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Listen to Jerry Cantrell's New Solo Track 'Setting Sun'

Alice in Chains leader Jerry Cantrell has released a new solo track entitled “Settting Sun” in association with new graphic novel “Dark Nights: Metal: Deluxe Edition,” on sale now via DC Entertainment. You can listen to the song below. The story explores an “ancient and evil mystery” discovered by Batman which could “destroy the very

Listen to Stevie Nicks and LeAnn Rimes Duet on 'Borrowed'

Tomorrow (June 20), country star LeAnn Rimes will release an EP called Re-Imagined, where she’s recorded new versions of several of her older songs. For “Borrowed,” which originally appeared on 2013’s Spitfire, Rimes duets with Stevie Nicks. As the Fleetwood Mac singer revealed, she’s been itching for this duet for years. “I stopped in my tracks

Listen to Roger Daltrey's New Song, 'How Far'

The song first appeared on the 1972 self-titled album by Stills’ short-lived band Manassas, and is one of several covers on Daltrey’s upcoming LP. The record also includes takes on Stevie Wonder’s “You Haven’t Done Nothing,” Nick Cave’s “Into My Arms” and the title track by Garnet Mimms. Daltrey said the soul leanings of the album brought back

Listen to Kirk Hammett Play on Michael Schenker's 'Heart and Soul'

Former UFO and Scorpions guitarist Michael Schenker is set to unveil a new effort by his latest project, Michael Schenker Fest, when Resurrection arrives on March 2. He’s just released an official lyric video for the single “Heart and Soul,” which features him trading guitar solos with Kirk Hammett of Metallica. Hammett has often credited

Listen to Scorpions' New Version of 'Follow Your Heart'

Scorpions have released the first single from their upcoming collection, Born to Touch Your Feelings: Best of Rock Ballads. A newly recorded 2017 version of “Follow Your Heart” is one of three new recordings featured on the album, which will be released on Nov. 24. “Nowadays, ballads are the pinnacle of rock music,” said Scorpions frontman Klaus Meine. “If they’re well-written, they will go