as many as three lives. As of April 27, fans have pledged 1693 pints. https://sleevesup.redcrossblood.org/campaign/bvb-bleeders/

Before the birth of the BVB Army, the thousands of lyric tattoos, and the gold and platinum records that followed, Black Veil Brides was simply a dark vision dreamt up by an only child in Ohio.

He already loved Batman and KISS. Then, the striking visage of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, on the cover of his dad's dusty CD (released a dozen years before he was born) kicked open the door for Biersack. Sweeney Todd cleared the way for The Phantom of the Opera, Misfits, and all that followed, culminating in the birth of Andy Black and the ascension of Black Veil Brides.

See BVB at Sonic Temple Art+Music Festival Friday May 17th on the Cathedral Stage at 4:55pm

Black Veil Brides - Andy Biersack, Jake Pitts, Jinxx, Christian "C.C." Coma, and Lonny Eagleton. 

You Can Now Buy Your Own Flamethrowing Robot Dog for $10,000

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Using a Ring camera to keep people off my property is so 2023...Meet the "Thermonator" .....Robot dogs with flamethrowers attached to their head are now a thing you can buy. An Ohio company called Throwflame is selling one that costs $9,400.

You operate it over WiFi or Bluetooth with a remote control, and it can shoot flames up to 30 feet. 

The website says they're legal in all 50 states. You just need a special permit in California and Maryland.

They're not pushing the guard dog angle, but they do list eight different things it's perfect for.

They include controlled burns . . . ice and snow removal . . . clearing weeds . . . pyrotechnics or entertainment . . . and also pest removal.

Photos of Lars Ulrich's Childhood Home That's Going for $6.85 Million

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The house that Lars Ulrich of Metallica lived in for 17 years is up for sale at $6.85 million. It's located in Hellerup, Denmark. Blabbermouth did an interview with him outside of the house and he pointed to a room where he played drums.

He said, "That was the room where I had all my posters and the room where I had my stereo and all my records and all 700 posters of Deep Purple, right in there."

Fun fact: Lars played professional tennis when he was a teenager and could have gone on to a career as a tennis star, but chose music instead.

James Hetfield's New Tattoo Has Cremation Ashes From The Late Lemmy Kilmister

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James Hetfield of Metallica posted a photo on Instagram of his new tattoo in honor of the late Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead. It actually has, "a pinch of his cremation ashes that were so graciously given to me." 

 It's on his right middle finger and it's an ace of spades inside an iron cross. James said "without Lemmy, there would be NO Metallica."

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