Van Halen added to music history on April 29th in 1979. How? Find out here!
Ozzy Osbourne and Zakk Wylde will be reuniting for Osbourne's 2017 tour
How did Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers contribute to music history? Find out here!
Stone Sour will release their new album "Hydrograd" on June 30, and they have shared two new songs from the effort. You can find an official video for "Fabuless" and official audio of "Song #3" below:
The new era of Fall Out Boy begins now.
Daemon Chili is a Boston-based American Roots Rock band. Formed in the fall of 2013 by Michael Dion (lead singer/songwriter/guitar/harmonica/lap steel), the band quickly gained regional traction by way of their energetic and powerful live performances. Dion, formerly of the acclaimed New England string band Hot Day at the Zoo, reworked much of the material from his former outfit and has created something entirely new and exciting (think Bob Dylan going electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival).
Starting off in a time where Rock And Roll was seen as almost passe and practically unmarketable, the band saw a point on the horizon and has worked tirelessly to reach it. An artistic vision based on both brutal honesty are theatric artifice, Sound & Shape’s body of work speaks as a testament to the belief in the transformative power of music, Rock and Roll specifically.
Brujeria, Voodoo Glow Skulls, and Pinata Protest will be heading out on a fall tour together.
Had just kicked off the "We Will Detonate!" tour, the energy was fresh and alive on Tuesday.
Taking to the Fall Out Boy twitter, Pete Wentz tweeted a photo for vocalist Patrick Stump hard at work. The twist? The vocalist was dubbed in purple. Now, one may ask "why does the purple matter?". Well, as of late, the band has taken to leaving cryptic hints about new work from locations around Chicago to social media. The message that been spread around social media was a quick purple video with "4•28•17*"
*the date was later change to 4•27•17
Anthrax recently released a cover of Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son” as part of the limited edition vinyl box set version of "For All Kings," and during their April 22 show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, CA they played it live for the first. Check out footage of that below:
On this day, April 24th, in 1992 David Bowie and Iman married in a private ceremony in Switzerland. They would later announce their union to the public after 10 days. Later, they would also have a more public ceremony in Italy that would have guests such as Yoko Ono and even Bono. David Bowie passed away in 2016 after 24 years of marriage to Iman.
PONCÉ is a dynamic pop rock duo based in Nashville, TN consisting of twin brothers Carson and Michael Poncé. The twins efficiently cross genres; from classic, harmony-driven melodies reminiscent of Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers, to modern, synth-led pop productions with melodic guitar leads evocative of The Killers and HAIM.