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Official Video for Rolling Stones' 1974 Collaboration With Jimmy Page, 'Scarlet,' Premiering Thursday

“Scarlet,” which was issued as a digital single and via streaming services last month, is one of three previously unreleased tracks that will be featured on the upcoming expanded reissue of The Rolling Stones’$2 1973 album ‘Goats Head Soup.’
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Corey Taylor Officially Announces Debut Solo Album; Listen to Two New Songs Now

The long-in-the-works record is called ‘CMFT,’ and will arrive on October 2. It consists of 12 tracks, two of which, “Black Eyes Blue” and “CMFT Must Be Stopped,” have just been released.
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Pearl Jam, Green Day, and More Urge Political Campaigns to Seek Consent Before Using Music in Open Letter

Musicians have signed an open letter asking that political campaigns seek consent from the recording artists and songwriters before using their music.
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Dee Snider Says New AC/DC Album Has Been Delayed, but Is Finished

Late last year, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider claimed in a series of Twitter messages that he knew for sure that a rumored AC/DC reunion album was in the works. Now, Snider has shared a brief update about the project.
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Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda Hoping to Throw a 'Big Party' for 'Hybrid Theory' 20th Anniversary

Hybrid Theory, of course, isn’t just a record. Released on October 24, 2000, Linkin Park’s massive debut effort has been certified Diamond by the RIAA for over 10 million copies sold.
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Eddie Vedder Reveals 'Gem of Advice' Bruce Springsteen Gave Him

Vedder says that he and Springsteen now watch the World Series together, and gives a shout-out to Jack White, whom he says is “everything you could want out of a musician and a human being.”
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Hells Bells! AC/DC's 'Back In Black' Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary on Saturday

After its July 25, 1980, release, ‘Back in Black’ climbed to #4 on the Billboard 200 chart. More impressively, it’s gone on to sell over 25 million copies in the U.S., making it the fourth most successful album ever in the States.
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Breaking Benjamin Shares Live Video of Alice in Chains Cover Featuring Gavin Rossdale

Breaking Benjamin has shared a video capturing the band’s live cover of Alice in Chains’ “Would?”, featuring guest vocals from Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale.
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AC/DC Launches Video Series Celebrating Upcoming 40th Anniversary of the 'Back In Black' Album

Released on July 25, 1980, Back In Black was AC/DC’s first album following the 1979 death of singer Bon Scott, and its first to feature Johnson.
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Judas Priest Cancels, Postpones 50th Anniversary Tour Dates

For the shows that have been postponed, previously purchased tickets will be valid at the new dates. Those who purchased tickets to the canceled shows will automatically receive refunds in the next 30 days.
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