As we reported earlier, Trent Reznor is composing the score for the next entry in the popular ‘Call of Duty’ video game franchise. Take a listen to some of the Nine Inch Nails mastermind’s work on ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops II’ below.
The classic William Shakespeare story of ‘Hamlet’ received a grunge-style update over the weekend. The production crew at New York City’s HERE have added the music of Pearl Jam to their ‘Hamlet’ remake entitled ‘A King Of Infinite Space.’
While reviews have been mixed for Garbage‘s latest album, ‘Not Your Kind of People,’ one deranged fan has taken things a little too far in expressing his displeasure. Unfortunately for Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson, most of the hate is directed at her.
Sometimes we American music fans take our bands for granted. The United States is such a huge market that most artists make the land of the free a must in their touring plans. Australians, on the other hand, will have to wait years for some acts to even be in the same timezone. Weezer are one of those bands, but now they plan to visit the land down-under for the first time in 16 years.
In news that will surprise no one, Courtney Love is once again involved in a legal battle. This time she is being sued by her ex-assistant, who claims the Hole frontwoman still owes her money for her services and was under great stress due to Love’s “unethical requests.”
The rise of dubstep has taken the music industry by storm, headed by former From First To Last frontman Skrillex (real name Sonny Moore). In the Fine Brothers’ latest installment of their web series ‘Elders React,’ we get to witness what the silver generation thinks of the EDM craze.
The CBGB Festival went on over the weekend in New York to celebrate the legacy of the legendary club that helped launch so many rock careers. One of the keynote speakers during the event was Nirvana co-founder Krist Novoselic, who somewhat let the cat out of the bag that he is working on something with fellow Nirvana alumnus Dave Grohl.
We’ve seen some pretty cool videos on the internet, but the ’100 Riffs’ clip from the Chicago Music Exchange has to be one of the sweetest things we’ve come across in a while. Watch musician Alex Chadwick go through the history of rock ‘n’ roll by playing 100 snippets of the greatest guitar riffs.
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