Straya: Man filmed clinging to moving train

Like something out a movie starring Liam Neeson, one man in Australia decided the best way of transport was to jump onto a moving train.. An investigation is underway after a man was spotted clinging to the outside of a moving train in Perth. Main Roads cameras initially saw the man just before the train arrived at Glendalough station and he then moved to the inside of a carriage. Sadly he did not get the superhero ending he was most likely hoping for as when the train arrived at its next stop at Stirling, he was arrested. Straya mate.

LISTEN: Devilskin's Paul Martin On Their Upcoming Tour, Traveling and More.

Devilskin are about to gear up for summer with their latest tour around NZ this October. Hitting Auckland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Wellington, Canterbury, Otago and Southland. They have returned from their 4th UK tour which included sold out gigs in Ireland and playing at the legendary Rock + Metal 3 day festival Download. Listen out this October for BAYROCK'S Rocktober for your chance to see them live!

Avenged Sevenfold, Korn, System of a Down Members + More Join Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington Memor

So far, those confirmed to join Linkin Park on Oct. 27 include Avenged Sevenfold‘s M. Shadows and Synyster Gates, Korn‘s Jonathan Davis, System of a Down‘s Daron Malakian, Shavo Odadjian and John Dolmayan, the members of Blink-182, Bring Me the Horizon‘s Oli Sykes, Yellowcard’s Ryan Key, Machine Gun Kelly and recent duet partner Kiiara. The band will take over the Hollywood Bowl for this special performance on Oct. 27, marking their first time onstage since the death of Bennington in July. Earlier this week, Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda revealed that it was producer Rick Rubin who had encouraged them to return to the stage. “[Rubin] said, ‘I know you guys know this, and I know it’s obvious b

No Retirement for Ozzy Osbourne Anytime Soon

After announcing his retirement 25 years ago, it looks like Ozzy Ozbourne is sticking around! In a new interview, he says he has no plans to hang it up anytime soon. “People around my age go, ‘I’m 65 now. I’m retired.’ Then they f–king die,” he tells Rolling Stone. “My father got a bit of cash from the job he had, did the garden and died. And I’m going, ‘That’s a bit of an anticlimax after working so many years in a factory.’ I ain’t retiring. People still want to see me, so what’s there to retire from?” Sadly earlier this year, the band he got his start, Black Sabbath retired, wrapping up their final tour in their hometown of Birmingham, England. “They’ve retired but I haven’t,” Osbourne sa

Paul McCartney Lined Up Dave Grohl’s Surgery After He Broke His Leg

Before the Foo Fighters and before Nirvana, Dave Grohl was a kid who grew up wholly inspired by The Beatles. Since his rise to rock stardom over the decades, Grohl and Paul McCartney have worked together in various capacities, most recently on the Foos’ new album, Concrete and Gold. The two have formed a solid relationship and now Grohl has revealed it was McCartney who came to his aid after Grohl broke his leg after taking a hard fall at a concert in Sweden in June 2015. Revealed during a interview Grohl said “Paul McCartney and his family basically set up my entire surgery in London after I broke my leg. It still blows my mind. I wouldn’t be playing music if it wasn’t for Paul McCartney b

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