Nine Inch Nails took to Twitter last night (June 5) to unveil their new single, 'Came Back Haunted' (listen below), and announce the Sept. 3 release of 'Hesitation Marks,' their first album since 2008. NIN mastermind Trent Reznor is no stranger to social media -- he won an Oscar for his 'Social Network' score, after all -- or savvy marketing, and already, the Internet is abuzz over the latest musical offering from the industrial legends.
Last night's (May 18) KROQ Weenie Roast featured a surprise performance by Stone Temple Pilots, who used the event to reveal their new part-time singer: Linkin Park's Chester Bennington. The foursome played a mini-set that included the brand-new track 'Out of Time,' our sister site Loudwire reports, and speaking with the L.A. radio station, STP guitarist Dean DeLeo dished on the nature of the partnership.
Anthemic Austin-based indie rockers Courrier have been lighting up rock radio with 'Love is a Fire,' a bona fide fist-pumper of a single from their recently released sophomore album, 'Cathedrals of Color.'
Texas prog heavies the Mars Volta have broken up. News of their demise came last night (Jan. 23) via a series of tweets from singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala, who founded the group in 2001 with multi-instrumentalist and producer Omar Rodríguez-López, his former compatriot in post-hardcore faves At the Drive-In.
Sinewy and lean, Iggy Pop looks far taller than 5 feet, 7 inches. Amazingly, though, the Godfather of Punk is a man of below-average height. Maybe it's because instead of eating his peanut butter sandwiches as a young boy and consuming the protein that might have fueled his growth, he ditched the bread and smeared the Jiffy across his torso, rehearsing a stage move he'd perfect as leader of the Stooges
Just how short is Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea? Let's put it this way: When dude goes 'Under the Bridge,' he doesn't need to duck. When he rides the 'Love Rollercoaster,' he needs a chaperone. When his band covers Stevie Wonder's 'Higher Ground,' and
Paul McCartney and Nirvana, Eddie Vedder and Roger Waters, Michael Stipe and Coldplay's Chris Martin: Last night's 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief was teeming with team-ups, and we've got the videos below. As these clips attest, the performers gave it their all, treating fans at New York's Madison Square Garden and an estimated 2 billion people around the world to the kind of concert that, sadly, only happens after horrible disasters.
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