The QLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for Springfield’s Real Rock, 92.7 QLZ
Lostprophets react to Watkins admissions
If you’re a fan of Lostprophets, you may soon find yourself very lonely. That’s because people are jumping ship, including band members--This all after the gross revelations from Lostprophets front man Ian Watkins admitting to sex offenses involving children. Now the rest of the band has taken to Facebook saying they can’t believe someone they worked so close to for years would be capable of such a thing. The band also said that their relationship with Watkins has been a “constant, miserable challenge” in the recent past because of his egotism and drug problems. But now, it’s apparent there are deeper problems. Watkins admitted to several crimes last week, including trying to rape a baby. The rest of the band urges any other victims to contact authorities.
Movie trailer released
We’re starting to get a glimpse of that movie featuring Godsmack’s Sully Erna. Army of the Damned has released the official trailer for the action meets horror flick. The movie apparently revolves around a house where several police officers respond to a call and when they enter, it’s a bloody mess. Erna is seen early on showing off his tattoos while wearing a black tank top talking about the brutal scene inside the house. There are also several cheesy gun play scenes featured throughout the trailer. Erna isn’t the only music star … N Sync’s Joey Fatone also has a role, as does pron star Jasmin St. Claire and from the horror flick Candyman Tony Todd. The film goes straight to DVD January 14th. You may see it with video-on-demand as early as tomorrow.
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