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Grey Daze drummer Sean Dowdell “did not sense anything” troubling his friend Chester Bennington in the hours before his death
Gothic metal standard bearers Moonspell turn up the progressive dial on new album Hermitage
From playing bass with The Vegas Kings, a rockabilly outfit formed in 1957, to his time with Rainbow, Black Sabbath, solo and beyond, Ronnie James Dio had a career like no other
The Greatest Showman director Michael Gracey is making a biopic about Robbie Williams. Although he never managed to break through in America, the UK pop star first found fame in the ’90s as a member of the boy band Take That before going on to achieve massive commercial success as a solo artist.
“It was like frown-town all the time,” says Chris Adler of his departure from Lamb of God
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Band reunions aren’t supposed to go as well as Dinosaur Jr.’s. In the years since the original trio reformed, they’ve released some music that stands right alongside their classics from back in the day. It’s been a while since we’ve heard from them this time around; their last collection, Give A ...
Gel come from New Jersey, which has historically been fertile soil for tough-guy fight music. But Gel couldn’t be more different than that. Gel’s sound is plenty hard, but it’s the frantic basement-show style of hard. Gel’s sound is raw, fast, reverb-drenched punk rock, and it draws a lot of its firepower ...
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People around here like to get all hoity-toity when we talk about the Boston Celtic punk institution Dropkick Murphys, but guess what, fuckers! Dropkick Murphys stomp ass! Always have! Every few years, Dropkick Murphys will reliably come out ripping with another album of beery, obvious fists-up singalong songs, and that album will reliably rule....
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UK rock shapeshifters the Horrors have been quiet in recent years; they haven’t released anything since their 2017 album V. But today, the band returns with a loud, blistering new jam called “Lout.” It’s the title track of a new EP that’ll be out next month, and it shows a band in fighting shape.
The Hold Steady are one of our great live bands. A lot of that has to do with the group’s ability to connect with a sweaty, drunk, fired-up crowd — with the way people react to their big, surging moments and with the way that the Hold Steady react to people’s reactions. But even if you take the live-crowd energy out...
With his determination, dedication and energy, Dave Grohl has built Foo Fighters into one of the biggest bands in the world. Now, with new album Medicine At Midnight, he wants you to boogie
Halestorm's version of Long Love Rock is taken from the upcoming movie Long Live Rock… Celebrate The Chaos
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