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Cedric Bixler-Zavala details Mars Volta’s comeback: “It’s new shit, new people, left turns, tangent inconsistencies”

Cedric Bixler-Zavala has offered further details on The Mars Volta’s impending reunion. On Friday, Bixler-Zavala told a fan “It’s happening” when asked if the band planned to reunite in the near future. A second tweet implied that he and bandmate Omar Rodríguez-López were working in the studio. After news of the band’s planned comeback went viral, Bixler-Zavala

TV Review: Jordan Peele’s The Twilight Zone Picks Up Where Rod Serling Left Off

The Pitch: Sixty years after the original series changed the course of science fiction forever, The Twilight Zone returns for a third revival, only this time the keys of imagination are in the hands of Jordan Peele. The Oscar-winning screenwriter and blockbuster director brings a unique vision to Rod Serling’s landmark series, all without losing

Zombie godfather George A. Romero left behind unused scripts and a forgotten movie

George A. Romero, Everett Collection Fifty years ago, director George A. Romero created the zombie genre with his terrifying debut, Night of the Living Dead, tipping off an essential career that gave us genre classics like Marvin, Dawn of the Dead, The Crazies, and Creepshow. Last year, however, he tragically passed away, but he may have

Amigo the Devil unveils the infectious “Everyone Gets Left Behind” (featuring Brad Wilk): Stream

The rock troubadour known as Amigo the Devil is set to release new album, Everything Is Fine, on October 19th, and we’ve got an exclusive premiere of the infectious new song “Everyone Gets Left Behind”, featuring drumming from Brad Wilk of Rage Against the Machine and Prophets of Rage. Amigo the Devil, whose real name

Why Genesis' Tony Banks Left Progressive Rock Behind: Exclusive Interview

Tony Banks’ rock days have been in the rear-view for the past decade. Yet he’s faced the same question pretty much since the day he completed a massive Genesis tour with former bandmates Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford in 2007: “Will the band ever reunite again?” It’s the prog-rock elephant in every room he enters, trampling