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Rush Could Have A New Album And Tour In 2015


In 2015 we could see a new album and tour from the rock legends Rush. Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson talked with Radio.com and had this to say about the new music and tour: “Some days I feel like being back out on the road and taking advantage of the fact that it’s our 40th anniversary,” mused Lifeson. “On other ... Read More »

U2 Send A Sober Slash A Case Of Beer


Slash played a show in the hometown of U2 Dublin, Ireland and as a thank you the band set Slash who has been sober for about 6 years a case of Guinness. Now most recovering alcoholics would have blown up and lost their cool after receiving a gift like this but Slash totally played it cool and even thanked the band in a ... Read More »

New AC/DC Track ‘Rock Or Bust’


AC/DC have released the title track off their new record ‘Rock Or Bust.’ The song is catchy and is very old school AC/DC. Listen to the track and leave us a comment on whether you like it or not. Read More »

Neil Young announces boycott of Starbucks


The next time you’re in line for a latte, don’t look for Neil Young. Young has taken to his official site to denounce Starbucks’ involvement in an ingredient-labeling lawsuit against the tiny state of Vermont. Headlined “GOODBYE STARBUCKS!!!,” Young’s post asks his fans to join him in standing against corporations that would shield important information about how food is made ... Read More »

Pink Floyd ‘Louder Than Words’ Video


Pink Floyd have released a new promo video for their single ‘Louder Than Words’ which appears on the band’s brand new record ‘The Endless River’ which is in stores now. Read More »

Robert Plant’s publicist denies singer tore up $800 million Led Zeppelin offer


Virgin tycoon Richard Branson apparently offered a whole lotta cash for Led Zeppelin to reunite — before Robert Plant set him straight on what is and what should never be. In fact, according to a new report from The Mirror, Plant ripped up a contract promising Led Zeppelin a final-tour guarantee of $800 million in front of a group of ... Read More »

Good News Re: AC/DC


Thankful the main charges against AC/DC drummer, Phil Rudd, have been dropped. He still faces a “threatening to kill” charge, and two drug charges. But, the “attempting to procure a murder,” charge has been withdrawn, due to lack of supporting evidence. Doesn’t mean he didn’t do it. Just means they can’t prove it.  Either way, bad news for Mr. Rudd. ... Read More »

Metallica calls on fans for Help


Metallica are asking their fans for help in assembling content for upcoming reissues of two of their earliest albums, 1983′s ‘Kill ‘Em All’ and 1984′s ‘Ride the Lightning.’ They’re hoping to put out deluxe editions of the CDs sometime next year. “We want it all!” the band writes on its website. “Did you manage to sneak a video camera into a show long ... Read More »

Eric Clapton leads musical farewell at Jack Bruce’s funeral


Eric Clapton led a musical tribute to Jack Bruce at his former Cream bandmate’s funeral in North London earlier today, singing the Beatles‘ ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ with help from the friends and family who were in attendance. Bruce, who passed away on Oct. 25 as a result of liver disease, was also mourned by Cream drummer Ginger Baker, band lyricist ... Read More »

Van Halen reportedly mixing new album


If the rumors are true, then we may be hearing a new Van Halen album sometime real soon. According to Melodic Rock, “the new Van Halen album is complete and the songs recorded are now in the mixing stage.” The information comes from “reliable sources,” but as the site notes, “As has been the case in the past, everything concerning ... Read More »