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Five Finger Death Punch singer Ivan Moody is working on his first solo album but says he will wait until the time is right to release it. According to Blabbermouth, Moody said on the Jasta Show podcast, "It's not done yet. I'm taking my time on it. My plate's full. (Five Finger...
Slipknot comes fully back on Tuesday (October 21st), as the Iowa-based band releases .5: The Gray Chapter, its first new album in six years. The disc caps a very turbulent period for the masked rockers in which they dealt with the death of bassist Paul Gray and the firing of...
According to an "Official Statement" posted on the Sick Puppies' Facebook page, singer/guitarist Shimon Moore is "no longer with the band and is pursuing other endeavors." The statement goes on to say that remaining members Emma Anzai (bass) and Mark Goodwin (drums) are...
The Foo Fighters closed out their week-long stint at Late Show With David Letterman with a Top Ten list reading. The subject? "Top Ten Things Foo Fighters Would Like To Say After Spending a Week at the Late Show." And here's the list: 10. We agreed to be here cause we thought...
Pearl Jam gave fans at their Moline, Illinois concert on Friday (October 17th) a big treat when they played their 1996 album, No Code, from top to bottom in its entirety. After the show, the band tweeted, "No Code. Front to back. #PJMoline #PJFall2014," along with the set list,...
Papa Roach's upcoming eighth studio album, F.E.A.R. (Face Everything And Rise), was a bit of a departure from the band's usual creative method. They recently discussed their process with Blabbermouth and revealed a bit of what fans can expect from the news tracks. Lead singer...
Foo Fighters recorded its upcoming album Sonic Highways in eight U.S. cities, including Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. We asked bassist Nate Mendel which of the eight towns that Foo Fighters visited was his favorite...
Fall Out Boy has released the video for their single “Centuries.” Pete Wentz said of the gladiator-themed clip, "Getting back up. Dusting it off. My dad used to tell me the most important part of any of it was getting back up on the horse – I didn’t grow up on a farm – but it...
Julian Casablancas hasn't had a drink in years but says it took a good five years after getting sober to shake that hungover feeling. He told Rolling Stone that he doesn't enjoy playing tracks from The Strokes' back-catalogue live because he doesn't "feel anything from it"...