Just a few months after Keith Flint’s death, The Prodigy are working on new music. “Back in the studio making noise,” wrote the band on Twitter. It’s the first sign of activity from the band since Keith Flint’s funeral back in March. The Prodigy singer was found dead at his
Art Alexakis, frontman and songwriter of ’90s pop-rockers Everclear, has announced a new album called Sun Songs, his first record released outside the banner of his longtime band. It’s out October 11. Alexakis has also announced a tour of U.S., U.K. and Ireland tour dates in support of the album.
Björk has released a new video for “losss” from her excellent 2017 album Utopia. It was originally created for Björk’s new stage show Cornucopia, which the Icelandic star is taking on the road. Björk called her Cornucopia show—which features costumes, immersive sound, video projections, and a 50-person Icelandic choir—a “sci-fi
Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello just announced a string of solos hows to take place this fall. He’s calling the tour the Fall Offensive and it will make stops around the U.S. and Canada. The tour will support his most recent solo album The Atlas Underground.
Rammstein guitarists Paul
The 1975 are being their cryptic selves and have deactivated all of their social media accounts as of this week. The massive social wipe came right after the band posted a mysterious flyer that read “Wake up!” on top of other words in different languages, suggesting that a new single
Metallica is releasing a children’s book. The ABCs of Metallica is due out on November 26, and part of the proceeds for the book will be donated to the band’s charity All Within My Hands (dedicated to “creating sustainable communities by supporting workforce education, the fight against hunger, and other
Fiona Apple has pledged to donate earnings from her hit song “Criminal” to a fund providing services to immigrants seeking asylum in the United States. The singer-songwriter will donate all earnings in 2019 and 2020 from the song’s placement in television and film to While They Wait, a fund managed
Rancid has announced a new set of North American tour dates for this fall. The punk legends are going on tour with Pennywise this September, with appearances in Pittsburgh, Toronto, Las Vegas, Denver, and more. The shows will feature guest spots from Suicidal Tendencies, The English Beat, and others at
Red Hot Chili Peppers are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their iconic album Californication in a very special way. The band’s album came out June 8, 1999, and gave us songs like “Californication,” “Otherside” and “Around The World.” Now, the band is releasing a picture disc reissue of the record.