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Mark Hoppus’ cancer is “disappearing,” says Tom DeLonge

  ·  August 2, 2021

Jo Hale/Getty Images Tom DeLonge, the former guitarist/vocalist of the band Blink-182, provided a positive update about his ex-bandmate Mark Hoppus‘ cancer battle. Hoppus, who previously confirmed he was diagnosed with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, is currently undergoing chemotherapy to treat the illness.   Now, DeLonge has great news about his fellow Blink-182 co-founder: the treatment is working. Taking […] Read More

The Smashing Pumpkins’ Jeff Schroeder teases “forward-leaning” ‘Mellon Collie’ & ‘Machina’ sequel album

  ·  August 2, 2021

Credit: Jonathan Weiner The Smashing Pumpkins have been working on a new album, which has been described as a “sequel” to 1995’s Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness and 2000’s Machina. Speaking with ABC Audio, guitarist Jeff Schroeder shares a bit more about the record, and its massive scope. “This Pumpkins thing is such a […] Read More

Travis Barker spent $8,000 to get a skull put on his tooth

  ·  July 30, 2021

Scott Dudelson/Getty Images Rock stars…they’re just like us! What, you mean you don’t routinely drop thousands of dollars to decorate your teeth with diamonds? A dentist named Dr. Thomas Connelly just told E! News that Travis Barker recently had Connelly make him a tooth veneer with a diamond skull on it, and revealed that the […] Read More

Greta Van Fleet scores huge sales boost from viral TikTok trend making fun of Josh Kiszka

  ·  July 30, 2021

Will Heath/NBC Greta Van Fleet frontman Josh Kiszka probably doesn’t mind that people are making fun of him on TikTok — because he’s laughing all the way to the bank. The viral TikTok trend features users trying to mimic Kiszka’s odd physical and vocal mannerisms when he sang “You’re the One” on Saturday Night Live […] Read More

Owners of Kurt Cobain’s childhood home want to open it up for private tours

  ·  July 30, 2021

Dana Nalbandian/WireImage Some day soon, you may be able to tour Kurt Cobain‘s childhood home in Aberdeen, Washington — that is, if the home’s current owners has anything to say about it. Lee Bacon and his wife Danielle bought the house, where the late Nirvana frontman lived from 1968 to 1984,  in 2018 from the […] Read More

Foo Fighters pay tribute to late ZZ Top bassist Dusty Hill at Cincinnati show

  ·  July 30, 2021

L-R: Dusty Hill, Dave Grohl, Billy Gibbons; Jim Steinfeldt/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images When Foo Fighters performed in Cincinnati on Wednesday night, they took some time to pay tribute to ZZ Top bass player Dusty Hill, whose death at age 72 was announced a few hours before the band took the stage. Drummer Taylor Hawkins wore […] Read More

More information on celebrations for 25th anniversary of ‘Sublime’

  ·  July 30, 2021

Gasoline Alley/MCA/UMe Summertime…and the livin’ is all about Sublime.  We’ve got more information about the rollout of merchandise and content marking today’s 25th anniversary of Sublime‘s self-titled third album. Today, you can look back on the album — which featured the hits “Wrong Way,” “Santeria,” “Doin’ Time” and “What I Got” — by watching an […] Read More

Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam had July’s top Record Store Day album & single

  ·  July 30, 2021

Credit: Magdalena Wosinska July 17 was the second drop of Record Store Day 2021, and Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam came out on top. Billboard reports that according to MRC Data, the event resulted in 1.14 million U.S. vinyl album sales overall, and the top-selling RSD release was Foo Fighters’ Hail Satin, released under the name […] Read More

Ain’t got no crystal ball: ‘Sublime’ turns 25

  ·  July 30, 2021

Gasoline Alley/MCA/UMe Twenty-five years after its release, no album is as well-qualified to represent the L.B.C. as Sublime‘s self-titled swan song. The third and final record from trio — featuring frontman Bradley Nowell, bassist Eric Wilson and drummer Bud Gaugh — celebrates its silver anniversary today. Leading up to Sublime‘s release, the band was already […] Read More

Alice in Chains’ Jerry Cantrell releases new song “Atone” off upcoming ‘Brighten’ solo album

  ·  July 30, 2021

Daniel Knighton/Getty Images Alice in Chains guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell has released a new song called “Atone.” The track, which premiered via RollingStone.com, is the first single off Cantrell’s upcoming solo album Brighten, which is due out October 29. According to Rolling Stone, Brighten will feature guest spots from artists including Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff […] Read More

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