Last week, it was reported that the former Nirvana drummer, who played on their classic debut album, Bleach, would be inducted. Unfortunately, that has turned out to be untrue.
With the debut of Foster The People’s new album, Supermodel, the three Los Angelenos expressed their concern for social networking. In other words, people may be in love with their phones more than each other.
Between scenes of the band playing in a deserted parking lot, the eerie video follows half a dozen people running from something… something we can only assume is the cannibal.
Pop-rock stalwarts Fall Out Boy have created their own version of Flappy Bird. It’s called Fall Out Bird. This is a real thing.
The only way to tell the difference between the two look-alikes, even on video? Smith’s voice is deeper.
Radiohead just surprised fans with their latest project. And no, it’s not a new album. It’s instead an app because there is always an app for that.
Known to be honest with his fans, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea released a statement addressing the band’s mimed Super Bowl Half-Time Show performance.
The band played as if everyone – fans who paid for their tickets, or the many V.I.P.s, deserved a great show, and that’s what they gave them, from the opening song to the encore of “Everlasting Light” and “I Got Mine.”
Remember Franz Ferdinand’s 2004 hit, “Take Me Out”? No? Well you and Pharrell might have something in common.
With our series ‘Not Fade Away,’ we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades. Today we look at Green Day’s gigantic breakthrough ‘Dookie,’ which turned 20 this week.