David Bowie makes surprise return to music2013-01-08 David Bowie has made a surprise return to music after a decade of silence, releasing a new music video and single as well as announcing the release of a new album.
Bowie celebrates his 66th birthday today (Jan. 8th) and fans who visited his website were greeted with a very special birthday gift; a newly relaunched site which featured the first new music from the legendary rocker since 2003.
The new single 'Where Are We Now?' was released today via the iTunes Store in 119 countries and the music video can be seen here http://www.davidbowie.com/vision?videopremiere=true.
John Garcia streams new song2014-07-23 Stoner rock legend John Garcia has released a track from his forthcoming, eponymous album. "Her Bullets Energy" is an acoustic track featuring a very special guest.
"To have Robby Krieger from The Doors play on my first ever solo record was surreal", says Garcia. "Not only was it surreal, but to be the first artist ever to record in his brand new studio Horse Latitudes in Los Angeles
Weezer new album coming2014-07-11 Just a week after Weezer unveiled their intriguing album cover art for their upcoming record Everything Will Be Alright In the End, the band has revealed a release date for the project.
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Halford wants to make blues album2014-06-27 Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford has admitted he's desperate to record a blues album - because he wants to find out what his voice can do.
He believes the legacy of the music that built metal can
Metallica release new song2014-06-21 Metallica had a little surprise for fans on Thursday. The band decided to celebrate the longest day of the year a couple days early with the release of their new song "Lords of Summer" (First Pass Version) on iTunes.
Here is what the band had to say about the song, which they say is still a work in progress, "Welcome to the official start of summer! Along with the
Soundgarden/QOTSA superband2014-06-14 Soundgarden men Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd have joined forces with Queens Of The Stone Age and Them Crooked Vultures' Alain Johaness and Dimitri Coats of Off! in a supergroup.
And the "fun little project" started out as a Facebook conversation with drummer Cameron, guitarist Coats has revealed.
He tells Billboard: "I was like, 'Dude, I'm a huge fan! I conside
GN'R reunion gonna happen2014-06-06 Craig Duswalt was Axl Rose's personal manager during Guns N' Roses' Use Your Illusion tour. Now he's written a memoir, Welcome to My Jungle, about his experience with the band.
As someone who had a ringside seat during the band's last time together - during which singer Axl Rose and guitarist Slash had a falling out from which they've never recovered - Duswalt has
Allman Brothers final concerts2014-06-04 Southern rock legends The Allman Brothers Band have revealed their final tour dates. The new dates include the rescheduled Beacon Theatre shows as well as the band's swansong performances.
The newly scheduled Beacon Theatre shows will be taking place on Tuesday, 10/21, Wednesday 10/22, Friday, 10/24 and Saturday, 10/25 with the tickets to the original corresponding
Axl Rose greatest vocal range2014-05-26 A new study finds that Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose has the greatest vocal range among a host of popular singers including acclaimed pop stars Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera and Beyonce.
On the other end of the spectrum, some of today's most popular pop and country stars landed at the bottom of the vocal range chart, including Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift am
Jim Root leaves Stone Sour2014-05-20 Stone Sour broke the news over the weekend that guitarist Jim Root is no longer part of the band but Corey Taylor also assured fans that Root remains part of Slipknot.
Stone Sour confirmed the news via their Facebook page. The band wrote, "As some of you might have heard by now, Stone Sour and Jim Root have indeed parted ways.
"We were trying to wait until the c
Metallica to work on new album2014-05-13 Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett tells Guitar World magazine that the band will be buckling down in September to get to work on the follow-up to 2008's Death Magnetic.
"We totally want to make an album," Hammett said. "But...we have families now. It's gonna be summertime soon and it's hard to work [then] because the kids are out of school."
He also said that the
The Misfits vs. Danzig2014-05-09 The Misfits have accused former singer Glenn Danzig of 'sour grapes' and trying to profit from merchandise sales to which, they say, he is not entitled.
The band, fronted by Jerry Only, released a statement just a day after news broke that Danzig had launched a lawsuit against his former bandmate. Danzig - who left the band in 1983 - claims bass player Only secretl