Even though the Red Hot Chili Peppers are in the midst of a massive spring tour, they have a big weekend ahead of them. The Grammy Award winners will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on Saturday night. The Chili Peppers are looking forward to paying tribute to past members who helped shape the legacy of the band.
It’s been four years since Counting Crows released their last album, the rock/country themed ‘Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings.’ Fans can get their hands on a new record from the band, but not the kind they were expecting. ‘Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation)’ was released today (April 10) and features nothing but covers of lesser-known songs.
Today (April 5) marks the 18th anniversary of Kurt Cobain‘s death. There have been countless theories about the former Nirvana leader’s suicide inside his Seattle home on April 5, 1994, at the age of 27, and how rock history would have been different had he lived. One person who has a pretty good idea is Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love.
Red Hot Chili Peppers kicked off their spring North American tour last night (March 29) in Tampa, Fla. To celebrate the special occasion, the future Rock Hall of Famers are offering up a live EP as a free digital download.
The Black Keys are riding on the highest wave of success in their careers so far. The blues duo have just wrapped up another leg of their tour with Arctic Monkeys, which has seen them sell out arenas across the country. Even with their busy tour schedule, The Black Keys will set aside time this summer to start working on a new album.
Sometimes a video comes along and reassures you that all is right with the world. Take this rare footage of a young Nine Inch Nails performing on the’80s cheesy dance show, ‘Dance Party USA,’ for instance. Enjoy the complete awesomeness of how awkward and ridiculous it gets.
Soul Asylum are gearing up to release their 11th studio album, ‘Delayed Reaction’, this summer. The Minneapolis band, who scared the heck out of parents and kids in the 1990s with their music video for ‘Runaway Train’, also signed a new record deal with 429 Records.
The overdue rise of The Black Keys in the last couple of years has elevated them to arena rock status. Earlier this month the Akron, OH duo embarked on their biggest tour so far, bringing along English indie rockers Arctic Monkeys as support. We caught up with Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney before their show in Grand Rapids, MI to talk about the tour, possessive fans, his disdain for Spotify’s Sean Parker and more.
The Cure were one of the most influential groups in the ’80s and early ’90s (and one of our favorite bands of all time), which allows them to still get invited to perform at huge festivals around the world, including a headlining slot at this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. Sadly, it seems the goth-rock pioneers are content with just playing live shows and have no intention of releasing new music anytime soon.
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