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Bad Wolves present Dolores O’Riordan’s family with $250,000 check at NYC show

ABC Digital  ·  June 20, 2018

When they released their cover of the Cranberries hit "Zombie," Bad Wolves announced that they'd be donating their proceeds from the song to the children of the late Dolores O'Riordan. The band made good on their promise when they presented O'Riordan's son Taylor, step-son Donny Jr. and ex-husband Don Burton with a check for $25... Read More

Sevendust plans tour dates with Clutch

ABC Digital  ·  June 19, 2018

Sevendust has announced a North American tour with Clutch, beginning September 18 in St. Paul, Minnesota. The trek will conclude October 28 in Philadelphia. Visit Sevendust.com for ticket info. The Atlanta metallers will be touring behind their new album, All I See Is War, which features the single "Dirty." Clutch, meanwhile, will releas... Read More

Alice in Chains adds fall leg to North American tour

ABC Digital  ·  June 18, 2018

Alice in Chains has added another leg to its North American headlining tour. The fall outing begins October 16 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and wraps up October 28 in Hollywood, Florida. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 22, at 10 a.m. local time via AliceinChains.com. The grunge icons will be touring in support of their forthcoming al... Read More

Metallica chooses three charities to receive Polar Music Prize award money

ABC Digital  ·  June 18, 2018

Last week, Metallica was honored with Sweden's Polar Music Prize, also known as the "Nobel Prize of Music." Winners of the prestigious distinction also receive a monetary award of one million Swedish kronor -- currently about $113,500 -- which Metallica is donating to three charities. According to the Polar Music Prize Twitter, Metallica... Read More

Bullet for My Valentine’s new album “Gravity” is “immensely personal,” says frontman

ABC Digital  ·  June 14, 2018

From songs like "Over It" and "Letting You Go," it's clear that Bullet for My Valentine frontman Matt Tuck is pursuing a more personal direction on the band's forthcoming new album, Gravity. However, as Tuck tells Metal Injection, calling Gravity a "personal" record is quite the understatement. "It's immensely personal, the most personal... Read More

Greta Van Fleet schedules fall North American tour

ABC Digital  ·  June 13, 2018

The Greta Van Fleet train won't be slowing down any time soon: the "Highway Tune" rockers have announced a new batch of North American tour dates beginning September 7 in Seattle. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 15 at 10 a.m. via GretaVanFleet.com. Greta Van Fleet is currently on tour in Europe, and they'll return to the U.S. for... Read More

Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus: My son thinks I’m a “lame dad”

ABC Digital  ·  June 13, 2018

Given that Blink-182 has sold over 13 million albums, it's safe to assume that a fair number of people would consider bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus to be "cool." However, his 15-year-old son Jack is not one of them. "My son was telling me at one point about not being cool and I was like, 'What are you talking about? I play in a rock band.... Read More

Foo Fighters want to bring your dad to CalJam

ABC Digital  ·  June 12, 2018

Just in time for Father's Day, Foo Fighters are giving you the chance to bring your dad to their 2018 CalJam festival through the #CalJamDad contest. To enter, the band is asking you to upload a photo of the #CalJamDad in your life. If you're a dad yourself, you or your offspring can upload a photo of you doing fatherly activities. The g... Read More

Which song is Marilyn Manson most proud of writing?

ABC Digital  ·  June 12, 2018

Marilyn Manson has shocked many a listener with singles like "The Beautiful People" and "The Dope Show," but as for the song he's most proud to have written, the musician would pick a much more subdued track: "The Speed of Pain," a deep cut from the 1998 album Mechanical Animals. "It was a poem that I wrote," Manson tells BBC Radio 1. "I... Read More

Queens of the Stone Age pays tribute to Anthony Bourdain during Denmark show

ABC Digital  ·  June 11, 2018

Queens of the Stone Age dedicated a song to the late Anthony Bourdain during the band's performance at Denmark's NorthSide festival on Friday. Before playing the Lullabies to Paralyze track "Long Slow Goodbye," frontman Josh Homme said, "Sometimes you lose somebody. Today we lost somebody, so this song is for Tony." You can watch footage... Read More

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