ROCK

Newly Discovered Deep-Sea Creature Named After Metallica

The most metal creature in the ocean. Metallica now has a new crustacean named after them, thanks to the doctor that discovered it. It is his way of giving back to the band he loves.
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Billy Idol Asks You to Not Let Your Car Idle

Billy Idol helped launch New York City anti-idling environmental campaign. It’s being spearheaded by the Big Apple’s mayor, Bill de Blasio, who is encouraging people to not leave their vehicles idling.
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The Robinson Brothers on Why the Time Was Right to Reunite the Black Crowes

Hear why the time was right for a Black Crowes reunion and a new perspective on their hiatus. The Robinson brothers talk about their time apart and why going their own ways ultimately helped them in the long run.
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Kirk Hammett, Steven Tyler and More Honor Fleetwood Mac Co-Founder

Fleetwood Mac drummer Mick Fleetwood organized an all-tribute concert to band co-founder Peter Green. The singer-songwriter guitarist wrote and performed on Fleetwood Mac’s first three studio albums, all released in the 1960s.
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Ozzy Osbourne Already Starting Work on Another Album

Fresh off of his first album in almost 10 years, Ozzy Osbourne has revealed that he’s already working on another album. With his tour postponed, it’s what is most important to the Prince of Darkness.
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Courtney Love Pays Tribute to Kurt Cobain on 28th Anniversary of Wedding

The two became an alt rock power couple on February 24, 1992. The small ceremony took place just five months after Nirvana released their breakthrough album, “Nevermind,” and Hole released their debut album, “Pretty on the Inside.”
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Judas Priest Announces 50th Anniversary Tour

The metal legends are celebrating five decades with their 50 Heavy Metal Years tour. It begins September 9th in Oxon Hill, MD and runs through October 17th in Las Vegas.
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James Hetfield of Metallica Sends Message to Fans: 'My Mental Health Comes First'

After being forced to cancel two upcoming festival appearances for “recovery events” for Metallica frontman James Hetfield, the singer has written a note to fans stressing the importance of prioritizing his mental health.
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Tool Reveals More Tour Dates for 2020

Fresh off a win at the GRAMMY Awards, Tool are continuing their tour in support of their ‘Fear Inoculum’ album. The band has announced a new string of dates for the spring of 2020.
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AC/DC, U2, Queen and 5 More Rock Albums Turning 40 in 2020

As the ‘70s gave way to the ‘80s, Ozzy Osbourne and Joan Jett released their solo debuts, while U2 and The Pretenders arrived on the scene.
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