Music News

A bizarre story reported last week, in which a man initially identified as Van Halen singer David Lee Roth was saved by Canadian police after a severe allergic reaction to nuts, has gotten even weirder. According to Canada's Sun Media, while the man first stopped by southern...
The Who was saluted on Saturday night (July 12th) with performances by Pearl Jam, the Foo Fighters, Incubus, the Flaming Lips, Tenacious D, and Adam Sandler, before performing a nine-song set themselves, during the taping of VH1 Rock Honors: The Who at Pauley Pavilion on the...
Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz told RollingStone.com on Friday (July 11th) that he and singer Patrick Stump are finally writing songs for the band's fourth album. Wentz explained, "Patrick's obviously been writing all the music, and the words haven't even really come in yet. I'...
Rehab launched a headlining summer tour last Thursday (July 10th) in Cleveland to promote the major label release of the band's latest album, Graffiti The World. The disc comes out on Tuesday (July 15th) and features the group's current hit, "Bartender Song (Sittin' at a Bar)."...
Veteran rock manager Stu Sobol, who handled the careers of Seether, Three Days Grace, A Perfect Circle and many others, died on Thursday (July 10th). According to Hits Daily Double, Sobol passed away from complications following a bout with pneumonia. His age was not disclosed...
Ex-Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch's new single, called "Flush," became available on iTunes earlier this week and is already making its way onto rock radio stations around the country. The track is taken from Welch's debut solo album, Save Me From Myself, which has been set...
Linkin Park vocalist Mike Shinoda will premiere his second art exhibition, titled Glorious Excess, on Saturday (July 12th) at the George and Sakaye Aratani Central Hall of the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles. The show, which features a series of new paintings...
Metallica has confirmed that a deluxe box set edition of its upcoming album, Death Magnetic, first announced by a Norwegian music retailer, will also be available in the U.S. The limited edition set will come in a coffin box and consist of one CD featuring the album, another...
Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. told Planet Sound that the New York-based band has to make a new album in 2009, or else people might well forget about the band entirely. Hammond said, "If we don't make a Strokes record before (the end of 2009), people will think that's the...