Rock

Your One Chance To See An Amazing Rock Supergroup

Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, GNR, Coldplay, DMB members join forces
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M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold performs

Avenged Sevenfold Releases ‘Black Reign’ and Talks Upcoming Music

Avenged Sevenfold is ready to dive into writing new music.
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Chris Cornell

Listen To A Haunting New Track From Chris Cornell

"When Bad Does Good" to be included on career retrospective
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David Draiman of Disturbed

Disturbed Tackles Mental Health and Addiction in “A Reason To Fight”

After sharing the heavy and hard-hitting “Are You Ready,” Disturbed has delivered a profound ballad with their brand new single, “A Reason To Fight.”
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Slash Plays Whiskey a Go Go

EXCLUSIVE: How Far Slash Has Come Since First Hearing Himself on the Radio

Slash is celebrating his latest solo release by talking about collabs, his first time hearing himself on the radio and how far he's come since then.
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Shinedown, Metallica, Slipknot

Shinedown, Metallica, Slipknot and More to Appear in WWE 2K19 Soundtrack

A high-caliber game deserves a high-caliber soundtrack.
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Kirk Hammett and James Hetfield of Metallica

Metallica to Play Acoustic Benefit Show

The metal legends are continuing their charitable efforts.
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Nine Inch Nails launch their U.S. tour at Comerica Theatre in Phoenix on Sept. 13, 2018.

Nine Inch Nails Perform "The Perfect Drug" for First Time Ever

Do you hear that? It's the sound of Nine Inch Nails fans everywhere screaming with delight at some of the songs showing up on these Cold and Black and Infinite Tour setlists. First it was the entire Broken EP. Then, during their stop at Red Rocks in Colorado, for the first time EVER, NIN performed...
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Jack White

This Jack White-Upholstered Ottoman Could Have a Rare Record Inside

How is this piece of 90s furniture worth almost $4,000, you ask? Because Jack White upholstered it.
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Vintage crate of vinyl records

Watch the Trailer for New Horror Series 'Deadwax'

Look out hipsters and dudes in their 50s/60s who probably saw Jackson Brown at the Capitol Theatre back in '76! There's a new television show about a vinyl record that kills people!
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