It's been a while since we've heard new music from Chickenfoot, the supergroup featuring Sammy Hagar, founding Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani, but that will change on March 10, when the band releases a new compilation titled Best + Live.
The two-CD set, which features a best-of disc and a new live album, kicks off with a track titled "Divine Termination," the first new song from the group in more than five years.
In addition to the new tune, Best + Live's first disc features memorable tracks from…
Tickets for the 32nd Annual Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, which will be held at Brooklyn, New York's Barclays Center on April 7, will go on sale Friday, February 3 at 10 a.m. Eastern time.
A release from the Rock Hall notes that Citi cardmembers can get the jump on fellow fans with presale starting January 30th at 10 a.m. Eastern time.
The ceremony will see ELO, Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur, Joan Baez, and Yes inducted; Jackson Browne is set to induct Baez, while Neil Young will do the honors for fans and colleagues Pearl Jam, and Rush's Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson will induct fellow prog rock gods Yes.
Tickets start at $50,…
Prophets of Rage are ready to rage again. The rap-rock supergroup's B-Real has shared an Instagram photo revealing that the band is back in the recording studio.
"Time to work!! #prophetsofrage," the rapper writes in the caption.
Tom Morello has also posted a studio photo showing a rack of guitars. "Gathered up some friends to discuss #TheCounteroffensive," he adds.
Prophets of Rage released their debut EP last year. Bassist Tim Commerford previously told ABC Radio that the band plans to release two EPs a year "from here on out."
"It's not gonna be long...where we've leveled the scale between our…
An expanded, remastered edition of the soundtrack to the 1992 film Singles will be released on May 19 in honor of its 25th anniversary. The soundtrack features songs by Pearl Jam, Chris Cornell, Soundgarden and Alice in Chains, and contributed to the grunge explosion of the early '90s.
Singles: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack-Deluxe Edition, which will be available as a two-CD and two-LP collections, includes a bonus disc featuring previously unreleased tracks from Cornell, Pearl Jam's Mike McCready and Paul Westerberg of The Replacements.
Also included on the album is the song "Touch Me I'm D***" by the movie's fictional band…
Frances Bean Cobain is headed to the fashion world. The daughter of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love will star in an upcoming ad campaign from acclaimed designer Marc Jacobs.
"I have always wanted to work with Frances," Jacobs says in an Instagram post announcing the news. "Her beauty, uniqueness, and strength is something I have long admired and respected."
In an interview with Vogue, Cobain says her foray into modeling will likely be a one-time deal.
"I don't think I'll be modeling for anybody else for a very long time -- this is 100 percent outside my comfort zone," Cobain…
Art of Anarchy has announced the details of their sophomore album, their first with Creed's Scott Stapp on vocals. The album is called The Madness, and will be released March 24.
Along with Stapp, who joined the band last year, Art of Anarchy features ex-Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and Disturbed bassist John Moyer.
"Scott's style and the personal lyrics he's been writing are taking the sound in a new direction -- one that brings out the best in all of us," says Bumblefoot. "It's a new chapter for us all, and I'm looking forward to sharing the new…
Slayer has issued a statement regarding the controversial photo vocalist Tom Araya posted on the band's official Instagram page. The image included an picture of Donald Trump giving the metal horns Photoshopped alongside an old photo of the band.
"As was verified by Tom, this was his post, is not something the band would have posted if asked, and does not belong on a Slayer social page," Slayer tells Rolling Stone. "We all have our personal opinions, some of which we have voiced in the past, but Slayer has never endorsed any political party or any candidate, and the band…
Nickelback has signed a new record deal with BMG, which will release the band's ninth studio album.
"We are honored to partner with the global BMG team and look forward to releasing new music for our fans," says Nickelback in a statement. "Sharing our vision and passion with such a dedicated team while being surrounded by some of the greatest music artists of all time is very humbling and we couldn't be more excited."
Nickelback is expected to make a major announcement about the details of the new album on February 1. Ahead of official reveal, the band has shared…
Metallica's 10th studio album Hardwired...to Self-Destruct finally arrived last year, a long eight years after their prior effort, Death Magnetic, was released in 2008. According to frontman James Hetfield, the next Metallica album shouldn't take as long.
Speaking with Singapore's The Straits Times, Hetfield admits that the long gap between Death Magnetic and Hardwired "was a mistake," but "it won't be" another eight years before album 11 arrives.
Right now, of course, Metallica is focused on Hardwired...to Self-Destruct, which was released this past November. Hetfield says he's "surprised" that the album has received "such a positive response."
"It feels good…
Anthrax is diving into the world of craft beer. The New York City thrashers have teamed up with the Butternuts brewery to create their own signature beer, called Wardance.
"Finding the right taste that all of us loved was really important," explains drummer Charlie Benante. "But it was also important that the beer not leave people feeling heavy or filled up afterwards. The other thing I love about our beer is that it goes really well with a burger. It's the one beer to have when you're having a 'Wardance.'"
Wardance will be available in New York State beginning March…
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