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On Friday night (April 19) — the same day of the release of their latest album, Searching For Solace — the Ghost Inside’s Jonathan Vigil and Zach Johnson joined Loudwire Nights to discuss how the band’s 2015 tour bus accident continues to shape their perspectives. “We don’t let it hang over our heads,” Vigil said about
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Onboard the Summer of ’99 festival cruise, the Creed have performed their second reunion show, changing up the setlist a bit from their April 18 kickoff. The first performance found the band hitting the stage in the late afternoon sun, right as the cruise ship set sail for the Bahamas. It was a remarkable return
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Taylor Swift‘s new album ‘The Tortured Poets Department‘ has been streamed more than 300million times in one day on Spotify. The streaming platform announced the popstar had broken a new record for most-streamed album in a day. Previously, the record was held by her re-recorded version of ‘1989’. Taking to social media, Spotify announced: “History
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Phil Mogg says UFO is officially done. “I think it’s come to a conclusion,” the frontman admitted during a conversation with UCR’s Matt Wardlaw. “We did that last U.K. tour in 2019, just before COVID. So that was kind of the end of it and the time was right.” UFO had planned to sign-off in
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Leeds club Wire has announced that it is to permanently close its doors in June. The long-running venue, which includes a 300-capacity live music space in the basement, is just the latest casualty of a grassroots live music industry that is under increasing pressure. Confirming the news on Instagram, Wire wrote: “It is with great
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Morgan Wallen has issued an apology for throwing a chair off the sixth storey of a rooftop bar in Nashville. Earlier this month, Wallen was arrested for the alleged incident. According to Fox News, he was charged with three counts of reckless endangerment and one count of disorderly conduct. Per an arrest report, some police officers
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A metal fan is making a case that Metallica songs without distortion are just a bunch of surf rock music. Is Metallica Surf Rock? Before you completely dismiss this idea, let us remind you Metallica is a California-based outfit. Bassist Robert Trujillo is even a big surfer known for hitting the Pacific Ocean waves when
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In support of their new album Invincible Shield, Judas Priest kicked off their North American tour last night (April 18) in Wallingford, Ct. with special guest Sabaton. The Metal Gods took the stage at the Oakdale Theatre and ripped through an 18-song set that heavily focused on the new record, British Steel and Screaming for Vengeance. Honoring a
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IDLES have revealed which song in their back catalogue is the one they now feel is like “a bad haircut”, explaining why they never play it live. The Bristol band, who released their fifth studio album ‘Tangk’ earlier this year, disclosed the information in a new interview with the Independent, as part of a moment of
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