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Queen's "FreddieMeter" Rates How Much You Sing Like Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury has been widely accepted as one of the greatest vocalists and frontmen in all of rock. Developed by Google Research, Queen has put out an A.I. experiment that analyzes how well fans can sing like Freddie Mercury through the "FreddieMeter." Click here to try the FreddieMeter!...
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Study Shows People Remember Rock Band Logos More Than Other Genres

Setting yourself apart from the pack is a goal many bands try to achieve to help them stand out from the competition. Some wear wild masks like the guys in Slipknot. Some have unique singing abilites like David Draiman of Disturbed. And sometimes all it takes is to have an easy-to-remember logo. In...
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According To Science, Some People Were Born Unable to Sing

When you listen to vocalists like Robert Plant, Axl Rose, David Draiman and Freddie Mercury, it's obvious that they were born to be singers. But then there are times when you've been stuck in the car listening to someone sing along to the radio with no concept of pitch or octave control. So is it...
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Data Shows Which US States Rock the Hardest

Rock and roll music is a product of the USA and since its birth in the 1940's and it has since grown and evolved over the decades. But of all the 50 states, which one rocks the hardest? Is it "Music City USA" Nashville, Tennessee? Or is it Detriot "Rock City", Michigan? Based on data collected by...
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New Spider Species Named After Members of Scorpions, Iron Maiden and Def Leppard

There are many honors that come with being a successful musician. Grammy awards, platinum records, stars on the Walk of Fame, and being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame are nice. But imagine have your name being immortalized in the animal kingdom? That is the case for members of Def...
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Tom DeLonge's UFO Research Company Lands Deal with the U.S. Army

Tom DeLonge's UFO research company, the To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA) has secured a new business partner: the United States Army. Many of DeLonge's nay-sayers have seen their comments blow up in their faces after the U.S. Navy recently confirmed that objects seen in footage...
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According To Science, Drummers May Be The Smartest Members Of The Band

There is a common joke amongst drummers that goes " There are three kinds of drummers. Those that can count and those that can't ." But then, there is also this one: "How can you tell if the stage is level? When the drummer is drooling out of both sides of their mouth ." Ba-dum-tss. Drummers often...
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According To Science, Listening to Albums is Good For Your Mental Health

It's been well documented that listening to music can calm your inner-storms, but a new report has surfaced that it is also good for your mental health in the long-term. The study took place in the United Kingdon by the Entertainment Retailers Association by analyzing the results of a survey taken...
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KISS To Play a Concert for Great White Sharks

It's been scientifically proven that sharks are fans on hard rock and heavy metal. So for the first time ever, human fans will be able to see KISS perform live alongside our finned friends while on a cruise in the Indian Ocean. In partnership with Airbnb, 100% of the proceeds will go towards the...
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Data Shows Rock is the Most Popular Music Genre in Mexico

The non-profit IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) released the results of a survey of music listening habits from 34,000 internet users between the ages of 16-64 from 21 countries representing 92% of global music revenues. Among the results, it was concluded that rock...
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