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Scorpions will mark their 50th anniversary with the reissue of six studio albums and two live collections on November 6th. The reissues are Taken by Force (1977), The Tokyo Tapes (1978), Love Drive (1979), Animal Magnetism (1980), Blackout (1982), Love at First Sting (1984),...
Def Leppard didn't have to work to hard to come up with the title for their new album. Singer Joe Elliott tells North Dakota's Grand Forks Herald that it's just called "Def Leppard because that's what it sounds like. It doesn't sound like any one specific era of Def Leppard. It'...
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is featured in a long-in-the-works documentary called All Things Must Pass, which chronicles the history of the legendary music store chain Tower Records. The film is finally getting released on October 15th after being screened earlier this year...
Fresh off their spring and summer dates opening for Peter Frampton, Cheap Trick will be putting the pedal to metal until just after Thanksgiving with their own string of shows. The band’s upcoming solo run kicks off on September 4th in Royal Oak, Michigan and eventually wraps up...
Genesis keyboardist and co-founder Tony Banks says that his new solo box set was designed specifically for the band's die-hard fans. Newly released is A Chord Too Far, Banks’ four-disc compilation, and he told us that with Genesis likely to never create any more new music...
Two well-established Guns N' Roses fan news sites have cautioned that the recent news about singer Axl Rose and former guitarist Slash reconciling after 19 years doesn't necessarily mean that the classic lineup of the band will reunite. But one of the sites also added that the...
In 2012, Dee Snider complained when Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan used "We're Not Gonna Take It" as his intro music at a rally in Pennsylvania. But he's okay with Donald Trump using the song at the end of every campaign rally he holds. Snider tells TMZ, "...
Shinedown has released a brand new song called "State Of My Head" from the band's upcoming album, Threat To Survival. The track follows the first single, "Cut The Cord," and another new track called "Black Cadillac" as the third tune from the record to be previewed online...
Pete Townshend revealed that he ceded complete creative control to Roger Daltrey for the Who’s 2012/2013 Quadrophenia tour. Townshend, who sat things out when Daltrey toured Tommy with his solo band, recalled to Q magazine, “When we did the last tour, I said I would do it if it...