Hear Unreleased White Stripes Songs- Zakk Wylde Radio- Reznor Tells Fans Not To Buy NIN CD- Jane's Addition Free Show-Andy Hurley Enabler- Kurt Cobain Bridge?- more
(BW&BK) Black Label Society leader Zakk Wylde (ex-Ozzy Osbourne) will guest on the Rockline Radio Show with host Bob Coburn on Monday, July 18th. more
(Billboard) Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor is not afraid to speak out publicly against his label, at least when he thinks they're trying to scam his fans. The singer-songwriter tweeted today, "NIN fans, don't waste your money on this version of PHM that was just released," with a link to the NIN catalog website. more
(Lambgoat) After The Burial and Veil Of Maya will co-headline the "Crush Em All Tour II" later this year (reportedly in September). The trek will also feature Misery Signals and Within The Ruins and more
(BW&BK) Jane's Addiction are playing a free show at Terminal 5 in New York City on July 25th. Fans who attend will experience the world's first-ever consumer generated 3D concert. more
(Lambgoat) Enabler has announced some recent line-up changes, including the addition of Andy Hurley to their roster on drums. more
(Jam!) Officials in Kurt Cobain's hometown are considering a request from fans to rename a bridge and park in the tragic Nirvana star's honor. more
(PR) Derek Vasconi, ex-guitar player and one of the original founding members From a Second Story Window, has joined Aldous. Over the past several months, they have written and played numerous shows and recently released an EP entitled "Kneel Before the King," that was recorded with Michael Rosswog (Complete Failure, Today is the Day) in Pittsburgh, PA. more
(BW&BK) Goat Horn will be performing two exclusive reunion shows this summer. The band has recently announced that they will be performing the album Storming The Gates in its entirety both nights. more
(PR) Artery Recordings/Razor & Tie will release Attila's new album Outlawed on August 16th, 2011. more
On this day in 1958, John Lennon's mother Julia was killed by a car driven by an off-duty drunken police officer named Eric Clague (Clague was later acquitted of the offence). John was 17 at the time.
On this day in 1972, Elton John started a five-week run at #1 on the U.S. album chart with Honky Chateau, his first U.S. chart-topper.
On this day in 1998, Aerosmith were forced to cancel a forthcoming U.S. tour after Joey Kramer was involved in a freak accident. The drummer's car became engulfed in flames and was completely destroyed as he was filling up with gasoline. He was admitted to the hospital with second-degree burns.
On this day in 2004, U2 called in police after thieves nicked a copy of the band's latest album. The CD was stolen during a photo shoot with the band in the south of France. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here