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Ted's Blog: Chris Cornell

I usually only blog about sports, but today I am going to blog about Chris Cornell. Now, I can sit here and tell you all about the impact this man and the music he made had on people, but today I am simply going to tell my personal story of interaction with the man. See, in my job I am very lucky...
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98 Rock Presents: First Fest Music Festival

Oleander, Arden Park Roots, Some Fear None, and many more!
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Stone Sour Kidnaps Superfan, Forces Him to Listen to New Music

On the heels of celebrating the 10th anniversey (yup, we're old) of their critically acclaimed album, Come What(ever) May, Corey Taylor and Stone Sour are gearing up to release their 6th studio album, Hydrograd, this summer.So will fans eat up the music? Well, one lucky fan was plucked from Porto's...
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LISTEN: Jerry Cantrell of Alice in Chains Shares New Track

When Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell moved, he probably wasn’t anticipating a team-up with his new neighbor, but that’s exactly what happened. Composer Tyler Bates scored the film John Wick: Chapter 2—and he asked his neighbor Cantrell to help him write the movie’s end-title song, “A Job to Do.”On...
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Deftones and Rise Against to Co-Headline Summer Tour

Deftones and Rise Against are hitting the road this summer, and these aren’t solo shows—the bands are joining forces for a co-headlining summer tour.Rise Against is psyched, to say the least, stating, “Every once in a while you get to share the stage with a band so powerful they make you work...
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VIDEO: “Hardwired” Echoes Today’s Political Climate

In tandem with #BlackenedFriday and the release of Hardwired… To Self Destruct , Metallica’s first studio album since 2008’s multi-platinum Death Magnetic , we sat down with Lars Ulrich to discuss everything from the band’s early days on radio to the “anthemic” lyrics on “Hardwired.” In this...
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