The Foo Fighters are heading back to the stage. After going on hiatus last year, the band is set to perform together in Mexico City next month (December). More details on that below. Also, Lady Gaga will host SNL for the first time ever. All that and more below.
Kanye West’s Yeezus tour hasn’t exactly been the most fortuitous for the rapper thus far. The rapper had already had to scrap the second night of the tour, set to be in Vancouver, and move it back to October 31st—that’s today. However, it was announced today that tonight’s make-up show in Vancouver, along with a number of other dates, were being postponed again.
30 Seconds To Mars' latest music video is an ode to Los Angeles. Kanye West, Lindsay Lohan, James Franco and Selena Gomez are among the famous faces that appear in "City of Angels," a 10-minute music video/short film directed by Jared Leto. Check it out below.
The Jonas Brothers have officially broken up. After ditching their tour due to a "deep, creative rift" (despite not being creative), the band of brothers are calling it quits for now.
There are some days in which news breaks that is so inexplicable, so fundamentally at odds with the reality of the universe that we’ve come to accept, that we can barely comprehend the information that our brains are attempting to process. News so shocking, so unprepared-for by our fragile psyches, that it forces us to question the basic precepts and foundation of reality itself. This...
Kings Of Leon are hitting the road. The band has announced that they'll be touring next February to support their latest record Mechanical Bull. Also, Pink has postponed her current tour in Canada to rest her vocal cords. All that and More below.
Arcade Fire’s fourth album, Reflektor, is set for an October 29th release date, and is likely one of the most anticipated rock albums of 2013. So of course it’s a big deal when Reflektor gets the inevitable “hey, want to stream it online a week before it comes out, since the thing’s going to leak online anyway?” streaming release.
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong and songstress Norah Jones have teamed up to cover the Everly Brothers. The two musicians will release Foreverly, a modern-day reworking of the Everly Brothers' 1958 country folk covers album Songs Our Daddy Taught Us.
The nominees for the first-ever YouTube Music Awards have been announced. The roster is filled with popular names like Lady Gaga, Eminem, Justin Bieber, One Direction and Miley Cyrus. But there are some lesser known artists in the mix. Check out the full list of nominees below.
Because he’s Kanye West and easily confuses making blatantly and crassly provocative statements with creating deep and meaningful art, the tour merch for his latest tour features all of the following: Metallica logos, skeleton’s wearing Native American headdresses, and, oh yeah, Confederate flags. It’s so shocking and provocative, you guys!
Thom Yorke's Atoms For Peace premiered a new video during their live performance at the Hollywood Bowl on Wednesday night. The band waited after their second encore to reveal to the audience the unique clip for "Before Your Very Eyes," from AMOK. (We have that video for you below.) Also, Cat Power has announced a solo tour. All that and more below.
Since the universe seems to be an ever-increasing expanse of bleak coldness in which a cruel and godless randomness defines all and mere existence itself is nothing but an agonizing blip of tortured consciousness that is snuffed out almost as soon as it flares against the nothingness, it’s nice to get some good news now and again. Right? Right. Which is why the news that the...
Eminem is returning to SNL. The rapper is set to make his sixth trip to the late night show as musical guest on Nov. 2. Scandal and Django Unchained star Kerry Washington will host for the first time.
U2 are hoping to finish their new album later this year, with the goal of releasing it in early 2014. Bass player Adam Clayton revealed in a radio interview that the band are really trying to finish the project soon, and spoke a little about the sound of the album.
Blur’s Damon Albarn has always held an interest in/ been a champion of world music, so it’s no surprise when the frontman of one of Brit-pop’s greatest exports sets his sights on an eclectic side gig, as he is currently doing. What is surprising, however, is who will be performing music with him.
Eminem's upcoming album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, will feature artists like Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna and one of the guys from fun. The rapper released the tracklist for his new album earlier today, and we have the complete roster below. Also, Atoms For Peace, who are currently on tour right now, offered a cover of Mavin Gaye's "Got To Give It Up." All that and more...
Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel will face each other today (October 9) for the first time since their supposed Twitter feud. If you recall (how could you not really), West gave the interview of a lifetime to BBC 1 radio host Zane Lowe, and Kimmel wrongly decided to poke fun at it by having children re-enact some of the more memorable moments of the sit-down session. As you might...
Imagine Dragons will hit the road once more before heading back into the studio to produce more music. The band revealed a massive 21-date arena tour, called Into The Night, which will kick off next February in Boise, Idaho. Check out the dates below.
As The AV Club notes, in years past, a new Pearl Jam record meant waiting in line for a midnight release at your favorite indie record store. In 2013? Not so much. Unfortunately, the technology of convenience has stolen some of the more fun and fetishized moments of record collection, as the band has already allowed their newest album, Lightning...
If you thought Miley Cyrus' latest music videos were a bit outrageous, Rihanna is about to change your perspective. The erotic pop star released her new video for "Pour It Up," which leaves very little to the imagination. Check it out below. Also, Best Coast released a new song this week; and the new Sleigh Bells album is available to stream. All that and more below.