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In this installment of Riffer Madness Dime covers psychotic syncopation!
Jeff Beck and Billy Gibbons discuss the relationship between guitars, cars and more.
Freddie Mercury and Brian May deliver a moving performance at Wembley in 1986.
Sir Paul McCartney had a busy day yesterday. Besides performing a show live from Capitol Studios in Los Angeles -- a show that was live-streamed for free via iTunes last night -- the former Beatle got his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Mars Volta are set to release their new album, Noctourniquet, on March 27, and have just released a clip of a track from the album called "The Malkin Jewel." Check it out below.
Ohio-based metal band The Devil Wears Prada just premiered a new video for the title track off their most recent album, Death Throne. Watch below.
Alt rockers Bush have just release a new music video for their song "Baby Come Home." Check it out below.
Bruce Springsteen has just premiered a new music video for "We Take Care of Our Own," off his upcoming new album, Wrecking Ball. Watch below.
A new Meshuggah song has apparently "leaked" online and is available for streaming below.
A new commercial for Van Halen's new album, A Different Kind of Truth, has been airing all this week, and you can watch it below.
This was a relatively quiet week for new music -- well, unless you count new albums from Van Halen and Paul McCartney.
Yesterday, Megadeth played an acoustic set at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan for a handful of fans selected by local radio station, WRIF 101.1 FM.
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