Tool, Run The Jewels, Tenacious D, Primus, Dashboard Confessional, King Gizzard and More booked for Bonnaroo 2020

The famous Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival is returning this year to Manchester, Tennessee, from June 11-14. The headliners for 2020 are Tool, Tame Impala, and Lizzo, and also includes Lana Del Rey, Vampire Weekend, Flume, Miley Cyrus, the 1975, Run the Jewels, Young Thug, Megan Thee Stallion, Brittany Howard, DaBaby, Jason Isbell, Tenacious D, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Nelly performing all of Country Grammar, Cuco, Makaya McCraven, and more. See the full lineup poster below. You can reserve your ticket right now for just $35 dollars down at this link! Continue reading

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Nine Inch Nails To Record New Music, Plotting Tour Dates for 2020

In a new feature interview with Revolver, Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has shared that he is planning to record new NIN music in 2020. Tour dates are also in the works for the band. The January 2020 issue of Revolver hits newsstands soon, and Reznor gave a revealing interview for the cover piece, mainly focusing on recent soundtrack work with NIN collaborator Atticus Ross, such as HBO’s Watchmen score and soundtrack. The band had a busy year as they won a Country Music Award for the sample that was on global smash ‘Old Town Road, saw one of their best-known songs covered horribly by Miley Cyrus, won awards for their soundtracks,  celebrated classic album anniversaries, and earned a nomination for the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame.  New NIN music will be the first studio releases since 2013’s Hesitation Marks and their follow-up, 2018 EP trilogy of Not the Actual Events, Add Violence, and Bad Witch.

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Listen to Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes Cover Miley Cyrus’ “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart”

Continuing a massive 2019 campaign behind their acclaimed album End of Suffering, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have shared a cover of Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus’ modern Pop music classic ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’. The band puts their own spin on the track which you can hear right now! Continue reading

Listen To Miley Cyrus Cover “Head Like A Hole” by Nine Inch Nails

The Netflix show Black Mirror came back for season five today and one of the guest appearances is from Miley Cyrus. She shows up in the episode Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too and performs Nine Inch Nails hit ‘Head Like A Hole’ from their debut Pretty Hate Machine. According to iNews, the singer and the show’s producer got the blessing of NIN frontman Trent Reznor to do it. Continue reading

Joan Jett To Appear At “Bad Reputation” Film Premiere In New York

Joan Jett, rock music’s iconic 1980s flag-bearer is the subject of a new documentary, Bad Reputation. At the debut screenings in New York City, Joan herself will participate for a one-night screening special event and Q & A at the acclaimed IFC Film Center. Tickets are moving fast and available at the link below. Joan is an iconic rock and punk icon, whose 40+ year career dates back to her stint in the influential teen band, The Runaways. With her backing band The Blackhearts, Joan Jett continues to tour and entertain fans of all ages, including an appearance at this summer’s final Vans Warped Tour! Directed by acclaimed music video helmer Kevin Kerslake (Nirvana, Prince, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Soundgarden) and stars Billie Joe Armstrong, Kathleen Hanna, Kristen Stewart, Miley Cyrus and more. Bad Reputation has already been revered as an Official selection at the Sundance Film Festival, and San Francisco Int’l Film Festival. Continue reading

Royal Thunder & Mutoid Man Members Cover Miley Cyrus, Kesha, And Motorhead On “Two Minutes To Late Night”

In the latest episode of Two Minutes to Late Night, members of Royal Thunder and Mutoid Man were asked to perform three random covers live at Saint Vitus Bar, and the amazing footage is now online. Continue reading

Wrecking Ball: Day 1- The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

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The crowd outside Wrecking Ball, by Boston Chuck Photography

The crowd outside Wrecking Ball, by Boston Chuck Photography

With destination concert events being the next big thing, every city is trying to come up with an even to put them on the map. Atlanta has pulled off an impressive start with the first annual Wrecking Ball at the venerable Masquerade venue. Judging by the success with the lineup and the response from the crowd, we have every reason to believe this fest will be a round for years to come. Even though if you Google the fests name, you still get that silly girl Miley and her video, the fest unironically had their own wrecking ball too, with people doing the Miley pose in jest. And the bands on day one wrecked the stage and had fans from all over wrecking their bodies in the Atlanta summer heat to the mostly punk rock extravaganza. Descendents may be long time veterans of the scene, but they performed with more energy than most bands half their age. Judge brought the old-school beatdown sensability. The heady minds in Failure were an anomaly on the bill, but a welcome one that added to the diversity of it. Their new album The Heart Is A Monster (InResidence) is killer. Back to the punk side of things Modern Life is War, The Get Up Kids, TheMovieLife, SamIAm, and Title Fight all brought it big time. Pianos Become The Teeth is another band that had their own crowd on hand for this show. The outdoor stage added a real specialness to this event, and those bands seemed to really relish the true fest feels. Shot here for Ghost Cult by Boston Chuck Photography, day one of Wrecking Ball more than set the tone for the rest of the weekend. Day 2 coverage coming soon!

 

Descendents, by Boston Chuck Photography

Descendents, by Boston Chuck Photography

Failure, by Boston Chuck Photography

Failure, by Boston Chuck Photography

Judge, by Boston Chuck Photography

Judge, by Boston Chuck Photography

Modern Life Is War, by Boston Chuck Photography

Modern Life Is War, by Boston Chuck Photography

Pianos Become The Teeth, by Boston Chuck Photography

Pianos Become The Teeth, by Boston Chuck Photography

TheMovieLife, by Boston Chuck Photography

TheMovieLife, by Boston Chuck Photography

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