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Watch Jason Aalon Butler’s burning piano ode in FEVER 333’s “LAST TIME”
Watch Jason Aalon Butler’s burning piano ode in FEVER 333’s “LAST TIME”
FEVER 333 are back with a new music video for their WRONG GENERATION track "LAST TIME." The piano-based song sees frontman Jason Aalon Butler somberly playing the instrument as it's burning before walking away. Read more: Here's how the Kyle Pavone Foundation is aiding musicians amid the pandemic The short track's accompanying visuals are simple yet captivating with a warehouse backgroun
Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Hear Michael Bohn return to the mic with new band the Villa
Former members of Issues, Woe, Is Me, Secrets and Nightmares are joining together to shape a new band called the Villa from the ashes of their past musical venture, WildHeart. Following WildHeart’s disbandment a little over a year after they formed, vocalist Michael Bohn (Issues, Woe, Is Me) along with guitarists Kevin Hanson (Woe, Is Me) and Turner Wood (Nightmares) brought bassist Michael Owens
Watch a young Chester Bennington singing along to Nirvana’s “Polly”
Watch a young Chester Bennington singing along to Nirvana’s “Polly”
Nirvana's influence on musicians has been massive and now footage of late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington singing their track "Polly" as a teenager is surfacing. Bennington's former band Grey Daze shared the old video showing him singing along to the track while surrounded by other people as the song's chords get strummed out on an acoustic guitar.
YouTube to push fewer conspiracy theory videos in United States
YouTube to push fewer conspiracy theory videos in United States
YouTube has recently announced that they will be pushing fewer conspiracy theory videos in your recommended box. The announcement comes in the form of a test that will only affect United States users. In an effort to get rid of “borderline content,” the Do-It-Yourself streaming site will try to recommend videos involving conspiracy theories less often. According ...
Fearless Vampire Killers debut farewell lyric videos—watch
Fearless Vampire Killers debut farewell lyric videos—watch
This summer, Fearless Vampire Killers announced that they would be disbanding after the departure of lead singer Kier Kemp. Read more: “Please remember our music lives on forever”—Fearless Vampire Killers disband FVK have posted their final songs "Always Forgive" and "Priceless" as a farewell gift to their fans. As an extra treat, ea...
An amazing retelling of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ using only emojis—watch
An amazing retelling of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ using only emojis—watch
For the release of Disney Stickers for the iPhone, Disney has shared a three-minute video retelling The Nightmare Before Christmas only using emojis—and it's awesome! Read more: It looks like ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ is returning to theaters If that wasn't enough, composer Danny Elfman recently discussed the film's lasting impact with Time as it celebrates its 23rd birthday today. "We
Watch Twenty One Pilots’ dynamic SNL performance
Watch Twenty One Pilots’ dynamic SNL performance
Twenty One Pilots put on an insane performance of "Heathens" and "Ride" during Saturday Night Live last night. It was the band's first time on the legendary late-night show. Read more: 12 cassettes you should be blasting right now Twenty One Pilots are about to tour overseas but will make their way back to the States in January 2017 continuing the EMØTIØNAL RØADSHØW tour. Dates
Fall Out Boy show off their ba(n)d lip reading, dancing skills, and more
Fall Out Boy show off their ba(n)d lip reading, dancing skills, and more
Fall Out Boy have partnered with Bananas Music Club to produce a new video, the latest in a series of comedic collaborations, showcasing the band's questionable lip reading skills. Check out the group's attempts to understand singer Patrick Stump, while on vocal rest: And check out previous Bananas Music Club collaborations, like this dance off between Pete Wentz and David Boyd of New Polit
Johnny Marr plays The Smiths’ “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now” for the first time in 25 years
Johnny Marr plays The Smiths’ “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now” for the first time in 25 years
Check out this new video from NME of Johnny Marr explaining how he wrote the main riffs for The Smiths' "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" and "Girl Afraid." The legendary guitarist notes that he hasn't played the song in 25 years then proceeds to nail it. ...