Watch L7’s New Video for ‘Burn Baby,’ Off Their First Album in 20 Years (Coming in May)

Watch L7’s New Video for ‘Burn Baby,’ Off Their First Album in 20 Years (Coming in May)

On Thursday, grunge icons L7 announced a new album. Scatter the Rats, which will be released via Joan Jett’s Blackhearts Records, will be the band’s first proper album since 1999’s Slap-Happy, so this news comes with a bit of anticipation. It comes four years after the band announced some reunion shows and activity, which ended […]

Morrison Hotel Gallery’s ‘Grunge: Rise of a Generation’ Photo Exhibit Running Throughout March in LA, NYC and Maui

Morrison Hotel Gallery’s ‘Grunge: Rise of a Generation’ Photo Exhibit Running Throughout March in LA, NYC and Maui

The “grunge” musical movement of the late 1980s and early to mid 1990s lent itself to some incredibly vibrant and eventually iconic imagery, and throughout the month of March the Morrison Hotel Gallery will celebrate that era of rock and roll with a special photo exhibit. The unveiling of Grunge: Rise of a Generation was […]

The Career Spanning ‘Chris Cornell’ Compilation is a Thorough Celebration of the Late Singer’s Incredible Depth (Listen)

The Career Spanning ‘Chris Cornell’ Compilation is a Thorough Celebration of the Late Singer’s Incredible Depth (Listen)

In September, it was announced that a massive self-titled box set was in the works paying tribute to the late Chris Cornell, who passed away in May 2017. Today, that set is out, and it’s just about as reverent a musical tribute to Cornell could possibly be. A mercurial but endlessly gifted songwriter and vocalist, […]

Celebrating 27 Years of ‘Nevermind’ with the Best & Worst Nirvana Covers

Celebrating 27 Years of ‘Nevermind’ with the Best & Worst Nirvana Covers

27 years ago today, Nirvana‘s landmark grunge album Nevermind was released. It’s somewhat interesting to point out that its challenging predecessor, 1993’s In Utero (which just celebrated its own 25th anniversary), was released almost two years to the day after Nevermind set the rock world on its ear. Clearly, rock music fans are holding this twenty-plus-since-Nevermind […]

Stream Alice in Chains’ New Album ‘Rainier Fog,’ Their First Since 2013 (New Music Friday)

Stream Alice in Chains’ New Album ‘Rainier Fog,’ Their First Since 2013 (New Music Friday)

Seattle grunge/rock veterans Alice in Chains returned with a roar today, as their new studio album, Rainier Fog, was released (pick up a copy by clicking here). This is the band’s sixth full-length overall, the first since 2013’s The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, and the fourth with guitarist/vocalist William DuVall trading lead vocal duties with […]

Hear Alice in Chains’ Thunderous New Song ‘So Far Under,’ from New Album ‘Rainier Fog’

Hear Alice in Chains’ Thunderous New Song ‘So Far Under,’ from New Album ‘Rainier Fog’

On August 24, rock/grunge veterans Alice in Chains will return with a new studio album titled Rainier Fog. The band previewed it with a song called “The One You Know” recently, and now they’ve followed it up with a second single. Below, listen to the crunchy “So Far Under”: Said vocalist/bassist William DuVall of Rainier […]

New Music Friday: Stream Stone Temple Pilots’ Self-Titled Album, the First with New Singer Jeff Gutt

New Music Friday: Stream Stone Temple Pilots’ Self-Titled Album, the First with New Singer Jeff Gutt

Listening to the new self-titled Stone Temple Pilots album, it’s impressive just how effective new vocalist Jeff Gutt is. Gutt, the third singer in STP history after longtime vocalist/lyricist Scott Weiland and Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, fits in exceedingly well with holdovers Robert DeLeo, Dean DeLeo and Eric Kretz. The album was released on Friday and […]

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