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Throwback to 2003: Red Hot Chili Peppers Performance

On August 23, 2003, Red Hot Chili Peppers played at Slane Castle in County Meath, Ireland. Also on the bill that day were Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, PJ Harvey, and Feeder. Talk about a solid show. While the entire concert was no doubt amazing, our Throwback Thursday pick is their... Read More

9 Spinal Tap Moments That Really Happened

The acclaimed rock n' roll mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap became everyone's favorite comedy in 1984. Following the lives of the members of Spinal Tap, fictional British rockers that have everything in the world, except a clue. But if you're familiar with the term "truth is stranger than fiction,"... Read More

LISTEN: New Linkin Park Track

Linkin Park has released a new song and announced a new album, One More Light, due out in May. You can listen to the new song, "Heavy," featuring 22-year-old singer Kiiara, below. You may be surprised by the feel of this new release, but keep in mind that the band has a sound that’s constantly... Read More

Read The Grammys' Apology To Metallica

In the wake of the technical difficulties that plagued the start of Metallica and Lady Gaga 's "Moth Into Flame" Grammys performance, Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich issued an official apology to the band during an interview with the Associated Press . "These kids of things are horrible when they... Read More

Soundgarden Inspired St. Vincent Movie

Soundgarden’s 1994 “Black Hole Sun” is probably one of the band’s most popular songs, and let’s be real: It’s a classic. For effect, let’s have a listen below, shall we? Now that we got that out of our system, let’s talk St. Vincent AKA Annie Clark. The singer-songwriter directed a segment of XX ,... Read More

WATCH: Lars Ulrich Shares Reactions to GRAMMY Mic Problems

At Sunday’s GRAMMY Awards, Metallica and Lady Gaga brought the heat, despite some cringe-worthy technical difficulties. And while no one missed a beat during the performance, things apparently didn’t go as well backstage. On The Late Late Show with James Corden, Lars Ulrich explains that you never... Read More