- John Frusciante Is Making an Acid House Album: Hear the First Single John Frusciante is making a new album, but it won't be rock music. He's making an acid house album under the name Trickfinger.
- Who is Future User? New Band Reveals Identities in Exclusive Interview Future User's identities have finally been revealed and the band continues to disturb and provoke social and political discussion with real needles and cameos from cycling great Lance Armstrong and Marvel’s Stan Lee.
- Tom DeLonge's Open Letter to Blink-182 Fans: 'This Makes Me Really Sad' Tom DeLonge has used his Facebook page to pen a lengthy letter to Blink-182 fans about the current state of the band.
- Forecastle 2015: My Morning Jacket, Modest Mouse Headlining Sam Smith, My Morning Jacket and Widespread Panic will headline the 2015 Kentucky festival.
- BottleRock Napa 2015 Single Day Line Ups BottleRock Napa Valley is May 29th, 30th, and 31st featuring the best in WINE, FOOD, BREW, and LIVE MUSIC.
- Steve Aoki Interviews Stan Lee of Marvel Comics: Watch Stan Lee believes that "If we don't blow ourselves up, the future will be wonderful."
- Imagine Dragons Return with New Song 'Shots': Listen The latest single from the upcoming Imagine Dragons album could find the band courting success on pop radio as well as alternative rock.
- Faith No More Announce Spring Tour Dates Faith No More will hit the road this spring in advance of their first new album since 1997.
- AWOLNATION Incite a Dance Frenzy in 'Hollow Moon (Bad Wolf)' Video: Watch The clip finds frontman Aaron Bruno walking through a crowd of frozen onlookers while the shot slowly follows Bruno's performance of the song.
- Slipknot Expand 2015 Tour Into Summer Slipknot's latest album, .5: The Gray Chapter is in stores now.
- Muse Reveal 'Abusive' Audio Clip, Possible Title of New Album Muse revealed another sonic clue about their forthcoming seventh album. And did they just reveal the album title, too?
- Tom DeLonge Leaves Blink-182 'Indefinitely' In a statement released this morning from the band's publicist, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker explain the show must go on.