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Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor spoke out in the latest issue of Kerrang! magazine about the subject of illegal downloading, following the recent arrest of a Los Angeles man for leaking nine unreleased Guns N' Roses tracks online. Taylor said that the record labels only have...
Travis Barker is pimping out his hospital room as he recovers from burns sustained in an airplane accident on September 19th. According to Barker's pal, music producer Jermaine Dupri, the drummer has outfitted his room with iPods, computers, and various other high-tech gadgets...
Singer-songwriter Ben Folds is plotting his next move, and it's with High Fidelity author Nick Hornby. Folds told news.com. au that he and the British novelist are planning to do an album in which Folds writes the music and Hornby writes the lyrics. The duo first worked together...
The version of Fall Out Boy's "I Don't Care" video that went up on iTunes last week is not the edit the band approved. Bassist Pete Wentz called "foul" on the iTunes version Friday (September 26th), saying that the band did not consent to the product placement of camera phones...
We heard that Saliva and Drowning Pool were getting together for their second tour of the year together and now it's official. The bands start rocking venues from Ohio to South Carolina and throughout Texas, beginning October 17th in Saint Petersburg, Florida. Tantric and Jet...
U2 lead singer Bono is moonlighting as a blogger for London's Financial Times newspaper this week. The anti-poverty crusader is dispatching reports for the publication about New York's Millenium Development Goals summit and related meetings. Bono has blogged about his...
Avenged Sevenfold had to shut down their busy touring schedule two weeks ago when singer M. Shadows was advised by doctors to rest his strained vocal cords. Although guitarist Synyster Gates planned to spend some of the downtime biking and surfing in his hometown of Huntington...
Nickelback's forthcoming album might just be slapped with one of those parental warning stickers. Tentatively titled Dark Horse, the sixth studio effort from the Canadian rockers is teeming with adult themes and lyrics that could make it a tough sell to radio and fans' parents...
AC/DC isn't crying over the fact that its songs aren't available on iTunes. In fact, the band thinks it's a good thing it's not in business with the Internet retailer. Lead singer Angus Young told Rolling Stone, "We've actually increased our back catalog sales without being on...