On April 15, 2013, two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 260. On Tuesday, the city of Boston commemorated the event with a brief ceremony on Boylston Street.
The names of several harder-edged bands have surfaced over the years as having music being used by the CIA to break down terror suspects, but it was a little bit surprising last week when a new report revealed that Red Hot Chili Peppers music was used on loop as a tactic by the CIA.
Size matters. That's definitely the case with seven-foot-five-inch Tacko 'Taco' Fall. Fall, originally from Senegal, is believed to be the tallest high school athlete in America, playing basketball at Florida's Liberty Christian Prep.
As many rock fans will tell you, the induction of KISS into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was a long time coming. So it was fitting that a long time fan -- Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello -- had the honor of inducting KISS into the Rock Hall during tonight's ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
A new report from Al Jazeera suggests that the CIA once used Chili Peppers to torture prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, and we're not talking the spicy tongue-burning kind. The report states that a U.S. official confirmed that Red Hot Chili Peppers music was used to break prisoners.
Three Days Grace are taking the next step in their music career with new frontman Matt Walst at the helm. The group recently unveiled their first new song with Walst, 'Painkiller,' and now they've teamed with Loudwire to exclusively premiere the lyric video for the song.
Hey Art of Dying fans, if you’ve patiently been waiting for a new album from the Canadian rockers, the good news is, it’s in the works. The bad news is, you'll have to wait a little longer for a confirmed release date.
These are the best of times for Volbeat, as the band is riding a serious hot streak. Part of that success is due to their 'Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies' disc, and there's no doubt that album title evokes images of the American west.
So PBS, the company that airs Sesame Street among other programs, recently aired a performance by Nine Inch Nails on its program, Austin City Limits. The show was a great 50+ minute set that covered songs from the early
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