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IT: Chapter 2’s adult Losers’ Club gather in first full cast photo

It was a long road, the casting of It: Chapter 2, but each and every Loser finally been announced (along with a hefty portion of its supporting cast). Filming for the sequel to Andy Muschietti’s blockbuster began in earnest last month, and while James McAvoy offered us a peek at the gang in action, Warner Bros.

My Bloody Valentine perform first show in five years: Setlist + Video

Start plugging those ears: My Bloody Valentine are back on the road. Kevin Shields’ legendary shoegaze outfit hit the stage Friday for the first time in five years at Birmingham’s O2 Institute as part of their ensuing summer tour. Despite some sound issues, according to one fan’s report (via Pitchfork), the Dublin outfit was in good

Warren DeMartini Out? Ratt Announces First 2018 Tour Dates

Has Warren DeMartini parted ways with Ratt? The band has revealed tour dates for this year along with a press release in which the guitarist is conspicuous by his absence. Calling it a “new breed of Ratt,” the announcement boasts the participation of only lead singer Stephen Pearcy and bassist Juan Croucier, both of whom were

A black police officer infiltrates the KKK in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman: Watch the first trailer

A movie that teams iconic writer/director Spike Lee with Get Out producers Jordan Peele and Josh Blum is worth consideration based on filmmaking talent alone. When you hear the story behind the resulting movie, BlacKkKlansman, and check out its newly released trailer, though, they’ll be no question why it’s one of our can’t-miss-films of the summer. BlacKkKlansman is based

Fleetwood Mac's New Guitarists, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn, Perform Together for the First Time

It took place during Finn’s show with his son, Liam, at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles. They played “Man of the World,” a single from 1969, back when Peter Green was fronting Fleetwood Mac, and David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream.” According to Variety, “Man of the World” went unrecognized by the crowd but “Moonage

X Japan’s first album in 22 years is “done pretty much,” features Marilyn Manson

X Japan have gone through a lot in their 35 years of existence. They’ve had to deal with career threatening injuries, brainwashing cults, suicide, and a decade-long breakup. So perhaps it’s understandable that there’s been a 22-year gap between records. Fortuantely, the wait for new music is almost over, as the band confirms in an

Michael Nesmith's First National Band Albums Set for Reissue

After being out of print for several years, the post-Monkees recordings of Michael Nesmith will soon see the light of day again. Sundazed Records are reissuing the first three albums by the First National Band on March 29. Since they were first released almost five decades ago, the records have often been cited as cornerstones of the country-rock