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Coheed and Cambria share new song “The Dark Sentencer”: Stream

Coheed and Cambria, photo by Thaib A. Wahab Prog-punk innovators Coheed and Cambria have returned with a spacey new single, “The Dark Sentencer”, which, in addition to having about as-on-brand-of a title one could ask of the band, is a harbinger of a new, heretofore untitled LP to arrive sometime later this year via Roadrunner Records.

Gorillaz announce North American arena tour, Los Angeles Demon Dayz Festival

Gorillaz will return on June 29th with their new album, The Now Now. Band mastermind Damon Albarn described the Humanz follow-up as “a summer record,” but 2-D and co. will be extending the good times into fall when they head out on a North American tour this October. The short trek spans just seven dates, but each show is just as

Styx, Joan Jett and Tesla Tour: A Tale of the Tape

It’s a platinum triple-header, an arena-rock summer extravaganza: Styx, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Tesla, loading up an amphitheater near you with your fellow rock fans and the sounds of decades of FM radio classics. In one corner, you have the men who conjured a “Grand Illusion” and taught us what “Domo arigato” meant. In

Ranking: Every Pixar Movie from Worst to Best

Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract. It’s exact science by way of a few beers. This time, we engage in an animated rundown of all 19 Pixar films. Just over two decades ago, Toy Story heralded the arrival of a new force

Woman Who Gave Greta Van Fleet Their Name 'Laughed It Off'

The woman whose name was adopted by rising-star rock band Greta Van Fleet said she “laughed it off” when she heard. Gretna Van Fleet, an 87-year-old resident of the band’s hometown of Frankenmuth, Mich., saw them for the first time in five years last week. “They’ve matured, I’ll say that,” the saxophonist and pianist told

Phil Mogg to Retire from UFO After 2019 Tour

UFO frontman and sole original member Phil Mogg announced his retirement from the veteran British band after their 50th anniversary tour next year, bringing with it the expectation that they’ll split as a result. He revealed he’d been considering the move for some time and described it as a “bittersweet” decision. “I’ve considered stepping down

John Fogerty and ZZ Top Kick Off 'Blues and Bayous' Tour: Set List

One of this year’s most eagerly awaited package tours began last night (May 25) when ZZ Top and John Fogerty opened up their Blues and Bayous Tour at the Borgata Spa & Resort in Atlantic City, N.J. Fogerty and his band performed 24 songs. Although the set list (see below) weighed heavily on his Creedence