Rob Zombie has announced a solo career-spanning vinyl box set complete with 11 albums including a new live LP.
The limited edition Rob Zombie vinyl box set features all of the White Zombie singer's solo studio and live LPs, from 1998's Hellbilly Deluxe to 2016's The Electric Warlock Acid Witch
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A year after one of the most infamous moments in Academy Awards history, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway will return to the Oscars to once again reveal the Best Picture winner.
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There's a haunting moment early on in Hulu's The Looming Tower – just another night in New York City, back in 1998. An FBI Special Agent watches a TV interview with a terrorist practically nobody in America has heard of before, a guy named Osama bin Laden. The interview includes dire threats of attacks on America. The agent, John O'Neill, reacts to this news in the time-honored way: He
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Deep into a marathon PlayerUnknown session, a rowdy squad of four streamers ran into a familiar problem - the motorcycle they just nabbed outside the island’s famous apartment blocks only had spots for three commandos. For most teams, this would call for a rapid reshuffling of resources, a huddle to discuss their options, perhaps a brief excursion to track down a more suitable vehicle.
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The Breeders unveiled a bristling new song, "Nervous Mary," set to appear on the alt-rock outfit's upcoming album, All Nerve, out March 2nd.
Kim Deal sings with a low, candid edge, that's balanced with the occasional harmony, making lines like "Run for your life, they're coming up on us," sound
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Shelby Lynne, who toured in the latter half of 2017 with her sister, Allison Moorer, returns to the road on a solo trek beginning Friday, February 23rd, in
While Lynne's recorded output stretches back 30 years – her first charted single was a duet with George
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The superstar coaches of The Voice put their vocal gifts in a classic context for a new promotional video, a vintage-Vegas homage that imagines Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson as a modern Rat Pack.
Filmed in black and white and made to resemble the Las Vegas showroom scene of the 1960s, the clip begins with Shelton and Levine's casual, crooning duet of
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In the wake of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's troll farm indictment, a bizarre series of events took place involving the New York Times and Facebook.
The indictment had barely hit the presses before Facebook Ads exec Rob Goldman decided to tweet
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Omnivore Recordings will reissue Sandy Bull's final album, Steel Tears, along with four previously unreleased tracks on April 13th.
Bull, an influential psych-folk musician who influenced Patti Smith, Bob Dylan and more, recorded several albums that attracted a cult following in the 1960s. His work incorporated folk, blues, psychedelia and classical influences next to music
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Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the site of the deadly Parkland, Florida shooting, delivered impassioned speeches to Florida lawmakers in Tallahassee on Wednesday. The teenage shooting survivors urged legislative changes to end gun violence.
"Trust me, I understand," Stoneman Douglas High School junior Alfonso Calderon said in a six-minute speech at a rally. "I was in
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Father John Misty runs afoul of hotel policies in his new song "Mr. Tillman." The singer released the track on Tuesday along with a brief, lighthearted music video.
Father John Misty narrates the verses of his latest song from the perspective of a flustered hotel employee trying to keep the
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When the Doors flew to England for their appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival in the summer of 1970, the band was at one of its lowest points. In the spring of the previous year, Jim Morrison had been arrested at a Miami concert and charged with "lewd and lascivious behavior" when he allegedly exposed
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Justin Timberlake tore through a bevy of his hits including "Suit & Tie," "Rock Your Body," "SexyBack" and his new song, "Filthy," during his performance at the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show.
Timberlake spanned several eras and styles he's hit through his career. He opened the 13-minutes set
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The track's beats are propelled by
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No topic was off-limits in a new, wide-ranging interview with Quincy Jones, one of music's most prolific producers, artists, entrepreneurs and all-around multi-hyphenates.
Jones, who will turn 85 this March, told GQ
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Mark Salling, the former Glee star who pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography, died Tuesday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. He was 35.
Salling's exact cause of death is currently unknown, though according to
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Keith Urban is known for his uninhibited live performances, which is why his hits perform just as well onstage as they do on the radio. On Saturday, fans got to see his latest release "Female" blossom in a different setting when he posted a video of a stripped-down performance of the song on Twitter, which hit YouTube on Monday.
Featuring only Urban and his acoustic guitar, the bare
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Tim Schafer, Nolan Bushnell and Rami Ismail will be recognized at the 18th annual Game Developers Choice Awards for their contributions to the game industry, the Game Developers Conference (GDC) announced today.
Schafer, the founder of Double Fine Studios and a former Lucasarts employee, will be recognized with GDC's Lifetime achievement award. After nearly 30 years in the
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When the Grammys returned to New York City for the first time in 15 years, the Big Apple was ready. Before, during and after Music's
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