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Prophets of Rage – the supergroup/"elite task force of revolutionary musicians" featuring members of Rage Against

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Just in case you've ever wondered whether it's actually possible to trace conspiracy theories back to their origins, here's one where you can. In March 2017, an eyebrow-raising headline started circulating the Internet: "Hundreds of Fans Claim They Saw Justin Bieber Turn Into a Giant Reptile."


This article originally appeared on Justin Bieber's Reptilian Roots: Music's Most WTF Conspiracy Theories, Explained

On June 21st, 1964 three young civil rights workers in Neshoba County, Mississippi were brutally murdered by the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan while they participated in the Freedom Summer voter registration initiative. Racially-motivated killings were nothing new in that part of the country during the Jim Crow era, but two of the victims were affluent, young, white males from the north.

This article originally appeared on New Documentary Blends Civil Rights Murders With Hunt for Blues Icons

Video has surfaced of an abandoned British mansion that was once owned by David Gilmour.

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Metric singer Emily Haines unveiled a haunting new video for "Legend of the Wild Horse," a song off Choir of the Mind, her first solo album with the Soft Skeleton in over a decade.

Continuing the story previously outlined in Haines' videos for "Planets," "Statuette," and "Fatal Gift," the singer stars as both a mother

This article originally appeared on Watch Emily Haines' Haunting 'Legend of the Wild Horse' Video

Elton John announced the final dates of "The Million Dollar Piano," his long-running Las Vegas residency. The climactic 14 shows will take place at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace

This article originally appeared on Elton John Plots Final Shows of Las Vegas Residency

Iron Maiden are getting the video-game treatment this Halloween season.

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Legendary psych-punk sons of anarchy the Butthole Surfers have begun work on their ninth studio LP, their first in more than 15 years.

"It has never been done. No one has put out a decent record 35 year[s years into their career]," vocalist Gibby Haynes tells Rolling Stone. "Well, except for Johnny Cash. But we're not Johnny Cash. It's gonna be a tough road to do a record that's

This article originally appeared on Butthole Surfers Detail First New Album Since 2001

As the multi-platinum sales Mötley Crüe racked up throughout the '80s can attest, they definitely weren't opposed to courting the mainstream.

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Sia has announced her new seasonal album Everyday Is Christmas, a collection of 10 original tracks the singer wrote alongside producer Greg Kurstin.

Everyday Is Christmas, the festive follow-up to Sia's 2016 album This Is Acting and

This article originally appeared on Sia Details All-Original Seasonal LP 'Everyday Is Christmas'

Going in, nobody knew if Bob Dylan himself would show. But nothing could knock this historic evening off track.

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In some parts of the world, the number 13 is considered lucky; in others, it's the exact opposite. Judas Priest's 13th album represented a little bit of both for the band's new singer, Tim "Ripper" Owens.

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Harold Pendleton, a longtime fixture in the British music industry whose long and illustrious career included founding the Reading Festival and London's Marquee Club, has died at the age of 93.

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Ed Sheeran's Divide tour is in jeopardy after the singer injured his arm in a bicycle accident Monday morning in London.

"I've had a bit of a bicycle accident and I'm currently waiting on some medical advice, which may affect some of my upcoming shows," the singer wrote on Instagram next to a photo of his

This article originally appeared on Ed Sheeran Injures Arm in Bicycle Accident, Divide Tour in Jeopardy

Two years since the release of their volcanic LP, Rose Mountain, DIY champions Screaming Females resurface to announce their seventh full-length album, All At Once. Set for release on February 23rd, the album is a madcap collection of punk experimentations,

This article originally appeared on Punk Veterans Screaming Females Preview New LP With 'Glass House' Video

Donald Fagen's solo debut established him as a more grounded, autobiographical writer away from Steely Dan.

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