Rock

Witness the Most Metal Wedding Party in History, Featuring Disturbed and System Of A Down

A recent wedding party in Nigeria got down with the sickness, with attendees sharing the enthusiasm of the entire party singing along and dancing to the extraordinary heavy metal playlist.
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Kid Rock's Nashville Bar Faces Suspension After Violating Social Distance Rules

This week upon officially re-opening for Phase-2 of the city’s COVID-19 response, the beer permit for Kid Rock’s Nashville watering hole, as well as two others on the Downtown strip, were quickly suspended for violating social distancing guidelines.
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Lamb of God Takes a Ride Through History From the Industrial Revolution With New, Self-Titled Album

On Lamb of God’s new, self-titled album, frontman Randy Blythe tackles a number of different issues, including environmental pollution, immigration, and politics in general.
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Coachella and Stagecoach Festivals Officially Cancelled for 2020

Goldenvoice, the company behind both Coachella and Stagecoach, has been in close communication with health officials about the future for the festivals.
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Fans Want the City of Richmond to Replace Robert E. Lee Statue With GWAR Frontman

The “scumdogs” of Richmond, VA are calling for a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Richmond to be replaced with one of late GWAR frontman(?) Oderus Urungus.
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Taste Of Chicago, Lollapalooza and More Canceled Due to COVID-19

Taste Of Chicago, Lollapalooza & More Canceled Due To COVID… The new events include at-home dance parties, drive-in movies, and virtual concerts.
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Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello Schools Commenter on His Political Experience

Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello shared an oldie but goodie from his Instagram, showing an interaction with a commenter who called him out for being just “another successful musician instantly [becoming] a political expert.”
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Why Pearl Jam Released the Uncensored Version of 'Jeremy' Video, 28 Years Later

Pearl Jam has lent their hand in support of National Wear Orange Day with the release of a new shirt with all proceeds going towards supporting organizations that work to prevent gun violence along with the original uncensored “Jeremy” music video.
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Willie Nelson, Paul Simon, and Gary Clark Jr. Lined Up for 'A Night for Austin' Benefit

Willie Nelson and Paul Simon are joining forces to host a star-studded livestream concert supporting the city of Austin. Fittingly dubbed “A Night for Austin”, the evening of music is set to take place on June 10 at 8PM CT.
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Pearl Jam: 'We Do Not Want to Contribute to White Voices Overtaking the Narrative'

“Pearl Jam was started with a love for music and social justice,” the grunge rockers write in a Facebook post. “Our organization has been reflecting on where unconscious racism is still showing up in our own lives and how we can do better.”
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