The Werks Drop First Official Release In Over A Year With New Live Album [Listen]

first_imgOhio-born jam band, The Werks just officially dropped their newest release, Live From The Werk Out 2016. The live album constitutes some of their best performances from their annual festival, The Werk Out, last year in Thornville, OH.After not dropping any official releases in over a year, Live From The Werk Out 2016 is an eight-track, two-hour sonic oasis for thirsty fans. The full album is available for download via the band’s Bandcamp using a “name your price” rate . A preview of the album is available via SoundCloud, which you can hear for yourself below!last_img

12-Year-Old Son Of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo Debuts With Korn For South American Tour [Videos]

first_imgKorn hit Bogotá, Colombia, last night, kicking off their South American tour with Tye Trujillo, the twelve-year-old son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo. The little bass prodigy was tagged in to replace Korn’s long-standing bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu for the South American leg of the tour due to “unforeseen circumstances,” though Arvizu will rejoin the group for the North American leg of the Serenity of Suffering tour. Fans in Colombia did not seem to mind the debut of Arvizu’s replacement, however; Trujillo proved himself as a skilled musician despite his young age. You can watch videos of the younger Trujillo shredding with Korn below, all courtesy of Juan Sebastián Rodríguez Isáziga.last_img

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil rejects transfer offer from Fenerbahce

first_imgArteta has frozen Ozil out of the team (Picture: Getty Images)Mesut Ozil has turned down an offer to leave Arsenal for Fenerbahce in the next transfer window, according to reports.The German looked to be a key part of Mikel Arteta’s plans when the Spaniard took over from Unai Emery in December.However, the 31-year-old is yet to feature for the Gunners since the restart and with less than 12 months remaining on his contract, he faces an uncertain future at the Emirates.And according to German publication Bild, the midfielder has rejected an advance from Turkish Super Lig side Fenerbahce.ADVERTISEMENTOzil’s £350,000-a-week wages proved to be too big of a stumbling block in negotiations.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe report states that the World Cup winner plans to see out the remainder of his contract at Arsenal, despite his lack of game time. Advertisement Advertisement Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil rejects transfer offer from Fenerbahce Ozil was a key player for Arteta before the lockdown (Picture: Getty Images)Speaking before Arsenal’s Premier League clash against Aston Villa on Tuesday night, Arteta suggested that Ozil still has a chance of getting back into the team.The Spaniard highlighted the case of Granit Xhaka, who re-established his place in the side after previously being stripped of the captaincy by former boss Emery.When asked if Xhaka’s revival could set an example for outcasts Ozil and Matteo Guendouzi to follow, Arteta said: ‘That applies for any player, and any member of the staff.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘If you really show that then you’re deciding to do the best, not for yourself, but for the team and for the club, I think everybody will welcome you.‘It’s not just me that has to give the green light. It’s everybody that has to be supportive and you need to feel as well that support from everybody because if not it’s a very uncomfortable situation.’MORE: Joe Willock admits Arsenal players were ‘a bit sceptical’ when Mikel Arteta first arrivedMORE: Dani Ceballos speaks out on his future at ArsenalFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Comment Metro Sport ReporterMonday 20 Jul 2020 5:26 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.7kShareslast_img read more