“I have some projects coming up in 2014, I feel excited about them… There’s gonna be a new scene created in 2014.”
Decades after its release, ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ routinely pops up on “Best Albums Of All Time” charts. But if anyone ever puts together a “Most Deceptively Titled Albums Of All Time,” Nothing’s Shocking may top the list.
The now-in-progress Uproar Festival, which came to New Jersey’s PNC Bank Arts Center on Saturday (August 17) treads on Lollapalooza’s former turf.
HOUR 1 1 Twenty One Pilots – “House Of Gold” 2 Avenged Sevenfold – “Hail to the King” 3 Robert DeLong – “Happy” 4 Thirty Seconds To Mars – “City of Angels” 5 AFI – […]
HOUR 1 1 Jane’s Addiction – “Another Soulmate” (X-Effect Debut) 2 Twenty One Pilots – “House Of Gold” 3 FIDLAR – “Awkward” 4 Bastille – “Pompeii” 5 Limousines – Love Is A Dog From Hell” […]
If you are into a visceral brand of alt rock that parallel the intensity of Refused and Janes addiction. With a tenacity of Rage Against The Machine , then the Sacramento duo may just be your new music fix! MC Rut will be releasing the follow-up to chart topper ‘No Name No Color’ on June 25th with the new disc ‘Pick Up Your Head’.
The French DJ’s in C2C have been a huge catalyst for an emerging new music movement called “Turntablism”. If you’re not familiar, the dudes basically turned their turntables into instruments. Essentially, recreating drums, bass guitars or scratching a riff of a guitar.
Tom Morello Talks New Rage Against The Machine Box Set, And How Jane’s Addiction’s Perry Farrell Almost Sang on “Know Your Enemy”
Rage Against The Machine have had quite the storied career, and with the reissue of their legendary 1992 debut album, guitarist Tom Morello remembers what it was like before RATM became international superstars and rock icons.
‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Music Supervisor On Working With Jane’s Addiction And Being Turned Down By Springsteen
Out now is the “Song Of Anarchy: Volume 2.” Volume 2 contains a couple of new takes on classic songs recorded specifically for the show, including one that never made primetime but was too good to be relegated to the cutting room floor.
Would Jane’s Addiction be into covering a song for the series? Being a fan of the show as well as motorcycles, “It was pretty easy to say yes,” recalls frontman Perry Ferrell.