Tag Archives: RATT

Metal By Numbers : Make them beg for charts – 9/20/2023

Posted by on September 20, 2023

    Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Metal By Numbers is back (again)! We’ve been busy following Metallica in select cities on the North American portion of their M72 World Tour, preparing for an upcoming feature at the end of the […]

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Metal By Numbers Visions of charts 8/1/2023

Posted by on August 1, 2023

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Metal By Numbers is back! After a delay with summer vacations, the column has returned, which includes seeing how albums from Cavalera, Queens of the Stone Age, Extreme, and more debuted in charts […]

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Blue Ridge Rock Festival: The Black Dahlia Murder, Ratt, Highly Suspect, and more added to 2023 lineup

Posted by on January 11, 2023

  The Black Dahlia Murder, Ratt, Highly Suspect, Eva Under Fire, Caskets, Paleface, I Set My Friends On Fire, and Rain City Drive have been added to the 2023 edition of Blue Ridge Rock Festival. The festival will take place in Alton, VA from September 7th – 10th. Check out the extensive lineup (so far): […]

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Watch RATT featured in new Geico commercial

Posted by on April 13, 2020

Whether you are satisfied with the car insurance company or not, Geico is also known for its hilarious ad campaigns. With that being said, Los Angeles heavy metallers RATT are featured in one of Geico’s latest commercials. Playing on the band’s name, the couple in the ad opens up about their beautiful new home. However, […]

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Stephen Pearcy apologizes for disastrous Ratt show in Huntington, NY

Posted by on September 28, 2018

Many Ratt fans have been outraged by Stephen Pearcy’s performance this past Wednesday (26th) at the Paramount in Huntington, New York. Several concertgoers who attended that night managed to capture Pearcy’s apparent disastrous vocals as fan-filmed footage has surfaced online. The singer was caught slurring throughout Ratt classics while sitting and practically laying down on […]

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Saxon Flies into DC with the Black Star Riders on the Firepower Tour

Posted by on March 20, 2018

This past Sunday in the nation’s capital, England’s Saxon and LA’s Black Star Riders brought their classic sounding metal to the beautiful new Anthem music venue on Washington D.C.’s Southwest waterfront.  Both bands were opening for Judas Priest.  More on those guys here. Don Jamieson from VH1 Classic’s That Metal Show introduced the show that […]

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This Ratt/Marvin Gaye mashup is the best thing you’ll hear this week

Posted by on February 27, 2018

Ah, the mashup. Kinda played out, right? Not yet. Two classic songs, one from the ’60s and one from the ’80s, have been combined to make something that, while not as iconic as either original song, still sounds amazing. And there are many reasons why this is so good. First of all,, one wouldn’t expect […]

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Lineup revealed for 2018 Heavy Montréal

Posted by on February 21, 2018

After sitting out 2017, Heavy Montréal will return to Parc Jean Drapeau this summer on July 28th-29th. Today (21st), the lineup has been revealed for the two-day-event . Headliners include Avenged Sevenfold, Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, Gojira, Emperor, and many more. There will  be diversity as well, which includes acts such as Trivium, Sleep, Eyehategod, […]

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Consequence of Sound share ten hair metal albums that “don’t suck”

Posted by on July 19, 2017

Similar to nu metal, hair metal is a subgenre people either enjoy or immediately judge as the worst genre ever. People have argued that glam rock acts which started in the late seventies and went well into the eighties mainly appeal to those who grew up during this era, and are nothing more than nostalgia […]

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Ratt is back for more, but without Bobby Blotzer

Posted by on November 30, 2016

  Of all the ’80s hair metal bands, Ratt is one that’s stood the test of time, at least kind of. It’s hard to deny that “Round and Round” is an epic jam, as are “Back For More,” “Lay It Down” and hell, there’s enough that there’s an unofficial holiday, Ratturday, in which people we […]

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