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Great Van Fleet Likes Zeppelin Comparisons

Greta Van Fleet singer Josh Kiszka was asked about comparisons between his band’s sound and that of Led Zeppelin in an interview with Internet radio station oWOW, answering, “We’ll take it.” But Josh’s brother, guitarist Jake Kiszka, said that the band’s main influences go back even further: “Blues is that glue that bonds us, you know. I’m a guitarist, so I have […]

Mike Shinoda Promises Linkin Park Announcements This Week

There has been a lot of speculation regarding the future of Linkin Park following the death last July of singer Chester Bennington, with the surviving band members saying little about it themselves. But co-vocalist Mike Shinoda posted his first Instagram message in more than two weeks on Saturday (September 16th), writing, “Good morning. I’m on […]

New Foos Album Released

Foo Fighters release their ninth studio album, Concrete And Gold, on Friday (September 15th). The follow-up to 2014’s Sonic Highways was a direct response to the way that record was made — instead of traveling the country and recording in different studios, documenting the whole thing along the way, the Foos hunkered down quietly in one place and made […]

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DISTURBED, ALICE IN CHAINS JOIN MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

Disturbed, Alice In Chains, Metallica and other acts have all agreed to participate in the launch of the “I’m Listening” campaign for mental health awareness and suicide prevention. The campaign includes a two-hour on-air special that will be broadcast live from Seattle on World Suicide Prevention Day this Sunday (September 10th) at 10:00 a.m. ET nationwide. The campaign […]

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