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Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross to Release Three New Albums for HBO's "Watchmen" Series

HBO's long-awaited series Watchmen kicked off on October 20th and fans got a brief dose of new music courtesy of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. It has been announced that Nine Inch Nails duo will be scoring three albums worth of music for the series, and will be available for purchase before the...
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Data Shows Which US States Rock the Hardest

Rock and roll music is a product of the USA and since its birth in the 1940's and it has since grown and evolved over the decades. But of all the 50 states, which one rocks the hardest? Is it "Music City USA" Nashville, Tennessee? Or is it Detriot "Rock City", Michigan? Based on data collected by...
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Quiet Riot Drummer Frankie Banali Reveals He Has Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer

Quiet Riot drummer Frankie Banali has announced to fans that the reason why he was absent from some of the band's shows this past year is because he has been battling stage four pancreatic cancer. In a post shared by Rock Talk host Mitch LaFon, Banali says that even though his original prognosis...
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Steel Panther Reveals Interview of Mötley Crüe "Backstabbing" Vince Neil

Steel Panther aren't denying that there has always been some bad blood between them and members of Mötley Crüe with the exception of vocalist Vince Neil, who occasionally would join them onstage. Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx took to his Twitter to label Steel Panthers as "backstabbers" and "a...
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30 Years Ago, Nine Inch Nails Drops Their Debut Album 'Pretty Hate Machine'

Trent Reznor certainly has one of the more interesting rock star origin stories when compared to your regular garage band. Reznor moved from Pennsylvania to Cleveland, OH and worked nights as a janitor at Right Track Studio. When he wasn't working, Reznor was making use of his time by recording his...
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New Spider Species Named After Members of Scorpions, Iron Maiden and Def Leppard

There are many honors that come with being a successful musician. Grammy awards, platinum records, stars on the Walk of Fame, and being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are nice. But imagine have your name being immortalized in the animal kingdom? That is the case for members of Def...
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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Updates Motörhead's Nomination by Adding Phil Campbell & Mikkey Dee

When the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced that Motörhead was among the potential nominees up for induction for the Class of 2020 along with Soundgarden, Judas Priest, Thin Lizzy, Pat Benatar and T. Rex, the news was bittersweet. It was good because rock legends Motörhead are long overdue for...
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Tom DeLonge's UFO Research Company Lands Deal with the U.S. Army

Tom DeLonge's UFO research company, the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA) has secured a new business partner: the United States Army. Many of DeLonge's nay-sayers have seen their comments blow up in their faces after the U.S. Navy recently confirmed that objects seen in footage...
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Rob Halford Shares "Morning Star" Video from Christmas Album 'Celestial'

Rob Halford of Judas Priest has shared the official lyric video for his song "Morning Star" off of his second Christmas album Celelstial , which is available today . Celestial is available on Rob's artist store as a digital download, CD, and limited0edition authographed gold vinyl, along with...
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Jason Voorhees Covers The Police in "Every Life I Take..." Parody

Life wasn't very fair to Jason Voorhees. He was born disfigured, drowned while at Camp Crystal Lake, and returned from the dead over and over to kill camp counselors. While we know him for being one of the most famous killers in horror movie history, his parody cover of The Police's "Every Breath...
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