Rock

Breaking Benjamin Shares Live Video of Alice in Chains Cover Featuring Gavin Rossdale

Breaking Benjamin has shared a video capturing the band’s live cover of Alice in Chains’ “Would?”, featuring guest vocals from Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale.
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Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Stands Up for Teachers: 'America’s Educators Deserve a Plan, Not a Trap'

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, whose mother was a public school teacher, has penned an open letter in The Atlantic, ‘In Defense of Our Teachers,’ to make his case about planning to reopen schools rather than swinging the doors open wide.
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‘Back in Black’ Turns 40: How the Landmark AC/DC Album Was Viewed in 1980

AC/DC’s landmark album ‘Back in Black’ celebrates its 40th anniversary on July 25, 2020. In this article, we’ll look back at interviews, reviews, and other commentary to see what people were saying about the record in 1980.
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Remembering Chester Bennington: A Look Back at the Legacy and Lessons

Close collaborators from Linkin Park and Grey Daze share some of the legacy and lessons from Chester Bennington, and talk about the importance of communication in mental health.
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The Festival Formerly Known as 'Herd Immunity Fest' Went Down This Weekend, Here's What It Looked Like

Despite the summer heat and a worldwide pandemic ravaging the United States, the July Mini Fest, formerly named Herd Immunity Fest went off over the weekend in Ringle, Wisconsin – with a capped capacity of 2,500 for a space that could hold 10,000.
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Listen To Chris Cornell’s Cover of Guns N’ Roses’ Classic, ‘Patience’

Today, the Estate of Chris Cornell has released his haunting cover of the Guns N’ Roses ‘Lies’ classic “Patience,” to commemorate what would have been his 56th birthday.
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Top Live Music Exec Suggests That Concerts Won't Return Until 2022

Geiger said in his opinion concerts won’t return until 2022. Noting that there are probably “20 roadblocks” in the way such as the virus itself, spacing, density, and insurance.
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Wolfgang Ready for 'Wave of Hate' Because His Music Doesn't Sound Like Van Halen

Van Halen bassist and son of guitar virtuoso Eddie Van Halen, Wolfgang is well aware anything he does solo will be brutally compared to his dad’s iconic band. So much so, that he’s begun to mentally prepare himself for a negative reaction to it.
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Corey Taylor Teases New Solo Music and Warns Challengers: 'Bring It the F*** On'

Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has been hinting at a new solo album for quite a while now, and his latest update suggests the promotional wheels are now in motion.
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Viral Website Creates '90s Music Festival Lineups With Links To Concert Footage

With the majority of concerts still on hiatus, and more future festivals postponing their upcoming events, it may be a while before fans get to see their favorite artists live.
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