Noel Gallagher has just premiered his third new music video of the past few months, this one for his song "AKA--- What a Life." The difference between this one and the others? It features comedian Russell Brand in a starring role. You can watch the video in full below.
If Lulu isn't your cup of tea, a new, proper Metallica album may not be far off, at least according to Robert Trujillo. In a new interview, the bassist told GulfNews.com that Metallica "have been busy writing and recording."
With the current incarnation of Guns N' Roses on tour and the pending Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nod, a lot -- well, more than usual -- of speculation about the original lineup of GNR getting back together, at least for a performance at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
If you ever thought "The Trooper" would make a great bed-time song for your little tyke, we've got great news for you. The latest release from the folks at Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star features lullaby versions of 12 Iron Maiden songs, including "Hallowed Be Thy Name" and yes, "The Number Of The Beast."
Tesla lead singer Jeff Keith and guitarist Frank Hannon will be taking fan questions during a live webcast later today, October 26, from 6-7 pm. Fans can register in advance to see the chart at this location.
Just over a week after the release of their latest album, The Great Escape Artist, the boys in Jane's Addiction took the stage on Late Show With David Letterman to perform the opening track from the album, "Underground." You can check out footage from the performance below.
Primus took to the stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform two new tracks from their latest release, Green Naugahyde. You can check out videos of the band playing "Jilly's On Smack" and "Lee Van Cleef" below.