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Cliff Williams May Be Back with AC/DC

With Angus Young being the last man standing as the only longtime member of AC/DC "officially" still in the band, there is evidence that vocalist Brian Johnson and drummer Phil Rudd may have reunited in Vancouver, Canada to record a new album. Now it appears that bassist Cliff Williams may be in on...
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The Grammys Left Vinnie Paul Out of Their In Memoriam Tribute

The loss of Pantera/Hellyeah drummer Vinnie Paul left a gaping hole in the hearts of the rock and metal community. Especially since there was nobody else that loved life and treated others to the same level that he did. So it stung particularly hard during the 61st annual Grammy awards that his...
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Greta Van Fleet Wins "Best Rock Album" Grammy For "From The Fires"

Millennial rockers Greta Van Fleet have a lot to be proud of now that they have won their first Grammy for "Best Rock Album" with their EP From The Fires . They are also nominated for "Best Rock Performance" ( which was won by Chris Cornell ) and "Best New Artist" for the 2019 awards. Video of ꜰʀᴏᴍ...
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St. Vincent's "Masseduction" Wins "Best Rock Song" at the 2019 Grammys

Written by Annie Clark and Jack Antonoff, "Masseduction" took home the Grammy for "Best Rock Song" at the 2019 awards. This marks the second Grammy win and third nomination for the Oklahoma artist. Video of Masseduction The other nominees for "Best Rock Song" of 2019 were: "Black Smoke Rising" by...
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Chris Cornell Wins "Best Rock Performance" Award For "When Bad Does Good"

Late Soundgarden/Audioslave/Temple of the Dog frontman Chris Cornell was the posthumous winner of the "Best Rock Performance" Grammy for his solo single, "When Bad Does Good." Video of Chris Cornell - When Bad Does Good This marks Cornell's third Grammy award and sixteenth nomination following his...
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Grammys Head Explains How Rock & Metal Could Return To The Awards' Televised Broadcast

By now rock and metal fans tend to take award shows like the Grammys with a grain of salt given that the once one of the crown jewels of the ceremony has been pushed down to the untelevised portion in favor of the pop and hip-hop categories. But according to the Grammy's Head of Awards Bill...
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Watch The Monster From "The Masked Singer" Stump Everyone with Queen & Lenny Kravitz Covers

The Masked Singer is a new celebrity singing game show that features mysterious celebs disguising themselves in unrevealing costumes while a team of panelists (Jenny McCarthy, Nicole Scherzinger, Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke) try to guess who they are. The fuzzy blue "Monster" has made himself a fan-...
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Maynard James Keenan Expects New Tool Album To Drop Summer 2019

Tool fans have been excited for any news of a new album for the last 13 years. The band has dropped a few hints here and there on when we can expect it to hit the shelves, but the date keeps getting pushed further and further back. Now vocalist Maynard James Keenan has announced that while they do...
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6 Times Rockers Told Award Shows To "Suck It"

It's no surprise that award shows aren't taken as seriously as they once were. The 2018 Annual Grammys fetched an all-time low rating, with only 19.8 million viewers watching/streaming from home, and the 2019 Grammys aren't expected could fall even further. It could be due to the politically-...
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"The Dirt" Will Feature New Motley Crue Song with Machine Gun Kelly

As we draw nearer and nearer to Motley Crue's upcoming biopic "The Dirt," fans are excited to know that the film will also feature four original, unheard songs by the members of the band. On top of that, bassist Nikki Sixx confirms that rapper Machine Gun Kelly (who portrays Tommy Lee in the film)...
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