rock

John Frusciante on writing new music with Red Hot Chili Peppers: 'It's just returning to family'

John Frusciante says the Red Hot Chili Peppers are back in the business of making new music, even while COVID-19 nips at the heels of productivity and collaboration.
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Seether talks latest success on RADIO.COM LIVE: ‘To not put it out would be a failure to the fans’

Join us for a special RADIO.COM LIVE performance with Seether on Thursday, October 22 at 6PM ET/3PM PT on RADIO.COM/live, or follow along with RADIO.COM on Facebook and Twitter.
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The Smashing Pumpkins reveal 'Melon Collie' 25th anniversary plans, including tour and 'sequel' album

Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness was first released October 23, 1995. The 28-track double album spawned the singles “Bullet with Butterfly Wings,” “1979,” “Tonight, Tonight,” “Zero,” and “Thirty-Three.”
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See and hear Miley Cyrus cover Pearl Jam's 'Just Breathe'

While you wait for Miley Cyrus’ upcoming Metallica covers album, you can listen to her put her spin on another iconic rock act: Pearl Jam. The pop star performed a stripped-down rendition of the grunge giants’ song “Just Breathe.”
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Jack White gifts UK busker new guitar in place of smashed acoustic

Grant then set up a GoFundMe to raise money for a new guitar. The campaign was successful, so he headed to a local guitar store to pick out a replacement acoustic. That’s when he got a call from Jack White’s manager.
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Ghost planning to release new album in 2021, but only if they can tour

“We won’t release an album until we know that we are actually going on tour,” frontman Tobias Forge says. “The album release will coincide with the start of a tour.”
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Nicolas Cage tells Marilyn Manson he owns a crow that curses at him

Here’s a sentence that’s surely never been uttered; Nicholas Cage told Marilyn Manson his pet crow calls him an a**hole on a regular basis.
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Mike Shinoda shares Metal was 'too white' before Nu-Metal

Mike Shinoda continues breaking racial barriers in metal music, telling Metal Hammer the genre was “too white” before the emergence of nu metal bands like Linkin Park, Korn and Snot.
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Bush announces deluxe 'The Kingdom' album and drive-in concerts

Bush has announced a deluxe version of the band’s new album, ‘The Kingdom.’ To celebrate they have announced a pair of drive-in concerts, set to take place November 20 and 21 in California.
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Smashed Kurt Cobain guitar from final Nirvana tour going to auction

A guitar Kurt Cobain played and subsequently smashed on stage during Nirvana’s final tour is going to auction. The instrument is a black Fender Strat, which Cobain gave to a fan in the crowd following Nirvana’s performance in Rennes, France in 1994.
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