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Lewis Berates Audience, New Tune Teased, New Series Teased, and Beats by Reznor


Lewis berates audience

 

“Your f**king mothers should be ashamed of themselves, you f**king pieces of s**t,” that’s what Staind’s Aaron Lewis said after berating audience members in the middle of a song. If you haven’t seen the video by now, you’re missing out. During a Staind show over the weekend in Kansas City, in the middle of a song Lewis saw a young crowd surfing girl getting what he described as molested. After an initial profanity laced tirade the Staind singer then said that the culprits should be beaten down by everyone around them. He even threatens to single people out of the crowd for an ass whooping if he sees it again. After venting … he then tells the guitar player to continue. This isn’t the first time that Lewis has blown up at audience members for unruly behavior. It also highlights the issue of women getting sexually assaulted at rock shows, something that is often overlooked or underreported.

 

 

New tune teased

 

Godsmack have posted a 25 second clip of their new album’s title song online. The tune “1000HP” will officially be released to rock radio June 9th. That’s also when fans will be able to pick up a copy of the song via iTunes. It’s not clear when the album will be out or if the band will tour. Godsmack will be with the Monster Energy Aftershock Festival in California for a single date in September.

 

 

New series teased

 

Foo Fighters have a more solid date for their new album, and more details about the HBO special. A teaser featuring front man Dave Grohl talking about the idea to record the new album in different studios around the country is circulating online. What’s being dubbed “Sonic Highway,” the trailer for the forthcoming HBO series simply says “coming soon.” As for the album, that’s gonna come out sometime in Novembers.

 

 

Beats by Reznor

 

Nine Inch Nails front man Trent Reznor didn’t get bought out in the deal between Apple and Beats Music. Reznor Tweeted he will continue as the company’s Chief Creative Officer. Apple bought Beats last week for $3 billion.

 

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