Watch Incubus’ Elegant, Black-and-White Music Video for the Haunting ‘Loneliest’

Watch Incubus’ Elegant, Black-and-White Music Video for the Haunting ‘Loneliest’

Back in April, Southern California alt/rock vets Incubus released their eighth full-length album, the aptly-titled 8, which they celebrated with a big summer tour. One of the album’s most affecting songs was “Loneliest,” a slow burn with creeping, atmospheric guitar work from Mike Einziger (who spoke with Rock Cellar about the new record and the […]

Stream Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s Grimy and Familiarly Gritty New Album ‘Wrong Creatures’ (New Music Friday)

Stream Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s Grimy and Familiarly Gritty New Album ‘Wrong Creatures’ (New Music Friday)

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have a sound. When you hear a BRMC song, you know it’s them. From singer/guitarist Peter Hayes’ unmistakable voice to their groove-laden brand of dirty, dingy garage rock, there’s no confusion. It’s them. Today, BRMC’s new studio album Wrong Creatures was released. The first new LP from the band since 2013’s […]

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Premiere ‘Echo,’ from New Album ‘Wrong Creatures’ Out Jan. 12

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Premiere ‘Echo,’ from New Album ‘Wrong Creatures’ Out Jan. 12

Heralded garage-rockers Black Rebel Motorcycle Club are gearing up to release Wrong Creatures, a new album that will be available on January 12. BRMC have previewed the album, their seventh full-length to date, with a trio of songs — lead single “Little Thing Gone Wild,” “Question of Faith” and “Haunt,” leading up to Friday’s premiere of the […]

Top 11 Rock Songs That Started as Blues and R&B

Top 11 Rock Songs That Started as Blues and R&B

   “White folks hear the blues come out, but they don’t know how it got there.” – Ma Rainey “Time Is on My Side” by Irma Thomas and the Rolling Stones “Time Is on My Side” was written by Jerry Ragovoy for jazz trombonist Kai Winding in 1963. Winding’s version, essentially an instrumental, only included […]

A Day to Remember Announce 15th Anniversary Tour with Papa Roach, Falling in Reverse and The Devil Wears Prada

A Day to Remember Announce 15th Anniversary Tour with Papa Roach, Falling in Reverse and The Devil Wears Prada

Florida-based rock/metalcore band A Day to Remember have been around 15 years — and they’ll commemorate that achievement with a tour in early 2018. The band’s most recent album, Bad Vibrations, was released to acclaim in 2016. Along for the ride will be a strong support bill featuring Papa Roach (who just released a solid […]

Nothing But Thieves Premiere Video for ‘Particles,’ from Their Eye-Opening Sophomore Album ‘Broken Machine’

Nothing But Thieves Premiere Video for ‘Particles,’ from Their Eye-Opening Sophomore Album ‘Broken Machine’

In late 2015, an upstart band from the U.K. named Nothing But Thieves turned heads with their self-titled debut album (click here for more on that), their blend of aggressive riffs, infectious harmonies and the soaring vocals of lead guitarist/singer Conor Mason helping them make an immediate impact. On Sept. 8 (two months ago), the band […]

Story of the Year Announce ‘Wolves,’ First New Album in Seven Years; Stream ‘Bang Bang’

Story of the Year Announce ‘Wolves,’ First New Album in Seven Years; Stream ‘Bang Bang’

Story of the Year, the St. Louis-based alt/emo band that burst onto the scene in the early 2000s with “Until the Day I Die” and their debut album Page Avenue, have always had a signature sound blending hooks, riffs and lead singer Dan Marsala’s earnest delivery. They haven’t, though, released a new record since 2010’s […]

Turn Me On: Young Rockers Greta Van Fleet Riding Buzz from ‘Black Smoke Rising’ EP to Sold-Out U.S. Tour

Turn Me On: Young Rockers Greta Van Fleet Riding Buzz from ‘Black Smoke Rising’ EP to Sold-Out U.S. Tour

That deafening buzz you’re hearing in the modern rock realm lately? That’s the attention being given to Greta Van Fleet, a rising rock act from Michigan who scored big with their new debut EP, Black Smoke Rising. The band — made up of three brothers, Josh, Jake and Sam Kiszka along with Danny Wagner — […]

Jet’s Chris Cester on ‘Get Born’ and ‘Shine On’ Reissues and Reuniting to Open for Bruce Springsteen

Jet’s Chris Cester on ‘Get Born’ and ‘Shine On’ Reissues and Reuniting to Open for Bruce Springsteen

In 2003, the songs “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” and “Rollover DJ” were everywhere. Consisting of lead guitarist Cameron Muncey, bassist Mark Wilson, and brothers Nic and Chris Cester on vocals/rhythm guitar and drums, respectively, Jet were a breath of fresh air. After a few, interminable years of droning, shoegazing rock from the likes […]

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