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  • Royal Blood is at it again. The British duo has posted another video clip online to tease their upcoming second album, following a clip that the band posted back in December right before the holidays. The new video is a 48-second montage of behind-the-scenes footage from the studio where the pair have been working since last year on the follow-up to their 2014 self-titled debut.

    • The duo’s celebrated debut LP became one of the fastest-selling albums in British music history and was a success in the U.S. as well, yielding the hits "Figure It Out" and "Out Of The Black."
    • It was nominated for the Mercury Prize, one of the most prestigious music awards in the U.K.
    • Singer/bassist Mike Kerr told us a while back that he was astounded at the success the duo had in such a short time: "We didn't anticipate any response really when we started the band, and we had no real agenda at all from the beginning. We were just having a bit of fun. So when I look back and see how far it's come, it's pretty amazing really."
    • The only new music we've heard since the release of the band's debut disc was a song called "Where Are You Now?" which appeared on the soundtrack for HBO’s now-canceled music series Vinyl.
    • Royal Blood already has a string of live appearances coming up this summer, including the Governor's Ball in New York City on June 2nd through the 4th and the Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee on June 11th, as well as a full slate of European festivals.

  • Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has confirmed that the first new music from the band's upcoming album Hydrograd will arrive next month. Taylor wrote via Facebook, "Attention. New Stone Sour music coming in April. Spread the word. Tell the world." Taylor did not name which song will be debuting next month. Hydrograd itself, Stone Sour's sixth studio effort, is coming out in June although an exact date has yet to be unveiled.

    Taylor told us recently about the new material: "It is the best stuff that we've ever written. It's got a lot of different directions, but at its core it's very hard rock, almost in a modern/classic sense. There are some hints of punk in there. There's some cool hard rock/heavy metal. There's just all of these really cool elements that we've never maybe allowed ourselves to kind of go to." big choruses. We've got some mellower songs on there too, which are equally just as amazing and have a lot of groove to them."
  • Chow called the record a "bit of a departure" from previous Stone Sour albums.
  • The band recorded the album live in the studio, cutting a total of 18 songs from which 14 or 15 will make the CD.
  • Stone Sour will play the Rock On The Range Kick-Off Party on Thursday, May 18th at Express Live! in Columbus, Ohio. The event will start the Rock On The Range weekend, with Metallica, Soundgarden and Korn headlining this year’s festival.
  • Stone Sour will also be special guests of Korn on the latter act's "Serenity Of Summer" trek, which starts on June 16th in Salt Lake City and wraps on August 2nd in Cleveland.

  • Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong said in a new interview with Rolling Stone that although he does not shy away from expressing his feelings about Donald Trump, he prefers not to create a negative experience at the band's concerts. Armstrong explained, "For us, we want to try and keep the energy in the room positive and create a form of unity. First and foremost, I want people to have a really great experience away from the negative press and negative stuff that you see on the news and Facebook."

    When it's pointed out that he shouts out a "f**k you" to Trump every night during the song "American Idiot," Armstrong said, "People know how I feel. I feel like going negative is just throwing fuel on the fire. I feel like the government is trying to create a culture war between us in a lot of ways . . . I want people to feel unity when they come to a show. At the same time, I'm not going to puss out on saying what I feel about him and his administration."

    • Bassist Mike Dirnt added, "I mean, American Idiot wasn't f**k George Bush . . . And I certainly won't give Trump the credit of saying this is a Trump record."
    • The band's latest album, Revolution Radio, debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200 album chart last October and features the hits "Bang Bang" and "Still Breathing."
    • Following its current North American leg of dates, Green Day will take a break before heading overseas and then returning to this continent for another round of shows in August.

  • Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl will join Sammy Hagar, the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir, Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood and other artists who will perform at the fourth annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure show, a Bay Area benefit concert held by Hagar and Metallica's James Hetfield to raise money for the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.

    Grohl will actually replace Hetfield on this year's lineup, as Metallica's WorldWired tour will prevent the Metallica frontman from participating for the first time in the event's history. Other appearing this year include Sarah McLachlan, Steve Vai, former Eagles guitarist Don Felder and Pat Benatar. The show will take place at San Francisco's Fillmore on May 15th.

    • Tickets for the Acoustic-4-A-Cure concert go on sale Friday (March 31st) at 10:00 a.m. PT via Live Nation.
    • The show features almost exclusively acoustic performances, such as the one in 2014 during which Hetfield played a surprise cover of the Beatles' "In My Life" before being joined by Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong for Bob Seger's "Turn The Page."
    • The 2015 concert featured Hetfield performing Adele's "Crazy For You" alongside his teen daughter Cali.
    • The benefit was created by Hagar and Hetfield, while other artists who have appeared in the past include Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell, John Mayer, Joe Satriani, Chad Smith and more.


      BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH AND WIFE SOPHIE WELCOME SON HAL AUDEN: Benedict Cumberbatch, 40, and his wife Sophie have welcomed their second child, son Hal Auden Cumberbatch. He was born on Friday, March 3rd and joins Christopher "Kit" Carlton, 21 months. Cumberbatch recently told People that his own parents, actors Timothy Carlton and Wanda Ventham, inspire him to be a better father: "They are the first heroes I ever had in my life and I don’t mean that in a sappy way, it’s the truth."

      MAKSIM CHMERKOVSKIY’S INJURY SIDELINES HIM FROM DANCING WITH THE STARS: Maksim Chmerkovskiy will not be hitting the dance floor for week two of Dancing With the Stars season 24. His sidelining calf injury was announced on Good Morning America. Chmerkovskiy will still hit the ballroom to cheer on his partner Heather Morris. His replacement has yet to be announced.

      PARIS JACKSON & PRINCE JACKSON GET MATCHING TATTOOS: Siblings and best friends! Paris Jackson and her older brother Prince Jackson sealed their unbreakable bond with coordinating ankle tattoos of yin and yang signs. Paris shared the inspiration on Instagram, writing: "/yin/ in Chinese philosophy the passive female principle of the universe, characterized as female and sustaining and associated with structure, night, the moon, fluidity, calmness, the earth, darkness, cold, death, and ascends energy," while "/yang/ the active male principle of the universe, characterized as male and creative and associated with function, the sky and sun, speed, expression, heaven, heat, light, birth, and descends energy." Would you be more likely to get a coordinating tattoo with a friend, lover or family member?

      JARED AND GENEVIEVE CORTESE PADALECKI WELCOME DAUGHTER ODETTE ELLIOTT: Supernatural star Jared Padalecki and wife Genevieve Cortese Padalecki have welcomed daughter Odette Elliott Padalecki. She was born Friday, March 17th, Genevieve shares in a sweet post on Instagram. Under a photo of herself snuggling newborn Odette, Genevieve wrote: "Please welcome the newest Padalecki, Odette Elliott!!" Odette joins big brothers Shepherd, 3, and Thomas Colton, 5.

      BRIE BELLA PLANS TO GIVE BIRTH ON CAMERA AND SHOW IT TO FANS: As Total Divas Brie Bella’s due date draws near, she tells E! that cameras will follow her "all the way to labor." Fans will be able to see her give birth to her and Daniel Bryan’s baby girl: "It's insane cause at first I was like...I don't know you hear women want to beat up everyone in the hospital room as it is, I can't imagine having the cameras in there." Fans will be able to check out the birth process for Birdy Joe Danielson in Season Two. Total Divas returns Wednesday, April 5th at 9 pm on E!


      Nicole Kidman sat down with Jessica Rowe for a casual and revealing interview at the Business Chicks Lunch in Melbourne on Monday.

      The private actress was more expansive than usual, discussing her love life, family and the recent death of her father.

      • The 49-year-old mother of four reveals that she still wants another child but that husband Keith Urban is trying to dissuade her: "Keith always says, ‘Remember the baby carriers, all of the stuff, no!’ For him the stuff was a lot, carrying it all, but I see it all with rose-colored glasses."
      • Kidman has adopted children Connor and Isabella with ex Tom Cruise and two biological daughters Faith Margaret and Sunday Rose with Urban. She says she was told by doctors she could never conceive naturally and then became pregnant with Sunday Rose unexpectedly at age 40.
      • Kidman also opened up about the unexpected death of her father at age 75 in 2014: "There has been times when I’ve been on the floor and I don’t think I can go on with the day; when I lost my dad that was probably the biggest loss ever in my life."
      • Kidman acknowledged that despite her glamorous Hollywood career, her life has had its share of pitfalls. "The worst that can happen is everything falls apart and you put it back together," she shared.


      Cuba Gooding Jr. lifted up Sarah Paulson’s dress during an American Horror Story: Roanoke event and while she laughed it off, fans and commenters did not appreciate his hands-on approach.

      As fellow co-star Kathy Bates was being introduced at L.A.’s PaleyFest on Sunday, Paulson, 42, greeted her. That’s when Gooding, 49, grabbed her dress from behind and took a peek.

      • Paulson shrieked, but then seemed to laugh it off and the pair’s rapport was playful as the event continued.
      • The pair have a long history together, portraying a husband and wife on American Horror Story and working together in People Vs. O.J.
      • The Twitterverse blew a gasket, with one user writing: "@cubagoodingjr hi, dude. did you apologize to Sarah? you should if you didn’t bc what you did was Gross and Disrespectful."
      • Another opined: "Um… so is @cubagoodingjr allowed to get away with lifting @MsSarahPaulson skirt at @paleycenter? Total disrespect to a woman."


      Playing hard to get is not in the cards for Val Kilmer.

      The 57-year-old Top Gun star spent much of the weekend posting bizarre, besotted tweets detailing his admiration for Cate Blanchett, on a personal and professional level.

      • A typical post explained how he once flew all the way to Australia just to chat, but was stymied by her husband: "Once I flew all the way to Australia just to talk to Cate Blanchett. Her husband met me first. Or, instead, I guess, to be accurate."
      • A follow-up tweet included this unsolicited glimpse into his psyche: "And recently I’ve had 2 dreams with #CateBlanchett in them. Her husband wasn’t in either of them."
      • Blanchett, 47, is married to Australian playwright Andrew Upton. They share four children together: Dashiell John, 15; Roman Robert, 12; Ignatius Martin, 8; and Edith Vivian Patricia, whose adoption the couple announced three years ago.
      • Blanchett and Kilmer appeared 2003’s The Missing together and both have small roles in Terrence Malick’s Song to Song.

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