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Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, and Why His Passing is So Difficult to Process

Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park, and Why His Passing is So Difficult to Process

Back in late 2000 I was browsing a Yahoo! Group for fans of Limp Bizkit. Very much a snapshot of the era, that’s how 15-year-old me decided to spend my…

From Letters to Cleo, American Hi-Fi and Matchbox Twenty to Miley Cyrus and the Chainsmokers – Stacy Jones is the Ultimate Music Utility Man (Q&A)

From Letters to Cleo, American Hi-Fi and Matchbox Twenty to Miley Cyrus and the Chainsmokers – Stacy Jones is the Ultimate Music Utility Man (Q&A)

There’s a pretty good chance you’ve seen Stacy Jones make music, whether you know it or not. Over the years, he’s been a drummer, lead singer, guitarist, producer and Music…

Q&A: Guitarist Tim Mahoney on 311’s New Album ‘Mosaic,’ Career Longevity, the Dead, and More

Q&A: Guitarist Tim Mahoney on 311’s New Album ‘Mosaic,’ Career Longevity, the Dead, and More

On June 23, 311 released Mosaic, the twelfth full-length album for the long-running alt/rock band. This time around, the band — vocalist/guitarist Nick Hexum, vocalist S.A. Martinez, bassist Aaron ‘P-Nut’…

Stone Sour and Megadeth Both Covered Soundgarden’s ‘Outshined’ in Tribute to Chris Cornell, and Ann Wilson Sang ‘Black Hole Sun’ – Watch

Stone Sour and Megadeth Both Covered Soundgarden’s ‘Outshined’ in Tribute to Chris Cornell, and Ann Wilson Sang ‘Black Hole Sun’ – Watch

On Thursday, the entire music community came together to mourn the sudden and horribly tragic death of Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog vocalist/guitarist Chris Cornell. Cornell, 52, was…

Almost Two Decades Since ‘The Way,’ Fastball ‘Step Into Light’ Once Again (Q&A with Miles Zuniga)

Almost Two Decades Since ‘The Way,’ Fastball ‘Step Into Light’ Once Again (Q&A with Miles Zuniga)

In 1998, it wasn’t possible to turn on the radio or MTV without hearing Fastball‘s “The Way” or seeing its music video. The song was one of the decade’s most…

Best New Music: Pop-Punk Kings New Found Glory Shine with New Album ‘Makes Me Sick’ (Listen)

Best New Music: Pop-Punk Kings New Found Glory Shine with New Album ‘Makes Me Sick’ (Listen)

It’s a triumphant time for New Found Glory. The long-running pop-punk band (vocalist Jordan Pundik, guitarist Chad Gilbert, bassist Ian Grushka and drummer Cyrus Bolooki) are out on the road on…

Incubus Guitarist Mike Einziger — The Interview

Incubus Guitarist Mike Einziger — The Interview

Since forming in the Los Angeles suburb of Calabasas as high school students in 1991, the members of Incubus reached prolific heights as a band. They’ve toured the world in support of…

Best New Music: Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness Soars to New Heights with ‘Zombies on Broadway’ (Listen)

Best New Music: Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness Soars to New Heights with ‘Zombies on Broadway’ (Listen)

In 2014, Andrew McMahon (formerly of Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin) released a new album under the name Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. The album, led by the hit single…

Stone Sour, Slipknot and the Value of Taking Chances: A Chat with Corey Taylor

Stone Sour, Slipknot and the Value of Taking Chances: A Chat with Corey Taylor

For the past two decades, Corey Taylor has been the ringleader of the metal band Slipknot. He’s also, even before Slipknot, been the lead singer of the hard-rock band Stone…

Best New Music: If You Love Star Wars and Heavy Metal, Galactic Empire’s New Debut LP is Definitely For You

Best New Music: If You Love Star Wars and Heavy Metal, Galactic Empire’s New Debut LP is Definitely For You

The music of Star Wars is well-known to just about everyone — even those that aren’t fans of the film series and its expanded universe knows some of its powerful…

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