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Tom Morello on collaborating with Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder and BMTH
Tom Morello on collaborating with Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder and BMTH
If you’re looking for evidence of the breadth and depth of Tom Morello’s talents as a guitar player, consider this. Prior to a guest appearance at the Honda Center, in Anaheim, California, with the E Street Band, he was told by Bruce Springsteen that that evening’s performance of “The Ghost Of Tom Joad” would be played in a different key from the one he was used to. Worried that he wouldn’t ... Re
Holy Wars detail the making of their new synth-heavy single “GET MINE”
Holy Wars detail the making of their new synth-heavy single “GET MINE”
Holy Wars have released a new music video for their latest single “GET MINE.” The new track is just a taste of what is to come from their highly anticipated debut full-length, EAT IT UP/SPIT IT OUT, which drops in early 2022.  Read more: Fall Out Boy release 'Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' for streaming Holy Wars are the project of Kat Leon (vocals) and Nick Perez (guitar/production). The group
Tom Morello & Bring Me The Horizon release “Let’s Get The Party Started”
Tom Morello & Bring Me The Horizon release “Let’s Get The Party Started”
Tom Morello and Bring Me The Horizon have joined forces on “Let’s Get The Party Started.” The track is the latest single from Morello’s upcoming album, The Atlas Underground Fire, out Oct. 15. The track is the third release from the album, following the Phantogram-featured “Driving To Texas” and Morello’s collab with Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Vedder on a cover of AC/DC’s “Highway To Hell.” Read
Refused dismantle punk (again) for dystopian video game ‘Cyberpunk 2077’
Refused dismantle punk (again) for dystopian video game ‘Cyberpunk 2077’
In 1998, Refused challenged the expectations of anyone who ever identified with a Strummer lyric or spun a Ramones record. Their acclaimed third album, The Shape Of Punk To Come, is a complete deconstruction of the punk-rock genre. Bouncing magnificently from avant-garde free jazz to slam dance-fodder hardcore, Refused turned punk into everything they thought it could be...
Bad Religion’s Brian Baker found his new band’s singer in a catering line
Bad Religion’s Brian Baker found his new band’s singer in a catering line
With a resume including stints in culturally defining outfits such as Minor Threat, Dag Nasty and Bad Religion, Brian Baker has his name etched into the veneer of punk-rock history. The guitarist has absolutely nothing to prove to anyone. However, Baker is always up for a moment to hold a guitar and hang out with his friends...