Queens of the Stone Age may be whiskey-soaked, leather-clad avatars of rock’n’roll sleaze, but they evidently have a soft spot for Christmas tunes. As Pitchfork notes, Josh Homme’s long-running band just announced a new limited-edition holiday 7-inch single. The A-side will feature Homme singing “Silent Night” with blues guitarist C.W.
As promised, Foo Fighters’ rock-focused Cal Jam festival has returned for 2018. The Foos curated the festival and will once again headline, alongside Iggy Pop, Deer Tick, Tenacious D, Garbage, Manchester Orchestra, and more. The Cal Jam festival will take place October 6 in San Bernardino, with additional performances
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda has announced a string of solo performances in Asia this August, Billboard reports. Shinoda, who used to share Linkin Park vocal duties with the late Chester Bennington in addition to playing guitar and keyboards, will be playing songs from his recent 3-song EP and forthcoming
*Arcade Fire have dropped the video for “Everything Now,” which was released this week. They’ve also just announced a tour. Everything Now is out July 28. It was produced by Arcade Fire, Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter, and Pulp’s Steve Mackey. *Chicago’s Riot Fest has announced their full lineup. In addition to
Scottish trio Chvrches have shared a teaser for a new version of their track “Down Side of Me,” and its upcoming video. The video is directed by Kristen Stewart as a collaboration for “7-inches for Planned Parenthood,” a benefit compilation for the women’s health provider. The single was released in
Adele opened her Sunday concert in Antwerp, Belgium with a somber reflection on the horrific Orlando shooting, which left 50 dead and 53 injured. The singer dedicated the show to "everybody in Orlando and at Pulse nightclub last night," adding, "The LGBTQ community, they're like my soulmates since I was really young,