Def Leppard Announce “Diamond Star Halos” Track-By-Track Broadcast Event

Def Leppard will be discussing their latest album, “Diamond Star Halos,” during a worldwide broadcast event on February 25 at 4pm EST / 1pm PST. The band commented:

“Please join us for this worldwide broadcast premiere event! The ‘Diamond Star Halos’ Track by Track livestream features brand new interviews with Def Leppard and more. Watch Joe, Phil, Sav, Rick, and Viv reveal behind-the-scenes stories from the making of their latest album, ‘Diamond Star Halos.’ Complete with answers to fan questions sourced directly from the Vault, this hour+ filmed special premieres only inside the Def Leppard Vault. Head over to the Leppard Vault to grab your ticket!”

Megadeth To Livestream Upcoming Show In Tokyo, Japan

Megadeth have announced a livestream event, which they are calling “They Only Come Out At Night.” The virtual show will feature the band’s February 27 set at Budokan Arena in Tokyo, Japan. Tickets can be purchased HERE. This news follows recent rumors that seem to suggest that the band’s ex-guitarist, Marty Friedman, will be making a guest appearance at the concert. Megadeth commented:

“Excited to announce ‘They Only Come Out at Night’ – Live at Budokan! This will be a Global Livestream Event on February 27, 2023 + on-demand for 2 days. You will receive virtual VIP access to the band pre-show, with an exclusive behind-the-scenes video capturing our trip through Japan, all leading into our first-ever live performance at the world-famous Budokan Arena in Tokyo, Japan. Get Livestream Tickets NOW”

Metallica’s Cliff Burton To Be Honored During 2023 “Cliff Burton Day” Livestream

The life of the late Cliff Burton (Metallica) will be honored with a special “Cliff Burton Day” livestream. The event will be available to watch through YouTube on February 10 at 7PM PT. Nicholas Gomez will be hosting the livestream and it will include appearances from Cliff’s sister Connie, Lou Martin, producer Flemming Rasmussen, Trauma’s Mike Overton, Raven’s John Gallagher, Vio-Lence’s Deen Dell and more. Further interviews will also be shared every Friday this month. A promo video featuring Jerry Only (Misfits) can be found below. New shirts can also be purchased HERE.

The Rolling Stones To Celebrate Release Of “Grrr Live!” With Virtual Concert Event

The Rolling Stones will be celebrating the release of their new live album/film, “Grrr Live!,” with an online concert event on February 2. As previously reported, that live release features the band’s December 15, 2012 show at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ and it will be available on February 10. The group commented:

“The history-making live concert GRRR Live! is streaming live around the world, on February 2nd! Chat along with Rolling Stones fans and enjoy guest appearances from The Black Keys, Gary Clark Jr, Lady Gaga, John Mayer, Bruce Springsteen and Mick Taylor! Tickets, times and the opportunity to purchase limited-edition vintage tour merchandise are available now at

A Day To Remember To Livestream Their Acoustic Show In Orlando, FL

A Day To Remember have revealed that they are planning to livestream their December 19 acoustic show in Orlando, FL. The band said the following:

“Join us on Dec 19th as we broadcast the final stop on our acoustic theater tour live from Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Orlando! These shows have been truly special and we’re excited for the opportunity to share reimagined versions of our songs with the entire world. Tickets are on sale now at

Led Zeppelin Announce “Celebration Day” Streaming Event

Led Zeppelin will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of their “Celebration Day” concert by streaming it full on YouTube. Fans will be able to check that out on December 10 at 3 p.m. EST. The film features the band’s December 10, 2007 set at The O2 Arena in London, UK. That show found John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, and Robert Plant performing with Jason Bonham, the son of the late John Bonham.

Metallica To Livestream 2022 “Helping Hands” Benefit Concert

Metallica have announced that they will be livestreaming their upcoming “Helping Hands” benefit concert. That event will be held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, CA on December 16 and fans will be able to watch it on Paramount+, Pluto, and MTV‘s YouTube channel.

The band commented:

“We’re looking forward to celebrating the achievements of All Within My Hands in our final show of the year, the Helping Hands Concert & Auction at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Friday, December 16. This will be the third time we hit the stage to benefit the Foundation, but the very first time that it will be streamed live with a full audience in the house, thanks to our friends at Paramount+.

In another first, we’re also honored to announce that Jimmy Kimmel will be joining us to host the show! Make sure to tune in early as it all kicks off at 5:30 PM PST streaming live on Paramount+ and simulcast on Pluto and MTV’s YouTube channel. Don’t miss the special guests and presentations, Greta Van Fleet’s set, and a few surprises before we hit the stage.

We’ll also have some amazing items and experiences that will be auctioned off starting December 5 to benefit the Foundation, with 100% of ticket and auction proceeds going directly to those in need. Established in 2017, All Within My Hands works with partners around the world to combat food insecurity, provide funds in areas of natural disaster, and support education with the ground-breaking Metallica Scholars program, now in its fourth year.”

Failure Announce “We Are Hallucinations” Streaming Event

Failure have announced a special streaming event, which they are calling “We Are Hallucinations.” The online show will take place on December 15 at 12:00pm PDT/3:00pm EDT and tickets can be purchased HERE. Failure’s Greg Edwards said the following about the event:

“This film is comprised of performances from our Summer 2022 Wild Type Droid tour of North America. It’s crazy that we have never made a concert film before, but I think this will really stand as a definitive document of the dynamic between the three of us on stage and the connection we have with our fans.”

Bad Omens To Livestream New York City Shows, Comment On The Viral Success Of “Just Pretend”

Bad Omens are planning to livestream their upcoming shows with Dayseeker, Make Them Suffer, and Thousand Below at Irving Plaza in New York, NY. The sold out concerts will be held on December 11-12 and fans can by tickets to watch them online HERE. In other news, Bad Omens have also addressed the success of their song “Just Pretend,” which recently saw an increase in popularity after going viral on TikTok. The band tweeted the following: