The roll out continues for Stitched Up Heart. Though their next album isn’t due until 2020, the band recently told Loudwire of their plans to release a new song each month until the release and the latest track to surface is a song called “Problems.”
The Old Age Face App is so yesterday! In fact, Volbeat are all about looking young these days, as you can see in their new video for “Cheapside Sloggers.”
Roger Waters is coming to a movie theater near you. The Pink Floyd co-founder has announced a concert film featuring footage from his Us + Them tour.
In June, we discovered Seether were looking to release an album sometime next year. Drummer John Humphrey said the band would start working on it at the end of summer, but it looks like they’ve got a head start as they’ve already begun recording new material.
You’ll want to turn this up … way up. Warish are hear to get your pulse racing with their distortion-infused new single “Healter Skelter” from their upcoming Down in Flames album.
Alt rockers Cold have stormed back in 2019, having announced their sixth studio album, The Things We Can’t Stop. Now they’ve spilled the details on a headlining U.S. tour in support of the record that will launch in late August.
Alice Cooper made a surprise stop at an evangelical church in Ohio this past weekend when the rocker delivered a short speech Sunday (July 14) at Parkside Church in Chagrin Falls, a suburb of Cleveland.
Stone Temple Pilots have completed a new studio effort, which will be their second with current singer Jeff Gutt, the vocalist revealed on an episode of Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon Tuesday (July 16).
Korn have done a few covers over time, but save for their previous hits album, most have not seen the light of day. However, that doesn’t mean that they won’t. During a recent Q&A at the Live Nation offices in Los Angeles, the guys spoke of their desire to eventually release a covers set, and they’ve …
It seemed Kurt Cobain knew something everyone else wasn’t aware of when he turned down the offer to have Nirvanaopen for Metallica and Guns N’ Roses on a tour which launched July 17, 1992, at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. Faith No More, who were familiar with their Bay area comrades Metallica, promptly took the opening slot and later wished they hadn’t. The …