Rock

Green Day Unveils 'Father of All…' Coffee Blend

There’s no falling asleep on Green Day . The band’s coffee company released a new blend that promises to keep you on your toes in honor of National Coffee Day. Father of All… Dark Roasts is described as the “darkest of the dark yet shockingly smooth — it will kick your a** and soothe your soul.” In...
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Property Where Kurt Cobain Died on the Market for $7.5 Million

The home owned by Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love when the Nirvana singer took his own life is on the market. The 117-year-old, 8,212-square-foot house in Seattle’s lakefront Denny Blaine neighborhood comes with a price tag of $7.5 Million. The two-story home features a stone and wood exterior, 4...
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Metallica Cancels Shows as James Hetfield Returns to Rehab

Metallica has announced that their frontman James Hetfield continues to struggle with addiction, and has decided to re-enter rehab. The move has forced the band to cancel an upcoming string of tour dates in Australia and New Zealand. “As most of you probably know, our brother James has been...
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Dee Snider Vents About Hard Rock Being Shut Out of the Super Bowl

The announcement that Jennifer Lopez and Shakira would be sharing the stage at Super Bowl LIV made it official – no hard rock headliner once again during halftime of the big game. Not since The Who in 2010 has there been a headliner that can bring the noise, and Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider...
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Jack White Plays an Intense Game of Grape Chess With Jimmy Fallon

O.A.R. once recorded a song called “That Was a Crazy Game of Poker.” Now we have an intense game of chess with Jack White and Jimmy Fallon . The Raconteurs singer/guitarist joined the “Tonight Show” host for a quick but memorable segment. With dramatic music playing, the two square off for a chess...
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Dorothy Plans on Making a Black Sabbath-Inspired Album

Dorothy has been touring almost non-stop since releasing their latest album 28 Days in the Valley back in March 2018. From headlining club shows, appearing in music festivals, to touring with the likes of Breaking Benjamin and Greta Van Fleet , Dorothy's star has been consistently on the rise. In...
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The Who, Aerosmith Cancel Shows After Singers Lose Voices

Sometimes it seems like bands like The Who and Aerosmith will go on forever, but both rock and roll hall of famers were reminded this week that they’re not invincible. On Wednesday, The Who had to cut their show in Houston short because singer Roger Daltrey was losing his voice. The band had been...
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Scott Ian of Anthrax Watches 8-Year-Old Son Perform With Foo Fighters

Scott Ian has performed one or two big shows during his career with Anthrax , but watching his son take the training wheels off his own music career had the guitarist beaming. Ian and 8-year-old Revel were watching the Foo Fighters perform from the side of the stage at the Bourbon & Beyond...
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The Black Keys Perform With Wayne Newton in Las Vegas

When in Las Vegas… The Black Keys are revving up the engine on their first tour in four years, and they’re already having fun. The duo from Ohio invited Mr. Las Vegas himself, Wayne Newton , to join them on-stage at Life is Beautiful over the weekend. Newton joined Dan Auerbach , Patrick Carney and...
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Jonathan Davis of Korn on Competing With Tool and Slipknot

Stop, Rock is thriving. In the past month we’ve gotten stellar new albums from Korn , Slipknot , and even Tool . The latter of which only drops an LP every generation or so. All three are in various stages of sold out tours, they continue to rack up some of the biggest numbers of the year, all...
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