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Singled Out: VHF's Whispers of the Soul
Today Todd Vinny Vinciguerra from the supergroup VHF (featuring Joel Hoekstra and Tony Franklin) tells us about 'Whispers of the Soul' from their debut album 'Very High Frequency'.

Get To Know... 21Octayne
Hagen Grohe, Andrew "The Bullet" Lauer, Alex Landenburg and Marco Wriedt have logged zillions of hours on the road as members of acts like the Joe Perry Project, Rhapsody, Axxis and Paul Gilbert's band. Now the four have formed 21Octayne.

AUG - Be Careful What You Wish For...
The album title, Be Careful What You Wish For..., nearly begs the question: What if I wished for a rejuvenated Ozzy Osbourne? If you made such a wish, it may be granted in the form of AUG.

Singled Out: Halcyon Way's Home
Today Halcyon Way lead guitarist Jon Bodan tells us about the powerful story behind the song 'Home' from their brand new album 'Conquer,' which was released today (Aug 19) in North America.

Hot In The City: Best Dog Award- Consider Me Dead- Mallevs
Hot in the City loves the Arizona music scene and with bands putting out releases like the ones we profile this time out, we have good reason. Come along as we check out some of the summer's, well, hottest releases.

Prong - Ruining Lives
"Ruining Lives" deserves neither a trophy nor a fistful of egg to its face, but it's clearly a depreciated version of the records that came before it-take that how you will.

Singled Out: Die So Fluid's Black Blizzard
Today Grog from Die So Fluid tells us about the song 'Black Blizzard', which comes from their brand new album 'The Opposites of Light', which was released this spring.

On The Record: The Steady As She Goes - Dangerous & Dead
The Steady as She Goes is guitarist/singer Tal Wallace and impending doom is an overarching theme in his work on Dangerous & Dead- it doesn't hurt that Wallace has a voice and vocal styling that recalls Jim Morrison.

Singled Out: Body Language's 4 Real
Today Grant Wheeler from Body Language tells us about the song '4 Real' from their brand new 'Infinite Sunshine EP,' which the band released earlier this week.

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Bon Jovi Reunion Door Opened By Ice Bucket Challenge?

Superjoint Ritual Reuniting

Ace Frehley Reacts To Gene Simmons Controversy

Roger Waters: The Wall Live Tour Film Coming

Gregg Allman Biopic Producer Pleads Not Guilty To Manslaughter Charges

U2 2014 Album Release Speculation Intensifies

Johnny Winter's Collaboration With Ben Harper Released

Aerosmith's Joe Perry Launching Book Signing Tour

Peter Frampton Addresses Phone-Throwing Incident

Coheed And Cambria Reveal Secrets of Silent Earth Reissue Details

Dave Lombardo Rejuvenated By Philm

Bush Offering Fans Perks For Pre-Ordering New Album

Danko Jones Streaming Live Album

Kate Bush Asks Fans Not To Spoil Comeback Shows With Cameras

Motley Crue Frontman Amazed They Are Still Alive

Prog Supergroup Flying Colors Release Mask Machine Video

Trioscapes Release Digital Dream Sequence Video

Hellyeah Had Something To Prove With Blood For Blood

Royal Blood Streaming Debut Album

Magnum Announce Winter Tour


Coldplay, Katy Perry and Rihanna Super Bowl Halftime Pay To Play?

Brad Paisley Leaks New Song To Outer Space

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga Release New Duet

Leonard Cohen Announces New Album and Reveals New Song

Bow Wow Cast As A Hacker In CSI: Cyber

Puff Daddy and Guy Gerber's House Album Streaming

The New Pornographers Streaming New Album 'Brill Bruisers'

Blake Shelton Releases New Single 'Neon Light'

Ariana Grande Loves Making Music With Big Sean

Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift Fragrances Tank

Kendrick Lamar Took All Of Flying Lotus' Beats?

Sam Smith Thinks Tinder Is Ruining Romance

Jennifer Hudson Reveals 'Dangerous' New Track

Lil Mama Takes On Lil Wayne's Krazy

Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Avicii Among World's Highest Paid DJs

Pharrell's Grammy Hat Headed To The Newseum

Haim Go Jerry Springer With A$AP Ferg For 'My Song 5 Video

Johnny Cash's Childhood Home Open To The Public


Foo Fighters Reenact 'Carrie' for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Steven Tyler Premieres Song From Sin City Film Soundtrack

Nickelback Release Edge Of A Revolution Lyric Video

Slash Previews New Song 30 Years To Life

KISS Release Video Invite For Las Vegas Residency

Elvis Costello, Jim James, Marcus Mumford Reveal Bob Dylan Cover

Korn Release Hater Video

Yellowcard Premiere New Song One Bedroom

The Offspring Look Back At 'Come Out and Play' and 'Self-Esteem'

Taylor Swift's 1989: An Odd Year for Pop Music

Amplifier Go 8-Bit With Magic Carpet

Singled Out: VHF's Whispers of the Soul

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Rob Decoup - Pain
Despite the depressing subject matter that Decoup explores on Pain the songs are fun, uplifting even, thanks to hook-filled arrangements built around lots of screaming guitar licks.

Singled Out: MAX's My Name Is Dick
MAX, the frontman for Moscow rockers Nogu Svelo, has just released a video for his solo track 'My Name Is Dick,' from his forthcoming U.S. album 'Fast Food Kids'.

Singled Out: Broken Quote's Ghost Crowd
Today David Schrier, a.k.a. Broken Quote, tells us about the song 'Ghost Crowd' from his brand new release 'Foreshadowing Sunlight', which was released earlier this summer.

James Brown - Get On Up Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
No cover versions, no imitators, and no famous singers paying tribute to the Godfather of Soul. This soundtrack to the recent James Brown biopic wisely features only music performed by Brown himself- 5 stars!

Singled Out: Sleeperstar's Apocalypse
Today Jake Lester of Sleeperstar tells us about their brand new single 'Apocalypse' which comes from their forthcoming new album, 'Lost Machines.'

Echo And The Bunnymen Live
How does one start a review when you think what you are gonna get (based on past experience) is a bunch of throw back 80's BS from a band that had loads of hits back then that don't matter at all today... or so you might think.

Singled Out: Legs Electric's Illicit Love
Today Ama Quinsee and Kylie Soanes from Aussie rockers Legs Electric tell us about the song 'Illicit Love', which comes from their recently released self-titled EP

Peter Gabriel - Back to Front
The title of this film is a reference to the fact that Gabriel performs the music from his breakthrough album So in its entirety and in order here. But the So material only accounts for about half of the concert. Gabriel likens the show's three distinct segments to that of a meal's starter, entree and dessert

Singled Out: Message To Venus' Universal You
Today Message To Venus singer and guitarist Jandre Nadal tells us about the song 'Universal You' from their 'The Envelope' EP. The band are right now planning the release of a new fanfunded album 'Victims & Villains.'

Marco Minnemann - Eeps
Minneman is an accomplished guitarist and synth player and demonstrates this throughout Eeps but he is first and foremost a drummer and this set will appeal to fans of fellow skins men like Billy Cobham, Bill Bruford and Terry Bozzio

Singled Out: Ray Goren's Save My Soul
Today up and coming teen blues, rock, R&B guitarist and singer Ray Goren tells us about his new single 'Save My Soul' which will be included on his forthcoming EP

Lollapalooza 2014: Day Three
Lollapalooza 2014 came to a climax amongst a series a pulsating rain showers which made the day a muddy mess, there's no way to sugarcoat it. Miraculously, it didn't diminish the sets of any of the performers and may have helped a few as they had to up their game to ensure the crowd wouldn't run for shelter.

Singled Out: Kix's Love Me With Your Top Down
Today Kix bassist Mark Schenker tells us about the song 'Love Me With Your Top Down' from their brand new album 'Rock Your Face Off,' which was released this week.

Lollapalooza 2014: Day Two
The second day of Lollapalooza 2014 may not have reached the emotional heights of day one, but it contained the single best set I witnessed all weekend (thank you to Fitz and the Tantrums).

Singled Out: Zeta Wave's Strange Heartbeat
Today Zeta Wave (real name Aliya Hashemi) tells us about her new single 'Strange Heartbeat' from her forthcoming debut EP 'Over'. The single is being released today and the EP comes out on October 14th.

Lollapalooza 2014: Day One
The first day of Lollapalooza 2014 was an extraordinary one, quite possibly the single greatest day of music I've ever been witness to. For each of its ten hours, I roamed stages across Grant Park in the search of enlightenment, discoveries and surprises and I found it all.

Singled Out: Saturn's Rokktori
Today Saturn lead vocalist and bass player Oscar Pehrson tells us about the song 'Rokktori' from their brand new album 'Ascending (Live In Space),' which is being released tomorrow (August 5th).

Singled Out: The Infatuations' Down Jefferson
Today the soulful multi-genre Detroit group The Infatuations tells us about the song 'Down Jefferson' from their brand new album 'Detroit Block Party'.

Singled Out: A Tower of Crows' Live Wire
Today Sam Clay from up and coming UK rockers A Tower of Crows tells us about their new song 'Live Wire' which the group has released online today as a free download.

Powerman 5000 - Builders of the Future
Sonically PM5K has returned to the sound their fans have always preferred too, a pummeling electronic version of metal that earned the band a platinum award for sales of their breakthrough record Tonight the Stars Revolt!

Metallica's 'Ride the Lightning' Turns 30
Metallica's landmark sophomore album Ride The Lightning celebrates its 30th anniversary this week and to celebrate we revisit Tony K's previous in-depth look at the album that we published 5 years ago.

 

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