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Singled Out: Unwritten Law's Celebration
San Diego rockers Unwritten Law recently released their new album Acoustic and to celebrate we asked vocalist and guitarist Scott Russo to tell us about the song 'Celebration'.

Rock Reads: Show Posters: The Art and Practice of Making Gig Posters
Concert posters have evolved to the point where music fans attending shows in dive bars can enjoy a miniature art gallery of sorts in these places through the viewing of the posters that adorn the bar's walls, halls and urinal stalls.

Vehemence - Forward Without Motion
Vehemence, before splitting up, made the valiant yet futile effort to steer melodic death metal in its intended direction. "Forward Without Motion" picks up where the band left off.

Singled Out: The Split Seconds' Cutting Out
The Split Seconds will be releasing their self-titled debut album this summer which is preceded by their new single 'Cutting Out'. We asked Drew Champion (The Coastals and Boardroom Heroes) to tell us about the track

Ben Craven - Last Chance to Hear
Craven is a multi-instrumentalist with a penchant for big, cinematic prog rock sounds and the ability to sound like a full band even though he handles everything himself

Singled Out: Roses & Cigarettes' Laurel Canyon
Jenny Pagliaro (vocals) and Angela Petrilli (guitars, vocals) from Los Angeles roots rockers Roses & Cigarettes tell us about the song 'Laurel Canyon' from their self-titled debut album.

The Rides - Pierced Arrow
A true super group, the Rides are Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Barry Goldberg, a founding member of the Electric Flag. Pierced Arrow will be pleasing to fans of all three individual players

Singled Out: REPS' Dead In The Water
Rochester heavy rockers REPS released their brand new album 'Poisoned Youth' today and to celebrate we asked Steve Koch to tell us about the song 'Dead in the Water'.

Psychedelic Shack: Black Rainbows- Deadsmoke- Duel- Holy Grove
This time out we spotlight a stack of new releases from Heavy Psych Sounds Records. The label specializes not only in heavy psych but also in garage psych, retro rock, stoner rock, space rock, fuzz blues and lots of other cool stuff.

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3 Full Axl Rose and AC/DC Songs Posted Online?

Scott Stapp Replaces Scott Weiland But Not In Stone Temple Pilots

Wes Scantlin Arrested In California

David Bowie Left Surprise In 'Blackstar' Album Artwork

Metallica's Kirk Hammett Jams With Elton John

Radiohead Release New Animated 'Burn The Witch' Video

Pearl Jam Joined On Stage By Sting and Cheap Trick Members

Aerosmith's Steven Tyler Announces Storyteller Style Solo Tour

Motorhead Release Video From New Live Package

Little Richard Denies Illness Rumors

Ozzy's Guitarist Gus G. Covers 'Game of Thrones' Theme Song

Robert Plant Performs With John Bonham's Sister Deborah

Mastodon's Planned EP Has Morphed Into Album

Vinny Appice, Rudy Sarzo To Rock Classics With Symphony

John 5 Releases Planet Of The Apes Themed Video

Dweezil Zappa Forced To Change Name Of Tribute Show Tour

Halestorm Added To Metal Hammer Golden Gods

Vega Release 'White Flag' Video

Airbag Streaming 'Killer' New Song

Trailer Released For Iggy Pop's New Thriller ''Blood Orange'

Simon McBride To Stream Upcoming Concert Online

Alarion Streaming New Song 'Chains Of The Collective'

Frost* Streaming New Song 'Heartstrings'

Mortiis Release 'Geisteskrank' Video

The Ginger Wildheart Band Announce Summer UK Tour

Warren Haynes Went For Late Night Feel On Ashes & Dust

Singled Out: Unwritten Law's Celebration

Tupac Shakur's Mother Afeni Dead at 69

Pearl Jam Releasing Single Featuring Beyonce

Jay-Z Apologizes To Beyonce In Funny or Die Video

Rita Ora Proves She's Not Becky By Posing With Beyonce

Katy Perry Reaches Out To Dying Fan

'Blues Brothers' Animated Series Coming

Kip Moore Blown Away By Reception On UK Tour

The Weeknd and Nas Met Gala Video Goes Online

Kanye West Says He Will Be Launching Tour In September

Bono Joins Lupita Nyong'o On Broadway To Help Abducted Girls

Deerhunter Perform 'Living My Life' On Stephen Colbert

Kevin Durant Reacts To Hearing His Name in Drake's Song

Wiz Khalifa Joined by Snoop Dogg At National Concert Day

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Singled Out: Eric Taylor Escudero
Indie Folk artist Eric Taylor Escudero tells us about the song 'We Were Young And It Was Morning Part 1' from his latest album 'We Were Young And It Was Morning'.

Roots of Creation - Livin Free
This New Hampshire-based reggae jam band opens Livin Free with "Get Ready," a leisurely reggae groove that totally embodies what a soundtrack for living free and easy might encompass. And that's the idea here

Singled Out: Blacklist Union's Evil Eye
L.A. rockers Blacklist Union have just released a Matt Zane directed video for their single 'Evil Eye' and to celebrate we asked frontman Tony West to tell us about the track. The song is from their new album 'Back To Momo'.

On The Record: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Live - Volume 1
This album presents 10 cuts performed by superstar acts that were recorded at various Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremonies over the past 25-or-so years.

Singled Out: Karma To Burn's 62
West Virginia heavy rockers Karma to Burn recently released their 'Mountain Czar' EP and to celebrate we asked Evan Devine to tell us about the song '62'.

Classics: Prince's Purple Rain
We revisit this classic's review of Prince's landmark album. Purple Rain was a culmination of disparate musical ideals that coalesced into a coherent vision that brought together hard rock, funk, jazz, pop and more to create his own identity.

Singled Out: Blue October's Home
Blue October returned with their new studio album 'Home' today (April 22) and to celebrate we asked frontman Justin Furstenfeld to tell us about the title song.

Singled Out: J Burn's Shine
J Burn will be returning to his rock roots on his new album 'Randomly Banded' which comes out on May 6th. Today he tells us about the first song released from the effort.

The Blues: New Blues Revolution, Golden State - Lone Star Blues Revue, Peter Karp
Kevin Wierzbicki returns with his latest round-up of new blues releases including New Blues Revolution's To Hellendale and Back, Golden State - Lone Star Blues Revue's self-titled and Peter Karp's The Arson's Match.

Singled Out: Van Damsel's Domino
Indie electro-pop band Van Damsel will be releasing their self-titled debut album tomorrow (April 22nd) and to celebrate we asked lead singer Sebastian Ste Marie to tell us about the single 'Domino.'

Singled Out: Fullee Love (Jurassic 5)'s Surfboard Cali
Fullee Love is the solo project of Jurassic 5 MC Zaakir Muhammed aka Soup and today he tells us about the song 'Surfboard Cali' from his new EP, 'Still In Fullee Love'.

Lita Ford - Time Capsule
Fans and Ford herself consider the '80s to be the era when her music was the most exciting, and fans can rejoice because that's when the 10 previously unreleased, previously unheard cuts on Time Capsule were recorded.

Singled Out: August Wells' Here In The Wild
August Wells, featuring Ken Griffin (ex-Rollerskate Skinny, Favourite Sons) and John Rauchenberger, are releasing their new single 'Here In The Wild' on Friday. To celebrate, we asked Ken to tell us about the song.

The Blues: Jeff Healey - Heal My Soul
Heal My Soul is essentially a recording of brand new material even though Healey died eight years ago. Heal My Soul is a real treat for Healey fans, especially since they had no idea that these songs even existed.

Iron Maiden Live In Chicago
The album and tour follow a loose narrative which the band captured onstage with the same essence of their early career. It would be easier for the band to launch nostalgia tours year-after-year, but this has never been how Iron Maiden ticks.


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