Cage the Elephant has had a busy 2016, spending most of the year touring in support of their latest album, Tell Me I'm Pretty. If all goes according to plan, 2017 should be equally eventful for Matt Shultz and company.
Speaking to Fuse, Shultz says that Cage the Elephant "hopefully" will release a new album next year.
"We're gonna start demoing in December," he adds. "So [we'll] see how it goes."
Tell Me I'm Pretty, Cage the Elephant's fourth studio album, was released December 2015. It features the singles "Mess Around" and "Trouble."
In addition to working on new material,…
Bring Me the Horizon will return to North America next year in a big way. The British rockers have announced a North American tour for 2017, dubbed the American Nightmare tour.
"In 2017, Bring Me the Horizon will invade North America," the band says in a teaser video for the tour. "Lock you doors. Bolt your windows."
The American Nightmare tour will kick off in March, but the exact dates for the trek have yet to be revealed.
Bring Me the Horizon is currently on a U.K. arena tour in continued support of their latest album, That's the Spirit.
Radiohead will return to the road next year for a run of U.K. and European dates in continued support of their latest album, A Moon Shaped Pool. The mixture of headlining shows and festival appearances kicks of June 6 in Norway, and concludes with a two-night stand at the Manchester Arena in England. Visit Radiohead.com for ticket info.
So far, there aren't any U.S. dates on Radiohead's schedule. The band played just four headlining shows in the U.S. this year -- two in New York City and two in Los Angeles -- along with a few festival appearances.
Korn is in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 for the 13th time thanks to their new album, The Serenity of Suffering.
The latest effort from Jonathan Davis and company debuts at number four on this week's chart, with a total of 57,000 equivalent album units, 55,000 of which were pure album sales.
Including The Serenity of Suffering, all of Korn's last 11 studio albums -- plus their 2004 Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 collection and their 2007 MTV Unplugged live album -- have reached the top 10 of the Billboard 200. They are now one of only seven rock bands to…
As expected, HBO's sci-fi Western series Westworld has featured plenty of cowboys, robots and robotic cowboys. Perhaps more unexpectedly, the show has also included saloon-themed piano covers of famous rock songs, one of which being Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun." Many have praised the Westworld score, which was composed by Ramin Djawadi, including Chris Cornell himself.
"I loved Ramin Djawadi's interpretation of 'Black Hole Sun,'" the Soundgarden vocalist tells Billboard. "It perfectly fits the mood of the scene, and reveals a duality that has always existed in the song."
Other saloon covers have included The Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black," Radiohead's…
Eddie Vedder performed a rousing rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" in support of his beloved Chicago Cubs during Sunday night's World Series game.
"Wrigley Field is full, it's October 30 and there's baseball at Wrigley Field for the first time in history," the Pearl Jam frontman declared before his performance. The Cubs haven't won the World Series since 1908, and they haven't even played in the Fall Classic since 1945.
Though his band is closely associated with Seattle, Vedder is a passionate Cubs fan, having been born in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Illinois.
Prophets of Rage recently wrapped up their Make America Rage Again tour, but the band won't be slowing down any time soon. The politically charged rap-rock supergroup -- made up of Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk, plus Public Enemy's Chuck D and Cypress Hill's B-Real -- plans to keep raging even after November 8.
"This is not a one-off thing just for the election," Commerford tells ABC Radio.
"This is a real band that I'm very excited to be able to be in when I'm 83, you know?" he laughs.
In fact, the Prophets…
Disturbed's "The Sound of Silence" is coming to virtual reality. The band has released a new, 360-degree video for their hit cover of the Simon & Garfunkel classic, which you can watch through the VR app Littlstar.
Directed by Matt Mahurin, the VR video for "The Sound of Silence" delves deeper into the motifs of technology and dystopia.
"It was a thrill and a challenge (and maybe a bit ironic) to use the innovative and immersive world of VR to explore the disconnect of direct human connection that results from the addictive world of social media," says Mahurin in a…
Avenged Sevenfold released an entire new album called The Stage Friday morning, but that's not where the surprises ended. For example, the 15-minute closing track "Exist" features a cameo from none other than famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
"The song came from the idea of wanting to replicate the Big Bang in a heavy-metal sort of way," frontman M. Shadows tells Rolling Stone of "Exist." "Like, 'OK, this is what it would have sounded like when this happened!' It's like a huge classical piece."
Shadows originally conceived "Exist" as an instrumental, but guitarist Synyster Gates suggested the song should feature at least some…
Wrigley Field will host its first World Series game since 1945 tonight when the Chicago Cubs take on the Cleveland Indians for Game 3 of the 2016 Fall Classic. Taking part in the celebration will be Fall Out Boy frontman and hometown hero Patrick Stump, who will sing the national anthem before the game.
Stump and the rest of Fall Out Boy performed at Wrigley Field on Opening Day of the 2015 MLB season. The Cubs lost to the St. Louis Cardinals that night, so maybe just Patrick solo will reverse their karma.
Game 3 of the World Series kicks…
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