Rock

Metallica will publish a coffee-table book of photography titled The Black Album in Black & White on Oct. 19. The volume is a companion to an expansive box-set reissue of their 1991 self-titled album that will arrive a month earlier. The book features some classic images, as well as some previously unseen ones. Introductions by photographer Ross Halfin and the band members shed some light
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Mogwai have announced a London headline show for 2022 – see all the details below. READ MORE: Mogwai – ‘As The Love Continues’ review: cinematic post-rock that loses steam The Scottish group released their 10th studio album ‘As The Love Continues’ back in February, going on to score their first-ever UK Number One with the project.
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Will Smith has announced details of his forthcoming new memoir, Will. The musician and actor will publish the book in the UK on November 9 via Century. Written with The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck author Mark Manson, Will will see Smith “opening up fully about his life in a brave and inspiring book
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When you’ve got the precision attack of Greye, you don’t need much more than a sexy set of chugging riffs to make a hit single even better, and in their new cut “Over My Head,” the Florida-stationed rockers give us what could be some of the heaviest-hitting guitar parts of their career to date. Instead
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If, at any point during the recent crisis, you found yourself thinking, ‘What would Billy Gibbons do?’ – and there are probably worse role models – you might have pictured the ZZ Top frontman lighting out for some cactus-pocked desert redoubt in one of his garageful of hot rods. A scarlet coupe, perhaps, flames painted
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Take a map and find Gampo Abbey, a Buddhist monastery situated on a rugged finger of Nova Scotia, Canada, and you might notice that it sits at the end of a long track called Red River Road. David Morris, singer and songwriter in England’s Red River Dialect, wasn’t aware of the name when he applied
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Bands like BLK JKS don’t come along often, especially in places like Johannesburg. There was no South African indie rock scene to speak of when the group emerged from the city’s Spruitview district in the mid-2000s, and their distinctive sound – a blend of kwaito, dub and township soul fired through a prism of dissonant
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Narrated by Kenny Aronoff himself “Sex, Drums, Rock ‘n’ Roll” the audio version is an intimate, riveting and passionate rendition of the inspirational book written by one of the historically documented best drummers on the planet. Aronoff played drums with John Mellencamp for 17 years, drummed for Smashing Pumpkins, and has played with The Beatles….a
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