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Judas Priest guitarist Richie Faulkner has been hospitalized with “major hear condition issues,” forcing the legendary metal band to postpone the remaining dates on its current North American tour. After postponing their tour last year due to the pandemic, Judas Priest were back on the road celebrating “50 Years of Heavy Metal” with a fall
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We’re one step closer to Season 4 of Stranger Things. At their global fan event TUDUM Festival today, Netflix unveiled a new teaser for the upcoming fourth season of the sci-fi thriller, which is scheduled to premiere sometime in 2022. It appears this season might provide a little more context into Eleven’s telekinetic abilities. The
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In the decade since R.E.M.’s split in 2011, the alternative rockers have shown no intention of ever getting back together. Exactly 10 years to the day of their break-up, lead singer Michael Stipe dispelled any notions of a reunion during an appearance on WNYC’s All Of It. “That’s wishful thinking. We will never reunite,” Stipe
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Morgan Wallen addressed his use of the N-word during a July sitdown with Good Morning America, in which the country singer also claimed he and his team donated $500,000 to Black organizations. According to a new Rolling Stone report attempting to trace the donations, it appears the money hasn’t materialized with any organizations besides the Black
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Riot Fest continued in Chicago’s Douglass Park on Friday, September 17th. Day 2’s robust lineup boasted sets from Coheed and Cambria, Meg Myers, Pinegrove, Radkey, Smashing Pumpkins, Sublime and recent Consequence Artists of the Month Meet Me @ the Altar and Amigo the Devil. In between sets, Consequence took some time to observe the fest’s ongoing COVID-19
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Try not to feint from shock, but a festival named for violent disobedience is showing some indifference to following the rules. The question is whether Chicago’s Riot Fest 2021 can enforce enough of its own COVID-19 protocols to avoid becoming a super-spreader event. There’s one big reason to think it’s possible. Last month, Lollapalooza welcomed some
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