Rock

Death Angel Drummer Survives Coronavirus Coma: ‘I Don’t Think Satan’s Quite as Cool as I Used To’

Death Angel drummer Will Carroll spoke out about his terrifying experience with coronavirus including a dream where he met Satan will in a coma. Describing his experience, he said “I don’t think Satan’s quite as cool as I used to.”
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Incubus Cancels Summer Tour With 311 and Badflower

The summer run, which also included 311 and Badflower on the bill, was set to begin July 15 in Auburn, Washington, and continue on into September.
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Soundgarden's Matt Cameron and The Pretty Reckless' Taylor Momsen Pay Tribute to Chris Cornell

Momsen is a big Soundgarden fan, and The Pretty Reckless were opening for the grunge giants on the tour during which Cornell died. She also performed during the 2019 star-studded Cornell tribute concert.
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Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden Speaks Out After the Tragic Death of His Estranged Wife

Bowden was found unresponsive in the West London home the couple once shared, as they were recently separated in 2018 and were in the process of divorce after 29 years of marriage.
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Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer Reschedule All North American 'Hella Mega' Tour Dates

Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy have announced that all North American dates for their upcoming HELLA MEGA tour have been pushed to 2021, delaying the set of stadium shows during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Is Metallica the First Band to Create a Whiskey Box Set?

Metallica has collected picture discs, a magazine, guitar picks, stickers, and more in a “Batch 100” Blackened American Whiskey box set for ultra fans of the band and their exclusive spirits.
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Now You Can Protect Yourself During COVID-19 Just Like DEVO, With Energy Dome Face Shields

’80s Alt-rock pioneers DEVO were not put on this Earth simply to help you “Whip It” good. They’re here to help you stay safe from the pandemic, too.
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Joy Division's Ian Curtis Died 40 Years Ago Today

Following ‘Unknown Pleasures,’ Joy Division recorded a follow-up album, ‘Closer.’ Leading up to a tour in support of the album, Curtis, who battled epilepsy and depression throughout his life, died by suicide the early morning of May 18, 1980.
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Chester Bennington’s Son, Jaime Bennington, Directs 'Soul Song' Video for Grey Daze

Following up the Grey Daze singles “What’s In The Eye,” “Sometimes,” and “Sickness,” is the track “Soul Song” which was given a video treatment by Chester Bennington’s now 24-year-old son, Jaime Bennington.
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Greta Thunberg Imagines the Devastating Effect of Climate Change in Pearl Jam's 'Retrograde' Video

On the heels of the release of their first music video in seven years for “Dance of the Clairvoyants,” Pearl Jam has just offered up another visual for the track “Retrograde” off their latest album ‘Gigaton.’
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