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Would you believe Korn is preparing to release its 12th studio album? On October 21, the long-running hard rock/metal band will do just that, when The Serenity of Suffering is unleashed via Roadrunner Records. The band previewed the LP recently with a music video for the pummeling track Rotting in Vain, which should appeal to longtime fans of the Bakersfield group, which has done some definite experimentation over the years. The clip stars Sons of Anarchy’s Tommy Flanagan as well as the musicians themselves, take a look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq9j1qkj2Vc Korn’s most recent album, 2013’s The Paradigm Shift, was the first since…

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To attend a ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic concert is to immerse yourself in pop culture-themed musical bliss for an hour and a half. This past weekend, the legendary musician/parody artist and his impossibly capable backing band headlined the Hollywood Bowl for two nights of career-spanning magic, backed by the Philharmonic Orchestra to boot. This was a special, can’t-miss experience concert added to Al’s Mandatory Fun World Tour, and it didn’t disappoint. (All photos via Florian Buechting/Facebook) Getting ready for my show at the Hollywood Bowl. No pressure. A photo posted by Al Yankovic (@alfredyankovic) on Jul 23, 2016 at 8:15pm PDT Saturday’s show…

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Third Eye Blind made waves last week with an emotionally charged appearance at a fundraising event near the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Singer Stephan Jenkins aired out some of his grievances against the GOP and current social issues, and on Monday the band followed that up with a new song along the same vein. Titled Cop Vs. Phone Girl, the mostly acoustic tune concerns issues in the news a lot lately: claims of police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement. Lyrically, Jenkins says the song was specifically inspired by a 2015 incident at Spring Valley High in South…

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Oasis’ 1997 album Be Here Now was a big, some say bloated album that followed the band’s mega-hit 1995 record (What’s the Story?) Morning Glory. By this time, the brothers Gallagher — Noel and Liam — were two of the biggest rock stars on the planet, and the music on Be Here Now was elaborate, indulgent, and fitting for a highly anticipated record from one of the most ‘important’ bands of the era. While persistent rumors have circulated (and been denied) regarding the chance of an actual reunion, this week Oasis announced Chasing The Sun: 1993-1997 Edition, a big reissue celebrating…

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This weekend, “Weird Al” Yankovic will take the stage at the Hollywood Bowl for two very special concerts with the Philharmonic Orchestra. Ahead of those festivities, Yankovic paid a visit to San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, stopping by Conan’s set during the convention. https://twitter.com/alyankovic/status/756256427685982208 There, Al and his band performed the song Foil, his parody of Lorde’s Royals that was a key parody track on 2014’s Mandatory Fun album. Watch the performance below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgnHgQHW8gs In addition to the music, Yankovic chatted for a few minutes with Conan about his concerts, which include more than a few elaborate costume changes, all…

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Whenever a popular song is played over the speakers at a political event, it lends itself to the possibility of the artist speaking out against said use – which is exactly what happened with George Harrison’s estate on Thursday night, just a few days after Third Eye Blind made headlines at a nearby benefit gig. With the RNC taking place in Cleveland and Donald Trump officially accepting the party’s presidential nomination, Here Comes the Sun was heard at the arena at one point during the evening. This prompted the following tweet from Harrison’s Twitter account: https://twitter.com/GeorgeHarrison/status/756329307325235202 After all, George was…

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The 2016 Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival is coming up fast. It’ll take place at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco from August 5 through August 7, and on Thursday the fest revealed its daily lineup. Headlined this year by LCD Soundsystem, Radiohead and Lionel Richie, OSL looks to be another wonderful weekend in the Bay Area this time around. https://twitter.com/sfoutsidelands/status/756176017715331072 For those not attending the fest (which includes Rock Cellar Magazine, as we are unable to make it this year), a livestream was also announced that will allow folks to watch select sets from the weekend’s festivities. From…

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On September 9, The Beatles: Live at the Hollywood Bowl will be reissued in celebration of Ron Howard’s officially-sanctioned new documentary, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years, which will be officially released in the U.S on September 15. Per the press release, Live at the Hollywood Bowl brings back to life an out-of-print live recording of the Fab Four’s two concerts at the legendary venue in 1964 and 1965. However, it is not merely a ‘reissue’, as producer Giles Martin (son of the late Sir George Martin) has added some previously unheard recordings as well: Documenting The…

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Third Eye Blind is a band based out of San Francisco. Songwriter/singer/guitarist Stephan Jenkins is an unabashed left-leaning individual with personal views that clash strongly with the GOP. Despite that context, the band was booked to perform a charity set for Musicians on Call on Tuesday night near the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The event was held at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and despite it not being officially affiliated with the RNC, Rolling Stone reported that the show was ‘tied’ to Donald Trump’s clinch of the GOP nomination. https://twitter.com/PeterHamby/status/755638811565166593 Because of all that, Jenkins and his band turned the appearance…

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In a bit of gigantic news for fans of the early ’90s grunge scene, Temple of the Dog announced its first-ever tour on Wednesday. After the death of Mother Love Bone vocalist Andrew Wood in 1991, the remaining members of the band – Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament – began working with guitarist Mike McCready and Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron on some songs penned by Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell. It spawned into a full project, with a singer named Eddie Vedder around for additional vocal help. Obviously, this predated Pearl Jam’s eventual formation with Vedder, Gossard, Ament and McCready (and, later, Cameron), but…

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