Metal band Code Orange debuted a new music video for “Autumn and Carbine,” animated by frontman Eric “Shade” Balderose and Jami Morgan of NOWHERE2RUN Productions.
Code Orange also released couple limited edition “Autumn and Carbine” merchandise options on theirwebstore, a shirt and a scented candle. The band, featuring Eric “Shade” Balderose on electronics/guitar/vocals, Jami Morgan on drums/vocals, Reba Meyers on guitar/vocals, Dominic Landolina on guitar and Joe Goldman on bass, last joined Slipknot for theirKnotfest livestreamalong with Underoath.
Check out the animated video for “Autumn and Carbine” – here.
Papa Roach have teamed up with TikTok star Jeris Johnson for a reloaded version of their classic 2000 anthem ‘Last Resort,’ released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the band’s global hit.
Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix said in a statement, “It was amazing to hear that Jeris connected with the track the same way people all over the world have. That conversation of ‘Last Resort’ and its impact on all types of people hasn’t stopped for 20 years, and we were stoked to ‘Reload’ it for a new generation to keep that conversation going.”
A video for the reloaded version of ‘Last Resort’ can be viewed at the link: here.
The South by Southwest Music Festival has announced the first round of artists who have been invited to perform online at the 35th annual event, taking place March 16 – 20, 2021. According to the announcement, the event “will be a unique online musical experience where industry professionals and music lovers can discover an unparalleled range of artists and styles from around the world, expanding listeners’ horizons from their own homes.” Previously announced for 2021 are a Keynote by Willie Nelson and featured speakers including Queen Latifah, Chiquis, Mark Mothersbaugh, Wyclef Jean, Nicholas Britell, Taraji P. Henson, Barry Jenkins, Matthew McConaughey, Baratunde Thurston, Samantha Bee, Sir Richard Branson, and more.
Each showcase gives passholders the opportunity to experience tomorrow’s headliners at unique venues in the artists’ home countries through a premium viewing experience, with streaming available via web, mobile, and the SXSW Online Connected TV app (Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku, Samsung TV Plus, and Android TV). Select content will be viewable in VR via SXSW Online XR.
Artists scheduled to perform include can be found here. This list is subject to change, and more performers will be announced at later dates.
In mid-February, SXSW Online will open its doors so passholders can get a head start on networking. For more information, visit sxsw.com. To register for the event, please visit sxsw.com/attend.
53-year-old Pamela Anderson announced she secretly married her bodyguard, a bodybuilder and fellow Canadian, Dan Hayhurst, in an intimate ceremony on the grounds of her home on Vancouver Island, British Columbia on Christmas Eve,
The marriage marks the fifth marriage and ninth wedding ceremony in 25 years for Pamela. The actress was previously married to four different men, including first ex-husband Tommy Lee, with whom she shares two sons, Brandon Thomas Lee, 24, and Dylan Jagger Lee, 23. Pamela wore a cream-colored, scrunched cap-sleeve gown with a cathedral-style veil and dark Hunter rain boots, as seen in photos posted by The Daily Mail, which first reported the wedding news.
Pamela herself did not share photos from her recent wedding to Dan on social media, but she announced she was leaving all social media and published what she said was her last post on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.
Cloris Leachman, best known for her role as Phyllis Lindstrom on the 1970s sitcoms “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its spin-off “Phyllis,” died Wednesday at her home near Los Angeles. She was 94. Her manager, Juliet Green, confirmed Leachman’s death in her sleep from natural causes.
Leachman was primarily a TV actress in the 1950s and the 1960s but appeared in several movies. She won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in 1971’s “The Last Picture Show.” But it was in television that she gained most of her fame, receiving five Emmy nominations – winning two – for her role as Phyllis Lindstrom, Mary Tyler Moore’s landlady and nosy neighbor on CBS’ “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and the spin-off series “Phyllis.” She won a Golden Globe for her work on “Phyllis” and she won a total of eight primetime Emmys.
Leachman was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 2011. In 2009, she published “Cloris: My Autobiography.” Leachman was married to director/producer George Englund from 1953 to 1979 and had five children. In “Cloris,” she talked about her marriage (including her husband’s affair with Joan Collins) and the death of her eldest son, Bryan, as a result of a drug overdose in 1986.
Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith and Winery Dogs’ Richie Kotzen have announced the details of their debut album Smith/Kotzen, to be will be released on March 26. Smith/Kotzen was recorded on the Turks & Caicos Islands in February 2020, produced by Richie and Adrian, and mixed by Iron Maiden and Joe Bonamassa man Kevin Shirley.
Last month, the duo released the first single from the album, Taking My Chances, and now a video for the same song has been released. You can take a look at the video for “Taking my Chances” at the link – here.
Elliot Page and Emma Portner are divorcing after three years of marriage. Page filed for divorce in New York on Tuesday, and in a joint statement the couple shared that they’ve been separated since last summer. Their statement read: “After much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce following our separation last summer. We have the utmost respect for each other and remain close friends.”
Page and Portner secretly tied the knot in January 2018, announcing their marriage on Instagram with a series of three pics. Portner publicly shared her support for 33-year-old Page last month after he came out as transgender. “I am so proud of @elliotpage,” Portner wrote on Instagram alongside a screenshot of Page’s statement. “Trans, queer and non-binary people are a gift to this world.”
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced on Tuesday, Jan. 26 that Jane Fonda will be honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2021 Golden Globe Awards. The 83-year-old actress, whose acting career spans six decades, we receive the honor when the Golden Globes air live on NBC Sunday, Feb. 28.
Fonda is a seven-time Golden Globe winner and 15-time nominee. She is also a 2x Best Actress Oscar winner, and an Emmy Award winner. Fonda’s most memorable on-screen roles include projects like 9 to 5, Klute, Coming Home, Barefoot in the Park, The Newsroom, and On Golden Pond. Fonda will appear in the seventh and final season of Grace & Frankie, which will be Netflix’s longest-running original series.
The Cecil B. de Mille Award is given annually to “a talented individual who has made a lasting impact on the film industry” and is named after one of the most successful filmmakers in American history. Past recipients include Tom Hanks, Oprah Winfrey, Audrey Hepburn, Harrison Ford, Sophia Loren, Sidney Poitier, Steven Spielberg, Denzel Washington, and more.
The 2021 Golden Globe Awards air Sunday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC.
Demi Lovato will star in a scripted comedy series titled Hungry, which is in development at NBC. According to Variety, Hungry “follows friends who belong to a food issues group as they help each other look for love, success and the perfect thing in the fridge that’s going to make it all better.”
Hot in Cleveland creator Suzanne Martin is writing and executive producing the series. Additionally, Lovato is executive producing, along with Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner of Hazy Mills, and Scooter Braun, James Shin and Scott Manson of SB Projects. Braun is Lovato’s manager.
Lovato is no stranger to acting, having guest-starred on multiple episodes of Will & Grace during the show’s final season. She also appeared on Glee and Disney’s Sonny With a Chance and Camp Rock.
System of a Down have announced a livestream fundraising event, which will take place on January 30th to benefit wounded soldiers of the Defense Army of Artsakh and Armenia. The livestream will also include the premiere of the music video for their recent single “Genocidal Humanoidz,” one of two new System of a Down songs released in November. That track, along with “Protect the Land,” marked the band’s first new music in 15 years; and were recorded and released to raise money for the Armenia Fund, after Armenia and its neighboring state of Artsakh suffered war crimes at the hands of Azerbaijan and Turkey. Within a week, the songs helped raise more than $600,000 for the cause.The event itself will be free to watch on the band’s YouTube channel, with the opportunity to make donations throughout the stream. It begins at 9:00 am PT / noon ET on January 30th, with the “Genocidal Humanoidz” music video premiering two hours later at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET.