Fall Out Boy Have Falling Out?- Johnny Depp Plans Rolling Stone Film- Cheap Trick Super Bowl- AC/DC Crash Ticket Site- Dark Side of the Bonnaroo and more
Johnny Depp is reportedly set to make a documentary about The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. The actor, who has been friends with Richards for a number of years, apparently revealed the plans to a Serbian website, reports ScreenCave.com. more
Cheap Trick and Audi of America come together to rock the big game on Sunday, February 7. Cheap Trick went back to the studio to rescore the hit "Dream Police" and renamed it "Green Police". The new version will be featured as the music track in the Audi A3 TDI clean diesel commercial scheduled to air during the game. Check it out along with details on how to get a free download here
AC/DC fans were left scrambling to buy tickets to the rockers' sold-out Denmark show online - after one retailer's website crashed due to the massive demand. The "Highway to Hell" hitmakers are set to play their highly-anticipated concert in Horsens on June 5. more
The Flaming Lips have revealed that they are set to play their Pink Floyd cover album of 'Dark Side Of The Moon', at the upcoming Bonnaroo festival. The group, who released the LP in December, last played the album live at a New Year's Eve show in Oklahoma City. more
Down has tentative plans to meet in New Orleans shortly after the Super Bowl to map out 2010. This includes solidifying plans to record and release a 4th full length album! In the meantime, 4 of the 5 guys are celebrating the Saints' first Super Bowl berth. The 5th guy has to settle for celebrating the Cowboy's first playoff win in a looong time. more
Killing Joke have announced details of two US shows and a new album. Released in April, 'Feast Of Fools' is the follow-up to 2006's 'Hosannas From The Basements Of Hell' and will feature the original line-up of the band. more
SIRIUS XM Radio announced today that it will launch The Who Channel, a five-day long, commercial-free music channel featuring music, performances and interviews celebrating the career of one of the most iconic rock bands of all time, The Who. The limited-run channel will launch on Thursday, February 4 at 3:00 pm ET and will run until Monday, February 8 at 11:59 pm ET on SIRIUS channel 16 and XM channel 40. more.
In other news from The Who: a pre-Super Bowl press conference, attended by Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, will be streamed LIVE on Thursday at 3:00pm EST on NFL.COM, in addition to NFL Network Cable Channel LIVE Coverage.
See the premiere of the new live video from The White Stripes' "Let's Shake Hands" at MySpace Music
Corpus Christi, TX hardcore outfit The Golden Age have decided to call it a day. The band's final show will happen on May 1 in their hometown of Corpus Christi more
Former Periphery vocalist Chris Barretto has now officially joined Washington D.C. band Haunted Shores. more
Tune in to watch Ash perform live and then answer fan-powered questions from the live Facebook/Twitter feed. Make sure you're logged into Facebook or Twitter to chat with other fans and submit questions for Tim, Mark and Rick to answer live. The performance and chat will be archived, so if you miss it, you can catch it again later. You can watch the event here.
Lambgoat is reporting that Impending Doom guitarist Manny Contreras has apparently left the band. They were also informed that drummer Isaac Bueno has departed the group. Read a statement from Contreras here
Our friends over at Rock Radio had this bit of news: Gun will support Lynyrd Skynyrd on their UK in March, it's been revealed. The band - former Little Angels singer Toby Jepson, Joolz and Dante Gizzi and Gordon McNeil - have been going from strength to strength since Rock Radio got them back together in 2008. more
For our L.A. based readers, you are probably aware that antiMusic sponsors two Happenin events each week. Tonight you can check out Alien Ant Farm frontman Dryden Mitchell's new band Send The Sages as part of a full night of live music topped off by an all-star jam. Grab all the details here. -