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Mike Shinoda clarifies comments regarding possible new Linkin Park singer

ABC Digital  ·  February 22, 2019

Mike Shinoda has clarified the comments he made regarding the possibility of Linkin Park continuing with a new singer replacing the late Chester Bennington. Speaking recently to Germany's Rock Antenne radio station, Shinoda said that finding a new vocalist is "not my goal right now," but added that if the band were to "find somebody that is a ... Read More

Check out Led Zeppelin playlists curated by Jack White and Royal Blood

ABC Digital  ·  February 22, 2019

Led Zeppelin is launching a new playlist generator program, and the rock legends have recruited Jack White and Royal Blood to try it out. White's playlist begins with the Physical Graffiti track "The Rover," and includes cuts such as "The Lemon Song," "Moby Dick" and "Since I've Been Loving You." Royal Blood, meanwhile, kicks things off wi... Read More

Alice in Chains teasing tour with Korn?

ABC Digital  ·  February 22, 2019

What is Alice in Chains teasing with Korn? On Wednesday, the grunge icons tweeted that "big news [is] coming soon," along with a Matrix-looking graphic of a pyramid. Korn then tweeted "something big is coming," as well as a photo of a sphere with the same color scheme as the AiC post. Both Alice and Korn were listed as part of Live Nation's pre... Read More

Listen to Myles Kennedy team with Lamb of God’s Mark Morton on new song, “Save Defiance”

ABC Digital  ·  February 22, 2019

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has shared a new song called "Save Defiance," which will appear on his upcoming solo album, Anesthetic. The track, which features vocals from Alter Bridge frontman and Slash collaborator Myles Kennedy, is available now for digital download. "Having the opportunity to work with Mark was a really cool experience... Read More

Motley Crue releases new song “The Dirt (Est. 1981)” featuring rapper Machine Gun Kelly

ABC Digital  ·  February 22, 2019

Motley Crue has dropped a new song called "The Dirt (Est. 1981)," which was recorded for the upcoming Netflix biopic The Dirt, about the band's notorious exploits. On the track, vocalist Vince Neil declares "They never found a way to break us down/that's why we're still around." The song also boasts a verse from rapper Machine Gun Kelly, who pl... Read More

Muse planning neon-drenched show filled with “weird, live art” for “Simulation Theory” tour

ABC Digital  ·  February 22, 2019

Muse will kick off a U.S. headlining tour in support of their new album Simulation Theory Friday in Houston. The British rockers have shared a few previews of the tour -- featuring frontman Matt Bellamy in a robot suit and a giant, mechanical alien creature -- and now drummer Dominic Howard tells ABC Radio that the shows will reflect the Simula... Read More

The Beatles’ “White Album” goes 24-times platinum, now in fourth place on RIAA’s list of top-certified albums

ABC Digital  ·  February 21, 2019

The Beatles' self-titled 1968 double album, also known as The White Album, has now been certified 24-times platinum, moving it into fourth place on the Recording Industry Association of America's list of highest-certified recordings in U.S. history. The White Album, which last year was the subject of deluxe reissues in various formats and con... Read More

Lamb of God’s new material “feels really good,” says guitarist

ABC Digital  ·  February 21, 2019

Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton has shared an update on the status of the next album from the Virginia metallers. "I can tell you that there's new material that we're starting to put together, and it's got it's own energy," Morton tells Consequence of Sound. "There are a lot of ideas bouncing around, and we've definitely been actively working... Read More

Greta Van Fleet frontman still battling respiratory infection; band postpones European tour dates

ABC Digital  ·  February 21, 2019

Earlier this month, Greta Van Fleet postponed a pair of tour dates in Australia due to frontman Josh Kiszka's battle with an upper respiratory infection. Sadly, the battle is still ongoing, and the Michigan rockers have now postponed their entire upcoming European tour, which was set to kick off this Friday. "Josh currently has a relentless ... Read More

Watch Metallica members cover “Sweet Home Alabama” in Birmingham

ABC Digital  ·  January 24, 2019

Earlier this week, Metallica's tour made a stop in Birmingham, Alabama. During the band's regular "doodle" segment, they decided to perform a cover of -- what else? -- Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama." While the doodle is usually just a jam between guitarist Kirk Hammett and bassist Robert Trujillo, frontman James Hetfield couldn't resis... Read More

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