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VIDEO: A Race Car Crashes and Goes Airborne at 171 MPH

A German driver named Sophia Floersch went airborne at about 171 miles per hour and crashed into a photographer's bunker during yesterday's race at the Macau Grand Prix.  She's okay, although she did fracture her spine.  She sent out a Tweet saying that she's "fine"...

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Journey’s Steve Perry Sues To Block Unreleased Music

Former Journey frontman Steve Perry recently made his return to music after a long absence but not the singer has reportedly taken legal moves to block unreleased music from the 1990s from seeing the light of day. Perry has reportedly filed a lawsuit seeking an...

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Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Hughes Hit By Car

Eagles Of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes revealed in a social media post that he is suffering a concussion after being struck by a car which prevented him to traveling to Paris on Tuesday to mark the third anniversary of the terror attacks at the Bataclan theatre....

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Poison’s Bret Michaels Suffers Medical Emergency

Poison frontman Bret Michaels was forced to postpone his solo concert in Greeneville, Tennessee "due to a medical emergency" on Sunday night (November 11th). The singer was suffering from a kidney stone which was complicated by his diabetes. His camp put out the...

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Quiet Riot Announce Their First Concert Film

Quiet Riot have announced that they will be releasing their very first concert film, "One Night In Milan," as a live package on January 25th of next year. "One Night in Milan," was captured during the band's performance at the Frontiers Rock Festival 2018 which marked...

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Megadeth Stream Video From Their New Album ‘Sessions’

Megadeth leader Dave Mustaine is sharing some video footage from recording sessions for the band's sixteenth album. Drummer Dirk Verbeuren can be seen working on drum parts for a new track in the studio. "The Cheshire Cat is smiling!," tweeted Mustaine. "Enjoy a lil...

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AC/DC Star Addresses Recent Rumors

AC/DC drummer Chris Slade, who returned to the group to replace Phil Rudd in 2016, has addressed some of the recent rumors that are swirling around the band's activities. Rumors surfaced earlier this year that the band was working at a Vancouver studio after Brian...

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