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System-of-a-Down-110416.jpg System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian has released a pair of new film scores through Lakeshore Records, Intent To Destroy and Furious: The Legend Of Kolovrat. Intent To Destroy outlines the century old denial campaign of the Armenian Genocide by the Turkish government and brings it into the current age of disinformation and scare tactics.

Pink-081017.jpg Pink has released a new video for "Beautiful Trauma," which features actor Channing Tatum. The track appears on Pink's new album of the same name. The new clip, directed and choreographed by Nick Florez and RJ Durell, features Pink and Tatum seemingly living unhappily together with Tatum drinking and Pink popping pills, before she catches him trying her clothes on.

eaglesBestofmyLove-081016.jpg The Eagles have announced a new tour for next year that will see them hitting the road alongside Jimmy Buffett, James Taylor and Chris Stapleton on select dates. The band will perform at several stadiums during the tour, which kicks off in Chicago, Illinois on March 14. The Eagles will share the stage with Buffett for four shows, Taylor for two, and Stapleton for one.

AlterBridge-080116.jpg Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy has announced plans to release a 12-song solo album, Year Of The Tiger, in 2018. The album was produced by longtime Alter Bridge producer Michael "Elvis" Baskette. In a recent interview with Metal Wani, Kennedy described Year Of The Tiger as "probably the closest thing to a full-on concept record that I've ever written."

Mary-J-Blige-110817.jpg Mary J. Blige and Jay-Z are the leaders of the pack at January's NAACP Image Awards with five nominations each. Blige is nominated for songs and videos off her album Strength of a Woman, while Jay-Z was nominated for his 4:44 album and songs on it, as well as a nod for entertainer of the year.

garth-brooks-070916.jpg During his appearance on Ellen earlier this week, Garth Brooks defended his decision to lip-sync at the CMA Awards, admitting that he wanted to save his voice for fans on his upcoming tour.

flaming-lips-100716.jpg The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne has created a new holiday wrapping paper design in order to benefit the Wrap Up Homelessness initiative of The Curbside Chronicle, a local street paper that employs individuals hoping to escape homelessness, The Oklahoman reports.

BlackSabbath-061016.jpg Former Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward was forced to cancel a string of December shows with his new band Day of Errors due to heart problems. The canceled dates include shows in Eugene, Oregon, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and San Diego.

Kehlani-100417.jpg Kehlani will join DJ Khaled and Demi Lovato on their upcoming 20-date arena trek. The singer made the announcement following the American Music Awards. The new tour kicks off February 26 in San Diego and hits cities including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Toronto, Philadelphia, and Nashville, before wrapping in Tampa on March 31.

atribecalledquest-112117.jpg A Tribe Called Quest have teamed up with clothing brand Thread Shop on a new clothing line. "To commemorate the 47th birthday of Malik "Phife Dawg" Taylor, we are releasing the limited edition "PHIFE" hoodie from the "ATCQ" apparel line via our online store. Fans who purchase the "PHIFE" hoodie and our other latest items will be eligible to win an autographed hoodie . . ."

taylorswift-102717.jpg Taylor Swift's Reputation has come firing out of the gates with over 1.2 million copies sold in its first week, quickly becoming the year's highest selling album. This is the fourth time in Swift's career that she has crossed the million sales mark during the first week of an album release.

davidcassidy-022117.jpg Former teen idol and Partridge Family star David Cassidy passed away Tuesday at the age of 67. His death was confirmed by representative Jo-Ann Geffen. Cassidy was admitted to a Florida hospital earlier this week. He was reported to be in critical condition, suffering from liver and kidney failure.

MirandaLambert-11317.jpg Miranda Lambert is featured on a new duet with Green Day called "Ordinary World," which appears on the band's new album Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band. "Where can I find the city of shining light / In an ordinary world? / How can I leave a buried treasure behind / In an ordinary world?" Billie Joe Armstrong sings during the song's first verse.

BillyJoel-102417.jpg Billy Joel will appear on the Thanksgiving episode of The CW's Arrow, where he becomes the target of a terrorist attack. In the new episode, Cayden James (played by Michael Emerson) threatens to blow up a concert venue, according to executive producer Marc Guggenheim. "For the Thanksgiving episode of Arrow, we wanted Cayden James to threaten a major event."

GreenDay-111717.jpg Green Day has released a new duet with Miranda Lambert, "Ordinary World," which appears on the band's new album Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band. "Where can I find the city of shining light / In an ordinary world? / How can I leave a buried treasure behind / In an ordinary world?" Billie Joe Armstrong sings during the song's first verse before Lambert comes in.

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