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According To Science, "Bohemian Rhapsody" May Be The Greatest Song Ever Made

In a time where most pop songs followed the same verse-chorus-verse-chorus-bridge, three-and-a-half minute structure (and still do to this day) Queen's epic poem "Bohemian Rhapsody" that set them apart from all other artists, making them the rock legends forever. Being six-minutes long, nobody...
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Linkin Park's "Numb" Video Reaches Over 1 Billion Views on YouTube

Although YouTube's "Billion View Club" has been largely donimated by pop artists like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry, screamo rockers Linkin Park have been the latest music video to add a ten-digit number to its view count. Our music video for “Numb” just passed 1 BILLION views on @YouTube . Thank you...
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Tom DeLonge Wrote A Children's Book Called "Who Here Knows Who Took My Clothes?"

Founder of the To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences and former Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge is now the published author of the upcoming children's classic storytale, Who Here Knows Who Took My Clothes? DeLonge, who in his time with Blink-182 has appeared half-naked and fully-naked said of...
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38 Years Ago: Motörhead Storms Into The Mainstream with "Ace Of Spades"

The story behind Lemmy Kilmister and the formation of Motörhead has been the things of rock legend. It all started in 1975 when he was kicked out of the band Hawkwind after being arrested for cocaine possession (though the charges were dropped because he was actually in possession of...
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Greta Van Fleet Hits No.1 In Rock Charts with "When The Curtain Falls"

As Greta Van Fleet's career continues to skyrocket not just through mainstream rock, but in overall mainstream music. The band's debut LP Anthem of the Peaceful Army peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard top 200 chart, and their single "When The Curtain Falls" marks the band's third song to reach No. 1...
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23 Years Ago: Alice In Chains Records Its Final Album with Layne Staley

On November 7th, 1995, Alice In Chains released their self-titled album that, unbeknownst to them, would also be their final record with vocalist Layne Staley before his death in 2002. With hit singles like "Heaven Beside You", "Grind", "Again" and "Over Now", Alice In Chains sold more than 3...
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The 10 Greatest Beards In Rock

Rock n' Roll has always been a spearhead for self-expression and inviduality. Not only through music, but through personal style. Often times we picture your classic rock star to have long, sweaty hair, tattoos, leather pants, jewelery, and of course, some facial hair. Throughout the decades we...
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Jimmy Kimmel Convinced People That Kid Rock Is Now A US Senator

You know American poltics has become a circus when regular, everyday people would believe that Kid Rock actually ran and secured a seat in the Senate for Michigan. Although he admitted that it was all a publicity stunt, unfortunately not everyone got the memo. During the Election Day special of...
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37 Years Ago: Audiences Go Mad For Ozzy Osbourne's 'Diary of a Madman'

The year was 1981 and Ozzy Osbourne's reign over metal continued with the November 8th release of Diary of a Madman . Following the success of Blizzard of Ozz , Ozzy implemented a similar album structure by fusing anthemic head-banging songs like "Flying High Again", "S.A.T.O." and "Over the...
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Rockers Encourage Fans To Vote On Election Day

Having a say in our country's future is the greatest freedom we Americans have. Throughout the U.S. we are already seeing record numbers in early voting, and everyone, including your favorite rockers are getting the word out. Everyone from Axl Rose, Flea, Mike Shinoda, Slash, Lzzy Hale, and more...
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