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After nearly 40 years of having their logo spray-painted walls and, in one instance, carved into human flesh, thrash-metal firebrands Slayer will call it quits. The group will embark on a final tour this summer with support from numerous

This article originally appeared on Slayer Plot Retirement With Final Tour

Car Seat Headrest (Will Toledo) released a revamped version of his 2011 song "Cute Thing." The original had the shoddy charm of a bedroom recording; the new rendition adds clarity and punch to the drums and piercing guitar. 

The sound isn't the only thing Toledo updated. He tweaks some lyrics, trading in mentions of indie rock star Dan Bejar and the Who's John Entwistle for

This article originally appeared on Hear Car Seat Headrest's Combustible New Version of 'Cute Thing'

The War on Drugs demonstrated their trademark mix of weary vocals and highly polished rock during a performance of "Pain" on The Tonight Show on Monday. The single became the band's first Number One hit last week when it climbed to the top spot on Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs Airplay

This article originally appeared on See The War on Drugs' Rugged Performance of 'Pain' on 'Fallon'

Britney Spears will take her hit Las Vegas show, Britney: Piece of Me, on the road for a short North American tour this summer. 

The trek kicks off with

This article originally appeared on Britney Spears Plots Final 'Piece of Me' Shows With U.S., Europe Tour

UPDATE: The planned "Classically Smiths" shows have been canceled. "In response to recent comments in the press, the planned Classically Smiths events will now no longer be taking place," Bad Productions' Joel Perry said in a statement.


Former Smiths drummer Mike Joyce has dropped out

This article originally appeared on The Smiths' Mike Joyce Drops Out of Controversial 'Classically Smiths' Shows

Erick Sermon, the rapper and producer best known as one-half of the seminal hip-hop outfit EPMD, unveiled a biting new song, "Come Thru," featuring Craig Mack, Mr. Cheeks and Method Man. The track is set to appear on Sermon's forthcoming album, Go, which he's funding through a

This article originally appeared on EPMD's Erick Sermon Enlists Pharrell, Ghostface Killah for New Album

Members of Sonic Youth, Negativland and the Flying Lizards have all taken part in a new recording of composer John Cage's music with pianist Tania Chen. Electronic Music for Piano is a work that Cage wrote in Stockholm in 1964 on hotel letterhead, asking for musicians to play parts of his Music for

This article originally appeared on Hear Sonic Youth, Negativland Members' New John Cage Experiment

Unknown Mortal Orchestra released a psychedelic new single, "American Guilt." Throughout the track, mastermind Ruban Neilson warbles and moans over grimy fuzz guitars and clattering, treble-y drums before the song fades out in a muffled synth swirl.

This article originally appeared on Unknown Mortal Orchestra Release Psychedelic New Song, Plot Tour

This article originally appeared on Migos: High Times and Heartache With the Three Kings of Hip-Hop

Neil Diamond announced Monday that he would retire from touring after being recently diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.

Acting on his doctor's advice, Diamond immediately canceled the upcoming Australian and New Zealand legs of his 50th Anniversary tour,

This article originally appeared on Neil Diamond Retires From Touring After Parkinson's Disease Diagnosis

Jhené Aiko has dropped her futuristic, Rae Sremmurd-featuring video for the remix of "Sativa," the latest visual off the R&B singer's 2017 album Trip.

"Sativa" opens with Aiko seemingly created in a lab by the Mississippi rap duo before she's unleashed into the world. Dance parties, steam rooms and card games follow before the video ends with Aiko outlining the sci-fi ideas

This article originally appeared on See Jhene Aiko's Futuristic 'Sativa' Video With Rae Sremmurd

Vic Mensa dreams of a better world – without racial, religious or political barriers – in his poignant video for "We Could Be Free," featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

The clip opens with a baby in the womb and zooms out to reveal his mother at a heated protest. A police officer punches the woman in the face, and that act of cruelty changes the boy's life. Years later, a cop guns down the teenager

This article originally appeared on Watch Vic Mensa, Ty Dolla $ign's Moving 'We Could Be Free' Video

Former Smiths bassist Andy Rourke denies that he is reuniting with the band's drummer Mike Joyce for a series of orchestral concerts scheduled for this summer.


This article originally appeared on The Smiths' Andy Rourke Denies Involvement in Orchestral Concerts

Playboi Carti's new "Lookin'" video features a straightforward, good time of roaming the streets, neighborhoods and record stores with a group of friends, including guest rapper and frequent collaborator, Lil Uzi Vert.

The "Lookin'" video highlights A$AP Mob's upcoming AWGE Vol. 2 DVD, which the collective's leader A$AP Rocky

This article originally appeared on Watch Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti's Roaming Party in 'Lookin'' Video

Pearl Jam will play a pair of Seattle concerts this summer to help aid the city's homelessness initiatives. Dubbed "The Home Shows," the two stadium gigs mark the Rock Hall-inducted band's first hometown gigs in five years.

"The Home Shows" will invade Seattle's Safeco Field, home of the Mariners, on

This article originally appeared on Pearl Jam Announce Seattle Stadium 'Home Shows' to Fight Homelessness

Migos blend the atmospheric with the aggressive on "Supastars," a new song from their upcoming third LP, Culture II. Throughout the track, the Georgia trio swap signature boasts over spacey, melodic synths and a grinding trap beat laced with digital sound effects.

Culture II, out January 26th, also includes the Pharrell-produced

This article originally appeared on Hear Migos' Synth-Fueled New Song 'Supastars'

UPDATE: A rep for former Smiths bassist Andy Rourke tells Rolling Stone that an erroneous press release announcing Rourke's involvement with the show was distributed. Rourke is not, and has never been, involved in the production. Reps for Bad

This article originally appeared on The Smiths' Mike Joyce to Perform Orchestral Concerts of Classic Songs

In February of 2011, Lady Gaga went onto Ryan Seacrest's radio show to talk about her upcoming album Born This Way for the very first time. She was at the height of her fame, and her army of Little Monsters were eager for any scrap of information they could get their paws on. But the name of one

This article originally appeared on Hear Clarence Clemons in His Final Rolling Stone Interview

Even rock's biggest names had to start somewhere. Flip through this (way) back catalog of stars' early projects and you'll find yourself in a topsy-turvy bizarro-world where Michael Bolton and Billy Joel fronted metal bands, Debbie Harry and the Cars were folked-up singer-songwriters, Madonna was a post-punk drummer and Ronnie James Dio was a Sixties teen idol. By the time you're done there

This article originally appeared on 30 Fascinating Early Bands of Future Music Legends

Belle and Sebastian extended their 2018 tour with a series of North American tour dates. The newly announced leg – which spans the U.S., Mexico and Canada – kicks off June 5th in Portland, Maine and concludes June 30th in Portland, Oregon.

Openers for the North American dates include Snail Mail, Perfume Genius

This article originally appeared on Belle and Sebastian Plot North American Tour

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