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img1-120814.jpg Slayer have officially announced their retirement and will embark on a farewell tour. News of the band's retirement comes via member Tom Araya who issued a formal statement thanking fans earlier this week.

VinnieVincent-081617.jpg Former KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent is finally opening up about the May 2011 night he was arrested on suspicion of aggravated domestic assault. Vincent's wife at the time accused him of smacking her in the face and dragging her through broken glass during an argument. "I never had a chance to defend myself," Vincent explained at a Q&A session at the Atlanta Kiss Expo.

adele-061416.jpg Adele attended this year's Women's March in Los Angeles alongside celebrities and activists alike. "The most influential people in my life have always been women," Adele posted on Instagram, alongside a photo of herself with Jennifer Lawrence and Cameron Diaz, among rally signs. "My family, my friends, my teachers, my colleagues, and my idols."

TheNational-022613.jpg The National have released a new politically-charged video for "Walk It Back," a song off the band's 2017 LP Sleep Well Beast. The new clip, directed by Casey Reas, manipulates CSPAN broadcasts of political events like Ronald Reagan's State of the Union address and speeches by Newt Gingrich, Bill Clinton, and Karl Rove.

dierksbentleyr-061316.jpg Dierks Bentley is hitting the road this year alongside Brothers Osborne and Lanco for the 2018 Mountain High Tour. Dates and venues have yet to be announced but over 40 cities have been revealed for the trek. "I can't wait to fire up the buses and get back out there," Bentley says in a press release. "I've been friends with TJ and John [Osborne] for a long time."

common-062716.jpg Common delivered a powerful message as part of the 2018 Women's March in Park City, Utah. He recited a portion of his song "The Day Women Took Over," which is from his 2016 album Black America Again. "The New World Order is fathers loving their daughters/ And baby's mamas supported and ladies gettin' courted / In court, kids can't be tried as adults . . ."

MarenMorris-100217.jpg Maren Morris has announced a new single, "The Middle," which features Zedd and Grey, an electronic music duo composed of Kyle and Michael Trewartha. Morris and Zedd have both teased the new cut on social media.

AlterBridge-080116.jpg Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy has released a new lyric video for "Haunted By Design," taken off of his upcoming solo album Year Of The Tiger.

Rihanna-061616.jpg Rihanna has been announced as a performer for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. Bryson Tiller and DJ Khaled will also perform. The trio will perform the single "Wild Thoughts."

JimRodford-012218.jpg Former Kinks and Zombies bassist Jim Rodford has passed away at the age of 76. He was also a founding member of Argent. Rodford's cousin and longtime bandmate Rod Argent confirmed Rodford's death on the Zombies' Facebook page, with Argent adding that Rodford died Saturday following "a fall on the stairs."

KeithUrban-110817.jpg Keith Urban has released a new track from his upcoming LP Graffiti U, "Parallel Line." The track follows another recently released single, "Female."

Drake-092017.jpg Drake has released a pair of new tracks, "God's Plan" and "Diplomatic Immunity," which make up his brand new EP Scary Hours. "God's Plan" was produced by Yung Exclusive, Boi-1da, Cardo, and Noah "40" Shebib. "God's plan / I can't do this on my own / Someone watching this shit close," Drake sings on the chorus.

tom-petty-070916.jpg The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner has ruled Tom Petty's official cause of death as accidental overdose. The coroner's office listed Petty's official cause of death as "multisystem organ failure due to resuscitated cardiopulmonary arrest due to mixed drug toxicity," noting the singer suffered from coronary artery atherosclerosis and emphysema.

Rihanna-061616.jpg Rihanna has reportedly listed her Hollywood home on the rental market. The Spanish-inspired "mini compound" features a 2,886 square foot main home with various outbuildings and is currently listed on the market at nearly $17,000 a month. The singer purchased the home in 2017 for just over $2 million.

Linkin-Park-071916.jpg Linkin Park bassist Dave "Phoenix" Farrell has accepted a new gig as the host of a podcast called "Member Guest." The show pairs Farrell with professional golfer Brendan Steele and producer/director Mark Fiore. The first guest on the show was M. Shadows from Avenged Sevenfold.

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