Kanye West released his highly-anticipated album Yeezus today, and along with it, a short film inspired by a scene in 2000's American Psycho, where Christian Bale plays banking executive with a psychopathic alter ego. Watch it below.
Helping to cement fan suspicion that Drake’s upcoming (and currently without a released date) third album, Nothing Was The Same, will be released late in the summer, Drake has announced a large, 41-city North American tour for this autumn.
Morrissey has announced that he'll be hitting the road once again. The singer revealed a tour that will hit major cities across South America. Also, Kanye West's highly-anticipated album Yeezus leaked online today, sparking an Internet wild-fire. We also have updates on Mumford & Sons' cancelled appearance at the Bonnaroo Festival and more.
Another day, another beloved band is reuniting. This time, it’s the beloved rock ‘n punk band The Replacements. Something of a drunken 1980s version of The Faces, The Replacements famously played/imploded at their final show in Chicago in 1991. As The AV Club notes, while the band never officially announced a break-up, their hiatus of two...
2 Chainz's week has been a series of unfortunate events. Earlier this week it was reported that the Atlanta MC was robbed at gunpoint in San Francisco. Now, news sources say that the rapper was arrested at LAX on Tuesday (June 11) for possession of marijuana after he was caught with the drug in terminal 5.
Kanye West has confirmed that the robotic-duo of the moment, Daft Punk, will appear on his highly-anticipated album Yeezus, which drops next week. (Can you feel the excitement?) The rapper also revealed that Chief Keef and Bon Iver's Justin Vernon are expected to appear on the same song titled "Can't Handle My Liquor."
2013 is shaping up to be a great year for Queens of the Stone Age fans—not only is their new album, …Like Clockwork, their best album since 2002’s Songs for the Deaf, but the band has now announced an extensive fall tour in support of the LP. Will they be coming to your town?
Vampire Weekend gathered a bunch of cool artists for the first official music video for their latest album Modern Vampires of the City. You can watch it below. Also, Brian Wilson has announced that he's working on a new solo album. And Nine Inch Nails has an opening for a new guitarist. All that and more below.
Since Trent Reznor’s “retirement” of Nine Inch Nails only lasted a mere four years, it comes as no surprise that the head Nail announced today that he was adding a slew of tour dates to Nine Inch Nails’ preexisting summer festival dates, and then announced a brand new album, and then announced a new single.
Despite what Noel Gallagher might say about never, ever reuniting Oasis (not even 'if all the starving children in the world depended on it', his brother Liam feels differently. The Beady Eye singer revealed that he was interested in reforming the band next year, just in time for 20th anniversary of their debut album Definitely Maybe.
Detroit's Masonic Temple owes a debt of gratitude to musician Jack White, since, thanks to him, the building escaped foreclosure. Word from Detroit news station WXYZ is that White was the mystery donor who paid off the temple's outstanding tax bill of $142,000 thus keeping it from closing its doors to the public. No too shabby eh?
Auteur David Lynch seems to be spending most of his time to making music instead of making films, which is alright with us (as long as he's making something, right?). In the last few years he's released a collaborative effort with Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse titled Dark Night of the Soul, and his debut solo album, Crazy...
Snoop Dogg, previously known as Snoop Dogg, released a smoke-filled music video for his new single "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks." Former Disney star Miley Cyrus is also seen in the clip, and let's just say she's come a long way since her days as Hannah Montana... but in a good way. Check out the video below:
Daft Punk’s recently released album Random Access Memories is dominating the charts and breaking records along the way. According to reports Memories has broken the Spotify record for most streams in a single week; and it's expected to debut at the top of the Billboard 200 chart.
Nine Inch Nails have announced plans to release a new studio album under their new label Columbia Records. The followup to 2008's The Slip will hit stores and digital shelves this year, so get excited.
After all the fuss and denial it turns out that, Kanye West is releasing an album on June 18. He also gave the thing a name. We have the details on that below. Also, She & Him released a music video for "I Could've Been Your Girl." And Coachella has announced its dates for next year. All that and more below.
Tim Lambesis, frontman for the Christian metal band As I Lay Dying, has not had the best of months. First he gets busted trying to hire an undercover police officer for $1,000 to murder his wife. So now not only is he be charged with that crime, the world knows he’s kind of cheap, too. But hey, silver lining—it wasn’t Lambesis’ fault. According...
Ke$ha's Crazy Beautiful Life is getting her in trouble with the Parent Television Council. Apparently, the conservative council is not too keen on having the children of America see the pop singer drink her own pee on the tube.
Our prayers have been answered: The Clash have announced plans to release their entire back catalog in a boombox-shaped box set. The set, titled Sound System, is due out September 9th. It includes the band's 1977′s The Clash, 1978′s Give ‘Em Enough Rope, 1979′s London Calling,...
The Doors, one of the most successful rock bands of the 1960s and early 1970s—thanks to an irresistible grab-bag of dark, psychedelic rock and blues jams making up their oft-played and sold greatest hits—lost another member today: founding member and keyboardist Ray Manzarek, who died of bile duct cancer. He was 74. The other founding member of the...