Tag: guns n roses

Danny Elfman

Danny Elfman announces first solo album in 37 years with “True” video

Award-winning composer Danny Elfman is gearing up to release Big Mess, his first full-length solo album since 1984’s synth-pop LP So-Lo. Elfman has now...
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37 musicians who exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Music seems to know no boundaries, speaking a language that we all understand. It crosses all barriers and evidently all universes as well. From...
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18 alternative songs that were actually nominated for Oscars

There are three types when it comes to songs in feature films: The first is the song that you just know isn’t only going...
diamante ghost myself video

DIAMANTE wants you to face your insecurities head-on in “Ghost Myself”

Blue-haired powerhouse rocker DIAMANTE wants you to stop being ashamed that you have emotions in the video for “Ghost Myself.”  Though she initially released the...
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10 modern rock bands that prove the genre is far from dead

It seems like every few years there is a debate, often caused by KISS vocalist Gene Simmons, about whether or not rock music is...
best punk albums 1993, bad religion, bikini kill, nirvana, the muffs

15 punk albums from 1993 that embraced contrarianism over prefab rebellion

Alternative rock still dominated popular music in 1993. This obviously begged the question of just how “alternative” something was if it was now on...
Gene Simmons Paul Stanley

Paul Stanley weighs in on Gene Simmons’ claim that rock music is dead

All of the way back in 2014, Gene Simmons sparked a massive debate when he said that rock music is dead. Over the past...
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Alice Cooper disagrees with Gene Simmons’ rock is dead claim—here’s why

Last month, KISS bassist Gene Simmons stirred up quite a debate again when he said that rock music is dead and fans are to...
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15 punk albums from 1992 that thrived in the era of grunge

The mood of 1992: “We won!” Nirvana’s Nevermind sold by the truckload hourly. All anyone could talk about was alternative rock and grunge. Record...
sub pop records, l7, nirvana, soundgarden, fastbacks

10 Sub Pop Records releases that set the stage for modern grunge

When Evergreen State College student Bruce Pavitt began his Subterranean Pop fanzine in the early ’80s, covering American independent bands and recordings, he had...