Iconic author Stephen King celebrates his 70th birthday today (September 21), and out of all of his contributions to pop culture, we’d like to take this opportunity to single out 1986’s Maximum Overdrive, one of his lesser-celebrated films.
Nirvana’s In Utero was released 24 years ago today (September 21), and while the album was an incredible statement as the follow-up to the massive Nevermind, no one thought it would ever be the band’s final studio release.
Greta Van Fleet has been logging plenty of road time this summer, supporting its debut EP Black Smoke Rising. But more recently the group can be found in the studio back in its native Michigan, working on new material that will be released in the near future.
After a couple of years of extensive touring, Iron Maiden has announced a November 17 release for The Book Of Souls: Live Chapter, featuring 15 songs recorded around the world during the group's The Book Of Souls Tour supporting the album of the same name.
Foo Fighters joined forces with Rick Astley again during the group's show on Tuesday night (September 19) at the 02 Arena in London -- the Foos' first concert since last Friday's (September 15) release of the new Concrete And Gold album.
1. Beck - "Up All Night" (Capitol) 2. Bjork - "The Gate" (One Little Indian) 3. Arcade Fire - "Creature Comfort" (Columbia) 4. Dispatch - "Painted Yellow Lines" (Bomber) 5. The National - "Day I Die" (Beggars Group/4AD) 6. Pat Benatar - "Dancing Through The Wreckage" (We Are Hear) 7. Gary Clark Jr. - "Come…
Just out as of Friday (September 15) is the self-titled debut album from Prophets Of Rage, the all-star, politically focused group featuring members of Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill.
It’s not exactly a secret that the pedigree of Prophets of Rage has a massive influence on its self-titled debut LP. That considering, it should come as no surprise the presence of Chris Cornell can be felt on this album.