“A Decade of Destruction” is a typical “Best of…” album that at least adds some extra by two new songs that are probably interesting for fans of Five Finger Death Punch.
Perhaps the most unequivocally journey of a band is not the shooting story of success, but the struggle to get their names out to the world and the scene. It seems like the Sydney natives definitely took the road less traveled when it came to finally releasing a record deal. Hell a journey that started in a New York bar when lead singer Martin Strange head a few drinks in a little bar in NYC and decided to get up and sing discovering his passion for rock.
On May 24, JUDAS PRIEST frontman Rob Halford was one of the guest speakers at a business seminar in Sweden called “Världens Farligaste Möte” (English-language transation: The World’s Most Dangerous Meeting). The event is a yearly e-commerce seminar in Gothenburg arranged by the company Star Republic, which has previously hosted such rock ‘n’ roll royalty […]