Rock

Vince Neil Denies Rumors That Tommy Lee Feud Is Preventing Motley Crue Tour

Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil is emphatically denying a report that said a feud between him and drummer Tommy Lee is preventing a massive comeback tour. Radar Online cited anonymous sources in a report that said Mötley Crüe had been offered $150 million by Live Nation under one condition: Neil...
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The Pretty Reckless Working on New Album With Pearl Jam Drummer Matt Cameron

If it feels like it’s about time for a new Pretty Reckless album, it probably is, and you’re in luck. Taylor Momsen is in the studio as we speak - working on the band’s fourth LP with Pearl Jam and Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron . The singer posted some updates on Instagram this week. The most...
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6 Mick Jagger Dorky Dad Moments

Papa is a rolling stone. But just because he’s a rock god doesn’t mean Mick Jagger is any less dorky than the next dad. With eight kids, The Rolling Stones frontman is just like all parents, posting embarrassing comments on social media and using weird gadgets in public. Everyone knows Mick the...
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Green Day Brings Back 'Basket Case' for MTV EMAs Performance

Something old, something new from Green Day during their energetic performance for the MTV EMAs. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers headlined the MTV World Stage Saturday night, with a portion of their set being broadcast during Sunday’s show. Green Day started off the segment with “Father of All...
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Rage Against the Machine Reunion Marks End of Prophets of Rage

While it shouldn’t be a major surprise, the reunion of Rage Against the Machine means the end of Prophets of Rage . The rap rock supergroup formed in 2016 with Rage/Audioslave bandmates Tom Morello , Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk , along with Chuck D of Public Enemy and B-Real of Cypress Hill . The...
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Eddie Vedder, Red Hot Chili Peppers Cover Hendrix, Prince

Eddie Vedder and the Red Hot Chili Peppers teamed up for some epic covers during a fun night of music in Los Angeles. The Pearl Jam frontman joined Anthony Kiedis and company for Jimi Hendrix ’s version of “All Along the Watchtower” and Prince ’s “Purple Rain.” The performances took place during...
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Ronnie Wood Talks Addiction in Trailer for New Doc 'Somebody Up There Likes Me'

“I wouldn’t change anything, except I’d do it with my eyes open a bit more,” says Ronnie Wood in the new trailer for the unflinching documentary about his life “Somebody Up There Likes Me.” The sometimes unheralded but indispensable Rolling Stones guitarist has been crucial to the band’s sound and...
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Why Trent Reznor Changed His Mind About the Rock Hall of Fame

“I honestly couldn’t give less of a s***.” That was Trent Reznor in an interview last year about not being nominated for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Nine Inch Nails was nominated in 2016, didn’t get in, and then left off the ballot in 2017 and 2018. But Reznor went to this year’s induction...
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Metal For Your Feet: Check Out These New Metallica Socks

Metallica is upping its wardrobe game. The band that has already brought us collaborations with Billabong apparel and Nixon watches is now looking out for our feet. Metallica is working with Stance on a line of socks that screams metal. There are several different styles including designs based on...
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Billie Joe Armstrong Sends Love to Son's Band After Serious Tour Van Crash

Billie Joe Armstrong is reacting to news that members of his son’s band were involved in a serious accident. Max Becker , guitarist/vocalist of Bay Area punk band SWMRS , and two touring musicians were injured when their van crashed in Wyoming on Tuesday. The band said the driver lost control after...
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