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Fact or fiction? Or friction? Maybe faction?! Whatever the case, Scott Ian gives us the lowdown on Loudwire’s Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?

Dave Ellefson and Frank Bello talk bass gear with Sweetwater Music’s Mitch Gallagher for the Guitars & Gear series

Yep. More bass.

Frank Bello sets the record straight on Loudwire’s Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?

Looks like it’s a bass kinda day, huh?

The Bass Will Control The Band If You Do It Right

dUg Pinnick and Dave Ellefson talk bottom end on Fuse TV’s newest digital-only series Metalhead to Head.

Metalhead to Head: dUg Pinnick and Dave Ellefson

Metalhead to Head: dUg Pinnick and Dave Ellefson Part 2

Soundgarden sits down with Guitar Center to discuss the band’s history, their influences, and their breakout album Superunknown

Bono answers the question, “Who is Jesus?”

I think it’s the defining question for a Christian–’Who was Christ?’ And I don’t think you’re let off easily by saying, ‘A great thinker,’ or ‘A great philosopher,’ because actually, he went around saying he was the messiah. That’s why he was crucified. He was crucified because he said he was the son of God. So he either was the son of God, or he was nuts. Forget rock ‘n’ roll messianic complexes, this is Charlie Manson-type delirium. And I find it hard to accept that all the millions and millions of lives…for two-thousand years have been touched–have felt their lives touched and inspired by a nutter.

My respect for Bono just increased. Watch the entire video to find out what he also believes about prayer, miracles, and the resurrection.

I did a little digging and found out this interview comes from the June 25, 2013 episode of The Meaning of Life, a series on Ireland’s public broadcast network RTE. Hosted by Gay Byrne, it delves into matters of faith and religion with public figures.

And it turns out this isn’t the first time Byrne interviewed Bono.

Eureka Machines’ Chris Catalyst and Davros cover A-ha’s “Take on Me” during their Golden Ticket pre-show set at the Borderline gig on March 22, 2014 in London

California Breed - “Sweet Tea”

Great classic rock groove comin’ atcha from California Breed’s debut single. For those not in the know, California Breed is the the new “supergroup” formed from the fallout of Black Country Communion and consists of Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham, and 23-year-old newcomer guitarist Andrew Watt. Stellar vocal performance as always from Mr. Hughes. What a set of pipes for someone in their early sixties.

KXM and the making of “Rescue Me”

Bob Mould performs “See A Little Light” from Workbook on the Late Show with David Letterman

KXM - “Rescue Me” (KXM, March 11, 2014)

Just listen to that rumbling bass!

John Roderick performs The Long Winters’ “Scared Straight” live at the KEXP studio as part of the 15th anniversary of Barsuk Records

This acoustic rendition gives the song a bit of a different feel. And it sounds similar to Nada Surf in places.

De La Soul - “Me, Myself and I”

I’ve been groovin’ to some De La Soul for the past couple of days…

NBC’s Brian Williams & Lester Holt “perform” “Rapper’s Delight” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

God I love the internet.

Newsted - “…As The Crow Flies”

Mike Mushok gets to show off his guitar chops here much more than he ever did in Staind.