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Rock Quick Hits: Green Day, Eddie Vedder, and more


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  • An unreleased Green Day instrumental from the band's 2013 documentary Cuatro! has surfaced. Unofficially titled "That Just Happened," the instrumental seems to be recorded live in the studio — but never mixed. It was apparently included in a bonus chapter of the documentary, which was released in September 2013. (Alternative Press)

CHECK IT OUT: Here is the Green Day instrumental

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  • Eddie Vedder reunited with former Pearl Jam drummer Jack Irons on Friday night (March 17th) in Seattle, where Irons was opening for another one of his former bands, Red Hot Chili Peppers, at the Key Arena. Vedder surprised fans by joining Irons for a cover of Pink Floyd’s “Shine On You Crazy Diamond." (Consequence Of Sound)

WATCH: Here's Eddie Vedder performing with Jack Irons

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  • Giraffe Tongue Orchestra, the band featuring Alice In Chains singer William DuVall alongside members of Mastodon and The Dillinger Escape Plan, made its U.S. live debut Friday night (March 17th) at the Sunset Room in Austin, Texas during this year's South By Southwest festival. Giraffe Tongue Orchestra's debut album, Broken Lines, was released last September. (Blabbermouth)

CHECK IT OUT: Watch fan-filmed footage of Giraffe Tongue Orchestra's first U.S. show

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  • The official lyric video for the song "Changed Man" from Art Of Anarchy, the band featuring Creed singer Scott Stapp alongside Disturbed bassist John Moyer and ex-Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, can now be seen online. The track is taken from Art Of Anarchy's sophomore album, The Madness, which will be released this Friday (March 24th). (Blabbermouth)

CHECK IT OUT: Watch Art of Anarchy's lyric video for "Changed Man"

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