Dave Grohl has signed on for the 4th annual Acoustic-4-A-Cure show. The show is set to take place at the Fillmore in San Francisco on May 15. The annual event was founded by Sammy Hagar and Metallica's James Hetfield. Proceeds from the benefit show will go to the Pediatric Cancer Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.
Queens Of The Stone Age has reportedly finished their upcoming album, according to NME. The news of the new album was revealed during Dean Delray's latest podcast episode of "Let There Be Talk." During the interview Delray asks former QOTSA collaborator Mark Lanegan about the band's forthcoming album.
Aerosmith has postponed their 2017 American fall tour in order to start recording their next album, according to Ultimate Classic Rock. Guitarist Joe Perry made the announcement of the plans to halt the band's Aero-Vederci Baby! tour, which was rumored to be Aerosmith's last, in a new interview with AZ Central.
Black Stone Cherry have released their new video for "Cheaper to Drink Alone." The track is pulled from the band's latest effort Kentucky and was filmed live on February 21 at the Spillway Bar And Grill in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has once again torn into President Donald Trump. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone Armstrong likens Trump to Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter series, but says he takes hope in the fact good eventually wins in the books.
Evanescence front woman Amy Lee has released her new video for her solo track "Speak to Me." In the video, Lee plays the piano and wanders the grounds of a gothic style Italian castle.
The track will serve as the title theme from the upcoming suspense/drama Voice From The Stone starring Emelia Clarke. Lee shared news of the track with fans and says she's thrilled to
Black Veil Brides will release a new album later this year according to frontman Andy Biersack.
In a series of tweets, Biersack revealed that the band is currently finalizing the mixes for the record and that it should be released in the fall.
Former R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe is working on a new series of books about his life. The first book in the series will be a photo-based book, Stipe has revealed. "It's the first in a series of books I'm releasing," Stipe told the Creative Independent. "This one focuses on my timeline, on the work I've done all along, all through the band and back to my early 20s."
Papa Roach have confirmed a May release date for their new album Crooked Teeth. The new album will drop on May 19 via Eleven Seven Music and was produced by the team of Nicholas "RAS" Furlong and Colin Brittain.
Eric Clapton has been hit with a bout of 'severe bronchitis,' which forced him to postpone a pair of concerts in California over the weekend. The guitar legend was scheduled to perform two shows at the Forum in Inglewood, California.
Pearl Jam's Mike McCready has revealed plans for a new photo book. The book will contain 240 pages worth of Polaroids snapped by McCready throughout his career in the band. It will be titled Of Potato Heads And Polaroids: My Life Inside And Out Of Pearl Jam and is set for release in May.
My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way will take part in this this year's Record Store Day by releasing some new music.
Way has announced plans to release Into The Cave We Wander 12" picture disc, which includes the tracks "Pogi's Cavern" and the title track.
Tool have added five more dates to their upcoming run of North American tour dates. The run will now include stops in St. Paul, Minnesota and Canadian gigs in Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. The run is set to kick off at EagleBank Arena in Fairfax, Virginia on May 24 and will run through June 8 when they'll wrap at AllState Arena in Rosemont, Illinois.
Police guitarist Andy Summers has opened up about his new solo release. The new album dropped earlier this week and is titled Triboluminescence. It comes along with a preview of his new documentary Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police.
Seether has offered up their new single "Stoke the Fire." The track is pulled from their forthcoming new release Poison the Parish and follows the album's lead single titled "Let You Down." That track debuted via Vevo last month.