Lamb of God will celebrate their 20th anniversary by reviving their original moniker, Burn the Priest, for a new covers album titled Legion: XX.
The Richmond, Virginia heavy metal band – which released one self-titled album as Burn the Priest in 1999 before renaming themselves Lamb of God for
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Russell Simmons is facing a new $10 million lawsuit that accuses the former Def Jam mogul of rape and severe emotional distress.
The lawsuit, filed by a Jane Doe plaintiff at the Los Angeles County Superior Court on Friday, alleges that Simmons lured the unnamed woman to his hotel room where he raped
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Taylor Swift is supporting the March For Our Lives campaign, a series of marches organized by the survivors of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. The Reputation singer made a post on Instagram noting that
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Thirty Seconds to Mars recruited A$AP Rocky for their new electro-rock single, "One Track Mind."
The new song highlights the alt-rock band's upcoming fifth studio album, America, out April 6th via
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Chvrches delivered an intimate rendition of Beyoncé's "XO" at New York's Power Station studio, a performance the Scottish trio's singer Lauren Mayberry called "an homage" to the Beyoncé single.
Mayberry is accompanied by
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Shawn Mendes explores a R&B sound with his latest song "Lost in Japan." The track is his second new release this week for an as-yet-untitled third album.
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Post Malone cruises in a tank through a post-apocalyptic desert in his bizarre "Psycho" video with Ty Dolla $ign.
The clip opens with the rappers lounging in their military vehicle as it barrels through a barren wasteland. Elsewhere, Post Malone brandishes a flamethrower against a rabid, wolf-like creature and chases after an orphaned child. In various night scenes, he and Ty Dolla $ign
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