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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...
What's described as a "dirty viral video" for the new Buckcherry song "Too Drunk to F***" has surfaced online at YouTube and various other outlets. The song comes off the band's upcoming album, Black Butterfly, and was reportedly "leaked" online last week, although some evidence...
Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament and guitarist Stone Gossard are prepping for this weekend's reunion performance with Green River, the Seattle-based band in which both musicians got their start. The group, which also features members of Mudhoney and was one of the earliest...
Daughtry's self-titled debut album, originally issued in the fall of 2006, will be reissued in a deluxe edition on September 9th. According to Tunelab Music, the expanded CD/DVD package will include four additional songs, including acoustic versions of "Home" and "What About Now...
My Chemical Romance's new live CD/DVD package, The Black Parade is Dead!, debuted at Number 22 on this week's Billboard album chart on Wednesday (July 9th), selling 23,000 copies in its first week of release. But My Chemical Romance did not have the biggest rock debut of the...
Rise Against has nearly completed work on its fifth full-length studio album, which will follow up 2006's The Sufferer and the Witness. According to Gigwise.com, the punk outfit is considering Moon Rock as one possible title for the disc, which was mostly recorded in Colorado...
Oasis guitarist and songwriter Noel Gallagher told England's BBC Radio that the veteran British band has no intention of making its next album available as either a free or pay-what-you-want download. Gallagher explained, "I didn't spend a year in the most expensive studio in...