10 Years Ago: Audioslave Depart With ‘Revelations’
In 2006, rock supergroup dropped 'Revelations,' their acclaimed third album, before disbanding in 2007.
20 Years Ago: Foo Fighters Conquer the Post-Grunge World With ‘The Colour and the Shape’
Foo Fighters' 1997 sophomore album is their first as an official band, but it also turned Dave Grohl into a household name anywhere FM radio reached.
Listen to the Stone Roses’ New Song ‘All For One,’ Their First New Music Since 1994
The song is believed to come from the "glorious" new album frontman Ian Brown said the Madchester legends are set to release this summer.
Red Hot Chili Peppers Will Debut Their New Single ‘Dark Necessities’ This Week
'Dark Necessities' will be the first music the Chili Peppers share from their upcoming, Danger Mouse-produced eleventh album.
Listen to the Song Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo Wrote for the Upcoming Monkees Album
'Good Times!' also features songs written by Noel Gallagher, Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie, Andy Partridge of XTC and more.
Weezer’s 20th Anniversary Vinyl Edition of ‘Pinkerton’ Comes With a Sake Cocktail Recipe
The band's dark 1996 masterpiece will be reissued on translucent blue vinyl and comes with some Weezer-esque surprises.
Portishead Resurface With an ABBA Cover, Their First New Music in Six Years
The U.K. trip-hop trio reimagine ABBA's 1975 disco hit as a gloomy dirge for the soundtrack to the upcoming sci-fi thriller 'High-Rise.'
19 Essential Prince Covers That Rock Like It’s 1999
From covers by Foo Fighters and Tori Amos to Muse and Chvrches, the influence of the Purple One clearly reaches far beyond pop and R&B.
Digable Planets Realign for Summer Reunion Tour
Influential '90s hip-hop trio Digable Planets have announced they'll play nine dates between May and August.
St. Vincent Will Make Her Directorial Debut With All-Female Horror Anthology ‘XX’
The multifaceted Annie Clark will bring her love of gore to the big screen in the upcoming female-centric horror anthology in the vein of 'V/H/S.'
Album Review: Weezer, ‘The White Album’
Weezer's tenth album is like a 'Star Wars' sequel: You hope it reminds you of the early stuff and avoids the trappings of the iffy follow-ups. But does it?
18 Years Ago: Scott Weiland Goes Solo With the Weird and Brilliant ’12 Bar Blues’
During a break from Stone Temple Pilots in 1998, the late Scott Weiland unveiled a carnivalesque solo debut that marked his creative peak.