Mary Ouellette is a New England based music writer and concert photographer. She has spent the last five years as the owner and editor of TheyWillRockYou.com and is most accurately defined as “the girl at the rock show.” Capturing the best of musicians through photos and words is what drives her, whether it’s in the pit cameras in hand or sitting down backstage to interview the artists. ‘Almost Famous’ – it’s not just a movie. Check out her concert photography at SheWillShootYou.com. Passionate about: New England Sports, Butch Walker and Willy Wonka (That’s Wilder not Depp).
Win a Copy of Avenged Sevenfold’s Limited Edition ‘Hail to the King’ Box Set!
Avenged Sevenfold's new disc ‘Hail to the King’ makes its official debut on Aug. 27 and to celebrate its release, Loudwire, Noisecreep and GuySpeed have teamed up with the band to offer an incredible prize.
Win a Motley Crue ‘Evening in Hell’ Getaway at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
After their trailblazing residency in the City of Sin last year was a smashing success, Mötley Crüe are gearing up for a round two takeover of The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. Their upcoming residency runs Sept. 18 through Oct. 6 and has been dubbed ‘An Intimate Evening in Hell.’ The 12-show run promises a brand new production from the veteran rockers.
Ozzy Osbourne Discusses Black Sabbath’s ‘Vol. 4′ + His Public Perception
On the 40th anniversary of the 1972 Black Sabbath release ‘Vol. 4,’ Ozzy Osbourne reflected with a popular radio show on the band’s legendary career, while also touching on an array of subjects from being vilified by the general public to his struggles with drugs and alcohol throughout his career.
Metallica Obsessed Couple Announce Birth of Baby Orion
Metallica fans Dennis Diaz and his wife Annette Ortiz-Diaz created quite an Internet buzz when they got hitched in 2010. After making their entrance as a married couple, the two joined the wedding band to jam Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’ at their own wedding reception and the video, seen below, went viral.
Alice in Chains To Unveil New Track ‘Hollow’ on December 18
Alice in Chains recently broke the good news that their new album is finally complete. The process took a little longer than expected with Jerry Cantrell needing a break for shoulder surgery in the midst of writing and recording the music, but things are now back on track for the rockers and they've got a little Holiday surprise in store for fans.
Jerry Cantrell Confirms Completion of Upcoming Alice in Chains Album
Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell has confirmed that the band recently finished recording their new album, due out in 2013. The new disc will mark the follow-up to their 2009 release ‘Black Gives Way to Blue.’ Alice in Chains started working on the new tunes back in 2011 but were sidelined when Cantrell had to undergo surgery on his shoulder.
Tom Morello Unsure If Rage Against the Machine Will Ever Perform Again
With the recent release of ‘Rage Against the Machine - XX,’ the 20th anniversary edition of Rage Against the Machine's self-titled debut disc, fans had plenty of reason to celebrate in hopes that it marked only the beginning of fresh new things to come from the band. However, guitarist Tom Morello has squashed that dream for now, even going so far to say that the band may never play together again
Hellyeah, ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ Video – Exclusive Premiere
Hellyeah are a band that have likely never said no to a party invite, so it seems only fitting that they’d write the perfect theme song to accompany any rockin’ affair. In their new video for their anthemic party tune ‘Drink Drank Drunk,’ Hellyeah get up close and personal, taking fans right up onstage with them during one of their summer festival appearances. And Loudwire is proud to bring the pa
Soundgarden Announce 2013 North American Tour, Unveil ‘Been Away Too Long’ Video
Yesterday, Loudwire delivered an exclusive sneak peek at the new video from Soundgarden for their single ‘Been Away Too Long,’ and today the full video has made its formal premiere (watch above).