Linkin Park Announce Greatest Hits Album, Share Previously Unreleased ‘Friendly Fire’

Linkin Park Announce Greatest Hits Album, Share Previously Unreleased ‘Friendly Fire’

Linkin Park have announced a new greatest hits album and shared one of its tracks – the previously unreleased “Friendly Fire” featuring late frontman Chester Bennington. Papercuts (Singles Collection 2000-2023), a 20-track album that consists of greatest hits from the rock band’s more than two decades-long career, is set for release on April 12 through…

Sum 41 Release New Single ‘Waiting On A Twist Of Fate’

Sum 41 Release New Single ‘Waiting On A Twist Of Fate’

Canadian rock band Sum 41 recently shared a new single, “Waiting On A Twist Of Fate,” from their upcoming final album Heaven :x: Hell. The accompanying video was filmed at Las Vegas’ Punk Rock Museum and includes a cameo appearance from CJ Ramone. Heaven :x: Hell, the band’s upcoming final album, will be out on…

Maggie Rogers Announces Part 1 Of ‘Don’t Forget Me Tour’

Maggie Rogers Announces Part 1 Of ‘Don’t Forget Me Tour’

Grammy Award-nominated songwriter/producer/performer Maggie Rogers has announced Part 1 of her The Don’t Forget Me Tour. The tour will kick off on May 23 at Gallagher Square at Petco Park in San Diego. Produced by Live Nation, the North American headline run will include stops at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, Texas,…

Kings Of Leon Return With New Single ‘Mustang,’ Announce New Album

Kings Of Leon Return With New Single ‘Mustang,’ Announce New Album

Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum rock band Kings of Leon have announced that their 9th full-length studio album, Can We Please Have Fun, will be out on May 10. The hard-charging lead single “Mustang” is available now, accompanied by a high-flying music video that sets the pace for the album. Can We Please Have Fun, as its…

How did Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers get his name?

After a stint working in advertising, Frank Zappa realized that modern music had “50 percent” to do with the image. While that quota might be a little bit high, his sagacious mind had, nevertheless, identified a truth universally acknowledged within the industry’s backrooms but rarely amid consumers on the shop floor: that music is a…

TikTok Blamed For a Rise in Car Thefts

TikTok Blamed For a Rise in Car Thefts

Apparently, the rise is due to a TikTok trend showing how to steal Kias and Hyundais. Car thefts are on the rise across multiple cities nationwide, according to new data, and a recent social media trend may be to blame. Driving the news: Major cities across the U.S., including Milwaukee, Cleveland and Chicago, saw a significant…

A Second New Season Of Beavis And Butt-Head Is Coming

A Second New Season Of Beavis And Butt-Head Is Coming

On a certain date in April, of course. Mike Judge is back with more Beavis And Butt-Head this year! The show will premiere its second comeback season on April 20 in the US and Canada, and on April 21 in Australia and the UK, with two brand new episodes. In the meantime, you can check out the first…

The Revivalists are BACK with a new song and an exclusive interview with Ginty.

The Revivalists are BACK with a new song and an exclusive interview with Ginty.

The Revivalists’ music video for “Kid”. From their upcoming album ‘Pour It Out Into The Night’ out June 2nd! Pre-order the album here: https://found.ee/TR_PourItOut To commemorate the new song from The Revivalists, the band sat down for an interview and livestream with our very own Jason Ginty! Check it out below.

John Dolmayan: System of a Down “Should Have Moved On” Without Serj Tankian in 2006

“If Serj didn’t wanna be in the band at that time, we should have just … done it with somebody else” It’s now been 17 years since System of a Down released a new studio album, and drummer John Dolmayan thinks they may have been better off moving on without singer Serj Tankian at the time the band went on hiatus…

Ever wondered how Linkin Park got their name?

The group that would become Linkin Park was formed by three friends—Mike Shinoda, Rob Bourdon, and Brad Delson —who attended Los Angeles County’s Agoura High School together. Hearty aggressions and hardcore emotions mingled with hip-hop beats and thrashing power chords, created Linkin Park’s brand of nu-metal, alt-rock rap. The six-piece crafted a sound all their…