In Other Rock News…(May 10th)

Motley Crue, Eagles of Death Metal and Bon Scott make up the May 10th edition of "In Other Rock News..."  Enjoy!

 

Motley Crue: The End Hitting Theaters June 14th

Movie-goers will be able to shout at the devil in select theaters around the U.S. on June 14th when Motley Crue: The End is shown on the silver screen for one-night-only.  Check out the teaser trailer below!

Mötley Crüe: The Final Show (Teaser)

Check out the highlights from the upcoming film release of Mötley Crüe's final show ever at Staples Center on December 31st, 2015. The film, directed by Christian Lamb, will include the full concert + exclusive interviews and behind the scenes footage (directed by Jeff Tremaine)...

Man Gets Ear Bit Off At Eagles Of Death Metal Show

This story is definitely not for the squeamish, so you’ve been warned.

At a recent Eagles of Death Metal show in Toronto, a fight broke out between two concert goers, which led to one of them getting his ear bit off.  No…not like a chunk of ear; THE WHOLE EAR!  (For those that can handle the NSFW-ness of it all, click here to see a photo of the ear on the ground.)

Aux.TV has a round-up of quotes from those in attendance at the event, and apparently, most of the crowd was rather wild that night, but the kicker in all of this is that a customer picked up the ear, put it on ice and turned it in to a worker at the venue.

New Bon Scott Statue A Big Hit

When talks began to erect a statue honoring late AC/DC frontman Bon Scott in his hometown of Kirriemuir, Scotland, people were worried about putting it too close to another tribute to fellow hometown resident JM Barrie, who was fittingly honored with a statue of Peter Pan.  Only two weeks since the unveiling, and the Bon statue has eclipsed Pan in visitors and positive feedback.

Per local news outlet The Courier, the Bon statue has broken visitor records and has attracted fans from all over Europe and, of course, Australia.

 

 

Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock reporter who never leaves home without her iPod, because to her, there’s something very comforting about carrying around every piece of music she’s ever owned in her life.