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The 1975 is a huge deal these days, the Manchester pop/rock band gearing up for the release of a new album, Notes on a Conditional Form, which will be released on April 24. This Friday, January 24, the band’s 2020 North American tour will go on sale to the public after a few days of pre-sales. Presented by LiveNation, the tour will bring the massively popular group across major cities, starting on April 27 in Houston, TX. The schedule: April 27 Houston, TX The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion April 29 Austin, TX Germania Insurance Amphitheater (formerly Austin360) May 2 Dallas,…

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“Broken Boy” is one of the standout tracks on Social Cues, the 2019 album from Cage the Elephant that’s up for Best Rock Album at the GRAMMYs this weekend. Anybody who’s heard Cage the Elephant’s music over the years is no doubt aware how strongly the band has been influenced by artists like Iggy Pop — and a new version of “Broken Boy” now exists that brings Cage the Elephant and Iggy Pop together at last. Iggy shows up in the updated version of the song, which premiered on Thursday, adding backing vocals and his own verse to the proceedings:…

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2019 was a big year for Southern California rock/funk band Incubus, as the group embarked on a massive tour to commemorate the 20th anniversary of its breakout 1999 album, Make Yourself. In addition to the Make Yourself and More Tour, which made for a very entertaining evening under the stars, the band performing the classic album as well as other hits and deep cuts, Incubus also premiered a standalone single titled “Into the Summer,” which in certain parts felt reminiscent of David Bowie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dn6gRWaoc0 Well, 2020 is here, and Incubus has plans for more new music. On January 31, the…

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Before Linkin Park front man Chester Bennington died in July 2017, he had made plans to reunite Grey Daze, the Arizona-based band he had fronted in the 1990s prior to joining Linkin Park and launching to global stardom. Bennington’s tragic death ended those reunion plans, but in his name and as a tribute to their fallen band mate and friend, the remaining members of Grey Daze forged ahead — and will release a new album of re-recorded songs from their long out-of-print and largely unavailable albums with Bennington. The first preview of this project is “What’s In the Eye,” which…

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Pearl Jam didn’t get to where it is today by doing what’s expected. After the monumental success of 1991’s Ten, the band went its own way on the track to a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, crafting music that was at times challenging, veering away from cloning that record’s sound in hopes of more mainstream success throughout the ’90s and beyond. And along the way, it worked — Pearl Jam became an institution beloved by millions around the world, in large part a consequence of the band’s steadfast adherence to its own vision. On Tuesday, a new Pearl…

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Experiencing a Rammstein concert is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. The spectacle, the pomp, the props, the explosions, the sensory overload as the six-man German industrial/metal band tears up the stage in front of you, it’s all A LOT. And in 2020, Rammstein will take its elaborate production to North American stadiums for the first time in its career. Previously, the band’s sporadic North American touring was limited to arenas, but this time fans will be getting the full treatment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iwqQlfQA4E Detailed officially on Tuesday, the special tour will span just 10 dates from August through September. The schedule: Thursday,…

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Walking around the NAMM Show can be a consistently overwhelming experience. From hall to hall at the mega-convention in Anaheim, California, everything’s bustling and crashing and blaring, excited music enthusiasts everywhere you look. It’s because of that cacophony of sounds and sensory overload that finding something truly special is especially rewarding — and the Soundbrenner Core, discovered while I was exploring Hall B this NAMM Show weekend, looked pretty neat. It’s a watch, but it’s also a tuner, as well as a metronome and … well, it has a ton of features. It can even test dB levels, too! Here’s a…

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Headliners. When it comes to music festivals, everybody’s obsessed with who’s headlining. Rumors swirl for months until the big reveal, and there are undoubtedly tons of people who are motivated to stay home or go to a given festival based solely on who’s headlining. And that’s a shame, because big festivals pack a ton of talent over a multi-day span. The same can definitely be said for this April’s Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, which announced its lineup in early January. Headlined by a reunited Rage Against the Machine, Frank Ocean and Travis Scott, it’s plenty top-heavy — but…

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You may know Taylor Hawkins as the drummer for the Foo Fighters, but he also enjoys work outside the globe-trotting alt/rock heroes fronting his own band, Taylor Hawkins & the Coattail Riders. In early November, Hawkins and his crew released a new record, Get the Money, which was more or less a rock and roll party with A-list special guests like his pals Dave Grohl, Perry Farrell of Jane’s Addiction, Duff McKagan of Guns N’ Roses, Yes’ Jon Davison, Chrissie Hynde, Joe Walsh and more. Grohl and Farrell lend their services to “I Really Blew It,” a song that the…

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There was only one Dimebag Darrell Abbott, the loud-and-proud lead guitarist for heavy metal marauders Pantera — and there’s only one Dimebash. This year, it’s returning to the Observatory in Santa Ana, California on Thursday, January 16 and promises to be a hellraising good time for all in attendance. Just as it did in 2019, Dimebash 2020 takes place right at the start of the NAMM Show, when countless members of the music industry will convene in Orange County for the four-day trade show/conference. This means, of course, that the area will be peppered with bona fide rock stars, some…

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