Black Keys Receive Legal Response From Pizza Hut + Home Depot
It looks as though the Black Keys will get their case heard in court. The group filed legal action earlier this year against both Pizza Hut and Home Depot, claiming that both companies had used their songs without permission in commercials.
Kid Rock Creates New Anthem for Detroit Lions
The man who once belted at the top of his lungs, ‘My Name is Kid,’ might know a thing or two about creating a rock anthem. As such, Kid Rock has been drafted by the NFL and Pepsi to provide a little something special for his hometown Detroit Lions.
Knotfest Night One Features Scintillating Slipknot, Return of Lamb of God, + More
Night one of Slipknot‘s two-night, two-location Knotfest was everything fans had hoped it would be. The group pulled in a stellar lineup to play the Mid-American Motorplex in Council Bluffs, Iowa and left audiences with a night they’ll remember.
P.O.D. Show Off San Diego in ‘Higher’ Video
A decade-plus after shouting out ‘The Fundamental Elements of Southtown,’ P.O.D. are offering another salute to their hometown with the San Diego-based new video for ‘Higher.’
‘Rock Band Blitz’ Video Game to Feature Avenged Sevenfold, Iron Maiden, Chili Peppers + Mo…
Hey gamers! There’s yet another great music game ready to hit shelves in the coming weeks. ‘Rock Band Blitz’ features a 25-song set list pulling from both rock and pop genres.
Green Day to Rock 2012 MTV Video Music Awards
Green Day will continue their ‘love’ affair with MTV. The band, who’ve played the MTV Video Music Awards several times in the past and premiered their ‘Oh, Love’ video on the network, will perform at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards.
Guns N’ Roses Fan Wants to Use $232 Million Lottery Winnings to Reunite Band
Axl Rose has balked many a time at the possibility of reuniting the original Guns N’ Roses lineup, but that hasn’t kept one of the band’s fans from putting together a very lucrative offer.
Creed Singer Scott Stapp to Share His Life Story in New Memoir
Creed singer Scott Stapp has been very open about his past issues with drugs, alcohol and depression, but now he’s decided to tell his story in a more literary form.
Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst on Lack of U.S. Touring: ‘We Were a Moment in Time and It’s Over’
Limp Bizkit have done plenty of touring in recent years, but it’s been noticeable that the group haven’t played very much in the United States. Singer Fred Durst tells Kerrang! that a good reason for that was the band realizing that American audiences had moved on.
Slipknot Offer Sneak Peek at ‘Road to Knotfest’ Video Content
Slipknot are now a week away from hosting their inaugural Knotfest in both Iowa and on the Minnesota/Wisconsin border, and they’re giving fans close enough another reason to attend and those who can’t make it a tease as to what they’ll get with the pay…
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor on Passing Out in Dallas: ‘I Basically Blacked Out’
Slipknot expend a lot of energy onstage, and earlier this summer it got the better of singer Corey Taylor, who passed out from heat exhaustion at the end of their performance.
Soundgarden’s Matt Cameron: ‘We Were Totally Sick of Each Other’ in the ’90s
Soundgarden‘s split at the height of their success in the ’90s came as a surprise to many of their fans, especially given the fact that there wasn’t much trash talking or drama as they parted ways.