Philip Trapp is a writer and journalist who joined Loudwire in February 2019. In addition to covering music and culture for Loudwire, he also contributes to related outlets such as PopCrush, ScreenCrush and Taste of Country. Philip has reported on music and other entertainment since 2016. He previously wrote for Alternative Press, HM Magazine, Music Times, Classicalite and others. Along the way, he's defended Limp Bizkit on Sirius XM, gotten caught in a downpour with the band Hundredth, and he once made Kenny G wait on hold.
Read the Lyrics to Linkin Park’s New Song ‘Friendly Fire’
Linkin Park have unleashed the Chester Bennington-sung 'Friendly Fire.' Check out the lyrics to the previously unreleased song.
Linkin Park Release the Unheard ‘Friendly Fire,’ Announce New Singles Compilation
Linkin Park promised it, and now you can hear the full 'One More Light'-era rarity. Also, a new LP singles collection is on the way.
Punk Band Makes AI Version of Coldplay Video for Its Own Video + Some Fans Seem Upset
British rockers Idles' new video is just a deepfake version of Coldplay's 'Yellow,' causing concerned discussion among fans.
Married Couples Who Were in Bands Together but Got Divorced
Not all love stories are meant to last.
Slayer Fans React to the Band Announcing Their Reunion
Slayer have announced their reunion for two huge 2024 festivals, and heavy metal fans are having quite the reaction.
Internet Just Now Learning How Much Fred Durst’s Last Movie Made
Yes, the Limp Bizkit frontman directed 2019's John Travolta-starring 'The Fanatic.' Guess how much it made at the box office.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Keyboardist Vitalij Kuprij Dead at 49
The Ukrainian-American pianist and Trans-Siberian Orchestra regular just played with the band on their latest winter tour.
The Least Played Song Live Off Every Pantera Album
See the least played song live off every Pantera album, including their four '80s records.
Linkin Park Tease Unreleased Song ‘Friendly Fire’ With Chester Bennington’s Vocals
An unheard song is apparently on the way from the pivotal nu-metal band after they started 'going green' on the internet and social media.
KISS’ Gene Simmons Remembers the Only Time He Ever Got High
KISS icon Gene Simmons tells the story of the only time he ever got high, provoked by his son Nick on a podcast.
Kid Rock Mourns the Death of His Father, William ‘Bill’ Ritchie Sr.
The musician says, 'He was an incredible father, grandfather, great grandfather, and so much more, none shy of being quite the character!'
Bush’s Gavin Rossdale Would Only Take One Rock Record With Him to a Deserted Island
The Bush bandleader is known for his band's post-grunge rock hits, but his choices are surprisingly light on anything really rock.