A Los Angeles judge has granted a restraining order against Depp after Ms Heard filed for divorce last week. Court papers reportedly reveal the actress says Depp struck her "with extreme force" last Saturday night.
The Guardian reports that Ms Heard also references two further incidents of domestic abuse in the last six months, adding: "During the entirety of our relationship, Johnny has been verbally and physically abusive to me." Read more here.
"Axl let out one of his screams and it was like nothing I'd ever heard," says McKagan. "There were two voices coming out of him at once. I suppose there is a name for that in musicology, but all I knew in that instant was that this dude was… different… powerful… and serious."
Directed by Christopher Duddy, the project sees McKagan telling his life story in a live performance setting at the famed Seattle venue in 2013. The Seattle appearance was part of a promotional tour by McKagan in support of his 2012 memoir, "It's So Easy (And Other Lies)", which debuted on the New York Times' Hardcover Nonfiction Best Sellers list at No. 17.
The documentary is being screened in 50 US cities now ahead of the its theatrical release in Los Angeles on June 3. McKagan and Rose will regroup with Slash to launch a partially-reunited Guns N' Roses summer stadium tour of North America at Ford Field in Detroit, MI on June 23. Watch the video here.
T.I. published an Instagram post expressing grief and condolences to those who were harmed in the incident. 'My heart is heavy today. Our music is intended to save lives, like it has mine and many others," he wrote. 'My heartfelt condolences to the family that suffered the loss & my prayers are with all those injured. Respectfully, Tip."
According to the New York Daily News, rapper Troy Ave was arrested following examination of surveillance footage. Ave was injured in the shooting. Read more here.
Produced by Mike WILL Made It, the track begins with a swirling, moody melody that builds into a strong beat. That melody resurfaces throughout the track and provides the basis for the over minute-long outro.
Gucci's verses aren't long. He raps about his time in prison as well as what took place to the people he loved while he was locked away. He mentions his mother turning her back on him, losing three people he loves and someone shooting up his home. "But I bend, I don't break / I don't ask, I take," he raps towards the track's end. Listen to the song here.
"Thank you so much for your messages and sorry to any disappointment I caused with the show cancellations," he wrote. "I'm feeling lucky and very grateful rn."
Police told The New York Daily News that at 11 p.m. Friday night, a teenage girl 'crossed the divider and struck his SUV" outside Los Angeles. Harris was taken to a hospital in Burbank to be treated for injuries, which reportedly include a laceration to the face. One passenger in the teen driver's car was treated for a 'non-life-threatening" broken pelvis after she was ejected from the moving car. Read more here.
The rapper released a live video on his Facebook page where he talked about the bringing back Doggy Style Records, a soundcloud project and his upcoming release.
Snoop has been also been working on a super-ambitious project, for which he's inviting rappers and other musicians to submit music. 'I'm putting all kind of artists on right now," he said in the clip. "My goal is to put out 100 singles before August." Read more here.
After the band announced that their guitarist, former Anthrax axeman Rob Caggiano, would not be producing their next record, Poulsen says he didn't feel obliged to carry on in a similar vein to 2013's Outlaw Gentlemen And Shady Ladies.
He tells Music Radar: "I decided to stay at home for half a year and write. I took my time to get the details right and just followed what I had in my heart.
"I wasn't thinking too much about whether I needed a rockabilly song or a metal song or a country song - it was more about getting into the essence of Volbeat." Read more here.
On Friday (May 27), The GRAMMY-winning producer posted a video clip showing the step-by-step process he went through to create the music and vocals in question.
Skrillex uses an editing program on his MacBook to reveal how he took singer Julia Michaels' a Capella vocal session and turned them into the vocals you hear on Bieber's "Sorry." Read more here.
Welch returned to the fold ahead of 2013 album The Paradigm Shift, having left in 2005. And after spending three years on the road in support of the release, he says he and Shaffer are performing at the top of their games.
Welch tells 95.5 KLOS: "Me and Munky have connected in a way that we haven't, literally, in years and years. The last record was awesome, and I love it. But we connected at Carolina Rebellion in 2012, I played one song with them.
"Two weeks later, I was on the phone with Munky, and then a couple of weeks after that, I was in the studio with them. So it was, like, 'Hey, you wanna come write with us?'
"So we've had time to hang out and jam together for three years on the road. And so me and Munky really have connected as guitar twins, guitar duo, whatever you wanna call it. And so this is a really guitar-heavy record.
"And for the first time in our whole career, we recorded our guitars at the same time, facing each other and just jamming, riffing out." Read more here.
The shows were said to be the last time Hart, Lesh, Weir and Kreutzmann would appear on stage together, but former basketball player and long-time Dead fan Ball Walton hinted in April that the group could perform again this summer.
Now Anastasio has added fuel to the fire. Asked whether he'd return if invited, he tells Rolling Stone: "I'm open all the time. I had such a good time playing with Bob and hanging out with Bob. I spent a week out at his beach house before the Fare Thee Well tour. The two of us just played.
"We sat on two little stools in his living room and just played and talked and it was fantastic. He's such a good guy, and really fun. And I got to go to Phil's and spend time with him and his family before the shows. Billy came to New York and played drums with me.
"So, I mean, I love those guys, and I'm always open. I'm grateful for the opportunity." Read more here.
In a Twitter post, Babymetal revealed the news: "Metal God and Fox God will join in July. Babymetal announces AP Music Awards performance with Rob Halford."
So far, it is not known which tracks will be played or what role Halford will take in the performance. Halford posed for a photograph with Babymetal backstage at Rock On The Range last year and he has also praised other pop stars in the past. Read more here.
The footage shows Mike Shinoda reviewing the process of layering sounds with others in the room as they appear to be preparing for a song mix. "We just started narrowing down to some of our favorite songs, and we're starting to put our first 'final' vocals on them," Shinoda shared recently. "As I listen through them, I feel like these songs are really personal and revealing. We have really poured our hearts into the words and melodies, and it's starting to show as we approach recording the 'keeper' vocals.
"With that said, we've got a lot of material to choose from, and decided to get votes from all six of the guys in the band, to see which songs are rising to the top. We clearly have an album in there." Watch the videos here.
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