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Hello Asia! New Music Video: J Soul Brothers feat. Slash - "Storm Riders" (Japan, 2015)

In possibly the coolest Asian/Western pop collaboration to date, Japanese boy group EXILE subunit J Soul Brothers have just dropped their new MV "Storm Riders" featuring iconic Guns N Roses guitarist Slash.

Photo Gallery: Soundwave Festival [Day 2 Part 2] - Sydney Olympic Park (01.03.15)

The final part of our photo coverage of Soundwave Festival Day 2. Artists include Escape The Fate, Judas Priest, Slash, Of Mice And Men, Butcher Babies, Slipknot (pictured above), The Smashing Pumpkins and Fall Out Boy. Photos by Johnny Au.

Photo Gallery and Live Review: Soundwave Festival (Day 1) - RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane (28.02.15)

Soundwave, the undeniable king of summer festivals, has stepped it up a notch this year with the expansion of two days and a vertible slay of headliners including Slipknot, Faith No More, Slash, The Smashing Pumpkins, and the finest undercard for quite a few years.

Photo Gallery: Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators + Steel Panther - Festival Hall, Melbourne (26.02.15)

One of the Sidewave shows from the Soundwave Festival, Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators with support from Steel Panther rocked the historic Festival Hall. Carl Dziunka was there to capture all the action. Enjoy the pictures here:

Live Review: Slash + Steel Panther - Festival Hall, Melbourne (26.02.15)

Slash + Steel Panther

Being the young whippersnapper that I am, I'd never been to what one would call a 'classic' rock show before, but it turns out that every stereotype associated with these shows is absolutely 100% accurate. And that's not a bad thing. Veteran world-famous guitarist Slash along with Miles Kennedy and the Conspirators put on the very definition of a rock and roll show, and with glam-metal parodists Steel Panther providing many a laugh as the support act, it was clear that all those who had filled Melbourne's Festival Hall were going to have a good time.

Festival Photos: Soundwave Festival Adelaide (Day Two) - Bonython Park (22.02.15)

The second massive day of the Soundwave Festival hit Adelaide with another scorcher. Slipknot and Marilyn Manson headlined the main stage, but there was plenty more from The Smashing Pumpkins, Judas Priest, smoking hot band The Butcher Babies plus Japanese hardcore bands Coldrain and Crossfaith. John Goodridge was front and centre to bring you this collection of photos.

Festival Review: Soundwave Festival Adelaide (Day Two) - Bonython Park (22.02.15)

Oh man, Soundwave Day Two just kicked Soundwave Day One right in it's 40 degree face. Don't get me wrong, Saturday was fun, it was a good time, but man. Sunday just knocked it right out of the park.

Complete Line Up revealed for the Melbourne Rolling Stone Live Lodge.

The complete line up of the Rolling Stone live Lodge has just been announced! The Live Lodge will see Fitzroy’s iconic Workers Club be transformed especially for the event which runs over three entertainment packed weeks between September 25 and October 12. Seven more acts have just been added to the already extensive line up:

Rolling Stone announces its new pop-up venue 'The Live Lodge' for the Workers Club in Melbourne!

Bringing the noise to the iconic Workers Club in Fitzroy is Rolling Stone and their popular 'Live Lodge'! Having enjoyed such a successful run in Sydney last year, the party is moving through to Melbourne for three jam-packed weeks of entertainment. Highlights are including a FREE event with Slash which will see the guitarist involved in an exclusive Q&A as well as performing, Shihad, the Golden Era Records crew coming through and more!

Faith No More, Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson and Slipknot lead 2015 Soundwave announcement.

Soundwave promised to be huge in 2015 and with this morning's delivery, it certainly delivered! Now set to be held over two days in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, a massive line up of international and Australian artists have been announced, with one set two play the first day and another to play the second. Leading the line up is the likes of Faith No More, Soundgarden, Slipknot and Slash for both days, while Marilyn Manson makes his return, along with the likes of Lamb of God, All Time Low and Of Mice & Men.

Electric Festival Aruba announces Phase 2 line-up.

Taking place in Aruba this September is EDM-loving The Electric Festival who have just announced who will be joining Chuckie, Slash and Hardwell this summer.

Tour Updates: Gotye, Washington, Regurgitator, Brous, 1927 and more!

In This Issue: Gotye anonunces support acts for his homecoming tour, Washington is set to join Rufus Wainwright, Regurgitator announce supports and extra shows, plus much more!

GOTYE ANNOUNCES TOUR SUPPORTS

Slash announces Australian tour in August!

After a mind-melting set at Soundwave 2011 and whirlwind of sideshows that sold out in less than ten minutes, recent Rock N Roll Hall of Fame inductee Slash is heading back to our shores.

Live Review: Soundwave Festival - Sydney Showgrounds (26.02.12)

The juggernaut that is Soundwave is here yet again, returning to Sydney's Showgrounds for the second year running. With a year to get themselves ready (you may recall the festival's move from Blacktown to Olympic Park was a rather last minute affair in 2011), the festival provided punters with an inspired new layout, jam packed lineup and a day that seemed to go off without hitch.