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Metallica began its weeklong residency on CBS-TV's The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson in a nostalgic mood on Monday night (November 17th), performing the song "Hit The Lights.” The track is the opening number from the band's 1983 debut album, Kill 'Em All. Drummer Lars...
A biopic about Guns N' Roses could be on the way as talks are in progress to turn Marc Canter's 2007 book, Reckless Road: Guns N’ Roses And The Making Of Appetite For Destruction into a feature film. Canter said, "I do have a big say-so on the script which is still being put...
Foo Fighters are expected to announce the dates of a 2015 North American tour today (November 18th) in support of the newly released Sonic Highways album. Foo Fighters currently have two 2015 U.S. shows on the schedule, including Washington's RFK Stadium on July 4th and Chicago'...
Nickelback's eighth studio album, No Fixed Address, arrived in stores on Monday (November 17th) and follows up the Canadian act's 2011 effort Here And Now. With the music industry changing and people finding new ways to deliver and obtain music, we asked frontman Chad Kroeger if...
The Who has announced London's Hyde Park as the final gig of their The Who Hits 50! UK tour. Joining the band on June 26th with be Paul Weller, Kaiser Chiefs, and Johnny Marr -- with additional acts still to be announced. The show will mark the band's fourth appearance at Hyde...
Journey and the Steve Miller Band have just rolled out a few more 2015 dates. This time around, the band isn’t waiting on summer, with four new shows on the books for March, with special guests Tower Of Power once again serving as the tour’s opening act. As it stands now, the...
Out today (November 18th) is eagerly awaited star-studded Paul McCartney tribute album, titled, The Art Of McCartney. The multi-disc set marks the first officially sanctioned collection featuring songs from his Beatles, Wings, and solo catalogues. Highlights on the 42-track set...
AC/DC guitarist Angus Young has spoken publicly for the first time about his brother and bandmate Malcolm's struggle with dementia in a new interview with Rolling Stone, revealing that Malcolm was already showing signs of his illness on the band's last album, 2008's Black Ice...
Well, this is embarrassing: in what was obviously meant as a friendly gesture, U2 sent a case of Guinness beer to Slash to welcome him to Dublin for his recent show at the Irish city's 3Arena. The only problem? Slash is a recovering alcoholic. But the former Guns N' Roses...