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Three Days Grace bassist Brad Walst told Billboard on Friday (July 18th) that the band's fifth studio album is well on its way to completion, saying, "We've been writing non-stop and recording a lot. We have a good 10 songs, probably, recorded. We're almost done with this record...
Avril Lavigne is suing a concert streaming company for agreeing to pay her for a performance, but they have yet to hold up their end of the bargain. TMZ has reported that Avril was supposed to get paid $500,000 for doing a show in NYC, but nearly a year after the performance she...
Former Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver singer Scott Weiland may be permanently barred from ever returning to STP again, but apparently he still thinks that a reunion with the latter group is still possible. Weiland told French Canadian newspaper La Presse, "Velvet...
Slipknot has posted another eerie teaser for its new album at the band's official website, following the arrival of a brief and supremely creepy video clip just last week. According to Loudwire, the site now has two bars underneath a revolving star-shaped symbol on the site's...
With San Diego's massive Comic-Con International right around the corner, Stone Sour has released one last lyric video from its conceptual double album House Of Gold And Bones. The clip is for the title track, which appeared on the second of the two discs, and goes heavy on...
Two of the most legendary names in alternative rock get together this weekend to kick off their first-ever co-headlining tour, as Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails launch their summer trek on Saturday (July 19th) in Las Vegas. Some of the shows may find Soundgarden performing its...
Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder has posted a lengthy statement at the group's website in which he responds to the attacks directed against him over anti-war comments he made at a show in England last Friday (July 11th). Some claimed that Vedder's remarks accused Israel of...
The Black Keys, Jack White and Linkin Park are among the handful of rock acts getting any sort of recognition this year from the MTV Video Music Awards. The nominations for the show were announced and typically leaned in the direction of pop, dance and urban music, with the...
Former My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way has revealed in a new interview with Kerrang! magazine that the Goth-punk band was never supposed to continue beyond its 2006 album, The Black Parade, and that the fact that the band did carry on for another six years left him "sick,...