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Fall Out Boy and Panic! At the Disco have a long and, according to recent revelations, unusually colorful history. It started in 2005, when Fall Out Boy frontman Pete Wentz discovered Panic! and introduced them to the world. A long, sometimes booze-addled friendship blossomed...
The Killers have been dropping a Christmas single for nine years, a tradition that started when they turned down an offer from Bono to do an ad for Gap. Frontman Brandon Flowers tells NME: “It really started from being asked to do the RED campaign," referring to the AIDS charity...
Foo Fighters are getting ready to play epic three-hour-plus shows on their 2015 tour, the band tells News.com.au. Guitarist Pat Smear said, "I like playing until they’re done. Dave (Grohl, frontman) can tell, he’s got this connection with the crowd that inspires them. If he wasn...
Billy Corgan, frontman for the Smashing Pumpkins, recently gave us an interesting window into just who he would – and wouldn’t – collaborate with. In an interview with OUI FM Rock Sessions, he said he definitely would work with Miley Cyrus if she called. Corgan explained, "...
A previously unreleased song from late Pantera guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell Abbott has been released via Guitar World. “Whiskey Road” features Abbott on vocals and all the instruments. It was recorded in 2001 during the last leg of Pantera’s “Reinventing The Steel” tour in the U...
Arctic Monkeys have released a short behind-the-scenes film of their recent South American tour, which marked the end of the world touring cycle for the British group's fifth album, AM. The six-and-a-half minute clip shows the band playing tennis, bantering backstage, frolicking...
Teenage Time Killers -- formerly Teenage Time Killer -- have unveiled the full roster of artists who will appear on the punk/metal supergroup's debut album, which has now been titled Teenage Time Killers -- Greatest Hits, Vol. 1. An early 2015 release is in the works although an...
Nine Inch Nails main man Trent Reznor recently participated in a roundtable discussion with other film composers for the Hollywood Reporter, in which he admitted that finding the time to balance his commitments to the band with his work on the score for director David Fincher's...
10 years after its initial release and a month after it came out on Blu-ray for the first time, Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich credits the 2004 documentary on the group, Some Kind Of Monster, with saving the band's career. Ulrich told The Wrap, "The making of the movie was one of...