July 1, 2022
The Goo Goo Dolls Tackle Celebrity Culture in “Yeah, I Like You”; Tour in July, ‘Chaos in Bloom’ Album 8/12
July 1, 2022
‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ is for Kids — but its Soundtrack of ’70s Covers from Indie Stars is for Everyone Else (Listen)
July 1, 2022
Out Now: Shinedown Unleashes ‘Planet Zero’ Album; Hosting Free Live Stream for Release Day
July 1, 2022
Smash Mouth Wishes You a Happy “4th of July” with Lively New Song Featuring New Singer Zach Goode
June 30, 2022
Beck Regrets Denying “Weird Al” Yankovic Permission to Parody “Loser” in the ’90s: “I’m Actually Really Sad It Didn’t Happen”
June 30, 2022
Coming 9/20: ‘Me and Paul: Untold Tales of a Fabled Friendship,’ Written by Willie Nelson + David Ritz
June 30, 2022
Pink Floyd Releasing ‘Animals: 2018 Mix’ Reissue 9/16, Marking First Time in 5.1 Surround Sound (Pre-Order)
June 30, 2022
There’s a New “Life on Mars?”- Inspired David Bowie Barbie Doll from Mattel (Available Now)
June 30, 2022
Radio Station Plays Rage Against the Machine “Killing in the Name” on Loop After Layoffs, Format Change
June 29, 2022
Darren Hayes (ex-Savage Garden) Confronts Depression, Suicide in “Poison Blood” Video (ft. a Nod to Prince)
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June 14, 2022
Forgiveness is at the Core of Papa Roach’s New Video for “No Apologies”; ‘Rockzilla’ Tour Starts Late July
Papa Roach returned in early April with Ego Trip, the 11th studio album from the ever-evolving Northern California band, which first emerged more than two decades ago amid the “nu-metal”...
April 7, 2022
Out Now: Papa Roach Embarks on an ‘Ego Trip’ of Confidence and Boundless Energy (Album Review)
We’re more than two decades removed from “Last Resort,” the breakthrough single from hard-rock/nu-metal band Papa Roach that put the Vacaville, California group on the map way back in 2001....
March 1, 2022
Papa Roach Shares “Cut The Line,” ‘Ego Trip’ LP Coming 4/8; Tour ft. Hollywood Undead/Bad Wolves On Now
The past few months have seen a flurry of activity from Papa Roach, and it was all building to today — when the long-running hard-rock/nu-metal band announced its 11th studio...
January 21, 2022
New from Papa Roach: Stream “Stand Up,” an Energetic Call-To-Action Anthem (& Spring Tour News)
Shared on Friday by Papa Roach, “Stand Up” is a song with a specific — and powerful — message. “‘Stand Up’ is inspired by the social unrest of marginalized people...
December 13, 2021
Papa Roach Details 2022 ‘Kill the Noise’ Tour ft. Special Guests Hollywood Undead/Bad Wolves
More than two decades since the release of the band’s breakthrough 2000 major label debut, Infest, Northern California rockers Papa Roach remain a force on the hard-rock scene — and...
October 29, 2021
Papa Roach Shares Hopeful New Song, “Dying to Believe,” a High-Energy Call to Action
More than two decades removed from their explosive 2000 debut Infest, Papa Roach soldiers on — and on Friday, the long-running hard rock/alt band premiered a new song, “Dying to...
September 9, 2021
Papa Roach Turns the Energy Up for New Song/Video, “Kill the Noise”; Joining Breaking Benjamin Tour
In early August, hard rockers Papa Roach returned with a new song, “Swerve,” a collaboration with Fever 333 and Los Angeles rapper Sueco. The song was a bit of a...
August 5, 2021
Papa Roach Debuts Vivid Video for “Swerve,” a Stylistic Mash-Up of a New Song ft. Fever 333 & Los Angeles Rapper Sueco
It’s been more than two decades since Papa Roach hit it big with Infest, the California band‘s breakthrough studio album led by the single “Last Resort,” which became an enduring...
March 18, 2021
3/19: Papa Roach Hosting ‘Greatest Hits Vol. 2: In Conversation’ Live Stream, Hosted by Allison Hagendorf
Greatest Hits Vol. 2: The Better Noise Years is a new compilation from Papa Roach slated for release this Friday, March 19. In addition to the new album, which brings...
June 23, 2020
Papa Roach Released an Updated Version of ‘Tightrope,’ a Hidden Track on 2000’s ‘Infest’; New Album in the Works
This past weekend, Papa Roach surprised fans with a newly updated version of an old song, “Tightrope.” It’s always been something of a fan favorite, and as a treat for...
December 13, 2019
Watch Mongolian Folk/Metal Band the Hu’s New Video for ‘Wolf Totem,’ Featuring Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix
The Hu has seamlessly blended traditional Mongolian throat-singing and heavier rock/metal into a fascinating new crossover style that has caught on in a big way in 2019 — and it’s...
December 11, 2019
Mongolian Folk/Metal Band The Hu Caps U.S. Tour with Help from Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix and From Ashes to New’s Danny Case (Recap)
This wasn’t a concert, it was an experience. The Hu, a captivating Mongolian folk/metal band that blends traditional throat singing with groove-oriented hard rock elements, finished a big U.S. tour...
September 12, 2019
Papa Roach’s Music Video for ‘Come Around’ is a Powerful Story of the Incredible Healing Power of Music
Papa Roach premiered a new music video this week — but the clip, for a song called “Come Around,” included in the band‘s 2019 album Who Do You Trust?, is...
February 23, 2022
Aftershock Festival 2022: Slipknot/KISS/My Chemical Romance/Foo Fighters Top Loaded Lineup
The Aftershock Festival has maintained a reputation as one of the premier hard-rock concert festivals around, and the 2022 fest is primed to be one of the biggest yet. As...
December 8, 2021
Welcome to Rockville 2022: KISS, Guns N’ Roses, Foo Fighters, Megadeth, Korn, Smashing Pumpkins, Jane’s Addiction, Many More
The Welcome to Rockville music festival announced its 2022 lineup on Wednesday, and it packs quite a punch as far as headlining acts are concerned. Bringing together several of the...
July 20, 2021
Four Years Later: Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park
The piece below originally ran on July 24, 2017, four days after Chester Bennington of Linkin Park was found dead in his Southern California home of a suspected suicide. In...
April 2, 2019
Remembering Chester Bennington with Photographer Jim Louvau and KROQ-FM DJ Ted Stryker
Photographer/musician Jim Louvau recently held a special photo exhibit in Burbank, California, honoring his friend and frequent photo subject, Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington, with proceeds benefiting 320 Changes Direction....
March 27, 2019
Review: Lamb of God’s Mark Morton and Light the Torch (and Moon Tooth) at the Roxy in Hollywood
On March 1, Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton released Anesthetic, his first foray into solo album territory. Featuring his signature heavy-as-hell guitar tone throughout the record, Morton was aided...
March 1, 2019
Lamb of God Guitarist Mark Morton Releases Guest-Heavy (and Riff-Heavy) New Solo LP ‘Anesthetic’ (Listen)
When you listen to a song by Lamb of God, the Richmond, Virginia-based metal band that’s been around for 25 years, two things are at the forefront: the deep, throaty...
February 28, 2019
Turning Life-Changing Grief Into Powerful Art: Q and A with Holy Wars’ Kat Leon and Nicolas Perez
Sitting down with Kat Leon and Nicolas Perez of Holy Wars at an upscale cafe in Los Angeles, it’s quite easy to see how willing they are to open up and discuss...
July 20, 2018
One Year Later: Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park
The piece below originally ran on July 24, 2017, four days after Chester Bennington of Linkin Park was found dead in his Southern California home of a suspected suicide. A...
July 24, 2017
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...
April 6, 2022
Going to Coachella 2022 (or Watching the Live Stream)? Don’t Miss These 21 Acts Across All Stages
This article spotlighting acts to catch at Coachella was first written for the 2020 event, but it has now been updated to reflect the 2022 lineup and details. Headliners. When...
January 21, 2022
Rest in Peace, Meat Loaf: 1947-2022 (Iconic Singer/Actor Remembered by Peers)
Meat Loaf has passed away at the age of 74, it was announced early Friday. TMZ reported his passing, noting that he died after a fight with COVID-19 after falling...
January 10, 2022
Lensing the Legends: Sherry Rayn Barnett Visually Captures the Essence of Music
In her exquisite new book Eye of the Music, The Photography of Sherry Rayn Barnett, New York to LA, 1969-1989, the eponymous shutterbug chronicles the music scene coast-to-coast for two...
July 1, 2021
Behind the Lens: Music Photographer Jérôme Brunet — Licensed to Shoot (Q&A)
Jérôme Brunet is arguably to music photography what James Bond is to espionage. Like 007, Brunet has a great eye for taking aim. But instead of armed with a Beretta...
February 2, 2021
Unforgettable Jimi Hendrix Stories from Musicians Lucky Enough to Watch Him Play
Jimi Hendrix is a near-mythical figure … but he was very much a human being, just like the rest of us. The difference, of course, lies in his otherworldly guitar...
February 5, 2020
Make an Effort to Catch Mongolian Folk/Metal Band The Hu on the Road in 2020 (New Dates)
Watching a set from Mongolian folk/metal band The Hu is unlike any other you’ve seen — and if you haven’t yet experienced the group live, you’ll have another opportunity in...
April 20, 2017
Music Photographer Mick Rock’s Magical Mystery Movie, ‘SHOT!’ (L.A. Premiere Recap)
Star-Studded Cinema Premiere Rocks L.A. The star-studded Los Angeles premiere of SHOT!? The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock took place April 5 at the Pacific Theatres at The Grove. Rock Cellar...
November 28, 2016
Q&A with Singer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist Rob Bonfiglio
Rob Bonfiglio may not be a household name, but he deserves to be. The Berklee College of Music graduate is a multi-faceted quadruple threat: a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer....
August 16, 2012
Susanna Hoffs Bares All (?) in New Interview
Paying homage to ’60s-era bands like The Beach Boys, and The Mamas and the Papas, Susanna Hoffs has recently released her third solo album, Someday – her first release in 16 years....
June 19, 2012
The Bangles: Still Rock’s Sweethearts
Hailed as the undisputed queens of ’60s-inspired garage rock, The Bangles are back. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the release of their eponymous first EP this month, the Los Angeles-based...
October 6, 2011
Greenwich Village: The Music that Defined a Scene
Greenwich Village, by ushering in the dawn of free speech, free love, and politically engaged art, changed the world forever. The artists who emerged – from Arlo Guthrie to Buffy...