16:17 - !J.O.O.E.! Been using Windows 8 for a few hours and not sure why people fussed over it so much. Seems largely the same as 7 but with that Metro thing instead of a Start menu, which is far more useful tbh. Maybe earlier versions were bad.
Newsted have presented a new video for the track "...As The Crow Flies", chosen as their next single from the debut Heavy Metal Music. The group recently completed a video for the track and premiered it online. Filmed in Oakland, California and with images created by Leon Melas and Cyryl Koshyk, the video can be viewed through the YouTube player below.
Soundwave Touring have confirmed that at the request of Megadeth, Newsted will not be performing at the Melbourne and Sydney sidewaves. Every year, bands are recruited to tour throughout Australia for the Soundwave Festival. Many bands take the opportunity to play extra 'Sidewave' shows while they're traveling around the country, but Jason Newsted's solo band has been booted from two Megadeth side shows "at the request" of the band.
Former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted, now with his new project Newsted, was recently interviewed by Scuzz TV in the UK and was asked about his exit from the band more than ten years ago. He finally opened up and revealed previously untold details surrounding his departure.
Jason Newsted had a big year with the release of his solo debut EP Metal and later his first album Heavy Metal Music. Now Newsted has a new video to present for the song "King Of The Underdogs". It was captured in Oakland, California in September by director Leon Melas. The video showcases a performance from the band and a possessed Jason Newsted.
The official lyric video for the song "Above All" from Newsted has officially been released and can now be seen below. The track comes off Jason Newsted's debut album Heavy Metal Music which will be released on August 6th in North America via Chophouse Records/Collective Sounds and August 5th in Europe through Spinefarm Records. The debut album follows the EP Metal released earlier this year. Get another taste of Heavy Metal Music right now.
Newsted led by former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted have been working on their upcoming debut album and have finally started revealing more about it. The release which follows the EP Metal will simply be called Heavy Metal Music and will be available worldwide on August 6th, 2013. The cover and tracklist of the album were also unveiled but the most important part is that the brand new song "Heroic Dose" has made its online debut. You can stream the new song below to get a feel of the album.
Newsted, the new band led by former Metallica, Voivod and Flotsam & Jetsam bassist Jason Newsted, is the latest act confirmed for this year's edition of Gigantour. Also scheduled to appear on the bill are headliners Megadeth, along with Device, Hellyeah, and Death Division. More details will be announced soon including the dates of the tour.
Newsted, the new band led by former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted, has announced that it is now a 4-piece, joining forces with Staind guitarist Mike Mushok for the debut album and live shows. Speaking of live shows, Newsted will be performing at some European shows which have been announced.
"Soldierhead", a new song from Newsted, the band led by former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted, is currently streaming online and you can listen to it below. The song premiered on Eddie Trunk's radio show and comes off the forthcoming four-song EP, entitled Metal, which will be released exclusively via iTunes on January 8th, 2013. The pre-orders have already begun.
Former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted has recently revealed that he was fronting a new band that also shares his name. Now the bassist has checked in to let fans know that things are moving along quickly and that his band is close to finishing a new record.
Former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted has officially left OZZY OSBOURNE and has been replaced by ex-ROB ZOMBIE bassist Rob "Blasko" Nicholson. Newsted, who was with the band for less than a year, left due to undisclosed reasons.
"It's still settling in," Nicholson told MTV.com about his new gig. "It's something I never would have imagined. After playing with Rob Zombie, I was ready to go, 'OK, this is as far as I'm taking this bass-playing thing. This is the end of the road.' I was ready to kind of hang it up.
"But when this came around, it was very odd," he added. "I was almost like, 'There is no possible way that this could happen.' "