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According To Science, Drummers May Be The Smartest Members Of The Band

There is a common joke amongst drummers that goes " There are three kinds of drummers. Those that can count and those that can't ." But then, there is also this one: "How can you tell if the stage is level? When the drummer is drooling out of both sides of their mouth ." Ba-dum-tss. Drummers often...
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25 Years Ago: Tool Draws Everyone In With "Undertow"

On April 6th, 1993, Tool blew everyone away when their debut full-length album Undertow hit the shelves. Folliowing the success of their debut EP Opiate , the members of Tool already had the songs for Undertow ready to go. They just kept them in reserve, waiting for the perfect time to unleash them...
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18 Years Ago: Blue Oyster Cult Got More Cowbell

The cowbell became the gift that keeps on giving in Blue Oyster Cult's hit song "Don't Fear The Reaper." According to the re-enactment on Saturday Night Live on April 8th, 2000, we got to witness a glimpse back in 1976 at Sunshine Studios when the Blue Oyster Cult were struggling with the recording...
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Shinedown Debuts Music Video For New Song, "The Human Radio"

If you are a fan of Black Mirror , then you are going to appreciate the message of Shinedown's video for their new song "The Human Radio." In today's tech-driven society, smartphones have become such a vital part of our lives that a sense of panic ensues if you misplace it even for a second. For...
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Listen To Frances Bean Cobain's First Song Ever

Although many people would assume that the daughter of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and Hole's Courtney Love would be immediately thrust into the music business, Frances Bean Cobain has not felt pressured or obligated to follow in her parents' footsteps. But according to a post on her Instagram, it...
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24 Years Ago & 16 Years Ago: Nirvana's Kurt Cobain And Alice In Chains' Layne Staley Die On April 5th

In a somewhat bizarre coincidence, two grunge figureheads - Kurt Cobain from Nirvana in 1994, and Layne Staley from Alice In Chains in 2002, both died on April 5th. Cobain's death occurred at the height of Nirvana's popularity, as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. His death...
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Underpaid Teachers Chant Twisted Sister's "We're Not Gonna Take It" During Protests

Being a teacher is a tough job. They work hard putting together lesson plans only to have to deal with awful kids and their parents, on top of not being paid what they rightfully deserve. Now a movement is gaining steam in Oklahoma after thousands of teachers went on strike demanding an increase in...
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Scott Ian, Nikki Sixx, Bill Burr, Marc Maron And More Pay Tribute To AC/DC's Bon Scott

Rockers and comedians collide as two worlds of entertainment gathered onstage to honor AC/DC's Bon Scott at Dean Delray’s Comedy & Rock Show “Tribute To Bon Scott of AC/DC.” Organized by comedian/podcaster Dean Delray, the night was full of laugher and headbanging. Featuring stand-up comedians...
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Jared Leto Announces His Cross-Country Hitchhiking Adventure On 'The Tonight Show'

Can you give Jared Leto a lift? He's just embarking on a trip across the United States to not only promote 30 Seconds To Mars' new album America , but to also meet and befriend ordinary citizens from around the country. His sense of direction may be a little off though, considering he found himself...
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"Welcome To The Jungle" Voted As The Best Workout Song Of 2018

There are lots of songs that get that adrenaline pumping when you enter the glorious house of gains. They make you want to lift harder, run faster, and push you past your limits. But according to the 2018 "March Music Madness" bracket by Gold's Gym , "Welcome To The Jungle" by Guns N' Roses takes...
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