Rock

Dropped Frames Vol. 1: Mike Shinoda's New Album Helped Him 'Stay Sane'

Shinoda’s latest album was curated with the help of fans during his at-home quarantine Twitch recording and production sessions. The musician recently spoke about how it all came together and how it’s helped him cope with these uncertain times.
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Badflower Announces Livestreamed Concert to Celebrate Frontman's 30th Birthday

Tickets to watch will cost $9, and you can also grab a deluxe ticket, which includes an exclusive t-shirt, for $30. Profits will benefit 320 Changes Direction and Freedom for Immigrants.
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Watch Dave Grohl and Others Pay Tribute to Ronnie James Dio for Late Metal Icon's Birthday

Dio died May 2010 of stomach cancer. He was 67. Following his death, the Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund was founded in his honor to support cancer research, prevention and education.
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Ozzy Osbourne and Family Take on Ghosts in New Travel Channel Show

According to the show’s description, Ozzy and Sharon will pore over Jack’s supernatural-themed videos and give their thoughts and “outrageously funny reactions.”
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Watch Eddie Vedder Masterfully Hit a Baseball While Surfing

Surfing can be a tricky task on its own. Same with hitting a baseball. Combine the two? You must be crazy. Eddie Vedder did exactly that in a new video he posted on Facebook and it might just be the most impressive thing you watch today.
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From Twenty One Pilots to the Killers the 2021 Mad Cool Lineup Is Here

After being postponed in 2020, Madrid’s Mad Cool Festival will return with a killer lineup. Today a majority of the acts on the festival’s lineup were announced, giving fans something to seriously look forward to next year.
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Watch Zack de La Rocha Rock Out in Pre-Rage Against The Machine Band

A throwback clip of Rage Against The Machine frontman Zack De La Rocha’s old band Hard Stance has surfaced showing their 1990 appearance at Hollywood Live in Los Angeles, California – and it’s definitely not the Zack you’re used to.
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Metallica Pays Tribute to Late Composer Ennio Morricone: 'Your Career Was Legendary'

The metal legends have long used Morricone’s song “The Ecstasy of Gold,” which he wrote for the 1966 film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, as the music they walk out to during their shows.
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David Gilmour Releases New Song, 'Yes, I Have Ghosts,' and Companion Video

The track features David on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, and his daughter Romany on backing vocals and harp. The tune also features John McCusker on fiddle, while Damon Iddins contributed string quartet sampling.
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EXCLUSIVE: Ozzy Osbourne Reveals Tour 'Postponed' Until He's '100 Percent Confident'

In an exclusive interview with RADIO.COM, Ozzy Osbourne shares that his 2020 tour is “postponed,” not cancelled. The icon explains, and gives us more details about his Parkinson’s disease diagnosis.
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