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  • Queen and Adam Lambert expand South American tour

    Queen and Adam Lambert have added two shows to their fall tour of South America. In addition to headlining the opening night of Rock in Rio on Spetember 18, the band will also perform in São Paulo (Ibirapuera Arena) on September 16 and Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sol (Gigantinho Arena) on September 21. “We’re Back ! Rockin’ in Brazil!,” says guitarist Brian May. “Can’t wait! See ya there,

  • Chris Cornell comments on Temple Of The Dog lawsuit

    Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has issued a statement regarding a legal dispute between A&M Records and a Seattle studio owner over ownership of the master tapes to the self-titled 1991 album by Temple Of The Dog. "The Temple Of The Dog recordings were made by members of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam to honor our friend, Andy Wood, who died much too soon,” says Cornell. “Temple Of The Dog

  • Roger Waters to reissue Amused To Death

    Roger Waters will reissue his 1991 album, “Amused To Death”, on July 24. The updated version of Waters third solo record will include a new 5.1 surround remix of the album on high-definition Blu-ray audio and a new remastered stereo mix completed by longtime Waters/Pink Floyd collaborator and co-producer James Guthrie. The cover and gatefold art has been updated for 2015 by Sean Evans, the

  • VIDEO: Nirvana play living room concert in Montage Of Heck preview

    A Nirvana concert in their living room for an audience of two people can be seen in the latest preview clip from the forthcoming documentary, “Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck.” "If we played together in the house for a couple of hours and if two people stopped by we considered that a gig," explains Cobain. "That was good enough, if we had an audience of two people; locals who hated our guts and


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