The biggest buzz came from Body Count, the rap-metal crossover group fronted by hip-hop icon Ice-T. Ice-T - these days a household name who is perhaps better known for his acting career than his music - certainly doesn't need to be doing this, but he's there for the love of it. He even brought his son, Ice Morrow, on tour to perform backing vocals. Most of the crowd seemed to go to the set purely out of curiosity, but it didn't take long for them to get roped in by Ice's showmanship.
New Jersey post-hardcore band Us, From Outside have announced their first Canadian tour with Constellations beginning January 8th in St. Catharines and ending January 20th in Toronto. Also, the band's vocalist Kenny Davis has is filling the ill Danny Worsnop (of Asking Alexandria) on the current Monster Energy Outbreak tour. Hit the replies for the official press release, tour dates, and tour announcement video.
Watch Asking Alexandria's Through Sin + Self-Destruction in the replies. The short film is a "controversial, uncensored look into the real lives of a new era of rockstars for today's generation as they take over the Sunset Strip."
Memphis May Fire's Matty Mullins and Asking Alexandria's Danny Worsnop field questions together in a dual Q&A produced at the Warped Tour stop in Pomona, CA, in which they address their beginnings, influences and new music. Watch it here.
Pro wrestling legend The Ultimate Warrior has a new "extreme mind/body/soul bootcamp work-out" show created by Sumerian Records founder Ash Avildsen. Watch the pilot episode, featuring Asking Alexandria, in the replies.
A few nights ago at the Seattle, Washington Studio 7 show, Danny Worsnop of Asking Alexandriawas so incapacitated that he didn't sing, tried to pick fights with fans which eventually resulted in him punching a fan, broke some of the equipment and was booed off of stage. The rest of the band stayed on stage playing without him. Head to the replies for a statement from the band.