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Lamb of God will celebrate their 20th anniversary by reviving their original moniker, Burn the Priest, for a new covers album titled Legion: XX.

The Richmond, Virginia heavy metal band – which released one self-titled album as Burn the Priest in 1999 before renaming themselves Lamb of God for

This article originally appeared on Lamb of God Revive Burn the Priest Moniker for New Covers Album

Russell Simmons is facing a new $10 million lawsuit that accuses the former Def Jam mogul of rape and severe emotional distress.

The lawsuit, filed by a Jane Doe plaintiff at the Los Angeles County Superior Court on Friday, alleges that Simmons lured the unnamed woman to his hotel room where he raped

This article originally appeared on Russell Simmons Faces New $10 Million Lawsuit Alleging Rape

Taylor Swift is supporting the March For Our Lives campaign, a series of marches organized by the survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. The Reputation singer made a post on Instagram noting that

This article originally appeared on Taylor Swift Pledges Support for Gun Reform, March For Our Lives

Thirty Seconds to Mars recruited A$AP Rocky for their new electro-rock single, "One Track Mind."

The new song highlights the alt-rock band's upcoming fifth studio album, America, out April 6th via

This article originally appeared on Hear Thirty Seconds to Mars' New Song With A$AP Rocky, 'One Track Mind'

Chvrches delivered an intimate rendition of Beyoncé's "XO" at New York's Power Station studio, a performance the Scottish trio's singer Lauren Mayberry called "an homage" to the Beyoncé single.

Mayberry is accompanied by

This article originally appeared on See Chvrches Perform Intimate Cover of Beyonce's 'XO'

Shawn Mendes explores a R&B sound with his latest song "Lost in Japan." The track is his second new release this week for an as-yet-untitled third album.

This article originally appeared on Hear Shawn Mendes Flex R&B Skills With New Song 'Lost in Japan'

Post Malone cruises in a tank through a post-apocalyptic desert in his bizarre "Psycho" video with Ty Dolla $ign.

The clip opens with the rappers lounging in their military vehicle as it barrels through a barren wasteland. Elsewhere, Post Malone brandishes a flamethrower against a rabid, wolf-like creature and chases after an orphaned child. In various night scenes, he and Ty Dolla $ign

This article originally appeared on Watch Post Malone's Post-Apocalyptic 'Psycho' Video With Ty Dolla $ign

Jack White, Boarding House Reach
The new album from the rocker-turned mogul is a "messy, sprawling, daffy, howling set that sounds spiritually hungry, collectively driven and, instructively, a little bit lost," writes Will Hermes. "It's his strangest record, but per usual, it shows his continued devotion to rock's dark arts: the tangled cultural roots, 'mistake'-enhanced

This article originally appeared on 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Jack White, Neil Young, Chloe x Halle and More Rolling Stone Editors' Picks

When Jack White announced a cell phone ban for his upcoming tour, he tipped his cap to Chris Rock, who employed a similar rule during a 2017 stand-up set at Third Man Records. White defended his decision in a recent interview with

This article originally appeared on Jack White Talks Banning Phones at Concerts With Metallica's Lars Ulrich

For about eight seconds near the end of "Weird Al" Yankovic's Thursday night show at Harlem's Apollo Theater, it looked like he was going to actually do something serious. "It hasn't escaped us how very special this night is," he said. "We are so humbled and honored to play at the world-famous

This article originally appeared on 'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Vanity Tour' Brings Rarities, Surprises To New York

Jack White's apartment transforms into a vibrant fever dream in the reality-bending "Over and Over and Over" video.

The songwriter appears in several scenarios, playing electric

This article originally appeared on Watch Jack White's Surreal, Color-Coded 'Over and Over and Over' Video

During the last few years, we've been deluged with great new guitar bands, many showing an obsessive love for indie rock's early-Nineties golden age – whether it's Parquet Courts taking vintage Pavement in directions that never really even occurred to Pavement; Lvl Up mashing up Built to Spill and Neutral Milk Hotel; or Jay Som, Mitski, Soccer Mommy, Snail Mail, Lucy Dacus and more proving

This article originally appeared on Nineties Indie-Rock Lives On: New Albums by Yo La Tengo, Superchunk, Guided By Voices

Ringo Starr announced a U.S. leg for his 2018 tour with the All Starr Band. The 20-date run launches September 1st in Tulsa, Oklahoma and concludes the 29th in Los Angeles.

The latest iteration of the former Beatle's rotating group features returning members – singer-guitarist Colin Hay (Men at Work),

This article originally appeared on Ringo Starr Adds U.S. Dates to All Starr Band Tour

This article originally appeared on Review: Jack White Messes with Identity and Rock History on the Endearingly Weird, Surprisingly Relevant 'Boarding House Reach'

Marilyn Manson is a patient in a hospital from hell in the new video for "Tattooed in Reverse," which features Lisa Marie Presley and Courtney Love in cameo roles.

The Hole singer – a longtime adversary of

This article originally appeared on See Marilyn Manson's Disturbing Video With Courtney Love, Lisa Marie Presley

Beyoncé's teenage R&B proteges Chloe X Halle performed a soulful version of their single "Happy Without Me" on Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The sisters crooned and swayed on a circular platform while their backing band laid down

This article originally appeared on Watch Beyonce-Approved Duo Chloe x Halle Perform on 'Kimmel'

In the 2015 Backstreet Boys documentary Show 'Em What You're Made Of, a single telling scene sums up the strange tension that arose between two of the biggest-selling boy bands of all time.

"It was almost like a betrayal," Kevin Richardson recalled in the doc, looking back at the

This article originally appeared on 'N Sync vs. Backstreet Boys: Remembering the Nineties' Definitive Boy-Band Rivalry

Music revenue rose 16.5 percent to $8.7 billion in the U.S. in 2017, and the majority of the increase is due to music streaming services. According to an annual report from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), via

This article originally appeared on U.S. Music Revenue Rises, Boosted by Streaming Services

Pearl Jam tapped the Red Hot Chili Peppers' Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer for an impromptu cover of Neil Young's "Rockin' In The Free World" during a show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The ad-hoc supergroup tore

This article originally appeared on Watch Pearl Jam Tap Chad Smith, Josh Klinghoffer for Neil Young Cover

Pitbull discussed improving access to clean water in a statement announcing his partnership with the United Nations. The Cuban American rapper will work with the international organization on its new Water Action

This article originally appeared on Pitbull Details Commitment to United Nations Clean Water Initiative

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