Nita Strauss & WWE’s Becky Lynch Discuss Their Lives On The Road Etc. In New Video

Nita Strauss shares a new clip with current WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch. The pair discuss the parallels of their lives on the road etc.

As reported earlier Nita played the opening theme for Shinsuke Nakamura‘s entrance at ‘WrestleMania 34‘ earlier this year. Her new record “Controlled Chaos” will be released through Sumerian on November 16th. In addition to that, Strauss’ track “Mariana Trench” will be used as a theme for the next ‘WWE NXT TakeOver‘ event, ‘WarGames‘, which will be held November 17th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA.

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Megadeth Honored With “Best Metal Performance” Grammy Award

Megadeth took home the Grammy tonight for the “Best Metal Performance” category at the 59th annual Grammy Awards, held Sunday, February 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The nomination marked Megadeth’s twelfth over the years. Megadeth was nominated for “Dystopia”, the title track for the band’s 2016 album.

As Megadeth approached the stage to accept the award, the house band inexplicably played Metallica’s classic “Master Of Puppets.”

Says mainman Dave Mustaine in his acceptance speech:

“Fantastic! Only took twelve tries to get this. Last time we were here, we were talking to Kenny G, and he asked me how many times we were here, and he goes, ‘Well, eleven isn’t that bad.’ And I said, ‘How many times did it take you?’ And he said, Twenty-one.’ And I was, like, ‘Oh, my god. If it takes twenty-one times… I don’t know if I’ll live that long.’ I wanna thank Jesus Christ, I wanna thank my wife, my children, all the band’s wives and kids, I wanna thank our management, our label, our agent, our attorney, our crew, all of you, especially the metal community. I think it’s a little weird that we ended up being category 69, but somebody’s got a sense of humor.”

Finally! pic.twitter.com/2KqdWhSrAX

— Dave Mustaine (@DaveMustaine) February 12, 2017

The nominees in the “Best Metal Performance” category were as follows:

Baroness – “Shock Me”
Gojira – “Silvera”
Korn – “Rotting In Vain”
Periphery – “The Price Is Wrong”

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Mötley Crüe Premieres New Live Clip “Girls, Girls, Girls” From “The End” Concert Movie

Mötley Crüe premieres a clip of its “Girls, Girls, Girls” performance from “The End”, the movie documenting the band’s final concert at Staples Center in their hometown of Los Angeles, CA. The 140-minute film includes footage from Mötley Crüe’s farewell show along with exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of the last week of the tour.

Check out now “Mötley Crüe” below.

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