When Muse named its new album "Drones" and slapped on album art like this, you knew you were getting into some serious, post-apocalyptic arena rock business. With the album due out next Monday (June 8), the band shared another new track called “The Handler.”
R&B/Hip-Hop Briefs: News about TV One's launching of new season of popular music/mini-doc series "Unsung"; BET and AEG renew festival partnership for another three years and Chris Brown manager Mike G signs Teyana Taylor as a client.
It's a timeless question: does life imitate art or does art imitate life? Either way, a 2009 episode of Family Guy seems to have predicted Caitlyn Jenner's transition about six years before it happened.
Earth, Wind & Fire is fully cognizant of being this year's heritage act at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. But the group is no stranger to playing large-scale festivals where it might stick out a bit from the rest of the lineup.
Snoop Dogg joined the ranks of public figures who've shared less-than-sensitive reactions to Caitlyn Jenner's transition on social media today, sharing a meme that compares the coverage of the Vanity Fair cover with the coverage of Akon's charitable initiatives.
As fans eagerly await the upcoming Fare Thee Well shows, the Grateful Dead have announced their largest boxed set to date to celebrate the band's long strange trip along with their 50th anniversary. The collection boasts a whopping 80 discs, featuring 30 live shows, and will arrive in September. A four-CD version of the set, containing one song from each of the 30 concerts, will also be released.
After a No. 1 Billboard 200 debut last month for their latest album Blurryface, the two members of Twenty One Pilots are feeling even more confident about their summer concert schedule, which includes festival appearances and shows in Australia, New Zealand and Japan before a North American tour of the biggest venues the duo has ever headlined.
Blur’s latest record, "The Magic Whip," would have never came to existence had it not been for one big bump in the road a couple of years ago. A series of will-they-or-won’t-they moments during their 12-year hiatus had many fans believing Blur was at its end, while holding out hope that it actually wasn’t.