Many bands take maintaining the same lineup quite seriously, even if it's one of the most difficult things to pull off. Especially if longevity is also high up on their list of priorities.
Those who have accomplished it wear it as a badge of honor, such as U2. Fro...
After the heavy blow of Chester Bennington's tragic death last year, and the foggy future it created for Linkin Park, it's a nice reminder to think back to when the influential alt-rockers were just a bunch of young musicians hashing it out onstage...
The iTunes Festival, which takes place at The Roundhouse in Camden Town, London, and runs throughout the entire month of September, is set to kick off later today. We already told you that Paramore and Jimmy Eat World would be performing, and this year's lineup also boasts some other incredible acts- Thirty Seconds To Mars, Pixies, The 1975, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, Sigur Rós, Arctic Monkeys, a
Paramore have been announced as the latest act set to perform at this year's iTunes Festival, Sept. 4 in London.
Tickets for the fest, which takes place at The Roundhouse in Camden Town throughout the entire month of Sept., are free to U.K.
The Classic Crime
Give Seattle quartet the Classic Crime credit: They’re not afraid of a little drama. They “wander through the desert under the cover of night looking for a fire that bring us to life,” as they explain on “Young Again” and stand on “The Precipice” where “piece by piece, I build the cell I’m in, but I only stay here long enough to write the saddest song.” Somewhere, Morri