SHINEDOWN posted a video on Tuesday (December 1) for the song "State Of My Head", from the band's recently released fifth studio album, "Threat To Survival". The track recently cracked the Top 10 at rock radio.
If you haven't heard, Playboy announced this summer that they were going legit. They will no longer free the nipple. Or the vagina. No nudes, dudes! Playboy is now going to be a magazine read solely for the articles and naughty cartoons about boners.
U2 frontman Bono has spoken out for Eagles Of Death Metal as their tour returns to Paris, praising them for being so 'graceful' in the wake of their 'ugly nightmare' when ISIS terrorists struck their gig at The Bataclan. Terrorists struck the...
Alice Cooper reunited with his old bandmates for a one-off performance in Dallas – the first time they’ve played together since a pair of performances in 2011 to coincide with their Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction.
In a far more obscene, modern reimagining of John Lennon's legendary 'rattle your jewellery' speech, Dave Grohl has made waves after calling out 'rich, chicken-eating motherfuckers' sat in box seats at a Foo Fighters show.
After a five year absence, Eagles of Death Metal have glided into the peripheries of 2015 with their riff-heavy, tongue-in-cheek balls-out rock with that one thing the current musical landscape needs - a bit of fun.
Seattle, Washington's Brandon Mikesell admits he's different. Growing up, he was picked on because of his stuttering problem. In fact, his greatest fear is everyone finding out about that speech impediment.
Yale University just released a big ol' batch of 170,000 photos taken by the Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information between 1935 and 1945. The photos span the country from big cities to small towns, illustrating Americans at...
The Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan has again showed some refreshingly disarming erraticism, and that's why we love him. The cat-loving, wrestling fanatic, who last year released a pretty incredible album in the form of Monuments To An Elegy, but...
SLAYER's Kerry King told Illinois Entertainer that he wrote the song "Chasing Death", from the band's upcoming "Repentless" album, after his longtime guitar tech, Armand Crump, overdosed and died in 2012.
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