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    Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes on Paris
    The frontman for Eagles of Death Metal has given his first major interview regarding what happened at the Bataclan Concert Hall in Paris on Nov. 13, when terrorists carried out an attack that killed innocent concertgoers.
    Five Finger Death Punch Postpone Paris, Milan Shows
    Five Finger Death Punch recently postponed a show in Milan, Italy, following rumors of a terrorist attack, and now, the hard rockers have postponed their upcoming show in Paris, France.
    Listen to New Songs from Wolfmother
    Wolfmother are streaming two songs from their upcoming album. Fans who pre-order the album will also receive instant downloads of the tracks.
    Rush’s DVD R40 Live Releases This Week
    R40 Live was filmed across two shows in the band’s hometown of Toronto during their 35-show North American tour earlier this year.
    Lzzy Hale Joins Trans-Siberian Orchestra
    Halestorm's Lzzy Hale guests on Trans-Siberian Orchestra new track “Forget About The Blame”, one of the Gibson Explorer star's growing collaborations.
    Frank Zappa, Rolling Stones Engineer Cites Preference for KRK Monitors
    Producer-engineer Dave Jerden has applied his skills to countless albums, including seminal works by Frank Zappa, The Rolling Stones and Alice in Chains. KRK Rokit monitors have been integral to his approach.
    Keith Richards, Metallica Pay Tribute to Paris Attack Victim
    Mercury Records employee Thomas Ayad was one of the 89 victims in attendance at the city’s Bataclan venue. A number of industry representatives and recording artists have spoken of Ayad’s dedication and devotion to the people with whom he worked. Metallica and Keith Richards are among those who’ve expressed condolences.
    Blondie, Fleetwood Mac Among 2016 Grammy Hall of Fame Inductees
    Blondie’s 1977 hit “Heart of Glass,” Fleetwood Mac’s self-titled 1975 album and The Zombie’s classic “She’s Not There” are among the recordings being inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame this year. As reported by Billboard, a total of 26 recordings will receive the honor, bringing the total number of inducted recordings to 1,013.
    Billy Gibbons Likes ZZ Top Comparisons to What Band?
    “I know the one I’d most like to be compared with--Depeche Mode,” says Gibbons. “I’m really fanatical about those cats. I had the pleasure of making their acquaintance in ‘85 and we’ve stayed pals ever since.”
    Dave Grohl to Drum-Off with a Muppet
    Dave Grohl wants to help The Muppets really rock, and he'll do just that when he guests on the Dec. 1 episode of ABC’s The Muppets show.