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Ozzy Osbourne references the infamous "ant snorting" incident in Motley Crue's biopic and autobiography "The Dirt" in a new PSA message for beverage brand Liquid Death.

The company has released a new video entitled "Ozzy Osbourne Warns Kids Not To Snort Liquid Death" as a reaction to posts on Instagram talking about snorting the brand's "Death Dust". (continue)

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Post Malone has announced that he will be hitting the road this fall for his F-1 Trillion Tour, a momentous 21 show outing with stadium, festival, and amphitheater performances around the U.S.

Last week, Post released "Pour Me A Drink" featuring Blake Shelton, while also announcing that his debut country album F-1 Trillion will be out on August 16th. His first single off the upcoming album and mega-smash "I Had Some Help" with Morgan Wallen is continuing to dominate the charts. Upon release, it crash landed at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, tallying "the highest weekly sales and streams since 2020" and remained at #1 for five consecutive weeks, emerging as "the longest running number one song of 2024." (continue)

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Crazy Town frontman Shifty Shellshock, real name is Seth Binzer, has died at the age of 49. A cause of death has not yet been revealed and the band has yet to address the sad news.

Shellshock's death was reported by the outlet Newsweek, stating that he was found dead at his home in Los Angeles, according to a the Los Angeles medical examiner. (continue)

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Ed Sheeran jumped on stage for a surprise performance with Limp Bizkit during their appearance at the Pinkpop Festival on Sunday (June 23rd) in Landgraff, Netherlands.

The chart topping pop star joined the nu metal pioneers for a rendition of their famed cover of The Who's classic "Behind Blue Eyes" and video or the performance has been shared by the Limp Bizkit Brasi YouTube channel. (continue)

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Bright Eyes have premiered a music video for their new single "Bells and Whistles" to help announce that they will be releasing their 10th studio album, "Five Dice, All Threes", on September 20th.

Conor Oberst said of the song, "This is a song about the many little details in life that can seem insignificant or frivolous or temporary at the time but eventually end up forming your destiny. And it's also kind of a whistle while you work scenario." (continue)

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Felicity are streaming their brand new single "Nights In Your Bed", which is described as "what you would get if The Notebook, Twilight, Fall Out Boy, and Dave Grohl all collaborated to write a new song."

The band shared, "Nights In Your Bed" is about confronting the inevitable truth that some connections in life, whether it's a friendship or romance, are better left as memories. We wanted to address the turmoil of realization and bitter endings, the cyclical nature of heartbreak, and the transient nature of fleeting passions. No one ever wants to feel like their time is being wasted, and we believe this narrative captures the urgency of acknowledging these uncomfortable realities and the struggle to escape the inevitable. (continue)

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The Rolling Stones classic "Wild Horses" has been given a punk makeover by Scottish rockers Skids. This is just one of the tracks that will appear on the forthcoming Punk Me Up A Tribute to The Rolling Stones, which will be released on CD, vinyl and digital everywhere starting July 26th.

Glass Onyon sent over these details: Hot on the heels of the wildly successful Punk Floyd - A Tribute To Pink Floyd and High Voltage Punk - A Tribute to AC/DC comes this punk rock salute to the biggest rock band on the planet, The Rolling Stones! Punk Me Up - A Tribute to The Rolling Stones is a unique compilation that features several veteran punk rock bands, renowned for their high-energy performances and rebellious spirit, delivering their own renditions of well-known Rolling Stones songs. Ever wondered what Fear's take on "Honky Tonk Women" would sound like or The Vibrators' version of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"? Well, wonder no more! (continue)

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Brant Bjork Trio announce the release of their new studio album "Once Upon A Time In The Desert" on September 20th, marking the return of Brant Bjork's beloved desert rock label Duna Records (distributed worldwide by Cobraside Distribution). The trio also releases their new single "Backin' the Daze" and announce 2024 European and Japan tours.

Brant Bjork has spent over a quarter-century at the epicenter of Californian desert rock. From cutting his teeth drumming and composing on the legendary Kyuss' landmark early albums, to propelling the seminal fuzz of Fu Manchu from 1994-2001 while producing other bands, putting together offshoot projects, and over the last 20 years embarking on his solo career as a singer, guitarist and bandleader, founding his own record label and more, his history is a winding narrative of relentless, unflinching creativity. Brant Bjork is considered a founding pioneer of the stoner rock and desert rock music scenes. (continue)

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More than 30 years since their inceptions, Melvins and Boris remain at the forefront of heavy music. Last year, they co-headlined the Twins of Evil tour where they grew close and agreed to release a split with the help of legendary label Amphetamine Reptile Records. Now, 2024 brings the Melvins / Boris Twins of Evil album.

Available on CD and incoming on vinyl on June 30th, the release features two songs: Side A from Melvins (an exclusive edit of "Funny Equals Pain", Side B from Boris ("Cry"). Both songs are high concept, running around the 20 minute mark, with a strong emphasis on listening on analog record format. (continue)

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EvilDead recently released their new album, "Toxic Grace", and to celebrate we asked Rob Alaniz to tell us about the track "Subjugated Souls." Here is the story:

This song for me started as a homage to local faves Dark Angel. I remember driving around while listening to Darkness Descends and thinking man, this record should have catapulted them to at least 2nd tier with the "big 4". (continue)

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