It’s right in line band’s patented cynical yet pro-American mantra, with lyrics like “Raise up the flagpole till ya shoot it down/ Salute that flag now better safe than sound.” It shows a band torn between love and hate for the good ‘ol US of A.
KROQ’s Weenie Roast always brings a surprise guest and Saturday’s (May 18) show was no exception. The concert put together two huge names for an unexpected performance: Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington. The group […]
Muse‘s long awaited “Panic Station” video is here and likely to shock your senses. Matt Bellamy, Dominic Howard and Chris Wolstenhome slid into fluorescent tights and stepped right into what looks like a video game. […]
Having released their first album in 1982, it’s likely that Bad Religion founding member and frontman Greg Graffin never would have guessed his teen punk band would still be making music 30 years later, let […]
As Shiny Toy Guns approach the October 23rd release date for their 5th full-length album titled, III, the Southern California electro-rock band has released the first in a series of exclusive sneak peeks into the […]
The Black Keys’ Want Danger Mouse To Produce Next Album, May Be Busy With U2, “Hopefully He Has Time”
The Black Keys are the Energizer Bunnies of rock ‘n roll. Constantly touring yet always itching to get back into Dan Auerbach’s Nashville studio, the duo revealed in an interview with CBS Local that they’ll […]
Next time Chicago rockers Rise Against are playing your town and you see a familiar tattooed frame speeding by on a bicycle, it might be frontman Tim McIlrath. When the political punk rocker was asked […]