Listen to Danny Worsnop's "Little Did I Know" HERE. Read more about Citizen Cope's new album & stream new single HERE. Watch Deadland Ritual's first music video HERE. Listen to XXXTentacion's nu-metal song "One Minute" HERE.
The Rolling Stones are hitting the road in the United States in 2019, and while a Stones tour is always big news, the latest revelation from Keith Richards might temporarily overshadow the tour itself.
There have been all sorts of buzz about whether the newly reunited Guns N’ Roses will record new music, but a new rumor making the rounds has the band contributing to a high-profile T.Rex tribute album.
As many rock fans know, the rock categories and associated acts don’t often receive a lot of attention when it comes to the GRAMMY telecast. However, in light of the GRAMMY nominations announcement today (December 7), here are three rock moments that will hopefully happen at the ceremony.
Considering their 50+ year career, it’s not surprising that some major events in Rolling Stones history may fall on the same date, but today (December 6) marks the anniversary of three very important moments.
Check out details on the Queens Of The Stone Age holiday single HERE. Watch the trailer for 'LOUD KRAZY LOVE' HERE. See what Vince Neil said about 'The Dirt' HERE. Read more about Panic! At The Disco performing metal songs HERE.
Despite the recent news that Bono’s foray into the world of fashion has led to a massive $86.4 million loss since 2004, he and his U2 bandmates have proven their money-making power when out on the road.
Riff2’s Undercover Sound System Playlist 12.03.18 1. Future Generations – “Landscape” (Frenchkiss) 2. Jeff Tweedy – “I Know What It’s Like” (dBpm/ADA) 3. Jesse Jo Stark – “Wish I Was Dead” (Sugar Jones Music) 4. Scott Swain – “Duality” 5. Iceage – “Broken Hours” (Beggars Group/Matador) 6. Royal Trux – “Every Day Swan” (Fat Possum)…
Today (December 3) is Ozzy Osbourne’s birthday, and with the announcement of the 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class just around the corner, this is the perfect time to look back on when Black Sabbath was inducted in 2006.