The new Black Sabbath album, 13, finally came out last week. And with it, the band released the video for the new song “End of the Beginning” which was featured on an episode of CSI last month (obviously, not all 8 minutes of it were on the show, but they filmed the full song for the video). They also put out the official video for the song we got a couple of months ago, “God is Dead?”, which you can watch below. The album debuted at #1 in Britain…Sabbath’s first #1 album there since “Paranoid” in 1970! I guess it happens every 43 years, so the next #1 for them will be in 2056!!!
David “Deacon” Jones passed away from natural causes last night here in So Cal at the age of 74. He was credited for terming “sack” because of the manor in which he took out quarterbacks. Jones was a member of the L.A. Rams Fearsome Foursome from 1961 to 1971. After his kick-ass football career you may have seen him on TV or in the movies as he dabbled at acting. Jump ahead for more info about one of the NFL’s most legendary players.
FINALLY…BLACK SABBATH HAS RETURNEDâ€¦ TO METAL!!
â€œ13â€Â is available for streaming now ONLY onÂ ITunesÂ CHECK IT OUT!!
Release date: June 11, 2013
01. End Of The Beginning (8:05)
02. God Is Dead? (8:52)
03. Loner (4:59)
04. Zeitgeist (4:37)
05. Age Of Reason (7:01)
06. Live Forever (4:46)
07. Damaged Soul (7:51)
08. Dear Father (7:20)
Deluxe-edition bonus tracks:
09. Methademic (5:57)
10. Peace Of Mind (3:40)
11. Pariah (5:34)
Jean Stapleton, Â who played Edith Bunker,Â Archie Bunker’s better half Â in the 1970′s comedy “All in the Family,”Â has died.
She was 90 years old, a life well livedâ€¦. which is more than you can say for the 213 years STU has put in, but we think he’s going to turn it around before he hits 300
RIP JEAN STAPELTON
Sammy Hagar returned to his hometown of Fontana recently to be honored by the city as part of their 100th anniversary celebration. In addition to serving as the Honorary Grand Marshalof the 2013 Fontana Days Parade, the town presented the â€œRed Rockerâ€ with a sign for Hagar Way, a new street dedicated to their hometown hero.
After leading the parade on a float with his family by his side, Sammy was given the street sign that read â€˜Hagar Way.â€™ Although no mention of a speed limit was made, judging by the namesake we can only assume that speeds in excess of 55 are highly encouraged, although perhaps not legal.
Hagar seemed genuinely touched by the gesture. After being given the sign he addressed the crowd, saying, â€œSomething about in your hometown having a street named after you, that warms my heart. This is awesome. This is one of the favorite things that has been done for me in my whole career.â€ He also threw some love out to his brother, joking, â€œOnly problem is I know my brotherâ€™s going to go around saying itâ€™s his name too.â€
During the celebration Hagar was asked by the Fontana Herald how it felt to be a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to which the thankful Hagar replied, â€œItâ€™s not as exciting as being the grand marshal of Fontana Days for the 100th anniversary of Fontana, my hometown!â€
On the musical front, Sammy will also be heading out on his â€˜Four Decades of Rockâ€™ tour kicking off at the beginning of June and dates through early September. No So Cal dates yet, but we’ll let you know as soon as we do!
Here’s the first trailer from the new movie “Through The Never” coming out late this summer. Do yourself a favor and go full screen with it. Listen for details about how you can be a part of the big KCAL screening we’re planning!
Congrats to all of the KCAL Rockers that scored tickets to see the Rolling Stones at the Honda Center last Saturday night on their 50th anniversary tour! Great show, and a guest appearance by the one and only Dave Grohl for a ripping version of “Bitch”!
Sad news today as we learned that Ray Manzarek, founding member and keyboard player with The Doors passed away today at the age of 74. A huge part of the legendary Southern California band with the unique sound, he lost his battle with cancer while in Germany.
Talk about a legacy. The band lost their frontman and lead singer, Jim Morrison, back in 1971. Yet, generations of kids continue to find the band and dive into the great library of music that the band created.
Last Thursday night, San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino hosted the M-One “Reborn” Muay Thai event. There were nine great bouts, with seven of the nine being for a title. Six of the fights ended with either a KO, or a TKO, and last fight with the Inland Empire’s own Joey Pagliuso ended with a knockout that actually worried people. Starting the night, Eric Luna defeated David Huerta for the MTAA National Junior Lightweight Title…
(For more photos and fight results, including the results of the Inland Empire’s Joey Pagliuso attempting to win a title, click Read More…)