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Earlier this week, Metallica stopped in at Etihad Stadium in Manchester and something unexpected happened. Inspired by the city the band happened to be in at the time and its rich history of influential music, the set featured a brief homage. No, guitarist Kirk Hammett didn’t slip in a puddle and topple over mid-guitar solo — he’s already done that this tour, to great comedic effect — but he and bassist Rob Trujillo treated the gathered masses to a quick, reverent cover of the Stone Roses’ “I Wanna Be Adored,” as a tribute to the legendary Manchester band. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Kc2EiZxMT8 All…

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You know that feeling when you go to a concert and the band on stage — it doesn’t matter if it’s the band you came to see or the opening act, or whomever — just plays a song that goes on and on and on forever? Violent Femmes certainly do, and the esteemed indie/rock band’s new song “Another Chorus” is a perfect means of dealing with the emotions involved in that scenario. The song was premiered on Wednesday, and it’s short — just over two and a half minutes — but in that time, the chorus of “Another Chorus” manages…

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Los Angeles-based alt/rock band Badflower released its debut album, OK, I’m Sick, back in February. A powerful collection of songs from the young band tackling serious issues such as depression, drug addiction and so on, the band earned a ton of buzz for singles like “Ghost” and “Promise Me” — and now, “Promise Me” has a music video of its own. The song boasts a pretty catchy refrain of: Promise me we’ll never grow up I don’t wanna let go I wanna stay young And even when the wrinkles show up We’ll be laughing, and We can play forever Don’t…

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Chris Shiflett is known as the guitarist for the Foo Fighters, which he has been since joining Dave Grohl’s band prior to their 2012 album One By One. But if that’s all you know him has, you’ve been missing out — because the man had several solo releases and other projects spanning rock, Americana and punk over the years. On Friday, Shiflett released Hard Lessons, his second official solo album under his own name and the follow-up to 2017’s West Coast Town. Pick up a copy of Hard Lessons now at this link. Musically, Hard Lessons showcases Shiflett’s affinity for…

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Silversun Pickups have always had a dynamic, engaging sound incorporating haunting song structures and resonant vocals, but the Los Angeles-based rock/indie band hit a new gear on the new album, Widow’s Weeds, which was released on Friday. Click here to pick up a copy. For this album, the band’s fifth full-length and the follow-up to 2015’s Better Nature, Butch Vig was enlisted to lend his legendary producing chops to the proceedings. The result is one of the most captivating listens of the band’s career, which is saying a lot given the wealth of engaging material they’ve churned out over the…

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Clearly not content to sit back and watch his brother get all the headlines about his new music, Liam Gallagher roared back with a new single titled “Shockwave” on Friday. Featuring a lead guitar riff reminiscent of the Kinks, “Shockwave” is Gallagher’s first bit of new music since his 2017 solo album As You Were. Stream the song below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3Qbr7mQ4FU Given the long-standing feud between Liam and his brother, Noel Gallagher, it’s tough to read lyrics like this and not see the correlation: You’re a snake, you’re a weasel You’re a tadpole in the sea And the pain you feel…

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2012 was seven years ago, and it was the year Keane released its most recent album — but on September 20, the long-running English rock/pop band will return with Cause and Effect, the first bit of music released after the group’s five-year hiatus. The album, the band’s fifth overall, was previewed on Thursday with the premiere of a music video for “The Way I Feel,” a catchy and powerful anthem that ought to do quite well on the charts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VM5_w4hNlbs As the news release detailed, neither Keane as a unit nor lead singer Tom Chaplin were really expecting this burst…

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This one’s too “weird” for words, but here goes. On Monday night, James Holzhauer’s marathon run as a Jeopardy! contestant came to an end. He’d won 32 games and netted more than $2.4 million in prize money, but it came to a dramatic end: https://twitter.com/Jeopardy/status/1135742972513800192 The date of Holzhauer’s defeat was June 3, 2019. On June 4, 1984, “Weird Al” Yankovic premiered “I Lost On Jeopardy,” his parody of the Greg Kihn Band hit “Our Love’s In Jeopardy.” So, if you’re paying attention, Holzhauer’s epic run on “Jeopardy!” came to an end JUST IN TIME for the 35th anniversary of…

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May was Mental Health Awareness Month, a time for us all to come together and focus some attention on the dialogue surrounding mental health issues. Slant, a Los Angeles-based rock band with a new EP coming out later this month, premiered a video for its cover of the U2 classic “With Or Without You” to further the conversation. Watch the clip, which focuses on the struggles of a young woman and features the band’s vocalist/guitarist, Fahim Zaman in a co-starring role, below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D50GokIwICs Explained Zaman about the video’s themes: “I wanted the video to depict how straining and complicated things…

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In May 1999, I was about to be a freshman in high school. It was during my high school years — which coincided with the heyday of “nu-metal” and all that entailed, musically — when I fell, hard, into the music that would take up the next decade-plus (and beyond) of my life. On June 1, 1999, mere weeks after I graduated from middle school, a band of three snotty bros calling themselves Blink-182 released a record titled Enema of the State, a record that is inexplicably 20 years old today. Enema was not Blink’s first album (it was their…

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