Stone Sour has released a music video for "Song #3," a cut from the band's upcoming release Hydrograd. In the video, directed by Ryan Valdez, the group undergoes several costume changes for a fictional video shoot.
Fronter Corey Taylor eventually gets fed up with all the nonsense, and the band strips down to their natural element.
Lana Del Rey and the Weeknd share a special dance duet on the legendary Hollywood sign in the new video for their track "Lust For Life." The track will be featured on Del Rey's upcoming fifth studio release and finds the pair getting cozy under the L.A. skies. "He's kind of the reason I was ever on the radio like six years ago," she said.
Faith No More singer Mike Patton has signed on for a tour with the band Dead Cross. That band features members of Slayer and the Misfits. Speaking about the band, drummer Dave Lombardo noted that they plan to push the boundaries of heavy music. "Everything about DEAD CROSS screams aggression," said Lombardo.
Todd Rundgren has released a new video for his track "Chance For Us." The track appears on Rundgren's new release White Knight and was co-written by the legend along with fellow rock icon Daryl Hall. Rundgren opened up about the track with Billboard noting: "Daryl was always on the list (of collaborators) and early he said, 'Sure, if you've got something . . .'"
Lady Antebellum has offered up their new track "Somebody Else's Heart." The track serves as the third single from their current release Heart Break and finds the group digging into the agony of a breakup. Hillary Scott and Charles Kelley sing: "I wish I could feel the fallin' / But someone else could hit the ground / I wanna feel the buzz of getting closer . . ."
John Legend has offered up his new video for the track "Surefire." The video was directed by Cole Wiley, and it follows the story of a young interracial couple, Roberto and Jamila. Throughout the video, the pair fights a string of injustices that puts their love in jeopardy.
Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany Kerr Aldean are expecting a baby boy. The couple made the announcement earlier this week via Instagram. In the video, the pair pop two balloons containing blue confetti to reveal the gender of their unborn child.
Roger Waters revealed a slew of new anti-Trump media during a performance of "Pigs" in an open rehearsal for his upcoming tour. The performance took place at the Izod Center in New Jersey and the images featured the President as a cross-dresser, a Klansman and of course a swine.
Beyoncé and Jay Z celebrated the upcoming addition of twins with an African-themed baby shower over the weekend. The event took place at a private residence in Beverly Hills and featured the pair decked out in traditional African-style garb.
Aerosmith paid tribute to Chris Cornell during a recent show in the country of Georgia. The band dedicated a rendition of their classic hit "Dream On" to the late Soundgarden frontman, who took his own life at the age of 52 last week.
Linkin Park fronter Chester Bennington stands behind his words to fans who criticized the band's latest album One More Light. The poppy nature of the record had some fans accusing LP of selling out - an accusation which prompted Bennington to reply "move the f*ck on."
Rascal Flatts have confirmed plans to head back to Las Vegas for their third residency. The new run will be dubbed Rascal Flatts — A Night to Shine and is set to take place on October 6, 7, 11, 13, 14, 18, 20 and 21. All shows will take place at 8 PM at the Venetian's Venetian Theatre.
Rihanna has reportedly signed on to appear in a new Netflix original film alongside Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o. The project is in the works from Selma director Ava DuVernay and the online network nabbed rights to the project during what was reportedly a heated negotiation at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Explosions have been reported at the site of an Ariana Grande concert in the U.K., reportedly leading to multiple fatalities. Initial reports of the event were sketchy. But explosions were reported shortly after the end of Grande's concert at the Manchester Arena, according to the Daily Mail and other media outlets.
Cher accepted the Billboard Icon Award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, telling the audience that "I've wanted to do what I do since I was four years old. And I've been doing it for 53 years." Cher was introduced and handed the award by Gwen Stefani. She also recalled some advice that her mother gave her at a young age.