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Queens-of-the-Stone-070916.jpg Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme provided the score to the new film from German filmmaker Fatih Akin. The film, titled In The Fade, premiered this week at Cannes and tells the story of a woman who takes her revenge on a neo-Nazi group responsible for the murder of her son and husband.

kelsea-ballerini-080216.jpg Kelsea Ballerini has signed on to voice a character on a new Nickelodeon series. The new show will be titled Blaze and the Monster Machines, and finds Ballerini playing a friendly toucan named Tooks.

LindseyBuckingham-ChristineMcVie-042717.jpg Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie have offered up a new behind the scenes documentary of their new duo album. The new release is titled Buckingham/McVie and is set to drop on June 9.

CarlyRae-030713.jpg Carly Rae Jepsen has released her track "Cut to the Feeling," which will be featured on the soundtrack for the forthcoming animated film Leap!, out in August. "I wanna cut through the clouds, break the ceiling," she sings. "I wanna dance on the roof, you and me alone/ I wanna cut to the feeling, oh yeah."

MaryJBlige-062416.jpg Mary J. Blige has revealed her video for her latest single "Love Yourself." The track is pulled from her studio album, Strength of a Woman and includes an assist from A$AP Rocky in the video. The new single drops amidst a wave of chart success for Blige, as she recently peaked the Billboard R&B chart.

roy-orbison-101316.jpg A new posthumous release from music legend Roy Orbison is set for release later this year. The album will feature Roy's music arranged for the London Royal Philharmonic and will be titled Love So Beautiful: Roy Orbison With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

patgreen-062915.jpg Pat Green has released a new single, "Drinkin' Days." The new track was written by Jaron Boyer, Ben Burges, and Phil Barton and produced by his longtime drummer, Justin Pollard. "They hurt like a mother, but we sure did love 'em," Green sings in the chorus of "Drinkin' Days."

velvetunderground-082715.jpg Velvet Underground founder John Cale will mark the 50th anniversary of the band's 1967 debut The Velvet Underground & Nico with special shows this fall at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Rihanna-061616.jpg Rihanna offered praise and words of wisdom for the students of the Parsons School of Design, where she was being honored for her charitable works earlier this week.

slipknot-ipad-061016.jpg Corey Taylor made the crushing revelation that he was sexually assaulted as a child on the latest episode of Viceland's The Therapist. "I was raped by someone in the neighborhood," Taylor said. "Where we were living at the time—we moved around a lot so obviously I had to make friends quickly. There was really only one person to hang out with, to play with . . ."

ICECUBE-210915.jpeg Ice Cube has inked a fresh new record deal with Interscope. News of the new deal comes via the label, who released a statement noting that they're thrilled to bring the hip-hop legend back into their fold.

allmanbros-072516.jpg Allman Brothers Band founder Gregg Allman has passed away at the age of 69. No cause was immediately released. Allman had struggled with health problems over the last few years.

NickJonas-052617.jpg Nick Jonas has dropped his newest effort "Remember I Told You." The track serves as the latest single and his newest effort since releasing last year's Last Year Was Complicated and features his go-to writer Mike Posner ("I Took a Pill in Ibiza") and Anne-Marie (from Clean Bandit's "Rockabye").

alicecooper-061316.jpg Original Alice Cooper bass player Dennis Dunaway says he'd like to do more reunion shows with the band. His comments came after he, Cooper, guitarist Michael Bruce and drummer Neal Smith performed a five song set in Nashville last week. The set came at the end of Cooper's show with his current band.

SturgillSimpson-121216.jpg Sturgill Simpson has signed on as one of the opening acts on the upcoming run of Guns N' Roses tour dates. He will appear with the rock legends for three nights, appearing in Denver, on August 2 at Mile High Stadium; Little Rock on August 5 at AR War Memorial Stadium; and Miami, on August 8 at Marlins Stadium. The seemingly unusual pairing is actually par for the course for GNR.

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