Fall Out Boy is something of a favorite among sports fans thanks to the band's hit "Centuries," which became an unlikely sports stadium anthem.
"I don’t know enough about sports to write a song for it!" frontman Patrick Stump told ABC Radio back in 2015, still, Fall Out Boy went on to play the song at the NHL All-Star Game that year, and at a pre-Super Bowl concert.
Well, this weekend they'll be singing a different, and more traditional, sports anthem. The band tweeted Tuesday that they'll be leading the seventh-inning stretch sing-along on "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during…
Kings of Leon and Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto are among the many stars to appear on tonight's star-studded Hand in Hand telethon to raise money for hurricane relief.
Other musicians you'll see during the special include Dave Matthews, Gwen Stefani, Beyonce, Drake, Justin Bieber, and Foo Fighters collaborator Justin Timberlake.
The list of appearing non-musical stars is equally impressive. They include Julia Roberts, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Jimmy Fallon, Kerry Washington, Bruce Willis, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Jeremy Renner, Robin Roberts, Taraji P. Henson, Adam Sandler, Kate Hudson, George Clooney, Stephen Colbert, Nicole Kidman, Matthew McConaughey and…
Seether will hit the road this fall in continued support of their new album, Poison the Parish. The U.S. headlining tour begins November 25 in Charlotte, North Carolina and will conclude December 20 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Shaman's Harvest will provide support on the tour. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, September 15 at 10 a.m. local time via Seether.com.
Poison the Parish, Seether's seventh studio effort, features the singles "Betray and Degrade" and "Let Me Down." The latter track spent four weeks at number one on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart.
Here are Seether's fall U.S. tour dates:
Nothing But Thieves take a stripped-back approach in a new performance video for their single "Sorry," a track from the British band's newly released sophomore album Broken Machine.
The clip finds frontman Conor Mason and company performing in all white room that looks like a set from The Matrix. For their new version of the song, the band slows down the tempo and replaces the chugging guitar riffs with a dreamier style. You can watch the stripped back "Sorry" performance now on YouTube.
Broken Machine, which also features the single "Amsterdam," is out now. Nothing But Thieves will launch a North…
If you find yourself in London and in need of a drink, perhaps you should stop by The Foo Fighters Arms, a pop-up pub launching in the English capital to celebrate the release of the band's new album, Concrete and Gold.
The Foo Fighters Arms will open this Friday, September 15, the same day Concrete and Gold arrives. The pub will be offering exclusive merchandise and plenty of Foo-themed beer until it closes one week later, on September 20.
For more info, visit FooFightersArms.com.
In other Foo Fighters happenings, the band has launched a new website featuring clips from Concrete…
Of Mice & Men has been working on a new album, and lead vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley has offered an encouraging update on the band's progress.
"Tracking for the new album is nearly complete," Pauley writes on Twitter. "One final day left in the studio, then we're hitting the road!"
The new album will be the follow-up to 2016's Cold World, and the group's first without ex-frontman Austin Carlile, who left the band at the end of last year due to his struggle with Marfan syndrome.
Pauley took over lead vocal duty following Carlile's departure, and the band has since released…
Last night's episode of the Bravo reality series Shahs of Sunset featured a surprise cameo from Chester Bennington.
The late Linkin Park frontman and his wife, Talinda, appeared during an event hosted by Shahs star Asa Soltan Rahmati, filmed months before Bennington took his own life July 20.
As it turns out, Chester and Talinda were close friends with Rahmati.
"[Chester] was...an incredible soul," she explained on Watch What Happens Live. "He was an amazing person."
Bennington also wrote a blurb for Rahmati's book Golden: Empowering Rituals to Conjure Your Inner Priestess.
Talinda thanked Rahmati after the episode aired, tweeting,…
Kid Rock is scheduled to kick off a six-show residency at Detroit's newly opened Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday, which has not been sitting well with the city's chapter of the National Action Network civil rights group. In response to the group's criticism, the musician and potential Senate candidate has issued a statement taking aim at those who would label him as a racist.
"Pretty funny how scared I have them all and their only agenda is to try and label people/me racist who do not agree or cower to them!" Rock writes. "My track record in Detroit and Michigan…
Marilyn Manson has revealed the details of his new album, Heaven Upside Down. The 10th studio effort from the iconic shock-rocker, which was previously titled Say10, will arrive on October 6.
Your first preview of Heaven Upside Down comes in the form of the profane single "We Know Where You F****** Live," spelled in all caps, which you can download now via digital outlets.
Heaven Upside Down is the follow-up to Manson's 2015 effort, The Pale Emperor. He'll kick off a North American tour in support of the new album September 27 in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Here is the Heaven…
Nickelback welcomed a surprise guest during their concert in Los Angeles Friday night: Chad Kroeger's estranged wife, Avril Lavigne. She joined her ex and his band onstage for a performance of the Nickelback song "Rockstar." You can watch fan-recorded footage of the collaboration now on YouTube.
"You never know who will join us for 'Rockstar' karaoke," Nickelback wrote on Twitter alongside a photo of Kroeger and Lavigne together.
Kroeger and Lavigne got married in July 2013. The Canadian couple announced their separation in September 2015, but they've continued to attend events and work on music together.
Friday's onstage reunion also…
The Manchester Arena reopened Saturday night to hold its first concert following the terrorist bombing that occurred after an Ariana Grande show at the venue May 22. The night was headlined by Manchester native Noel Gallagher.
While playing the Oasis track "Don't Look Back an Anger," which has become an anthem for Manchester in the wake of the attack, a clearly emotional Gallagher teared up. You can watch fan-recorded footage of the performance now on YouTube.
Predictably, Noel's estranged brother and ex-band mate, Liam Gallagher, wasn't impressed with his emotion. Liam, who previously criticized Noel for not playing the We…
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