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
Vampire Weekend have announced a North American tour supporting their upcoming album Father of the Bride. Tickets go on sale to the general public on February 8 at noon, following a Verified Fan presale beginning on February 5. All U.S. ticket buyers will be sent a CD copy of Father
Kid Rock’s fake Senate campaign will not earn him real fines from the Federal Election Commission. You might recall that the Bullgod spent a good portion of last year making it seem like he was taking on Democrat Debbie Stabenow for a Senate seat in Michigan. Rock went so far
Will Ferrell has announced a killer lineup for his “Best Night of Your Life” charity fundraiser, which will take place at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on Oct. 6. The event will feature appearances from a dozen comedians. In addition to the “Best Night”, the event will also have
Foo Fighters have announced the supporting acts for select dates on their current tour around North America. The tour is in support of their 2017 album Concrete and Gold and will include opening act performances from Dinosaur Jr., Speedy Ortiz, The Joy Formidable, Gang of Youths, The Struts, and more.
Alkaline Trio has announced North American tour dates for late summer and early fall. The tour begins August in Texas and ends with a series of West Coast dates in California. The pop-punk unit will also play Riot Fest in Chicago in mid-September. Tickets for the upcoming shows go on