Metallica’s James Hetfield to Make Film Debut in Ted Bundy Movie
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James Hetfield will make his big-screen acting debut in the upcoming Ted Bundy film Extremely Wicked, Shocking Evil and Vile, starring Zac Efron as the infamous serial killer. 50 Most Anticipated Movies of 2018 From a solo Black Panther to a young Han Solo, Spielberg going retro to Barry Jenkins doing James Baldwin – the films we can’t wait to see this year The Metallica singer will portray Officer Bob Hayward, “a no-nonsense Utah highway patrol veteran who was the...

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Hear Tinashe’s New Electro-R&B Song With Future, ‘Faded Love’
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Tinashe teamed up with Future on her slinky new single, “Faded Love.” The two artists previously collaborated on “How Many Times,” a track from Tinashe’s debut LP, 2014’s Aquarius. On “Faded Love,” Tinashe sets the scene for a one-night stand. “Don’t give me your name,” she croons over producer Stargate’s muted bass and watery synths. “I don’t need your number saved in my phone/ Just follow me, follow me, follow me, follow me home.” Future appears...

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See Mike Patton, DJ QBert Stage First Collaborative Shows in San Francisco
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Faith No More‘s Mike Patton and master turntablist DJ QBert staged their first-ever collaboration this weekend in San Francisco, where the duo performed a pair of impromptu concerts at the city’s The Chapel venue. Beastie Boys keyboardist Money Mark also appeared during the gigs, which occurred on little notice after the venue’s residency with Bauhaus’ Peter Murphy was postponed due to that singer’s passport issues. “After having to reschedule the first few nights because of a delay in processing of...

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Watch Bat for Lashes Explore Supernatural Romance in New Short Film
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Bat for Lashes‘ Natasha Khan explores a surreal, supernatural romance in a new short film called Light Beings. The musician wrote and directed the project, teaming with the Haxan Cloak’s Bobby Krlic to create the atmospheric score. The three-minute film opens with a young woman (The Leftovers‘ Margaret Qualley) riding her bicycle to the beach. Above her, a man (Jamie Strachan) strips to his underwear and jumps from a rock into the water, transforming into a dark figure covered in white...

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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: Why Rock Stars Are Suddenly Retiring
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The rock world has never seen a rash of retirements like this. In the past few weeks, some of rock & roll’s most legendary performers have declared they’re giving up the endless highway. Elton John announced his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, the final curtain for the ultimate showman. Paul Simon set a date for his last gig in London’s Hyde Park. Neil Diamond, already well into his 50th-anniversary tour, immediately cancelled the rest of his shows on doctors’ orders,...

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Steve Miller Band, Peter Frampton Unite on U.S. Summer Tour
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Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton will unite for a North American summer tour. The lengthy trek, which follows their joint 2017 run, launches June 12th in Evansville, Indiana and concludes with back-to-back dates in Woodinville, Washington on August 25th and 26th. “Music is ethereal – it moves back and forth between the past and the future,” Miller said in a statement about the jaunt. “I’m very excited to announce that 2018 is our 50th anniversary of recording and touring together as...

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Ozzy Osbourne Reveals Most Surprising Thing He’s Seen on the Road
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After spending much of the last half-century on the road with Black Sabbath and as a solo artist, Ozzy Osbourne will embark on a final trek around the globe beginning this spring. He’s dubbed the jaunt the “No More Tours 2” tour – a silly callback to his 1992 retirement tour, which lasted all of three years – but this time he says it’s not meant to be goodbye for good. “I’m not retiring,” the singer told Rolling Stone last...

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Watch Marshmello, Lil Peep’s Mysterious ‘Spotlight’ Video
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EDM producer Marshmello salutes Lil Peep with the mysterious video for “Spotlight,” his collaborative track with the late rapper. The clip – set at a diner named “Crybaby,” one of Lil Peep’s tattoo’s – chronicles a motorcyclist’s breakup and her symbolic attempt for closure. After witnessing her ex on a date, she returns home, where the camera lingers on a series of items (a necklace, a knife, a sword, a shirt) that nod to her past relationship. “Relationships have a...

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Watch Iceage Return With Gripping ‘Catch It’ Video
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Danish rockers Iceage return from a four-year hiatus with new song “Catch It,” the group’s first material since the 2014 LP, Plowing Into the Field of Love. The moody, post-punk cut finds singer Elias Bender Rønnenfelt singing, “Time moves forward quickly / Moves in twenty-four-hour segments / Racing for the soul to grab chokehold” while imploring the listener to “catch it, catch it, catch it” “Catch It” was self-produced by Iceage and recorded all-analog at Göteborg,...

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Watch Mavis Staples Replace Confederate Statues in Poignant New Video
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Mavis Staples offers an alternative to statues commemorating the Confederacy in the poignant new video for “If All I Was Was Black,” the title track off her latest album with Jeff Tweedy. The Zac Manuel-directed clip marks the first video that Staples has personally appeared in in years, and finds the soul legend singing the breezy but potent cut in a diner booth. These shots are paired with striking images of empty statue plinths alongside a sequence in which a...

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Bruno Mars Reveals New ’24K Magic’ Tour North American Dates
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Bruno Mars extended his massive 24K Magic world tour with a final run of North American shows. The trek, which features his “Finesse” collaborator Cardi B, now wraps with a block of new dates spanning September 7th in Denver, Colorado to a four-night stand in Los Angeles on October 23rd, 24th, 26th and 27th. General public tickets for the new concerts go on sale Friday, February 16th at noon local time via the Live Nation website. Tickets for the previously...

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Judas Priest Guitarist Glenn Tipton Steps Back From Tour Due to Parkinson’s
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Judas Priest announced that its longtime guitarist, Glenn Tipton, is taking a step back from touring due to his battle with Parkinson’s disease. The heavy metal legends will embark on their Firepower Tour in March.  “Ten years ago Glenn was diagnosed to have the onset of the early stages of Parkinson’s,” the band said in a statement. “From then until recently Glenn has lived his life as the great heavy metal guitar player he has always been, maintaining by his own...

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