Stone Temple Pilots have premiered a new video for "And So I Know," a track off the band's 1996 album Tiny Music...Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop.
The clip includes never-before-seen footage of the Tiny Music recording sessions, which took place at a ranch house in Santa Ynez, California. Shots of a young Scott Weiland smiling in the studio are particularly emotional.
You can watch the "And So I Know" video streaming now on YouTube.
The video premiere coincides with today's release of the 25th anniversary Tiny Music reissue. The expanded package features the original album audio remastered, as well as various demos, instrumentals, alternate recordings and live tracks.
Gemini Syndrome will release a new album called 3rd Degree -- The Raising on October 15.
In a statement, vocalist Aaron Nordstrom describes the upcoming record as being about "death and rebirth."
"In the process of this record I made some major life choices," Nordstrom explains. "Mainly to stop killing myself slowly with alcohol. Two years without a drink, and a couple near death experiences later, I think I have ample experience to talk about a subject as elusive as death."
Gemini Syndrome has already released three songs from 3rd Degree, including the current single "Die with Me." A fourth cut, titled "Abandoned," is out today via digital outlets.
3rd Degree is the follow-up to 2016's Memento Mori, which spawned the single "Remember We Die."
Here's the 3rd Degree -- The Raising track list:
"Die With Me"
"Baptized in Fire"
"Children of the Sun"
"Sum Quod Eris"
"Best of Me"
"Hold the Line"
"Where We Started From"
Grandson and Jessie Reyez have premiered the video for "Rain," their collaborative song recorded for the upcoming The Suicide Squad movie.
The clip stars both artists mixed with footage from The Suicide Squad, including shots of Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn, Idris Elba's Bloodsport and John Cena's Peacemaker characters.
"Shooting the music video for 'Rain' gave me the opportunity to slaughter a bunch of stuntmen with a battle ax and be a rockstar on the same day," grandson says. "It was unbelievably fun, and after a year stuck inside, I think this movie is a much-needed opportunity for us to just turn our brains off and watch some s*** blow up with our friends."
You can watch the "Rain" video streaming now on YouTube.
The Suicide Squad premieres August 6 in theaters and on HBO Max. It's the sequel to 2016's Suicide Squad, which memorably spawned the Twenty One Pilots hit, "Heathens."
All Good Things has announced a new album called A Hope in Hell.
The record, which will include the band's hit single, "For the Glory," featuring Hollywood Undead's Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene, is due out August 20.
Along with the album news, All Good Things has also shared another track from A Hope in Hell, "The Comeback," which features Craig Mabbitt of Escape the Fate. You can download that now via digital outlets.
"For the Glory," meanwhile, currently sits in the top five on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Airplay chart.
All Good Things will hit the road in August while opening for P.O.D.'s 20th anniversary Satellite tour.
Here's the A Hope in Hell track list:
"For the Glory" feat. Johnny 3 Tears and Charlie Scene
"Do It Now" feat. Hyro the Hero
"Push Me Down"
"The Comeback" feat. Craig Mabbitt
"Four Letter Words"
"End of the World"
"A Hope in Hell"
The Black Keys are helping announce the new name of Cleveland's baseball team.
In a video posted Friday morning, the MLB franchise revealed it will officially be known as the Cleveland Guardians going forward. The change comes after its previous name, logo and mascot had long been criticized as offensive to the Native American community.
The video, which is narrated by lifelong Cleveland fan Tom Hanks, features music from fellow diehards The Black Keys, who originally formed in nearby Akron, Ohio.
"Together we stand with all who understand what it means to be born and built from the Land," Hanks says, as the Keys' El Camino track "Little Black Submarines" plays in the background. "Because this is the city we love, and the game we believe in. And together, we are all Cleveland Guardians."
Back in 2016, drummer Patrick Carney threw out the ceremonial first pitch at a Cleveland game.
Bullet for My Valentine has unleashed a new song called "Parasite."
The track, which is available now for digital download, will appear on the Welsh metallers' upcoming self-titled album. It's the second cut to be released from the record, following lead single "Knives."
"'Parasite' is an absolute RAGER from start to finish!!!" Bullet says. "Easily one of the gnarliest tracks we've ever written -- we couldn't be more stoked to finally get it out there."
Bullet for My Valentine the album will be released October 22. It's the follow-up to 2018's Gravity.
What do you get when you combine a former military base, shoddy facilities, a bloated music industry, a clash of generations, unbearable heat and $4 water bottles, all set to the angry, nihilistic music that only the late '90s could provide? Perhaps the most infamous music festival of the last 25 years.
Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage, which premieres today on HBO, tells the story of the ill-fated event, which ended in chaos and riots amid three days of boiling temperatures and overflowing toilets, as well as death and sexual assault.
In addition to exploring how it all went wrong, director Garret Price tells ABC Audio he wanted to use Woodstock '99 as a "mirror" to the cultural and sociopolitical issues of America in 1999.
The doc mentions everything from the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky scandal to the rise of Napster and the Columbine shooting, and examines how the older generation that experienced the original 1969 Woodstock tried to push its values on the younger '99 audience.
"If I could find a way to mix all these together and show that Woodstock '99 was this big mixing bowl of the things that were going on culturally, with some poor planning, and people falling victim to the mythology of the original Woodstock, it creates this thing that devolves over three days," Price explains.
All of this, of course, was soundtracked by the biggest rock bands at the time, including Limp Bizkit, Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Kid Rock. Each musical moment in the film, Price shares, was "methodically chosen."
"There's subtext...I wanted to use in the lyrics of these songs, and really allow me...to step back and look at these bigger picture ideas," Price says.
Rise Against has released a new acoustic version of "Nowhere Generation," the title track off the band's new album.
The updated recording features guest vocals from Meg Myers. You can download it now via digital outlets.
"When we released the acoustic version of 'Nowhere Generation,' we found that it really connected with a lot of people," says frontman Tim McIlrath. "We heard from a lot of unique and beautiful voices, and we knew that we needed to add another beautiful, unique voice to this song. Meg was the perfect choice and we are thrilled with how it all turned out."
"When Rise Against asked me to sing on 'Nowhere Generation,' I felt an instant connection to the song," Myers adds. "There is a power and a purity about this song that is so healing and unifying."
The original "Nowhere Generation" currently sits in the top 10 on both Billboard's Mainstream Rock and Alternative Airplay charts.
Nowhere Generation the album was released in June. Rise Against will launch a tour in support of the record July 27 in Cleveland.
Myers released a pair of EPs, Thank You 4 Taking Me 2 the Disco and I'd Like 2 Go Home Now, last November. The former includes her single "The Underground."
AlterBridge's Mark Tremonti has released a new song called "If Not for You," with his solo band, Tremonti.
The track, which is available now for digital download and via streaming services, is the lead single off the upcoming fifth Tremonti album, Marching in Time. It's also accompanied by a music video featuring intense performance footage of the band, which you can stream now on YouTube.
Marching in Time, the follow-up to 2018's A Dying Machine, is due out September 24.
Tremonti will be marching on the road this fall while on tour with Sevendust.
The stream will be available throughout all four days of the Chicago festival, which takes place July 29 to August 1, for Hulu's on-demand subscribers at no additional cost.
The full streaming lineup and schedule will be announced next week.
The 2021 Lollpalooza lineup includes Foo Fighters, Journey, Limp Bizkit, Modest Mouse, Jimmy Eat World, All Time Low, Black Pumas, Angels & Airwaves, Brittany Howard and Young the Giant, among many others.
In-person festival-goers must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or provide a negative test within 72 hours of attending.
Former Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver drummer Matt Sorum is a proud papa!
Sorum and his wife, Ace Harper, have just announced that Harper gave birth to a baby girl named Lou Ellington Sorum on June 11.
Lou, who is the couple's first child, was born in Palm Springs, California, and weighed in at 6 pounds, 14 ounces.
"Our Hearts are so full of gratitude that God has brought this angel into our lives," Matt and Ace say in a statement. "Our baby girl Lou Ellington is pure Love & Joy."
Sorum and Harper, who've been married since 2013, announced the impending birth of their daughter back in March in a People magazine article.
Ace is a singer/songwriter, dancer, artist and fashion designer who previously collaborated musically with her husband in a band called Diamond Baby.
Sorum, meanwhile, co-produced, co-wrote and plays drums on ZZ Top frontman Billy Gibbons recent solo album, Hardware. In addition, he's preparing to publish a book called Double Talkin' Jive: True Rock 'n' Roll Stories on September 7 that will feature him discussing his experiences trying to achieve a successful music career, while reflecting on the challenges of being a rock star.
Live Nation is celebrating the return of concerts with $20 tickets to shows this summer.
The promotion, dubbed Return to Live, will let you see artists including Greta VanFleet, Kings of Leon, Slipknot, Judas Priest, The Black Crowes, 311, Evanescence, Dead & Company, KISS and Rise Against at various outdoor Live Nation venues across the U.S. for just two $10 bills, taxes and fees included.
Other participating artists include 3 Doors Down, AJR, Alanis Morissette, Alice Cooper, Black Pumas, Bleachers, Coheed and Cambria, Korn, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Megadeth, Primus and The Doobie Brothers.
The Return to Live tickets go on sale beginning next Wednesday, July 28, at noon ET. For the full list of participating artists and venues, visit LiveNation.com.