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Korn won’t play full album at anniversary shows

Korn will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its breakthrough third album, 1998’s Follow The Leader, by playing three U.S. shows in late summer. But while it was initially assumed that the band would perform the LP from front to back at those shows, singer Jonathan Davis has revealed that only the “majority” of the record…

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Greta Van Fleet extends tour into mid-october

Greta Van Fleet has just announced a brand new slew of tour dates that will extend the young band’s current road schedule well into the fall. The latest additions to the itinerary begin on September 7th in Seattle and end — at least for the time being — on October 11th in Madison, Wisconsin. Bassist…

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Death Cab For Cutie announce new album, share new song

Death Cab For Cutie has announced that its new album, Thank You For Today, will arrive on August 17th. The band has also shared a new song from the LP called “Gold Rush.” The band will play a show in Seattle on June 23rd before launching a North American tour on August 2nd in Salt Lake City.…

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Reunited Smashing Pumpkins lineup perform on ‘Tonight Show’

The Smashing Pumpkins gave their first public performance since reuniting with guitarist James Iha on Monday night (June 11th) when the band performed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The Pumpkins played their new song “Solara,” as well as the 1995 hit “Zero,” the latter of which was only shown online. “Solara” was released…

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Kurt Cobain exhibit in hometown museum destroyed in fire

A fire destroyed the Aberdeen Museum of History in the town of Aberdeen, Washington on Saturday (June 9th), taking with it an entire section of the museum dedicated to Aberdeen native Kurt Cobain, who launched his career and Nirvana in the town. No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire has yet to…

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Thirty Seconds To Mars guitarist quits band

Thirty Seconds To Mars guitarist Tomo Milicevic has quit the band, according to Loudwire. The news came from Milicevic himself in a tweet that said, “I am no longer in Thirty Seconds To Mars. I don’t really know how to explain in a note how I could have come to a decision like this, but…

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‘I don’t know’ if Linkin Park will continue, says Mike Shinoda

Linkin Park vocalist Mike Shinoda spoke about the band’s future during an appearance on the debut episode of the podcast “Inside The Studio.” Asked if the band intends to continue as the one-year anniversary of the death of singer Chester Bennington draws near, Shinoda replied, “I don’t know. That’s the million-dollar question, right? And, unfortunately,…

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Tool singer says fans are ‘gonna see some new music next year’

Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan offered up perhaps his most concrete statement to date regarding the band’s long-awaited new album, which is currently being recorded. While accepting the Metal Hammer Golden Gods Icon Award at a ceremony in London, England on Monday night (June 11th), Keenan said, “A lot of work’s being done, a lot…

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Eddie Vedder single to be given out with Chicago Cubs tickets

Chicago Cubs fans buying tickets for the team’s July 6th game at Wrigley Field against the Cincinnati Reds will get a special bonus with their seats: a seven-inch vinyl single from Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder. The A-side of the single, released through Jack White‘s Third Man Records, will feature “All the Way,” which Illinois…

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Ghost unveils massive North American tour, hits number three on ‘Billboard’

Ghost has announced a massive North American fall tour that will kick off on October 26th in Tulsa, Oklahoma and wrap on December 15th in Brooklyn. The trek includes the Swedish band’s previously announced headlining arena dates at The Forum in Los Angeles, California and Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Pre-sales begin on Thursday (June 14th),…

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