Sunday, August 25, 2019

Watch Gene Simmons’ emotional Chuck Berry eulogy

Gene Simmons of Kiss delivered a tearful eulogy for Chuck Berry yesterday. Berry died on March 18 at the age of 90. The musician was...

Paper + Plastick release free summer sampler with The Swellers, Pentimento, Light Years

Paper + Plastick have released their summer 2013 sampler, which includes bands like The Swellers, Pentimento and Light Years. Check out the full track listing and album...

Circa Survive, Emmure, Title Fight, more announced for South By So What?!

The fifth batch of bands have been revealed for the eighth annual South By So What?! Music Festival, which will be held at QuikTrip Park in...

Every Avenue release “Someday, Somehow” video with photo montage

Every Avenue have released a music video for "Someday, Somehow" set to a photo montage of memories spanning their career as a band. EA wrapped...

Stream a new Andy Black song

If you haven't already heard, Andy Biersack of Black Veil Brides has a solo project under the moniker Andy Black and is gearing up...

Wish sign to 6131 Records; announce debut EP

Springfield, MO's Wish have joined the 6131 Records roster, home to bands like Dads, the Beautiful Ones, Better Off and Loose Planes. Their debut self-titled EP...

Drummer Dave Lombardo says new bands are often “ungrateful pieces of sh*t”

Drummer Dave Lombardo, currently a member of both Suicidal Tendencies and the reunited Misfits, has some harsh words for newer bands. The percussionist recently...

Former LostAlone frontman Steven Battelle releases debut solo song, “The Jump”

Steven Battelle, former vocalist/guitarist of U.K. epic three-piece LostAlone has released his debut solo single, "The Jump."  “'The Jump' is the first song I wrote for the...

I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business release new song “Complications”

Ace Enders, better known to many as I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business has released a track called "Complications."  The song will...

Gorillaz release first new song in six years, politically-charged “Hallelujah Money”—listen

Gorillaz return after six years with the apocalyptic and politically-charged "Hallelujah Money" video, the first taste of their anticipated comeback record, which is expected...