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.
We've been fans of games since we were kids, and we thought it would be fun to create one of our own inspired by our favorites. There are so many cool and innovative indie games being developed today, and we realized we could design and build the kind of game we'd love to play on our own. It is coming together amazingly well, and we can't wait to share it.
Covered, A Revolution in Sound: Warner Bros. Records can be streamed here. Which cover do you like best?
1. Mastodon: “Just Got Paid” (by ZZ Top)
2. The Black Keys: “Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles” (by Captain Beefheart)
3. Michelle Branch: “A Case Of You” (by Joni Mitchell)
4. Against Me!: “Here Comes A Regular” (by The Replacements)
5. Missy Higgins: “More Than This” (by Roxy Music)
6. James Otto: “Into The Mystic" (by Van Morrison)
7. Adam Sandler: "Like A Hurricane” (by Neil Young)
8. Taking Back Sunday: “You Wreck Me” (by Tom Petty)
9. The Used: “Burning Down The House” (by Talking Heads)
10. Disturbed: “Midlife Crisis” (by Faith No More)
11. Avenged Sevenfold:...
Avenged Sevenfold are releasing their first concert film, Live in the LBC & Diamonds in the Rough, which was shot in HD & 5.1 Audio. The release includes a full album of unreleased music from original recording sessions, rare covers and more. A trailer for this can be seen in the replies.