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New Yes Music

It’s been 7 years since we’ve heard a new song from them, and they’ve lost a band member along the way, but Yes is back with new music. The last time we heard from Yes was 2014’s Heaven & Earth, but the prog giants have returned with a track dedicated to climate change. Called “The Ice…

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Bach Plots Slave To the Grind 30th Anniversary Tour

Sebastian Bach isn’t going to miss the chance to celebrate heavy metal’s first number one album. Skid Row’s Slave To the Grind, released in 1991, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and Bach won’t let the occasion pass by unmarked. He’ll hit the road this fall, without the rest of the band, to commemorate the…

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Kevin Cronin Autobiography

If you’ve been longing to know the complete and unabridged history of REO Speedwagon, you may have your chance soon. Kevin Cronin, lead singer and guitarist of the band, says that a forthcoming autobiography will simultaneously detail his life and the life of the group. Tentatively titled Roll With The Changes: My Life Within And Without…

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New Song From Iron Maiden

A myriad of hidden clues and Easter Eggs from the band have lead us to this: a new song from Iron Maiden. The track, titled “The Writing On The Wall,” is now out with an official animated music video to accompany it. Along with the new song, the band has seemingly been teasing a new…

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Cinderella’s Jeff LaBar Passes

Guitarist Jeff LaBar of hair metal’s Cinderella has passed away at the age of 58. After original guitarist Michael Schermick was fired, LaBar took over on the axe, performing on all four of Cinderella’s studio albums. During his career he also released a solo effort – 2014’s “One For The Road” – and was in…

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Brian May’s Home Flooded

If you’ve ever had to endure the misery of a flood, you know the pain that Queen’s Brian May is going through right now. During flash floods in London this week, the first floor of May’s home was unexpectedly inundated with sewage and muck, creating a quagmire that will take quite a while to clean.…

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The Black Crowes’ New Film

The Black Crowes, getting ready to roll on their Shake Your Money Maker tour this summer, have whetted the appetites of fans with a new concert film chronicling their March 6, 2020 reunion show in San Francisco. Going by the moniker Brothers Of a Feather, the movie documents the final performance of their small venue acoustic…

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New Yes Album

Yes is back with their first new album in 8 years! The Quest was announced for release on Oct. 1 and will feature 11 new tracks on 2 CDs from the prog giants. And it wouldn’t be a proper Yes album without artwork from longtime collaborator Roger Dean. You can check out the track list for…

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Metallica’s Blacklist Tracks Released

To celebrate 30 years of the Black Album, Metallica will release a compilation album of covers that includes over 50 artists. Titled The Blacklist, the album won’t hit until September. However, tracks featured on the record are currently trickling out. In the past week we’ve heard “Nothing Else Matters” spotlighting the talents of Miley Cyrus, WATT,…

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Journey’s “The Way We Used To Be”

After a decade without new music from Journey, we finally have a single. Titled “The Way We Used To Be,” its the first we’ve heard from the band since 2011’s Eclipse. While there’s no accompanying album as of yet, they do say that one is forthcoming. Give the song a listen below: