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Big Sean and producer Metro Boomin tore through two songs from their new

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Big Sean, Metro Boomin's Raucous 'Double or Nothing' on 'Fallon'

Former Police drummer Stewart Copeland just released the debut LP by his funky new art-rock band Gizmodrome, which features King Crimson's Adrian Belew on guitar. Here he chooses his favorite songs about indulgence and abandon, and tells us what he loves about each.

"There's very few rock & roll bands," Malcolm Young explained to a Dutch TV interviewer around the time of AC/DC's 2000 album Stiff Upper Lip. "There's rock bands, there's sort of metal bands, there's whatever, but there's no rock

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Remembering AC/DC's Malcolm Young, Band's Unassuming Mastermind

The Bit Awards, an annual award show celebrating video game developers, recently announced its 2017 nominees. Check out below for the full list. 

The award show will take place on December 15th at the The John L. Tishman Auditorium at Parsons, the New School of Design in New York City. Nominees – which include both games and developers – are chosen based on their

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: The Bit Awards 2017 Nominees Have Been Announced, Check Them Out Here

The Roy Moore saga gets worse every day. The allegations piling up against the Alabama Republican now include Moore, then the local DA, being banned from an area mall and 

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: How Accused Child Abuser Roy Moore Could Be Kept Out of the Senate

The old Taylor may not be able to come to the phone right now, but that doesn't mean you won't hear new music from Swift on country radio. In fact, a new track from her recently released sixth album Reputation, "New Year's Day," was just serviced to country radio by Swift's

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Taylor Swift's 'New Year's Day' Serviced to Country Radio

Nintendo game systems made up two-third of all video game hardware sold in the United States in October, the company announced today citing sales-tracking group NPD.

The Nintendo Switch was the top console in October in the U.S., according to those figures. The number two console was the retro, all-in-one system the Super NES Classic Edition. Along with sales for the Nintendo 3DS

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Nintendo Accounted for Two-Third of All Consoles Sold in October in U.S.

For all the discussion surrounding Keith Urban's "Female" – whether it does too much, says too little, uses the wrong pronouns – one thing it has done is help keep afloat the conversation about the never-ending gender imbalance in country music.

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See the Song Suffragettes' All-Women Cover of Keith Urban's 'Female'

In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Papa John's apologized for making "divisive" comments, saying they believe in the right to protest inequality and support the "players' movement to create a new platform for change." The pizza chain also gave neo-Nazis the middle finger in their apology after white

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Papa John's Apologizes for Blaming NFL Player Protests on Declining Sales

It takes more than 4,500 hours to unlock every base-game piece of content in Star Wars Battlefront II, a user at fansite Star Wars Gaming recently calculated. For players light on time, you can purchase all the content for

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Unlocking All Current Content in 'Star Wars Battlefront II' Takes 4,528 Hours or $2,100

Metallica talk about their 1986 classic Master of Puppets and the album's new reissue in the latest episode of drummer Lars Ulrich's It's Electric Beats One radio show.

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This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Metallica Talk 'Master of Puppets' for Lars Ulrich's Beats 1 Show

Twitter announced Thursday that it is choosing to suspend its verification program altogether after it came under fire for verifying known white nationalist Jason Kressler earlier this week.

On Tuesday, Kressler, who organized the deadly alt-right rally in Charlottesville this past summer, proudly tweeted about receiving the coveted blue checkmark.

"Looks like I FINALLY got

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Twitter to Suspend Verified-Profile Program After White Nationalist Backlash

On August 7th, 2015, Shiloh Heavenly Quine's 56th birthday, she and her longtime partner were hanging out in the day room at Mule Creek State Prison, a men's facility in Ione, California. All of a sudden, Quine – a transgender woman with dirty blond hair and an infectious smile – was summoned to the program office over the loudspeaker. "I wonder what they want," Quine remembers thinking.

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Transgender Prisoners: What an Inmate's Surgery Means for Trans Rights

When Shane Owens released his debut album Where I'm Comin' From last year, he knew one of the tracks would resonate especially around the patriotic holidays: his latest single, the ballad "19."

Written by Jeffrey Steele, Tom Hambridge and Gary Nicholson, the song chronicles an all-American boy's decision to enlist in the service – where he eventually, as Owens says, "pays the

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear Randy Travis Acolyte Shane Owens' Veterans Day Salute '19'

Welcome to Daily Glixel, the B side of video game news, where you can find all of the day's other top stories. Today, we've got Call of Duty sales news (spoiler: a lot of people still really like CoD), a surprise expansion for a four-year-old strategy game, and Fire Emblem Warriors is getting some free content. Enjoy!

Harry Styles ignites a cupcake war in the new video for "Kiwi," the latest video off the singer's self-titled debut album.

The video opens with the ominous disclaimer "No children or animals were harmed in the making of this film," but the warning quickly turns out to be tongue-in-cheek as a gymnasium full of young, well-dressed children – including Rogue One actress Beau Gadsdon

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Harry Styles Ignite a Cupcake War in New 'Kiwi' Video

Paul McCartney joined Steven Van Zandt and the Disciples of Soul for a raucous rendition of the Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There"

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Paul McCartney Join Steven Van Zandt for Raucous Beatles Cover

Paul McCartney criticized President Trump's lax attitude toward climate change in a new interview with

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Paul McCartney: Trump's Refusal to Recognize Climate Change Is 'Madness'

Kanye West made a surprise appearance – the rapper's first onstage appearance in nearly a year – at Kid Cudi's Saturday concert in Chicago, where the two performed "Father Stretch My Hands, Pt 1."

After stunning the Aragon

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Kanye West Make Onstage Return at Kid Cudi Chicago Concert

To President Trump, science is fake news. Worse, it can't be intimidated, bullied, or bought off. You can't grab physics by the pussy or sic your lawyers on it. On climate and public health issues, Trump and his cronies have proven their hostility to science over and over again: They've approved the use of chemicals proven to cause brain damage in children, loosened air pollution regulations

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: The Climate Report President Trump Thinks You're Too Stupid to Read