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Trent Reznor Releasing Three New Albums For HBO's 'Watchmen'

Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have been keeping pretty busy. At the end of last year, they worked on the score for Netflix's hit movie, Bird Box , and they've announced yet another movie project, working with Pixar to score next year's Soul . In the meantime, though, their latest scoring project is...
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Tom DeLonge's To the Stars Academy Working With U.S. Army

Who’s laughing now? More than a few eyes rolled when Tom DeLonge launched To the Stars Academy to research and promote the existence of UFOs, but the organization is suddenly establishing itself as a reputable resource. TTSA announced a deal with the U.S. Army to share its research on mind-blowing...
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Coldplay Tease New Double Album with a Letter to Fans

Coldplay will make their long-awaited return when they release their eighth studio album Everyday Life on November 22nd, according to a new letter sent to fans. Not only does it mark the band's first record since 2015's A Head Full of Dreams , but Coldplay will be making up for lost time by making...
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Billie Joe Armstrong Loves Shakira's Green Day Cover

Imagine the possibilities. This weekend Shakira shared a cover of Green Day ’s classic, “Basket Case,” offering a bright and animated version of the group’s song. As her producer strums along on the acoustic guitar, the “Hips Don’t Lie” singer finds the vibe and bounces along. “Me, being a basket...
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Dave Matthews: 'Honor' Just to Be Nominated for Rock Hall of Fame

This week we learned about the new group of nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, a diverse collection of genre-bending, generation-influencing, trailblazing artists that might be part of the class of 2020. Nine of the nominees are on the ballot for the first time . They include The Doobie...
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Pat Benatar, Doobie Brothers, Soundgarden Take Early Lead in Rock Hall Fan Voting

If music lovers have anything to say about it, Pat Benatar , The Doobie Brothers and Soundgarden can start making plans to be in Cleveland next year. The three artists have jumped out to an early lead in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Fan Vote. With more than a million ballots already cast,...
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Marilyn Manson Is Coming for You in Creepy New 'God's Gonna Cut You Down’

“God’s Gonna Cut You Down” is already an ominous song, made exponentially creepier by the expert, Marilyn Manson . Manson has shared his version of the folk song, made popular by Johnny Cash for his American V: A Hundred Highways album in 2006. The Manson take doesn’t stray far from that idea, but...
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Beck Dishes on New Album ‘Hyperspace,’ Shares Two New Songs

Beck has a lot to live up to as he announces the follow-up to his GRAMMY-winning 2017 album Colors , and he’s taking a different approach this time around. He enlisted Pharrell to produce most of the tracks, and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin among others for backing vocals. Beck ’s 14th studio LP...
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On Tour: The Black Keys Bring the Basement Back to the Arena

You won’t find fireworks at a Black Keys show. There are no pyro cannons or confetti storms, no wristbands that blink in time to the beat. They don’t come to a satellite stage and slap high-fives, or venture into the crowd as security surrounds the scene. There’s no surprise guests, no surprises at...
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Brandon Boyd Says More New Incubus Music is on the Way

Incubus is already responsible for one of the best songs of the year with “Into the Summer,” and the California band has plenty more where that came from. In a response to a fan’s question on Twitter, frontman Brandon Boyd said the track that was released in August was just the first of a handful...
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