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Them Crooked Vultures Confirm Release Date, Reveal Track Titles

Its official. The self-titled debut from Them Crooked Vultures, the rock and roll supergroup to end all rock and roll supergroups, featuring Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, and Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones, will be unleashed upon the world come Nov. 17. Additionally, they've released the track listing for the album.

'New Fang' will arrive at the nation's rock radio stations o

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Anthony Bozza Tells Us ‘Why AC/DC Matters’

Rolling Stone scribe turned biographer Anthony Bozza admits that when he first encountered AC/DC he was frightened.

"I remember the day I first saw their album cover and stuff," Bozza told Noisecreep. "My neighbor across the stree

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Alice Cooper Wonders Where His Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Invite Is

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has opened its doors to more hard rock acts in recent years, with Metallica just this year joining previous entrants like Black Sabbath, AC/DC, Van Halen and, of course, the mighty Led Zeppelin

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Them Crooked Vultures Album in November?

According to reports, the self-titled debut from Them Crooked Vultures, the heavily-buzzed-about rock and roll supergroup featuring Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, and Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones, will land in stores on Nov. 17.

While this release date has yet to be officially confirmed by the band or its label, Interscope Records, Them Croo

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Them Crooked Vultures Rock New York

It isn't every band that can pack out a space like New York's storied Roseland Ballroom, a once-palatial venue notorious for its so-so acoustics and the dude who sells pins downstairs. The fact that the club was bulging with rock fans Oct

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Guns N’ Roses Rock the Cradle on Baby Bedtime CD

Song titles like 'Sweet Child O' Mine' and 'Don't Cry,' have always had the makings of crib room lullabies, and what new parent hasn't grappled at naptime with the notion that "all you need is just a little patience?" So it kinda makes sense that the folks at Rockabye Baby! have decided to create an album of easy listening Guns N' Roses songs, which

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History of Grindcore Explored on Expansive Three-Disc Set

Between 1967 and 2004, the late, great BBC DJ John Peel invited over 2,000 artists into the station's studio to record three or four songs at a time, which he later aired on his radio program. These "Peel Sessions" helped develop the careers of countless bands, including Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, the Fall, the Wedding Present, the Smiths, Nirvana and the White Stripes.

With such high-caliber talent walking in and out the door, the program seemed like the last place that would have any

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‘Led Zeppelin: Shadows Taller Than Our Souls’ Offers Interactive Presentation of Rock Legends

"This book is not a biography of the band members; It is instead a biography of the songs they created," writes Charles R. Cross in the preface of his latest work, 'Led Zeppelin: Shadows Taller Than Our Souls.'

As a lifelong Zep fan and experienced journalist, Cross (who also

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Why Alice In Chains Didn’t Change Their Name

Replacing a band member after their death is an exceptionally difficult decision for all kinds of reasons. Led Zeppelin chose to disband when drummer John Bonham died, while AC/DC quickly recruited Brian Johnson after Bon Scott's passing. Inevitably, the guys in Alice in

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Living Color Eager To See Who Can Navigate ‘The Chair in the Doorway’

In the song 'Type,' from Living Colour's second album, 1990's 'Time's Up,' frontman Corey Glover sings about people's need to compartmentalize things in order to understand them: "Stereotype, monotype, blood type, are you my type?/Minimalism, abstract impressionism, post-modernism, is it?"

At the time, Living Colour were struggling to escape the funk-metal category they were being shoehorned into -- and battling with narrow-minded critics who couldn't understand how a band of African Americans could play aggressive rock music with strong political and social messages. Here we are, 19 ears later -- with the release of their first album in six years, 'The Chair

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