This year on That Metal Show we’re doing things a little differently and thinking up exciting new ways to bring you the best coverage of all things heavy metal and hard rock. One of those things is That After Show, where we keep the cameras rolling after the regular broadcast is over and let the TMS boys and their guests talk about, well, whatever the f-ck they want to talk about. This week hear Jamey Jasta, Michael Angelo Batio and John Bush and Joey Vera of Armored Saint sound off about their life in music.
We all know that Ariana Grande can stand up to the likes of Mariah Carey when it comes to hitting her famous high note, but it seems the pop star can also give a killer Celine Dione impersonation.
Indie treasure Ingrid Michaelson and You Oughta Know alum Tove Lo have at least one thing in common: their Swedish heritage. Watch Ingrid and Tove play a game of “Who Does It Better: Sweden or the U.S.?” over a bag of Swedish Fish on this week’s Top 20 Countdown.
John Lennon Jesus candles. Amy Winehouse murals. Elvis Presley bingo bags. These are just some of the offerings on sites like Etsy and Amazon that take post-death artist merchandise to a whole new level.
Prepare to feel incredibly old, millennials: No Strings Attached, *NSYNC‘s most successful (and best) album, turns 15 today. The band’s sophomore LP is pure bubblegum paradise — infectious, cheesy, and just a little bit angsty. It’s also *NSYNC’s most successful album to date and still holds the record for the most albums sold in a debut week (2.4 million — not even Taylor Swift could top that). Needless to say, No Strings Attached is pretty badass, but we bet you didn’t know the album is the only thing you need to navigate the complicated world of ~*LoVe.
Jennifer Lopez wants you to “Feel The Light” in her new video, Kanye West inadvertently helped boost a schools program numbers, Chic released their first single in over 20 years, and more on Last Lap.
Host Ingrid Michaelson, You Oughta Know alum Tove Lo, and more took Palladia‘s Epic Awesome SXSW Showcase by storm on Wednesday evening at Austin’s Cedar Door Grill. In case you missed it, hit the gallery for a photographic journey through the event.
The Danity Kane reunion may have been a complete disaster, but that doesn’t mean something good couldn’t come out of it for fans. Sources in Aubrey O’Day‘s circle tell TMZ that she has moved on from the group, and forming a brand new duo with ex group member Shannon Bex.