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The now infamous Baby Trump balloon that was created in protest of the President's recent visit to London, made a stop at a Pearl Jam concert. During their London performance Tuesday night (July 17), fans were greeted by the dirigible as they entered the arena.

The band has been extremely vocal about their distaste for Trump and Eddie Vedder said this to the London crowd: "I know at home it feels very divisive. And it feels like he's added such divisive energy to how we get along back home, but then I realized the other day watching all the protests down in the square… there were 250,000. He's actually bringing people together."

Vedder's wife, Jill posted a photo and urged people to vote and said, "Yesterday’s meeting was terrifying, to say the least."

Pearl Jam's European leg of the tour has now ended and will kick off again with a series of baseball stadium appearances, starting Aug. 8 at Seattle's Safeco Field.

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A new Beartooth song leaked out to fans, so the band decided to keep the leak flowing. Not only did they post a link to the leaked song, titled "Infection", they also shared details of their next album, including a look at the artwork.

Lead vocalist, Caleb Shomo wrote on Instagram, "After a year and a half of coming up with the title and concept, writing songs, writing more songs, (and…) writing more songs, tracking, writing more songs, recording, mixing, having panic attacks, losing countless hours of sleep, traveling thousands and thousands of miles, laughing, crying, and non-stop rocking… I have finished my masterpiece."

The official track listing shows 12 new songs from the upcoming album called Disease. Although they didn't define a release date, they teased the fact that something big is happening on July 23.

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Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy will compose the score for the short film called Wonderland. It's a modern interpretation of the Lewis Carroll classic, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and will touch on inequality in Hollywood, particularly the struggle of women in the entertainment industry. American Gods actress Yetide Badaki is set to star.

Stump told Entertainment Weekly, "When you’re doing a score, it’s kind of like acting, really, because you have to get in the head of a character, whereas with Fall Out Boy, if I’m writing a song, I’m going to have to get on stage every night and sing that. It’s really for me." He went on to explain, "Writing a song is more — not selfish, but you’re focused on what you would want, whereas in a film you’re just focused on telling the story."

The short film is slated to begin production next month.

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The Struts are set to headline their own tour this fall. Tickets for the Body Talks Tour go on sale this Friday, (July 20th.)

Opening acts on various dates include White Reaper, Spirit Animal, The Wrecks, and Thunderpussy. The tour will kick off on September 21st in Detroit, Michigan and run through November 9th, wrapping in San Francisco. Until then, the English, glam-rock quartet will continue to open shows for Foo Fighters.

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Earlier this year, Korn's Jonathan Davis released his first full-length solo album, Black Labyrinth, and now plans to talk about it.

On August 1, he'll be in Hollywood to discuss the album and his long career with Korn, as he takes part in the Musician Institute's Conversation Series.

Past guests have included Black Sabbath's Tony Lommi and Rob Halford of Judas Priest. Tickets are free for students and alumni and the general public can get tickets on a first-come-first-serve basis.

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The official lyric video for a Guns N. Roses song has been released. It's an acoustic version of "Move To The City," taken from the Locked N' Loaded box reissue of the band's classic 1987 debut album, Appetite For Destruction.

The box includes the Super Deluxe Edition with four CDs featuring the newly remastered album for the first time ever; B-sides N' EPs newly remastered, as well as the previously unreleased 1986 Sound City Session N' More recordings, plus bonus tracks and music videos.

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