Music: Disturbed Singer David Draiman Ditched His Chin Piercings Because...

Disturbed Singer David Draiman Ditched His Chin Piercings Because He Didn't Want to Be a "45-Year-Old Hot Topic Kid." 



David Draiman from Disturbed shaved his head and got his double labret chin piercing when he got a record deal to create an "original" look that nobody else had.



In an interview with "Revolver," he said, quote, "It took [my parents] a while before they saw it, and my mom cried. They were not happy."



But he ditched the piercings in 2018. In a past interview with a German media outlet, he said they were a pain in the butt, and he didn't want to look like a, quote, "45-year-old Hot Topic kid."



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Rumor Killer: The Riff from "Sweet Child O' Mine" Was Not a Warm-Up Exercise 



You may have heard that the riff from the Guns N' Roses classic "Sweet Child O' Mine" started as one of Slash's warm-up exercises. It makes for a great story, but it's NOT true.



Slash says, quote, "I was sitting around the house where Guns used to live at one point, in '86, I guess it was, and I just came up with this riff. It was just me messing around and putting notes together like any riff you do.



"You're like, 'This is cool,' and then you put the third note and find a melody like that. So it was a real riff; it wasn't a warm-up exercise."



He adds, quote, "That's how it started, and then Izzy [Stradlin] started playing the chords behind it, and then Axl [Rose] heard it, and it started from there."



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Pantera, Tool, Slipknot To Lead Rockville

The “Welcome To Rockville Festival” certainly stands up to its name. The fest dropped its lineup yesterday, and among its impressive list are co-headliners ToolAvenge Sevenfold, Slipknot, and Pantera.

Avenge Sevenfold will be playing their first live event since 2018, while Pantera will be playing their first US show since reuniting. Each headliner will play a different night in the four-night event while being supported by major players in the rock world.

Among those confirmed to perform are Rob ZombieEvanescenceAlice CooperSepulturaQueens Of The Stone Age, and Incubus.

“Welcome To Rockville” plays May 18th-21st in Daytona, Florida.

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Why was a guy dressed as Santa driving around L.A. giving away Ghost merchandise? 

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Have a listen to Bad For Santa


Here's a Christmas song with a unique take. It's called "Bad for Santa" by someone named Madame Christal.  

Spike TV's First Annual "Guys Choice" - Arrivals

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