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Gli Evergaze Eternity iniziano la loro storia nell'ottobre del 2007, quando Giovanni, Michele e Irene decidono di dar vita ad una band che fosse sintesi delle loro molteplici influenze musicali, aventi tutte come comune denominatore una distaccata vena intimistica, onirica e malinconica. La prima formazione stabile si ottiene con l’ingresso di Stefano alle chitarre e Andrea alla batteria ed è con questa line up che gli Evergaze Eternity registrano, presso i Syncropain Product di Marco Ribecai a Pisa, il loro primo Ep “Incompatible Existences” e la cover di Red Stars dei The Birthday Massacre, in due sessioni distinte iniziate rispettivamente il 6 giugno e il 14 dicembre 2008. Durante le registrazioni della seconda sessione, Stefano lascia la band e la registrazione delle chitarre viene terminata dallo stesso Marco Ribecai. A sostituire Stefano alla chitarra arriva Nicola e la band inizia l'attività live. Nel frattempo Incompatible Existences riceve recensioni positive ovunque, arrivando ad essere Top Demo sulla rivista Metal Maniac. Infatti, nelle quattro canzoni che compongono l’Ep, la band interpreta, nel segno dei The Gathering, un gothic rock con arrangiamenti eleganti, ricco di riferimenti musicali che vanno dal gothic/doom metal al dark/pop, all’elettronica, al rock alternativo, alla psichedelia. Su tutto l’incredibile voce ed il fascino di Irene, dal timbro lirico ed etereo, vicino a quello di Anneke. Nel luglio 2009 ad affiancare Irene entra nella band Valeria che, con la sua splendida voce dal timbro più orientato al rock/pop, le risulta naturalmente complementare, permettendo così alla band di sperimentare nuove strade e di esprimere al meglio le diverse sfumature della propria musica. Con questa nuova formazione la band è attualmente impegnata nella composizione del primo album ufficiale la cui uscita è prevista per il 2010.

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Giovanni: Synthesizers/FX/Programming



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Josh Homme on how AC/DC’s Malcolm Young inspired the start of Queens Of The Stone Age

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 18:21

  Josh Homme has spoken out about how late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young inspired him when he was first starting Queens Of The Stone Age. AC/DC confirmed the death of their founder and former guitarist at the weekend, when Young died at the age of 64 after a battle with dementia. The likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Brody Dalle, Van Halen, Biffy Clyro, Ryan Adams and many more spoke out in tribute of the rock icon. Now in an interview with Mojo, Homme has discussed how he tried to emulate Young’s ‘robotic’ style of rhythm guitar when he left Kyuss for The Screaming Trees, before discovering kraut-rock and landing on the idiosyncratic sound of Queens Of The Stone Age.  “I wanted to see what it was like when you just played one thing until you got lost in a trance,” said Homme. “One note is so much more difficult than 50. That’s what I learned in [The Screaming Trees], because I was playing rhythm, I was trying to play like Malcolm Young, trying to play a riff like a robot. “So I had the first Queens record written, this robotic trance stuff, and then my friend Hutch, our sound man who has turned me on to so much music, was like cough… and plays me Can, Neu!, Wire… I was like, “What?” really disheartened.” Malcolm Young, 1995 Earlier this week, AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson also paid an emotional tribute to Young – honoring him for his ‘legacy that no one can match’.   Meanwhile, QOTSA are currently in the midst of a UK tour in support of their acclaimed 2017 album ‘Villains‘. After kicking off with a blistering opening show at Wembley at the weekend, the band then hit a spot of bother when Manchester Arena took issue with Homme smoking while on stage. Homme has also been announced as a special guest for this year’s A Peaceful Noise concert, taking place at London ULU on November 25. Read our exclusive interview with Homme discussing the show and life after the Paris terror attacks at the Bataclan here. Queens Of The Stone Age tour and tickets QOTSA’s remaining UK and Ireland tour dates are below. Tickets are on sale here. NOVEMBER Sunday 19 – MANCHESTER Arena Tuesday 21  – LONDON O2 Arena Thursday 23 – EDINBURGH Usher Hall Friday 24 – DUBLIN 3Arena The post Josh Homme on how AC/DC’s Malcolm Young inspired the start of Queens Of The Stone Age appeared first on NME.

Bryan Cranston had a very close run-in with Charles Manson in the 1960s

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 18:17

  Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has revealed how he had a brief run-in with Charles Manson only a year before the notorious cult leader ordered his followers to commit a series of shocking murders, including that of Hollywood actress Sharon Tate.  Posting on Twitter in the aftermath of Manson’s death, Cranston explained how he had briefly seen the notorious criminal while horse riding as a 12-year-old, only a year before the 1969 murders. “Hearing Charles Manson is dead, I shuddered. I was within his grasp just one year before he committed brutal murder in 1969”, Cranston wrote. “Luck was with me when a cousin and I went horseback riding at the Spahn Ranch, and saw the little man with crazy eyes whom the other hippies called Charlie.” Charles Manson He previously elaborated on the story in a Hudson Union interview in 2016, explaining how he and a cousin heard desperate shouts of “Charlie’s on the hill!” “Everybody looked around, and there was this frantic nervous energy going on, and they all jumped on horses and away they went”, he said.  “We asked the old guy [Spahn] what was going on, and he said, ‘Oh, it’s nothing. It’s happened before.’ We thought, ‘Well, Charlie must be someone important.’  He also described his shock a year later upon realizing that Manson was the cult leader of the murderous Manson Family. ““I saw his face on the news, and my jaw dropped. My cousin called me first and said, ‘Can you believe this?”, he said. “The picture of Charlie Manson was the guy on the back of this horse. And we thought for a second, oh my god, what if? It was very freaky, to say the least.” The post Bryan Cranston had a very close run-in with Charles Manson in the 1960s appeared first on NME.

REM look back on the classic ‘Man On The Moon’ to mark the single’s 25th anniversary

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 18:13

  To mark 25 years of their classic single ‘Man On The Moon’, REM have spoken to us about the inspiration behind the track. Watch our ‘Song Stories’ interview with bassist Mike Mills above. Buy the 25th anniversary edition of ‘Automatic For The People’ here This month saw the release of the 25th anniversary edition of the art-rock veterans’ classic 1992 record ‘Automatic For The People’ – and today (November 21) marks a quarter of a century since the second single from the record was released. To celebrate, we sat down with bassist Mike Mills to discuss how a demo called ‘C To D Slide’ nearly remained as an instrumental – until the inspiration of Andy Kauffman, conspiracy theories, and a cowboy hat in the desert saw an indie classic take on a life of its own.  “Bill Berry is still a very a good songwriter,” Mills told NME. “He had a lot of musical ideas, then he and Peter [Buck, guitarist] fleshed the rest of it out musically. It was a song that me, Pete and Bill really loved and had musically finished right up to the last day of recording and mixing in Seattle, and we’d been leaning on Michael very heavily for some time trying to finish it. He was like ‘oh, it’s an instrumental’ and we were like ‘it is not an instrumental – you need to finish it because it’s a story that needs to be told. Whatever that story is, you need to tell it’.” REM on politics, the legacy of ‘Automatic For The People’, and if they’d ever reform He continued: “So Michael worked very hard towards the end and came up with this beautiful lyric that encompasses doubt, belief, transition, conspiracy, and truth. Then at the very end of the last day Michael came back and said ‘I’ve got something’. He sang it, we loved it, we put the harmony vocals on it and it was done.   R.E.M. at the 1992 GRAMMYs In the interim, Stipe was struck by the inspiration of the stunts of surrealist comedian Andy Kauffman – using him as a ‘guide’ to run through everything from the moon landing to  Mott The Hoople and childhood to make for an ‘all encompassing song’. “Andy Kauffman was a performance artist,” Mills continued. “He wasn’t a comedian, he wasn’t a comic, he was a performance artist. Some of what he did was funny, some of it was annoying, some it was irritating – but it was always provocative. As such, as someone that you couldn’t really pin down in terms of what he was and what he was not. Was he dead? Was he faking? “He’s the perfect ghost to lead you through this tour of questioning things. Did the moon landing really happen? Is Elvis really dead? He was kind of an ephemeral figure at that point so he was the perfect guy to tie all this stuff together as you journey through childhood and touchstones of life.” As for the now iconic music video, Mills revealed: “Peter, Bill and I were not enamored with the entire idea of music videos, but we understood their necessity and what they could do for you, so we did them. This one was actually a lot of fun – it was probably the most fun one to make. I basically sat in the desert and played pool in a bar, so that’s not that hard.”  He added: “I thought putting Michael in the desert in a cowboy hat was always a good idea, Bill got to drive a semi-truck, it worked out really well.” Watch our full ‘Song Stories’ video with REM at the top of the page The post REM look back on the classic ‘Man On The Moon’ to mark the single’s 25th anniversary appeared first on NME.

Beyonce named as the highest paid female musician of 2017

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 17:50

  Beyonce has been named as the highest paid female musician of 2017, after knocking Taylor Swift from the top spot. According to Forbes, the singer earned a staggering £79 million from both record sales and her massive ‘Formation’ world tour, which concluded in October 2016. The second spot, meanwhile, was taken by Adele who raked in £52 million with her first full tour since 2011. Taylor Swift, meanwhile, slipped down the ranks to third after pulling in £33 million pre-tax from June 2016 to June 2017. However, she is expected to grab the top spot once more next year after latest album Reputation was released earlier this month. You can see the whole top 10 below. Beyonce – £79 million Adele – £52 million Taylor Swift – £33 million Celine Dion – £31 million Jennifer Lopez – £28 million Dolly Parton  – £27.9 million Rihanna – £27 million Britney Spears – £25 million Katy Perry – £24 million Barbra Streisand – £22 million Swift is also scheduled to return to the UK next month for a huge appearance at Capital FM’s Jingle Bell Ball, alongside the likes of Ed Sheeran and Stefflon Don. She recently promoted new record Reputation as she appeared as the musical guest on SNL earlier this month. Swift performed ‘…Ready For It’ first, before delivering a more acoustic performance of the song ‘Call It What You Want’ later in the episode. The post Beyonce named as the highest paid female musician of 2017 appeared first on NME.

The name of the crystal foxes in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ has been revealed

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 17:47

Introducing the Vulptex... The release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is growing ever closer, and we’ve now been treated to a whole load of information about the mysterious crystal foxes that made their brief debut in a recent trailer. The icy creatures are known as Vulptex (or vulptices collectively), and they’re known to dwell across the salt flats of Crait, a largely uninhabited planet that formerly acted as a hideout for the Galactic Alliance in their battle against the Rebel Empire. According to EntertainmentWeekly, the creatures are supposed to represent the idea that life can thrive in the most hostile of environments. Neal Scanlan, the head of the Star Wars creature shop, explained: “The idea is that these wonderful sort of feral creatures had lived on this planet and had consumed the planet’s surface, and as such had become crystalline.”  He later added: “They live within the burrows and within the tunnels beneath the planet. So there is a time where their ability to shine within the darkness, should provide a guiding light to our heroes.”  Describing the inspiration for the creatures, Scanlan explained how a real life dog was covered with straws to help designers gauge a clear picture of how the Vulptex should appear and move. “We had a little dog come in and we built a little suit for it, and we covered that suit with clear drinking straws” Scanlan explained. “It was amazing to see him run around. It could run and jump, and it had this wonderful sort of movement to it. It had a great sound to it, as well, because all the little straws moved and flexed with the animal.”  Star Wars: The Last Jedi is set for release on December 15. The post The name of the crystal foxes in ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ has been revealed appeared first on NME.

Watch Jay-Z halt concert to deliver inspirational message to young fan

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 17:33

Buy awesome Jay-Z merchandise here The rap icon’s current tour for his acclaimed 2017 album ‘4:44‘ rolled into Cleveland, before he paid special attention to a nine-year-old girl he noticed in one of the front rows of the crowd.  “You can be anything you want to be in this world,” Jay-Z told the young girl. “At this very moment America is way more sexist than they are racist, but you young lady, you got the potential to be the next president of the United States, you believe that.” #444Tour JAY-Z's spontaneous conversation with a 9 year old girl: "At this very moment America is way more sexist than they are racist, but you young lady, you got the potential to be the next president of the United States, you believe that." ❤ : @naptural_mae pic.twitter.com/YxLUWdCNSV — JAY-Z Daily (@JAY_Z_Daily) November 20, 2017 Jay-Z’s current tour is said to be his highest-grossing yet, despite some tickets selling for just $6. Despite some rumours that the tour had been suffering from poor ticket sales – with fans noting that some upper tier tickets to last week’s Anaheim show had been going for as low as $6 on StubHub – Jay-Z’s promoter Live Nation has pointed out that his latest arena tour is actually the rapper’s highest grossing solo tour to date, with the average gross up 21% on his 2013 ‘Magna Carta… Holy Grail’ tour.  Meanwhile, Jay-Z recently spoke against Meek Mill’s prison sentence – claiming that ‘the criminal justice system stalks black people’. Mill was sentenced to two to four years in jail for violating his probation on a 2008 gun and drug case. The rapper has been arrested twice this year – for misdemeanour assault charges in March and reckless driving and reckless endangerment in August – and while the charges for those two arrests have since been dropped, the incidents led to this review of his probation, in which the judge cited a failed drug test and a failure to comply with a court order restricting his travel. In an an op-ed for The New York Times, Jay-Z claimed that “the criminal justice system stalks black people like Meek Mill”. He continues: “As of 2015, one-third of the 4.65 million Americans who were on some form of parole or probation were black. Black people are sent to prison for probation and parole violations at much higher rates than white people.” “In Pennsylvania, hundreds of thousands of people are on probation or parole. About half of the people in city jails in Philadelphia are there for probation or parole violations. We could literally shut down jails if we treated people on parole or probation more fairly.”  The post Watch Jay-Z halt concert to deliver an inspirational message to young fan appeared first on NME.

Victoria Beckham responds to latest reports of Spice Girls reuniting in 2018

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 16:59

  Victoria Beckham has spoken out to downplay the latest reports of a Spice Girls reunion in 2018. The pop group originally formed in 1994, before splitting in 2000 following the recording of three studio albums. The group reunited for a live tour from 2007-08, while they last performed together at the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games. Then, earlier this month, fresh claims arose that the ’90s ‘girl power’ sensation would be returning in 2018 for a world tour and new album. It was alleged that all five original members of The Spice Girls – Mel B, Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton, Mel C and Geri Halliwell – have been taking part in secret talks about the group’s possible return since the summer, with a 2018 date now agreed for a reunion.  Read more: Mel C’s soundtrack of her life Now Victoria Beckham, formerly Posh Spice, has revealed that it won’t be happening – at least not with her involved – as she’s now moved on and focussed entirely on her successful career in fashion design. “It is not happening. At some point you’ve gotta know when it’s time say, ‘that was great’,” she told Alison Hammond on This Morning. “Girl Power will always be out there and is something that we all still believe.” The Spice Girls  She continued: “What I do now is still all about girl power, but it’s empowering women through power.” “I don’t think I’ll be slipping into a PVC catsuit anytime soon.” Earlier this month, a source reportedly told The Sun: “The five of them have been locked in secret talks since the summer, and finally they are all on-board for a 2018 reunion. As it stands, they will be working together on a series of projects, which will include an album and a TV special celebrating the Spice Girls.  “Getting Victoria to agree has been a coup for everyone involved, given she has always been the person holding back on a reunion.” One person not hopeful for a reunion is Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson, who described the ‘Girl Power’ movement as ‘abhorrent’. “I always hated the term Girl Power,” said Manson. “At the time, I found the Spice Girls abhorrent”. She continued: “I was 30 when they came out I guess…[But] I felt they were written for, and controlled by, men, who had come up with a marketing slogan and put these girls together. It was pretending to be women taking control, but none of them took control, they weren’t writing, they weren’t producing, they weren’t playing…I found it a sham.” Shirley Manson and Spice Girls Meanwhile, the band recently made headlines when linked to the 11 Twitter accounts followed by KFC – causing a frenzy among fans. The limited number of accounts has now been shown to be an homage to the restaurant chain’s famous “eleven herbs and spices” chicken recipe. In a stroke of marketing genius, the eleven accounts have now been revealed as the five former Spice Girls, and six men named Herb. The post Victoria Beckham responds to latest reports of Spice Girls reuniting in 2018 appeared first on NME.

Gwen Stefani Says Things Get 'Muddy and Dirty' When She Spends Time at Blake Shelton's Ranch

Monday, 20 November 2017 18:45

In Stefani’s cover story for Marie Claire’s Holiday 2017 issue, the pop star said that things can get pretty dirty when she spends time at her boyfriend’s Oklahoma ranch. “It’s very tribal,” the “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” singer, 48, told the outlet. “Blake has a sister, she comes with her kids. We cook and get muddy and dirty. There are ATVs. Being a mother of three boys, it’s kind of the perfect place. Everything is real now, whereas before, things didn’t seem so real.” Stefani also revealed that the heartbreak she went through following her divorce from Gavin Rossdale “was supposed to happen.” “It was my purpose to write about and share my story,” she added. “I met at least 50 to 100 people before each show on my tour and got to hear that my truth and my story translated, and I feel very lucky and honored knowing that.” And Stefani wasn’t shy about bringing up the power of prayer. “Spiritual exercise got me somewhere,” she said. “Some people like to meditate, do yoga, or just take quiet time, but for me – instead of how you talk to yourself, you pray. You surrender and ask for guidance. It’s not all about you.” As to what’s next for the Grammy Award-winning singer, Stefani said, “I would love to do something like [write a musical], just to be part of a writing thing, because that confidence has come back how and I know I have something to offer. It used to be such a stress; there was so much doubt in me — now it’s like, ‘Well, just go and write and write a song.’” Stefani’s Marie Claire cover hits newsstands Nov. 28.

Linkin Park honour Chester Bennington with emotional AMA speech

Monday, 20 November 2017 18:43

  Linkin Park honored the memory of the late Chester Bennington with an emotional speech at the American Music Awards (AMA) last night. As they picked up the award for favorite alternative rock artist, Bennington’s bandmates Mike Shinoda, Brad Delson and Rob Bourdon dedicated the award to him after his death earlier this year. “First of all, thank you so much to all the fans here and around the world who voted for the band, who have supported the band through thick and thin”, Linkin Park co-founder Shinoda said. "We want to dedicate this award to Chester, to his memory, to his talent" Favorite Artist – Alternative Rock goes to @linkinpark! ♥️ #AMAs pic.twitter.com/KB0vKXdTJ5 — AMAs (@AMAs) November 20, 2017 “I got a chance to talk to those guys … who said really wonderful things about Chester. And they were similar to the things that our fans said all around the world about him, and we want to dedicate this award to him, to his memory, to his talent, to his sense of humor, to his joy.”  He added: “Remember, you guys — all of you, tonight — whether you’re a fan or an artist, I want you guys to take a moment to appreciate what you’ve got and make Chester proud. Thank you guys so much.” Elsewhere at the AMAs, Christina Aguilera performed a tribute to Whitney Houston to mark the 25th anniversary of the Bodyguard, which saw her delivering inspired renditions of I Will Always Love You, I Have Nothing and Run To You.  whitney houston in heaven watching that tribute christina aguilera just did pic.twitter.com/bIw7y4Aitu — ryan (@scarypotato69) November 20, 2017 But the performance seemingly did little to impress Pink, who appeared decidedly apprehensive and unsure about it as the camera panned to her face. Diana Ross also appeared at last night’s ceremony, collecting the lifetime achievement award, joined by her whole family.  The post Linkin Park honor Chester Bennington with emotional AMA speech appeared first on NME.

Watch Foo Fighters honour Malcolm Young with AC/DC cover

Monday, 20 November 2017 18:36

  Foo Fighters paid tribute to Malcolm Young over the weekend by opening a festival set in Mexico with a cover of AC/DC’s ‘Let There Be Rock’. Taking to the stage at Mexico’s Corona Capital Festival, the Foos opened with the iconic 1977 song and dedicated it to the AC/DC founder after he passed away following a battle with dementia.  “Do you love rock and roll!?!?! Tonight, we’re gonna play some rock and roll for you. Tonight, we’re gonna play some rock and roll for Malcolm Young”, Dave Grohl told the Mexico City crowd. An image of Young also adorned a huge screen at the back of the stage. Earlier in the day, Grohl posted a heartfelt tribute to Young on Instagram and explained how the influential AC/DC founder had been responsible for “the first time I lost control to music”. “That film, a live AC/DC performance from Paris, 1979, is everything that live and roll should be. Sweaty. Loose. Loud. A relentless performance from the perfect band. It was the first time I lost control to music”, Grohl wrote on Instagram.    A post shared by Foo Fighters (@foofighters) on Nov 18, 2017 at 12:48pm PST “The first time I wanted to be in a band. I didn’t want to play my guitar anymore, I wanted to smash it. Thank you, Malcolm, for the songs, and the feel, and the cool, and the years of losing control to your rock and roll. I will do just that tonight, for you.” The post Watch Foo Fighters honor Malcolm Young with AC/DC cover appeared first on NME.




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