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Stone Temple Pilots have released "Roll Me Under," their latest track with new singer Jeff Gutt. The crunchy, hard-hitting song will appear on the band's upcoming LP, Stone Temple Pilots, out March 16th.
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Michael Nesmith couldn't believe what he was seeing when he walked onstage at the San Bernardino, California, club Pappy & Harriet's Palace earlier this month. It was his first gig with his early-Seventies country-rock group the First National Band since they split 46 years ago amid raging public disinterest, yet here was a capacity crowd euphorically singing along to songs drawn from a
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The halftime show for Super Bowl XXVI, in 1992, was legendarily awful – and not just because of the grotesque, striped sweater Olympic figure skater Brian Boitano wore while declaring, with Dorothy Hamill at his side, "It's winter magic!" Kids in MC Hammer pants rapped about Frosty the Snowman; a dude on stilts was inexplicably given seven of television's most valuable seconds to wave to the
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Megadeth's skull-faced mascot Vic Rattlehead, katana sword in hand, combs a cemetery in search of a captive boy in the band's new video for "Lying in State," an especially bleak cut off their 2016 album Dystopia. The
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After the 2018 Grammy Awards, Lorde took out a full-page advertisement
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"You're gettin' all kinds of stuff out of me," says DJ Khaled backstage at the Grammy Awards. He's bluffing. The boisterous hip-hop producer hasn't given away all that much about his imminent new album, the follow up to
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