It took one of the most successful crowdfunding campaigns in history to bring the Foo Fighters back to Richmond, Va., for the first time in 16 years, but Dave Grohl and the gang made sure everyone in attendance got more than their money's worth.
An unknown band called the Holy S---s are playing a show tonight at a small club in Brighton, England, and another tomorrow in London. Why should you care? Because the Holy S---s are actually arena rockers Foo Fighters.
Blink-182 have never been much for subtlety, but guitarist-vocalist Tom DeLonge has recently hinted that the legendary pop-punk trio have something big planned for this weekend's Reading and Leeds Festivals.
Pussy Riot are turning the legal tables on their country and suing the Russian government in the European court of human rights over their imprisonment for a February 2012 'punk prayer' protest at a Moscow cathedral.
It's been a quarter of a century since the Beastie Boys released their landmark second album, 'Paul's Boutique' and to commemorate the milestone, Brooklyn-based artist Danielle Mastrion painted a mural of the trio over the weekend at the New York City street corner depicted on the album's cover.
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