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  • Kevin Staunton

    Photos: Glass Animals and Little Dragon get down in the rain at Red Rocks

    As the saying goes, when it rains, it pours. So it went on Wednesday night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, as light rain gave way to a torrential downpour during the electro pop double-header of Glass Animals and Little Dragon. The show went into a rain delay midway through Glass Animals’ performance but...
  • The Killers announce new album, ‘Wonderful Wonderful,’ along with 2018 tour dates

    The Killers announce new album, ‘Wonderful Wonderful,’ along with 2018 tour dates

    The Killers officially announced their upcoming studio album on Friday, which is to be titled Wonderful Wonderful, and is set for a September 22 release on Island Records. The album’s announcement was preceded by the release of its first single, "The Man," back on June 14. Wonderful Wonderful will...
  • 36 Crazyfists announce new album 'Lanterns', release first single 'Death Eater'

    36 Crazyfists announce new album 'Lanterns', release first single 'Death Eater'

    Last fall, Portland metalcore outfit 36 Crazyfists went into the studio to work on the follow-up to 2015's Time and Trauma, which peaked at number two on the Heatseekers Albums chart and number four on the Hard Rock Albums chart. Earlier this year, the outfit wrapped up the recording session, and...
  • My Ticket Home announce new album 'unReal'

    My Ticket Home announce new album 'unReal'

    Fans of My Ticket Home have waited nearly four years for new music from the post-hardcore band. After a lengthy tour in support of their 2013's studio album Strangers Only, the band announced their departure from Rise Records to join Spinefarm Records, which is home to acts such as Bullet For My...
  • Watch Stone Sour’s Johny Chow propose to girlfriend at Toronto show

    Watch Stone Sour’s Johny Chow propose to girlfriend at Toronto show

    The heavy metal band Stone Sour had a special show in Toronto on Tuesday (July 25) when bassist Johny Chow proposed to his longtime girlfriend Christi Allen onstage. The crowd goes nuts as the two embrace. While you can’t hear Allen’s response, Stone Sour frontman asks “Hold on, what did she say...
  • My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way remembers his friend Chester Bennington

    My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way remembers his friend Chester Bennington

    My Chemical Romance lead singer Gerard Way--who now makes his living heading up DC Comics imprint Young Animal--recently did an interview with Nerdist where he had some warm words for Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington, who passed away on July 20 from an apparent suicide. Way reminisced...
  • Weezer release song inspired by Guns N' Roses

    Weezer release song inspired by Guns N' Roses

    The return of Guns N’ Roses’ primary lineup of Slash, Axl and Duff on their hugely successful Not In This Lifetime Tour has inspired more than just the average '80s hair metal fan. Weezer released their new music video for “Feels Like Summer” on Thursday (July 27), which as seen above, was clearly...
  • Papa Roach shares acoustic performance of 'American Dreams'

    Papa Roach shares acoustic performance of 'American Dreams'

    It's rare that fans get to see their favorite rock artists perform their songs in different ways. For followers of Papa Roach, today was that day. The four-piece alternative metal band shared an acoustic version of their song "American Dreams," off of their latest studio album Crooked Teeth which...
  • New wave pioneer Gary Numan adds tour dates in support of new album

    New wave pioneer Gary Numan adds tour dates in support of new album

    If you were to pick just one song that defined the sound of the ‘80s, “Cars” by Gary Numan would be a solid choice. With it’s driving synthesizers and Numan’s flat vocal delivery, the song is emblematic of the new wave sound that took over pop music during the first half of the decade. Numan has...
  • Bono and Patti Smith duet on 'Mothers of the Disappeared' at U2 show in Paris

    Bono and Patti Smith duet on 'Mothers of the Disappeared' at U2 show in Paris

    U2 and Patti Smith continued their legendary live collaborations at U2’s show in Paris on Tuesday (July 25). To close out the evening, the band brought Smith out for a performance of “Mothers of the Disappeared.” As Rolling Stone reported, Smith and Bono traded lead vocals on the tune with Smith...
  • Phish opens fifth show of their Baker's Dozen run with a cappela Fleet Foxes cover (watch)

    Phish opens fifth show of their Baker's Dozen run with a cappela Fleet Foxes cover (watch)

    Jam giants Phish have delivered sweet treats to their fans each night on their historic 13-show run at Madison Square Garden. The overarching theme of the Baker’s Dozen has been donuts, with each show assigned its own donut flavor. Five shows into the run, the flavors so far have been coconut...
  • Prolific performer and producer M. Ward hitting the Gothic in Denver on Oct. 14

    Prolific performer and producer M. Ward hitting the Gothic in Denver on Oct. 14

    For a guy whose music is often soft and relaxing, M. Ward sure is a hard worker. Since the turn of the millennium, Ward has released eight solo albums, six records with Zooey Deschanel as She & Him and one with the folk rock supergroup Monsters of Folk. That doesn’t include the albums and songs...
  • The Black Dahlia Murder announce new album 'Nightbringers'

    The Black Dahlia Murder announce new album 'Nightbringers'

    The wait is finally over for fans of The Black Dahlia Murder! After months of teasing online, the band unveiled details on their new studio album. Revealed through a video interview on Tuesday, the album will be titled Nightbringers, and it will be released on Oct. 6 via Metal Blade Records. More...
  • Propagandhi announce 2017 North American tour

    Propagandhi announce 2017 North American tour

    On Sept. 29, longtime Canadian punk band Propagandhi will release their new studio album Victory Lap, which is the follow up to their 2012 release Failed States. The outfit have been playing sporadic shows over the past couple of years, but they're looking to make their way to a town near you soon...
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    Motionless In White releases music video for ‘Eternally Yours,’ reveal U.S. fall tour

    Still riding high on the success of their third studio album, 2014s Reincarnate, Motionless In White’s fourth studio album, Graveyard Shift (one of the most anticipated heavy albums of 2017), does not disappoint. The record was released May 5 via Roadrunner Records. It is the band’s second...
  • Chelsea Wolfe drops new track 'Vex'

    Chelsea Wolfe drops new track 'Vex'

    Singer-songwriter Chelsea Wolfe will release her new studio album Hiss Spun on Sept. 22 via Sargent House, and the first single from the album titled "16 Psyche" has been been gaining rave reviews. Something that most fans wanted to hear is her collaboration with Sumac's Aaron Turner and Queens Of...
  • Interview: Alan White of Yes gets nostalgic about the band's almost five-decade long career

    Interview: Alan White of Yes gets nostalgic about the band's almost five-decade long career

    These days, it seems like five decades is forever. It's hard to imagine being with the same group of people for that long, but the iconic English progressive rock band Yes makes it look easy. Next year, Yes will celebrate 50 years together as a band, and they are still touring, making music and...
  • Air Supply heading back to the City National Grove of Anaheim this September

    Air Supply heading back to the City National Grove of Anaheim this September

    Air Supply may have come into formation in 1975, but the Australian soft rockers are still kicking it and embarking on another U.S. tour this fall. One of those stops will include a show at the City National Grove in Anaheim on Sept. 23, where they have played in years past.  The duo, which consists...
  • St. Vincent is one of the new faces in new Tiffany & Co. ads

    St. Vincent is one of the new faces in new Tiffany & Co. ads

    Annie Clark, more commonly known by her musical alias St. Vincent, will be one of the new featured faces to represent the famous American luxury jewelry retailer, Tiffany & Co. Announced on Wednesday, Clark joins fellow artists including Zoë Kravitz and Janelle Monáe as the new faces for the...
  • The Fall Of Troy announce headlining tour

    The Fall Of Troy announce headlining tour

    After a successful headlining trek in Japan, beloved mathcore outfit The Fall Of Troy are heading back on the road this fall supporting progressive rock band Chon. The band wanted to increase their mileage before their previously announced run. Today, they revealed a string of headlining shows in...
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