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Mumford & Sons, fun., The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach are nominated six times each along with Jay-Z, Frank Ocean, and Kanye West at the 2013 ceremony.
The Foo Fighters' mainman makes his filmmaking debut with 'Sound City' at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival
The band will wrap it's 10th anniversary 'Sticks and Stones' tour and release a Christmas EP (on cassette!) before taking most of 2013 off.
A Michigan art teacher was punished for using the Seattle rapper's anti-homophobia tune "Same Love" in a class.
They'll likely hit the studio in February to record the next Blink full-length
Grohl returns behind the kit as he and QOTSA mainman Josh Homme attempt to reprise the greatness of 'Songs For The Deaf'
The most riveting footage of a blind man running around like crazy you'll ever see. BONUS: Idris Elba (Stringer Bell from 'The Wire') is the blind man.
The indie-pop quartet takes home the prestigious honor for best album by a U.K. or Irish group.
Watch the trailer for the UK folk group's documentary about their 2012 'Gentlemen of the Road' U.S. festival tour.
Shows through early 2013 are scrapped, but Green Day will release 'Tre' a month ahead of schedule as consolation.
Follow fun. around Manhattan as they flim a clip for the latest single off their album 'Some Nights.'
Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney battle the Wu-Tang Clan member over a fortune cookie in this awesome new video.
It's a good week for new indie rock. Indie rock with loud, distorted guitars. No beeps or boops here.
Here's an answer to a question no one asked - what ever happened to The Vines?
Green Day's longtime producer Rob Cavallo says Billie Joe Armstrong's rehab "is no joke."
Plus new music from Trent Reznor's How To Destroy Angels and Green Day.
Morrissey's publicist follows up on the singer's claim that the Coachella festival offered to only serve a vegetarian menu to coax Moz and Johnny Marr to perform as The Smiths.
Dave Grohl answers speculation about the band's future with a thoughtful Facebook message.
Alice In Chains' 'Dirt' and Stone Temple Pilots' debut album 'Core' were both released on September 29, 1992.
Mumford & Sons forecasted to sell 600,000 copies of 'Babel,' easily besting new albums by Green Day and No Doubt. It's also the strongest sales debut of 2012.