Rock Blog

According To Science, The Bassist Is The Most Important Member In Every Band

There's a running joke that the bass guitar is the lamest, least important instrument in the band. But according to a research study published to the National Academy of Sciences , our brains can find a song's rhythm more accurately by listening to the low tones played on the bass. That means that...
Read More

Watch The Foo Fighters Rock The Roof Of The 2018 BRIT Awards

At the 2018 BRIT Awards, one of the biggest performances of the night came from the Foo Fighters, who brought their "The Sky Is A Neighborhood" video to life in front of a live audience. The Foos performed on the roof of a cottage under a star-lit sky very much similar to the video, and it was just...
Read More

15 Years Ago: 100 People Died In The Station Nightclub Fire

On February 20th, 2003, the Station Night Club of Warwick, RI went up in a blaze due to the pyrotechnics from the performing band Great White . As a result, 230 people were injured and 100 people perished in the blaze including Great White guitarist Ty Longley and club emcee Michael "Dr. Metal"...
Read More

Olympic Figure Skaters Rock The Rink With AC/DC, Pink Floyd and "Game Of Thrones"

Now that the 2018 Winter Olympics have allowed popular songs with lyrics to be used in figure skating routines, the competitors have taken full advantage of the change by rocking their sport to the tune of AC/DC, Pink Floyd, Imagine Dragons, and even the Lannisters' theme song from "Game of Thrones...
Read More

Courtney Love & Frances Bean Cobain Share Rare Photos Of Kurt Cobain On His 51st Birthday

To celebrate what would have been Kurt Cobain's 51st birthday, his daughter Frances Bean Cobain and his widow Courtney Love both shared rare, unreleased photos of the Nirvana frontman from happier days. Frances posted a picture of herself as a baby playing in a kiddie pool with her father on her...
Read More

Lars Ulrich Doesn't Concern Himself With "Ability" When It Comes To His Drumming Style

After being the latest recipents of the Polar Music Prize, which recognizes international excellence in music (aka the musical version of the Nobel Prize), Metallica's Lars Ulrich sat down with members of the organization to talk about his musical upbringing in Denmark, to not being perfect in his...
Read More

Chris Cornell's Widow Gets Emotional When Describing His Fight With Substance Abuse

In her first on-screen interview since the death of her husband Chris Cornell, Vicky Cornell sat down with Robin Wright of Good Morning America to share her thoughts and feelings that addiction and substance abuse can have on an individual. "My husband was the furthest thing from a rock-star junkie...
Read More

KISS Seeks To Trademark The Phrase "The End Of The Road"

With the concept of retirement hovering over the heads of KISS, the band's newest trademark application fuels further conversation. According to the US Patent and Trademark Office , the band's application to trademark the phrase "The End of the Road" would be in useage for "Entertainment services,...
Read More

Watch The Electrifying "Immigrant Song" Fight Scene From Thor: Ragnarok

If there were ever a song that signified the true hidden badassery of one of the strongest superheroes in the MARVEL universe, then "Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin would be the top choice. It Took The Entire Production Time Of "Thor: Ragnarok" To Get The Rights To Use A Led Zeppelin Song Obviously...
Read More

Kurt Cobain Would Have Turned 51 Today

It has been 24 years since the world lost the Nirvana frontman, as on this day (February 20th, 2018) Kurt Cobain would have celebrated his 51st birthday. His suicide left the world in shock, especially his bandmates Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic , and his wife Courtney Love . Since then, Nirvana's...
Read More

Pages