Category Archives: News

Tommy Lee Says His Son Punched Him

Earlier today, Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee posted a picture of himself with a swollen lip to his Instagram account. He says it was the work of his 21-year-old son, Brandon, the eldest of his two children with Pamela Anderson. “My heart is broken,” he wrote. “You can give your kids everything they could ever want

Rod Stewart Has Finished a New Album Called 'Blood Red Roses'

Rod Stewart has been gearing up for his summer tour with Cyndi Lauper, but he’s also been in the studio. Today (March 6), he revealed that he’s completed work on a new album called Blood Red Roses, although it has yet to be determined when it will be released. His most recent album was 2015’s

Convicted pharmadouche Martin Shkreli ordered to forfeit one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album

Since December, federal prosecutors have wanted to seize the assets of convicted felon Martin Shkreli. That day of reckoning has finally come for the pharmadouche and all-around despicable excuse for a human being. As CNBC reports (via SPIN), as part of his three convictions of security fraud, federal judges have ordered Shkreli to forfeit his $ 7,360,450

Attention all rudeboys: Ted Leo announces Hearts of Oak 15th anniversary tour

This past September saw Ted Leo deliver The Hanged Man, the indie rocker’s first album to be released under his own name. His upcoming tour, however, will be devoted to one he put out a decade and a half alongside The Pharmacists. On May 31st, Leo will kick off a short jaunt celebrating the 15th anniversary of

David Byrne Kicks Off Daring 'American Utopia' Tour: Video, Set List

David Byrne began his new tour in support of American Utopia last night at Red Bank, N.J. The album, his first in 14 years, arrives on March 9. You can see the full set list below. Byrne performed 18 songs, then added three more over two encores. He drew seven of the tracks from his

Live Review: Lucy Dacus Debuts Historian at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg (3/2)

Setting the Stage: Friday saw Lucy Dacus release her sophomore album, Historian. The Richmond, Virginia, native faced a manner of pressure that’s become familiar for burgeoning singer-songwriters: After putting out a buzz-worthy bedroom debut (2016’s No Burden), the artist must prove they’re no fluke by delivering an impressive follow-up from within the constructs of the

The Cranberries’ Stunning Debut Does More Than Just Linger 25 Years Later

The death of Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan on January 15, 2018, plunged Ireland into a state of national mourning. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar called O’Riordan “the voice of a generation,” radio stations across the country organized a simultaneous broadcast of the band’s 1996 hit “When You’re Gone” in lieu of a moment of silence, and