On the Billboard 200 albums chart this week: the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' soundtrack whips past the half-million sales mark, Mark Knopfler scores his highest charting album ever, Echosmith's 'Talking Dreams' breaks into the top 40, and 'The Sound of Music' returns.
Slayer's follow up to 2009's World Painted Blood is due out later this year, and the band's bassist and Tom Araya has revealed it will included a song recorded before the late co-founding guitarist Jeff Hanneman's death.
In the days since One Direction formally announced that Zayn Malik has left the group, there's been no shortage of experts and fellow performers weighing in with opinions on what might or should be the next moves for the group and for him.
Fourteen years after forming in Baghdad, the metal band Acrassicauda will release its first full-length album, Gilgamesh, on April 4. The delay is understandable, as the band members risked their lives making this music before finding asylum in the United States.
Spanish pop singer Natalia Jiménez arrives at No. 2 on Top Latin Albums with her second solo studio album, 'Creo En Mi,' which opens with 4,000 copies sold. The entrance trumps her debut solo set, 'Natalia,' which arrived at No. 4 in 2011 with 3,000 units.
The Madison Square Garden Company said Friday that it has filed an initial Form 10 registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to go ahead with a split it has been considering.
The contentious December collapse of the 25-year business relationship between former Prospect Park associates Peter Katsis and Jeff Kwatinetz put most of the music artists under the firm's management banner into play, and the acts have chosen their destinations.
Ludacris is here to tell you that the rap game isn't always what it seems. Last night (March 26) he premiered "Grass Is Always Greener," a new single off of his upcoming album Ludaversal, on The Tonight Show.
Taylor Swift went 1-for-2, Hozier scored a surprising win and voters were NOT all about that bass — the second round of Billboard.com's Hot 100 March Madness has ended, with just eight songs still standing!