Queen Reunion?- Panic! At The Disco Injury- New Coldplay This Week- Slayer Honor- Muse Working Without Matt- All Else Failed Reunite- The Human Abstract Cancel Tour- more
(FMQB) Coldplay will unleash a new single this Friday, marking their first new material in two years. The band posted a message yesterday on Coldplay.com explaining, "We're about to play a bunch of summer festivals so it's as good a time as any to put out a new song." more
(FMQB) Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie broke his ankle during a gig in Pompano Beach, FL on Saturday (May 29). He is thought to have sustained the injury when climbing back onto the stage after jumping into the crowd. more
(NME) Muse to start work on new album without Matt Bellamy. Bellamy currently taking a break from the band as he prepares for the birth of his first child with his fiancée, actress Kate Hudson more
(BW&BK) AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson on new memoir - "I wouldn't entrust a ghostwriter to write my story; bollocks, this is me and a pencil and a piece of paper because I can't type" more
(Lambgoat) The remainder of The Human Abstract's current headlining tour with Scale The Summit, This Or The Apocalypse, and others, has apparently been cancelled.
(BW&BK) Slayer fan site Slayerized.com reports that Tom Araya, who was born in Vina del Mar (Chile) will receive the key to the city this week from Mayor Virginia Reginato. This Friday, Slayer will be playing in Tom's hometown for the first time. more
All Else Failed are reuniting and will play the This Is Hardcore festival. The lineup for the show will be founding members Patrick Shannon, Luke Muir and Steve Wiegand, joined by long-time guitarist Dave Davies and drummer Joe Brown. more
Saxon have posted its second making-of clip for its upcoming new album 'Call to Arms.' You can check out the second video in the series in the player here
(Lambgoat) The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza entered the studio a week ago to begin tracking their next full-length, titled "Danza IV."
(Punknews.org) Helms Alee will be releasing a new full-length entitled Weatherhead on June 21, 2011 via Hydra Head Records. more
(Lambgoat) Details have been announced for this year's installment of This Is Hardcore Fest, which will take place on August 11, 12, 13, and 14 at the First Unitarian Church and the Starlight Ballroom in Philadelphia, PA. more
August Burns Red will be canceling thier upcoming shows in Turkey (Istanbul) and (Israel) Tel Aviv due to commitments regarding the upcoming June 21st album release in the US. more
In Other Words and Serianna will tour together briefly in July. more
(NME) The Futureheads’ drummer Dave Hyde has confirmed that his side-project Hyde & Beast will release their debut album this summer. more
(Lambgoat) Horseback has announced a brief tour surrounding their performance as part of the Utech Festival in Milwaukee, WI the weekend of June 11. more
David Crosby and Graham Nash are teaming up for UK nine shows more
(Lambgoat) Boys No Good (Casey Jones, Kids Like Us) is set to release their highly anticipated debut album Never Felt Better July 26 on Indianola Records. more
On this day in 1968, Simon and Garfunkel went to #1 on the U.S. singles chart with “Mrs Robinson.” It was featured in the Dustin Hoffman and Ann Bancroft film The Graduate.
On this day in 1975, The Rolling Stones kicked off their biggest ever U.S. tour at Louisiana State University. The tour would take in 45 shows in 26 cities. Guitarist Ron Wood joined The Stones on tour for first time, replacing Mick Taylor.
On this day in 2003, Staind were at #1 on the U.S. album chart with 14 Shades Of Gray, the bands second U.S. #1, peaking at #16 on the U.K. chart. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here