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RHCP announce new album ‘Unlimited Love,’ first with John Frusciante in 16 years
RHCP announce new album ‘Unlimited Love,’ first with John Frusciante in 16 years
Red Hot Chili Peppers have released a music video for the single “Black Summer.” The band also announced their 12th studio album, entitled Unlimited Love. The record is due out April 1 via Warner Records. Read more: Slipknot's Corey Taylor says the band's new album is coming in three months Red Hot Chili Peppers spoke about the motivations behind Unlimited Love in a press release. “Our only goal .
Foo Fighters reveal North American tour dates and Ramones cover
Foo Fighters reveal North American tour dates and Ramones cover
Foo Fighters have just announced a summer 2022 North American tour in support of their album Medicine At Midnight. Along with a string of U.K. and European dates, the band will hit several stadiums across the country between May and August. Meanwhile, Dave Grohl is continuing the annual tradition of the “Hanukkah Sessions” with Greg Kurstin. The pair r...
Weezer cover “Enter Sandman” ahead of ‘The Metallica Blacklist’—watch
Weezer cover “Enter Sandman” ahead of ‘The Metallica Blacklist’—watch
Weezer have released a stunning version of the iconic Metallica track “Enter Sandman.” The cover is surprisingly true to the original and is set to appear on The Metallica Blacklist album. The visual that accompanies the track takes viewers through a maze of eerie hallways, ghost-infested woods and whirling clouds. The blurri...
Poppy’s new single “Her” comes with a dystopian stop-motion video
Poppy’s new single “Her” comes with a dystopian stop-motion video
Poppy is continuing her content-heavy summer with a brand-new single, “Her,” produced by Justin Meldal-Johnsen (M83, St. Vincent).  Accompanying the song’s release is a dystopian stop-motion music video by animator/director Chris Ullens, whose iconic style has been featured in videos for Rex Orange County and Lee Ann Womack.  Read more: Marvel's... Read More ...
Dave Grohl’s ‘From Cradle To Stage’ tours Dan Reynolds’ first music room
Dave Grohl’s ‘From Cradle To Stage’ tours Dan Reynolds’ first music room
The first episode of From Cradle To Stage is available now to stream via Paramount+. Released just in time for Mother’s Day, the six-part series explores the connection between musicians and their mothers. From Cradle To Stage was developed by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl along with his mother Virginia Hanlon Grohl. The ...
Phoebe Bridgers is auctioning off her smashed ‘SNL’ guitar to benefit GLAAD
Phoebe Bridgers is auctioning off her smashed ‘SNL’ guitar to benefit GLAAD
About two months ago, Phoebe Bridgers hit the Saturday Night Live stage for her performance debut. At the end of her two-song set, the musician smashed her guitar on stage, immediately earning the praise of fans and the attention of others. Now, that iconic piece of music history has headed to auction to benefit GLAAD, an organization that promotes the acceptance and increased portrayal of the LGB
St. Vincent ranks Paul McCartney praising her work as a top moment
St. Vincent ranks Paul McCartney praising her work as a top moment
St. Vincent is gearing up for the release of her highly anticipated full-length Daddy’s Home, but that’s not the only project she’s excited for the world to hear. This week, the mastermind behind St. Vincent, Annie Clark, opened up about what it was like to work with Paul McCartney on a reworking of “Women And Wives” for the reimagined version of his 2020 album McCartney III. Clark joins a diverse
12 artists who got their names from other alternative songs
12 artists who got their names from other alternative songs
For as long as music has existed, artists have been inspiring other artists. Right here within our own beloved scene, we’ve witnessed many examples of newer-era bands drawing inspiration from the OGs. What’s especially endearing is that not only have bands influenced each other in terms of musical style; they’ve also taken from the lyrics of their predecessors the most crucial aspect of their iden
Brittany Howard’s “Stay High” wins Best Rock Song at the 2021 Grammys
Brittany Howard’s “Stay High” wins Best Rock Song at the 2021 Grammys
Brittany Howard has officially won Best Rock Song at the 2021 Grammys for "Stay High."The award was presented during the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony. Howard was up against a stacked list of nominations including Phoebe Bridgers’ "Kyoto," Fiona Apple’s "Shameika," Tame Impala’s "Lost In Yesterday" and Adrianne Lenker of Big Thief’s "Not." Read m
10 alternative women musicians with unforgettable Grammys performances
10 alternative women musicians with unforgettable Grammys performances
The Grammys are finally coming up this week, after being postponed from its original January date, and the night is going to be filled with women celebrating major accomplishments in music. While last year was a mess in almost every regard, one good thing did happen: The Recording Academy unveiled the nominations, and it was the first time that all of the nominees for Best Rock Performance have be
10 singers whose first band will probably surprise you
10 singers whose first band will probably surprise you
Many of you are no doubt listening to the new Gwen Stefani single and thinking back to when you first heard Tragic Kingdom. Where you were, what you were doing, how long the show Beverly Hills, 90210 could possibly last. Hate to break it to you, ’90s kids, but there are a ton of teenagers listening to the song without a clue that Stefani ever fronted a band, never mind the groundbreaking, genre-fu

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