From the looks of Fall Out Boy’s new video for “Rat a Tat” off their 2013 album, Save Rock and Roll, you should be afraid, very afraid of Courtney Love.
“When asked how important Frances Bean’s well-being is to the defendant, her lip began to quiver and she teared up, avowing, ‘It’s the most important thing,’” SPIN reports.
While Courtney Love’s former contemporaries in Nirvana score a nomination for entry into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, Love, 49, will end 2013 nomination-less, but nonetheless moving forward.
In a new interview, Love discusses her forthcoming solo album, nearly being the subject of a reality show and that she’s given Jay-Z the go-ahead to use lyrics from Nirvana’s 1991 smash hit.
The former Hole frontwoman has lined up seven shows in the northeastern U.S., hitting Philadelphia, Boston, New York and more.
As it’s become almost expected in the increasingly digital-driven music industry, Fall Out Boy has posted an online stream of each of its highly-anticipated fifth album, Save Rock and Roll, one week ahead of the […]
Hole frontwoman Courtney Love has been busy, currently starring in a splashy ad campaign for Saint Laurent alongside Marilyn Manson and Sonic Youth‘s Kim Gordon. Furthermore, Fall Out Boy recently announced that she appears on […]