Foo Fighters Postpones Their 25th Anniversary “Van Tour”

Foo Fighters have informed their fans that they are postponing their 25th Anniversary “Van Tour”, celebrating their debut album due to Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic. The tour was originally scheduled to take place in April and May, will see the band playing at the same cities as during their debut 1995 tour when Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel and Pat Smear hit the road in a Dodge van. The dates are now rescheduled for later in 2020. As of now the Foof’s next scheduled show is their headline show at Boston Calling, and their 4th of July fest DC Jam, Dave Grohl commented: Continue reading

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Foo Fighters Book Chris Stapleton, Pharrell Williams, The Go-Go’s, Band Of Horses And More for DC Jam 2020

Foo Fighters are bringing back their DC Jam concert this July 4th! The band will celebrate their 25th anniversary of their debut album with a show featuring Chris Stapleton, Pharrell Williams, The Go-Go’s, Band Of Horses, Durand Jones & The Indications, The Regrettes, Beach Bunny, and Radkey. The fest will also have a BBQ competition, Tailgate Party, Rides, Games and more. Tickets go on sale to the public starting March 6th at 10 am EST at the link below at FedEx Field in Dave Grohl’s formative stomping ground. Continue reading

Remembering Reed Mullin, Drummer for Corrosion of Conformity (1966-2020)

So far, 2020 has been a cruel mistress as the reaper has claimed several giants of the drumming world. One that hits us particularly hard is the sudden death of Wiliam “Reed” Mullin of Corrosion of Conformity, at the young age of 53. Reed was not only a stellar drummer and musician, but he was also almost universally loved by the Hardcore Punk, Thrash Metal, Doom and Stoner Rock community, which is both amazing and insane. It just goes to show the talent Reed had and the breadth of different styles he helped encompass with C.O.C. Equal to his impact on record and behind the drumkit and the microphone, Mullin impacted a ton of people in the scene with his kindness and sense of humor. Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: ÆGES – Drømmen

Los Angeles-based act Æges is a genre-defying group of guys that are turning heads in multiple music scenes. This budding band has flourished in the last few years because they have a remarkable ability to avoid being pigeonholed. Now, this ear-catching gang is ready to independently release their fourth full-length album, Drømmen (Self-Released). The animation and spirit presented on their last release, Weightless (Another Century), which came out in 2016, is taken to a deeper level on this new record. They are showcasing their exploration of new energy by making some real, heartfelt pieces. Continue reading

Watch Dave Grohl of Foo fighters on Sesame Street for their 50th Season

If you have any doubt that Dave Grohl is a national treasure and sweetheart, doubt it no more. Sesame Street will kick off its 50th season this coming Saturday (November 16), and in the coming season, the Foo Fighters frontman will join the show for an episode. Watch the clip from his appearance now! Continue reading

Foo Fighters Are Working on A New Album for 2020!

Right after sharing a surprise covers EP last week, Foo Fighters make news again, announcing they are working on a new album. During their set for Brazil’s Rock In Rio festival, Dave Grohl teased that the band was about to begin work on the follow-up to 2017’s Concrete and Gold. It’s as the band also gears up to celebrate their eponymous debut album’s 25th anniversary, which is happening next year. Continue reading

MY FAVOURITE CONCERT MEMORY: Mikey Page of THECITYISOURS

Modern Metal band THECITYISOURS just released their new album Low and its full of bangers! We caught up with vocalist/guitarist Mikey Page over email to find out about his most cherished concert memory ever! Continue reading