Rock

Foo Fighters have revived their disco moniker, the Dee Gees, for an upcoming album. The 10-track Hail Satin, featuring five Bee Gees covers, is out July 17 on limited-edition vinyl as part of Record Store Day‘s second 2021 event. The LP, recorded at the band’s 606 studios, is split directly between tributes to the Gibb brothers and live-in-the-studio
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KK’s Priest, the band comprising former Judas Priest guitarist KK Downing and singer Tim “Ripper” Owens, have released the title track off their upcoming debut album, Sermons of the Sinner. The blistering, six-minute thrasher bears all the hallmarks that have made Downing and Owens metal legends: furious double-bass drumming, light-speed guitar solos and piercing, operatic screams. “Sermons of the sinner /
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The Killers have unveiled their collaboration with Bruce Springsteen, entitled ‘Dustland’. The single, released today (June 16) after several teases and previews, is a re-recording of the band’s song ‘A Dustland Fairytale’, which first appeared on their 2008 album ‘Day & Age’ and served as the record’s fourth and final single. The new version sees
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Rush’s Alex Lifeson has unveiled two new instrumental solo tracks titled “Kabul Blues” and “Spy House.” Both songs feature textural keyboards and other atmospheric sonic flourishes. Lifeson flexes his soulful lead playing, especially on the aptly titled “Kabul Blues,” on which he fires off an array of bluesy licks. Lifeson is joined on both songs by
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Eric Clapton has revealed that his polarizing views on the coronavirus pandemic have strained his personal relationships. “I’ve tried to reach out to fellow musicians,” the famed guitarist explained during an interview with YouTube channel Oracle Films. “I just don’t hear from them anymore. My phone doesn’t ring very often. I don’t get that many texts and emails
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Cheap Trick played their first post-coronavirus concert on Saturday at the Foxwoods Casino’s Grand Theater in Mashantucket, Conn., with a little help from their sons. The 19-song performance included classic songs like “Dream Police,” “Surrender” and “I Want You to Want Me,” covers of the Beatles’ “Day Tripper” and Fats Domino’s “Ain’t That a Shame” and several
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Bosses from some of England’s most beloved grassroots music venues have spoken of their fear and frustration, with approximately £36million set to be lost as a result of the easing of coronavirus restrictions being delayed by four weeks. Tonight (Monday, June 14), Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the date of June 21 – also
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There are now two versions of Rough Cutt, the heavy metal group which originally emerged in the ‘80s, and it appears that the separate bands are feuding. In March, one version of Rough Cutt – featuring classic lineup guitarist Chris Hager and drummer/co-founder Dave Alford, alongside new recruits Steven St. James (vocals), Darren Householder (guitar)
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