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Metric-Breathing Underwater

Canadian indie rock outfit Metric have spent the better part of the last six months touring the world in support of their latest album, ‘Synthetica,’ and the band’s new video for ’Breathing Underwater,’ the second single off the disc, features footage from their various travels, including their performance this summer in Chicago. Check it out! http://diffuser.fm/metric-breathing-underwater-video/

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Dave Grohl Reunites with QOTSA

So THAT’S what he’s gonna be doing while the Foo Fighters take a break.  Dave has returned to Queens of the Stone Age, the alternative band fronted by former Kyuss guitarist Josh Homme that he drummed for in 2002. This is Grohl’s second stint with Queens of the Stone Age. He played on one album, ‘Songs for the Deaf,’…

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Nirvana–The Musical?

Oh, what is that Courtney Love up to now? If one recent report is correct, she’s getting ready to revisit Kurt Cobain‘s legacy with a musical inspired by his early years in Nirvana. The news was broken by Britney Spears‘ former manager Sam Lutfi, who revealed Love’s plans in the Los Angeles courtroom where he’s involved in a defamation…

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Red Cross Appeals to Vampires

The Black Keys are among the celebrities recently “zombified” by ‘The Walking Dead’ makeup FX artist Greg Nicotero as part of a campaign to help spread awareness of the American Red Cross and its ongoing national blood drive. The Red Cross has started the initiative featuring the tagline “Use You Brains. Give Blood,” as well as photos of…

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The Killers ‘Battle Born’ Review

With arena-rock choruses and anthems as flashy as his hometown of Las Vegas, Killers frontman Brandon Flowers has fashioned himself to be something of a glam-pop Bruce Springsteen. In that way, ‘Battle Born,’ the first we’ve heard from the band in four years, is an epically masculine, unapologetically dramatic, thoroughly enjoyable listen — if you can get over…

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A Monster Copyright Infringement

E! reports that Mike D, Ad-Rock and the estate of the late AdamYauch sued Monster Energy Corp. last week for copyright infringement. The Beasties accused Monster of trying to create “an association” with the trio and its music by using several of their best-known hits — including ‘Sabotage,’ ‘So Whatcha Want,’ ‘Brass Monkey,’ ‘Paul Revere’ and numerous…

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