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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.
Does the party vibe of Green Day's latest album warrant a second look following Billie Joe Armstrong's on-stage eruption and substance abuse revelations?
Billie Joe Armstrong bashes guitars and storms offstage. His ensuing trip to rehab is announced two days before the band's new album will be released.
Fans will finally hear 'Conventional Weapons,' the first batch of songs recorded after 'The Black Parade'
Metric guitarist Jimmy Shaw explains the themes behind the Canadian group's latest album.
An American writer alleges the UK group stole ideas from him on their last album. Muse calls lawsuit over their 'Exogenesis' concept "complete nonsense."
The British folk group captures a rousing live performance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado for the "I Will Wait" clip.
The Black Keys melt faces in a dive bar. Flyleaf plays in a house surrounded by old photos. Deadmau5 and My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way battle each other as giant robots!
Billie Joe Armstrong was rushed to the hospital over the weekend during the band's European tour, resulting in speculation and cancelled dates. Possibly in need of a positive distraction, the band posted the new video for "Kill The D.J." on Monday.
Green Day play for scantily-clad women. AWOLNATION karaoke. Coheed & Cambria's latest epic. The Joy Formidable explores life. Sleigh Bells ride bikes.
Ahead of its September 4 release, listen to 'Beacon' by Two Door Cinema Club in its entirety.
The RATM guitarist points out irony in Republican Vice Presidential hopeful Paul Ryan's love for the band's music in a 'Rolling Stone' op-ed.
Presidential candidate Mitt Romney blasts "Panic Switch" at GOP events, and Silversun Pickups don't like it.
Green Day give us another taste of 'Uno!' The Darkness cover Radiohead. Sebadoh post first new music in a decade.
Muse explore dubstep while educating fans about sustainability. Passion Pit and Japandroids, however, just like to party.
Adam "MCA" Yauch's will restricts the use of his music or image in ads. Also quick news on Blink 182, Falling In Reverse, and Queens of the Stone Age
Primus plan 3-D tour in the fall. No Use For A Name singer Tony Sly dead at 41. Mad Season may return. Jane's Addiction plan next new album. Killing Joke frontman missing. Sex Pistols exhaustive 'Never Mind The Bollocks' reissue, Bikini Kill video retrospective.
Muse provides details for their sixth album including tracklist and cover art. They also explain the meaning behind 'The 2nd Law' and incorporate a bit of dubstep.
fun. goes to war in "Some Nights." The Killers perform "Runaways" with some cool special effects. Jack White is on the lam in "Freedom at 21." And Florida's own Hot Water Music wants us to pay more attention to what's in our food in "State of Grace"