U2 ‘Busting Our Ass’ to Release New Album in 2016
The Edge says the Dublin foursome are on course to put out the follow-up to 2014's 'Songs of Innocence' by the end of this year.
Fabled Nirvana Demos Written by Dave Grohl Surface
Unheard Nirvana recordings with drummer Dave Grohl front and center have surfaced after a fan bought a reel from the "In Utero" sessions on eBay.
Tom DeLonge Sets the Record Straight on Blink-182, UFO Research
While he has confirmed he is assisting the United States government in unspecified research, the guitarist/singer denies he outright resigned from his band.
Blink-182 Albums Ranked in Order of Awesomeness
Whether one considers Blink-182 the bane of punk rock or the daffy saviors of pop, one must admit that their influence has been immense.
Jack White, St. Vincent, Paul McCartney and More Petition Against YouTube
Their protest decries the Digital Millennium Content Act.
Drive-By Truckers Announce New Album and Tour Dates
The Georgian group — celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016 — revealed the lead single, "Surrender Under Protest."
Kansas Announce First New Album in 16 Years, ‘The Prelude Implicit’
This marks the first Kansas album featuring vocalist Ronnie Platt, who replaced original singer Steve Walsh when he left in 2014.
Led Zeppelin Asks Judge To End ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Copyright Trial
Lawyers representing Jimmy Page and Robert Plant asked a judge Monday to end the ongoing Led Zeppelin copyright infringement trial.
40 Years Ago: A Young Morrissey Reviews New Band the Sex Pistols
Morrissey proved to the world with his 2013 autobiography that his clever writing went beyond his lyrics. But decades before the book, he frequently wrote unsolicited letters to NME, Melody Maker and other British magazines.
15 Years Ago: Gorillaz Unleash Their Animated Debut
When Gorillaz rampaged onto the scene in 2001, it was perfect timing.