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Creed singer Scott Stapp's teenage son Jagger has weighed in on his father's current situation, telling fans on Twitter that his dad "chose drugs over his family." According to Classic Rock, Jagger Stapp has urged his father to get help, claiming that the singer has been on a "...
The Killers have continued their annual tradition of releasing a new Christmas single around the holidays with "Joel, The Lump Of Coal." The song features late night host Jimmy Kimmel and the music video made its debut during Monday night’s (December 1st) episode of Jimmy Kimmel...
The Smashing Pumpkins are now streaming their new album, Monuments To An Elegy, in its entirety at iTunes. The follow-up to 2012's Oceania comes out next Tuesday (December 9th). The band is heading out on a short tour with Rage Against The Machine's Brad Wilk on drums and the...
Former My Chemical Romance bassist Mikey Way has just opened up to fans about his struggles with drug and alcohol addiction in a lengthy statement posted online. Way candidly discusses hitting "rock bottom" several times, distancing himself from his loved ones and being unable...
Flyleaf will headline the 2015 edition of the annual SnoCore Festival tour, with Adelitas Way, Framing Hanley and Fit For Rivals joining them on the bill. Flyleaf is touring behind its recent Between The Stars album, while Adelitas Way is out in support of its third studio...
Halestorm has finished recording the hugely anticipated follow-up to 2012's chart-topping The Strange Case Of . . . . The yet-to-be-titled new disc was recorded in Nashville and is slated to arrive in 2015. Halestorm will support Eric Chuch on a second leg of his Outsiders World...
Dave Grohl recently revealed that late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was very excited to hear an early Foo Fighters demo while Nirvana was touring in 1992. In the latest episode of the Sonic Highways HBO documentary series, Grohl recalled Cobain’s reaction upon hearing an early...
British heavy rock duo Royal Blood has been given the stamp of approval by none other than Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. The legendary musician told NME, "I went to hear them in New York. They were fantastic. Absolutely riveting. They're such fine musicians. It's music of...
In the latest bizarre turn of events in the case of Creed singer Scott Stapp, the troubled vocalist has apparently started a new crowdsourcing campaign to raise $480,000 so that he can record a new solo album and write his first novel. Stapp posted a link at Creed's Facebook...