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  • The sudden arrival of mysterious posters in cities around the world has prompted speculation that Radiohead is planning some sort of celebration for the 20th anniversary of its landmark 1997 album, OK Computer. According to Diffuser, the posters seem to reference lyrics from the album track "Fitter Happier," and bear a resemblance to the concept art the band was using at that time. The years 1997-2017 also appear on the posters.

    • It’s unclear who is behind the posters, which have already been seen in London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Vancouver, Los Angeles and New York, with other places sure to be added but yet to be reported.
    • Fans online are speculating whether the group may be planning a deluxe reissue of the album, bringing out previously unreleased tracks or giving full performances of the set in concert.
    • OK Computer was released on May 21st, 1997 and remains Radiohead's most popular and acclaimed effort with both fans and critics. It included the hit "Karma Police."
    • Regular Radiohead cover artist Stanley Donwood recently teased on Instagram an upcoming project with the band that he wrote was "soon to be real," but has since posted only images of scaffolding and no further details.
    • Radiohead recently concluded a North American tour in support of its latest studio set, A Moon Shaped Pool.

  • Bring Me The Horizon is starting to turn its attention to a new album, but the band members admit that they don't have any idea yet what direction the music will take. According to The PRP, keyboardist Jordan Fish told the BBC about the sound of their next record, "I don’t think any of us know. There’s a few things I know it won’t be. It’s not going to be a pop record -- I don’t think we’d ever do a straight, boring pop record. It’s not going to be a super, super heavy record either . . . As long as it’s interesting and exciting, that’s all I really care about."

    Fish added, "I understand there’s probably a load of people who want us to be super heavy, and a load of people who only like the last album, who don’t like the heavier stuff. We just want to write something good. Where it sits genre-wise is something someone else can worry about."

    • Singer Oli Sykes told us a while back that the band's musical progression goes hand in hand with their personal growth: "It's got to be true to where we are at. I think some bands at this age, when you get into fifth album and stuff as well, are still trying to sing about the same things and stuff to make the kids happy that used to listen to them. But if it's not true to what you are, it's not where you're at in life, it's gonna look transparent. I think that's why we've managed to carry on as a band, because we've always evolved and we've always made music that we still really, really love. It's not music that we used to love."
    • Bring Me The Horizon's latest album, 2015's That's The Spirit, reached Number Two on the Billboard 200 album chart and featured the hits "Happy Song" and "Throne."
    • Last December, the British act released its Live At The Royal Albert Hall DVD, documenting an April 2016 concert at the legendary London venue with a full orchestra and choir. All proceeds from the show went to Teenage Cancer Trust.

  • Foo Fighters main man Dave Grohl and his mother Virginia will appear as guests on Wednesday's (April 26th) edition of CBS-TV’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The mother-and-son team are making the rounds promoting Virginia’s new book, From Cradle To Stage: Stories From the Mothers Who Rocked and Raised Rock Stars.

    Dave is an old pro at talk show appearances and even guest hosted late night show Chelsea Lately for a week a few years ago. But he told us a while back that the job didn't hold any interest for him: "It's funny because a lot of people ask, like, 'Wow, you're kind of a natural at that, you should do that.' I'm like, 'Why? I can fill a stadium in Australia -- that's fun!'"

    • Virginia's book features interviews with moms of musicians like Rush's Geddy Lee, Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello, Mike D of Beastie Boys, Michael Stipe and others.
    • The book also includes Virginia's personal memories and thoughts on her son's rise to fame – from his early years on the Washington D.C. punk scene to the massive success of Nirvana to Foo Fighters
    • Dave has penned the foreword for his mom's book, which arrived on April 18th.
    • Foo Fighters have announced a string of summer European dates, along with one U.S. festival gig in California at the end of next month, but have yet to announce a new album.

  • In This Moment may be in the midst of a spring road trip but that's not stopping the Maria Brink-fronted band from booking a new run of summer tour dates, including two dates supporting Avenged Sevenfold and Papa Roach and others featuring Starset. The new leg of shows will start on June 19th in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, wrapping up six weeks later on August 5th in Lincoln, Nebraska.

    Maria Brink told us a while back that putting on a show that fans can relate to is important to her: "This theatrical show that we put on, I really want people to feel things not only when they hear us, but when they see us now. When they see different performing arts things happening and expression onstage, I want them to feel it as well."
    June 24 - Lubbock, TX - Lonestar Pavilion
    June 25 - Abilene, TX - Abilene Civic Center
    June 27 - Oklahoma City, OK - Diamond Ballroom
    June 28 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
    July 1 - North Myrtle Beach, SC - House Of Blues
    July 2 - Norfolk, VA - The Norva
    July 3 - Lancaster, PA - Freedom Hall
    July 5 - Portland, ME - State Theatre
    July 7 - Asbury Park, NJ - Asbury Park Convention Hall
    July 11 - Rockford, IL - Coronado Theatre
    July 12 - Cedar Rapids, IA - McGrath Amphitheater
    July 14 - Mansfield, OH - Ink in the Clink
    July 15 - Inwood, WV - Shiley Acres Farm
    July 19 - Little Rock, AR - Metroplex
    July 21 - Corpus Christi, TX - Concrete Street Amphitheatre
    July 22 - Dallas, TX - South Side Ballroom
    July 23 - Midland, TX - La Hacienda Center
    July 25 - Wichita, KS - The Cotillion
    July 26 - Des Moines, IA - 7 Flags Event Center
    July 28 - Madison, WI - Orpheum Theater
    July 29 - Rochester, MN - Mayo Civic Auditorium
    July 30 - Fargo, ND - Fargo Civic Auditorium
    August 1 - Bismarck, ND - Bismarck Event Center
    August 3 - Billings, MT - Shrine Auditorium
    August 4 - Sturgis, SD - Ironhorse Saloon

  • Art Of Anarchy and former Creed vocalist Scott Stapp told Alternative Nation in a new interview that he does not actually think that the ghost of the late Scott Weiland spoke to him while Stapp was traveling on the tour bus on which Weiland died of an overdose in December 2015.

    In an interview with GQ, Stapp said, "All of a sudden, it was almost like Weiland speaking to me from the grave, man. It was a very weird feeling that I felt. I remember being in the bathroom, looking in the mirror, on the bus, and really feeling like I could hear or feel him saying, ‘Dude, this could have been you.’"

    Asked by Alternative Nation if he meant that in a "metaphorical" sense, Stapp replied, "Yeah, absolutely. Scott Weiland didn’t literally speak to me. What I was referring to there was how being on this tour bus that he died in created an epiphany in me. The way I carried on my life at certain times could have put me in that same position. In no way, shape or form, as you interpreted, did Scott Weiland speak to me."

    • Stapp blamed the GQ writer for making it seem as if Stapp thought he had conferred with Weiland's spirit, saying "The writer for that article was, in my opinion, way out of line, and wrote an article just to assassinate me personally. He took any window of opportunity to take anything I said out of context."
    • Weiland sang on the first Art Of Anarchy album, but never performed live with the group and distanced himself from the project before his death.
    • Stapp, sober after a well-publicized meltdown over two years ago that was partially the result of heavy drug use, was recruited last year to sing for the group.
    • The band, which also features Disturbed bassist John Moyer, ex-Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal and brothers Jon and Vince Votta on guitar and drums, issued its sophomore album, The Madness, on March 24th.


TOM HARDY NABS THIEF IN LONDON: Real-life superhero! Taboo star Tom Hardy, 39, chased down a thief trying to steal a moped in London, according to reports. Hardy got ahold of one of the alleged thiefs at the scene while another fled the scene. An eyewitness said Hardy appeared to be delighted, announcing gleefully: "I caught the c---." Have you ever snapped into action when you saw something untoward going down? PETA MURGATROYD ‘SAFE’ AFTER ATTEMPTED HOME BREAK-IN: On Good Morning America Tuesday, Heather Morris revealed that her Dancing With the Stars partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, was unable to join her because an intruder had attempted to break into his and wife Peta Murgatroyd’s home. "They had some sort of run in with some man near their house trying to break in, but the police were there," Morris, 30, said. "They took care of it. So they're safe and Peta's okay. That's the most important thing." Three months ago, the couple welcomed their first child, Shai Aleksander, together. LENA DUNHAM, JENNI KONNER LAUNCH LENNY LETTER TOUR: The Girls creators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner have some free time after wrapping their six-year run. The duo has announced that they will turn their digital newsletter into a variety show. Dubbed Lenny: America IRL, the show will tour six cities, beginning on May 31st in St. Louis. The tour will feature music, comedy and spoken word. Performers will include Saturday Night Live star Sasheer Zamata, poet Jenny Zhang and comics Charla Lauriston and Morgan Murphy.Tickets go on sale Friday. Will you check out the show? MILA KUNIS SURPRISES PARENTS WITH HOME MAKEOVER: Daughter of the year! Actress and mother of two Mila Kunis surprised her parents, Mark and Elvira Kunis, with a makeover of their L.A. condo. Kunis appeared on the online show My Houzz for the big reveal. "They’ve done so many things for my brother and I," says Kunis, 33, explains. "And so I desperately want to give them something that I think they deserve." Her husband Ashton Kutcher, who also exec produces the show, pops up to toast the couple. If you could give your parents anything, what would it be? JENNA DEWAN TATUM REVEALS CHANNING’S PROPS IN FIRST NIGHT TOGETHER: Jenna Dewan Tatum and Channing Tatum have never shied away from spilling the secrets of their sex life. Now Jenna is chatting about their first night together. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the dancer revealed that while filming 2006’s Step Up together, Tatum gathered his courage to hit on her during a "wild tequila night." He showed up at her hotel room at 2 a.m. "I go and open the door — he’s going to kill me for this — and he has on underwear, a sombrero and Ugg boots, and he’s like, ‘Let’s do this.’" The couple ended up spending the night together and actually received a round of applause arriving on the set the next day. SCOTT BAIO EXPLAINS REMARKS ON ERIN MORAN AFTER BACKLASH: Scott Baio says he was responding to media reports when he suggested the death of his former Happy Days and Joanie Loves Chachi co-star Erin Moran may have been due to substance abuse problems. Authorities in Indiana said Monday that Moran likely died from cancer at her home on Saturday at the age of 56. Earlier in the day, while speaking about Moran’s death, Baio said in an interview that "if you do drugs or drink, you’re going to die," but added that he didn’t know if drugs or alcohol were the cause. Baio’s comments drew a backlash on social media. He clarified in a Facebook post that he had heard reports that Moran died of a heroin overdose and the radio interview took place before authorities mentioned her cancer. Baio says he’s "heartbroken" over Moran’s death. JASON BIGGS, JENNY MOLLEN EXPECTING BABY BOY: Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen are expecting another baby boy. Mollen, a 37-year-old actress who has appeared on Angel and Girls, announced in an Instagram post that she’s pregnant with her second son. "To quote Beyoncé, "I have two penises" (not twins. Just mine and the one inside me.) #Itsaboy," she captioned a photo of her baby bump. Biggs and Mollen, who co-starred in the 2008 movie My Best Friend’s Girl, already share 3-year-old son Sid. The couple announced this month that they’re expecting again, and celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary Saturday. The baby is due in early October. LESLIE ODOM JR. WELCOMES FIRST CHILD: Leslie Odom Jr. is a first-time dad. The 35-year-old Broadway actor announced in an Instagram post yesterday that wife Nicolette Robinson gave birth to daughter Lucille Ruby on April 23rd. "Lucille Ruby arrived in the wee hours of Sunday morning after a brief but harrowing labor on the part of her incredible mother, Nicolette Kloe Robinson, the dragonslayer. Deeper in love by the minute," Odom captioned photos of his baby girl. Odom and Robinson, a 29-year-old actress known for The Affair, met on the set of the musical Once on This Island in 2008, and married in 2012. Odom is known for starring in the original Broadway production of Hamilton, and won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his role as Aaron Burr. He has also appeared in Rent and Leap of Faith. He also stars in various Nationwide commercials.


Kelly Osbourne’s stint at a mental institution may have been brief, but it has a long-lasting impact, the reality star reveals. The 32-year-old TV host opens up about her three-day stay in her new memoir, There Is No F---ing Secret. "Mum once locked me in a mental institution for three days, and it scared the hell out of me. … I had to wear paper shoes, since I could potentially kill myself with a shoelace, and wasn’t allowed to have anything metal, not even a spoon," she writes in her memoir, which was published Tuesday. "I wasn’t suicidal by medical standards, but I heard Mum’s message loud and clear: stop using drugs before I was gone for good." Osbourne first got into drugs when she was just 13 years old and was given Vicodin after having her tonsils removed. "I found, when I take this, people like me. I’m having fun, I’m not getting picked on. It became a confidence thing," she told People in 2009. Osbourne explains that her drug use peaked when her mother Sharon was battling cancer and after her father, rocker Ozzy Osbourne, almost died in an ATV accident. "The only way I could even face my life was by opening that pill bottle, shaking out a few pills — or a handful — into my palm, and throwing them down my throat," she writes. During her struggle to get clean, Osbourne wrote that she tried rehab four times, detoxes six times and that one fateful visit to a mental institution. Osbourne has been sober for many years now and the memoir is a series of essays that delves not just into her addictions, but also her body issues, her near-fatal brush with Lyme Disease, her friendships and her approach to fashion, family and dating.


Everyone’s got their thing! By Hollywood standards, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star Chris Pratt is a pretty chill guy. But, as he is the first to admit: he has his moments of downright divadom. The star recently sat down with Cigar Aficionado to download on his secret diva moves. Pratt’s big issue, he explained, is fans who want to take selfies with him. "I’ve always been a pretty deferential, go-with-the-flow guy. But now I have to be economical with my time," he said. "If I go out and want to do normal things, I have to be comfortable disappointing people. So I just don’t take pictures with people. Because that’s not about enjoying the moment; it’s about stealing the moment to brag about later." But that’s not all. Pratt is also willing to tread on Brits’ famous good manners in interest of an illicit puff. "The Brits are so polite. There I am, smoking these little cigars on the set and it is, in fact, illegal," he said. "But they were so reluctant to finally say, ‘I’m very sorry, but I’m afraid it’s against the law.’ And I said, ‘No, no, that’s cool — just tell me when the cops come.’ Hey, I show up on time, I know my stuff. It’s like, my one diva thing." Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits theaters May 5th.


Chris Soules, the star of The Bachelor in Season 19, was arrested after a fatal car crash Monday night, according to reports. The crash happened near Aurora, Iowa at 8:20 p.m., TMZ reports. Soules’ pickup allegedly rear-ended a John Deere tractor trailer, causing both vehicles to land in a ditch. Soules is said to have fled the scene. The driver, an older man named Kenneth Mosher, died later at the hospital. Soules, 35, was reportedly booked at 1:16 a.m. on Tuesday and charged with leaving the scene of an accident at which a death occurred. According to TMZ, Soules had alcoholic beverages on him at the time of crash. On Tuesday, a judge reportedly put a $10,000 cash bond on him, which he posted. A spokesperson for Soules spoke out in his behalf. "Chris Soules was involved in an accident Monday evening (April 24) in a rural part of Iowa near his home. He was devastated to learn that Kenneth Mosher, the other person in the accident, passed away. His thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Mosher’s family." In 2006, Soules was convicted of driving while intoxicated. In 2001, he plead guilty to driving with an open container. Soules first garnered attention on Andi Dorfman’s season of The Bachelorette in 2014 before going to star in his own season. He and his final pick, Whitney Bischoff, broke off their engagement soon after the show ended amid gossip that he was cheating on her with his Dancing With the Stars partner.

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