Muse builds some hype for the summer games in London and creates some buzz for their new album with this montage of Olympic glory set to the tune of their new single ‘Survival’.
It’s Jack White’s birthday and we can think of no better way to celebrate the guitar man’s 37 years of rocking out on planet Earth than with 10 of his best solos. Strap the headphones on and crank it up!
July 4th may be on a Wednesday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t rock out like it’s on a Friday. We’ve got your cookout soundtrack covered with a classic rock throwback that bleeds red, white and blue.
I know what you’re thinking, “there’s no way that Metallica and Herbie Hancock can work together!” Oh, but it does my doubtful friend, it rocks and it rocks hard.
Jocelyn Pelichet sits down to shred 50 guitar riffs from the early ’90s. It’s good to hear Soul Asylum again, even if it was only for six seconds.
“Wait a second didn’t The Black Keys already do a video for ‘Gold on the Ceiling’?” Yep, they sure did, but this video was directed by eccentric director Harmony Korine of Kids notoriety. And it’s just as anti-mainstream as one would expect from Harmony.
Who knows what’s going on in the mind of Les Claypool, but it’s got to be a freak show 24/7. Les and his merry band of musician misfits spin a musical tale around zombified western actor Lee Van Cleef.
Chris and the boys are back with some crunchy riffs for “Live to Rise” from The Avengers soundtrack. Raise your horns up.
If there’s anything that Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It” was missing way back in 1984 it was a heavy influence of trumpet and sombreros. Good to see the fellas finally elevated the song to what it was truly capable of.
The LA based Zig Zags debut single for Mexican Summer is some kind of heavy metal bedroom heaven, a la 1974. With a clip filled with old school found footage from god knows where, “Scavenger” blasts freeloaders and jerk stores who show up to parties empty handed.
The Rapture’s comeback album, 2011’s In The Grace of Your Love, featured standout disco-gospel dance anthem “How Deep Is Your Love?” which finally got a video, and a very silly one at that. Frontman Luke Jenner is a miniature sized dance machine with some ladies after church.