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Keith Richards has unleashed "Substantial Damage," a funk-inspired track from his upcoming solo LP, Crosseyed Heart.
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"Substantial Damage" is a groove monster, defined by Richards' brash guitar riffs and the propulsive drumming of co-writer/producer Steve Jordan. The track... ...read more
When Rolling Stone Country first encountered Maddie & Tae, they were a teenaged duo, so new to the spotlight that they hadn't quite worked out the elegant dance of taking turns responding to interviewers' questions. They'd only just released their clever, catchy inversion of a certain bro-country template, "Girl in... ...read more
Two weeks after Iron Maiden unleashed the arcade-inspired music video for their new single "Speed of Light," the long-running heavy metal act have now transformed that "homage" to video games into an 8-bit adventure. Speed of Light, playable now on Iron Maiden's official site, transports fans to a Donkey Kong-inspired world... ...read more
Lamb of God offset the Los Angeles sunshine with the darkness of "512" during Thursday's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, performing the brooding single on the show's outdoor stage. Led by Randy Blythe's dark bellow and the explosive soloing of guitarist Mark Morton, the metal veterans inspired a crowd mosh pit.
In... ...read more
"Ringling Road" — a twisted tale of circus freaks and vice from sharp-tongued country-rocker William Clark Green — comes to life word-for-word in its eerie, coulrophobic new video.
"We wanted to hit a couple of levels," Green says. "We wanted it creepy, but also just dark. The whole idea of... ...read more
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