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Tom DeLonge Says It Would Take ‘A Few Phone Calls’ For Him to Rejoin Blink-182
DeLonge spoke in an interview at Comic-Con in support of his new graphic novel, 'Poet Anderson… Of Nightmares.'
Teenage Time Killers, Feat. Dave Grohl, Corey Taylor + Matt Skiba, Stream Debut LP
Corrosion of Conformity's Reed Mullin: "We had all these other folks that want to participate. It’s a good mixture of old hardcore punk, punk and metal stuff."
Iggy Pop Is Starring In a Silent Movie About Satan’s Guitar
Iggy Pop, Black Flag's Henry Rollins, Grace Jones and Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes are starring in a new silent movie about Satan’s guitar.
Tool’s Maynard James Keenan Slams Same-Sex Marriage Opponents in Facebook Post
Keenan called out "religious zealots" and questioned if they "are in fact as omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent as their one true God."
Pearl Jam Poster Exhibit Unveiled at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
The exhibit, called Push Me, Pull Me, was organized in collaboration with the band and it features 85 posters from over 30 artists.
Tom Morello, Geddy Lee + Alex Lifeson Operate on Tim Commerford in New Future User Video
"I talked my doctor into letting me shoot the surgery, then explained the concept to Tom [Morello], who was totally into the idea."
Green Day Play Surprise Benefit Gig at Old Haunt, 924 Gilman Street
Two months after a warehouse shared by two local publishing houses burned down, Green Day performed a concert at their old haunt last night (May 17).
Simple Minds Perform For ‘Breakfast Club’ Tribute at Billboard Music Awards
The Billboard Music Awards honors the biggest music stars of today and the future, but this year's ceremonies also spent some time looking back.
The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach Says the Band Is Ready to Perform Live Again
Following drummer Patrick Carney's recent shoulder injury, the Black Keys say they are ready to perform live again.
Watch Faith No More Play ‘Superhero’ and ‘Easy’ on ‘Fallon’
The large gap between albums for the reunited band, their last coming out in 1997, also coincided with a 20-year late night television dry spell.