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Tim Commerford Hints At New Rage Against The Machine Album

In possibly the most pleasant exchange that has ever resulted from TMZ accosting a celebrity on the street, former Rage Against The Machine bassist Tim Commerford has shyly hinted at a possible new album from the funk metal pioneers. When asked if the defunct group were working on a new album, Commerford quietly answered, “Maybe…maybe.” Since the band’s breakup twelve years ago, vocalist Zack de la Rocha has worked on a string of collaborations with various artists, while the remaining three Rage members – Commerford, guitarist Tom Morello, and drummer Brad Wilk – formed Audioslave with Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell. Though Rage have performed several festival dates since their official breakup, there has been no substantial news about a new album yet. The vague TMZ interview with Commerford provides the most information that fans will get about a new album thus far. That, and his apparent appreciation for Gucci Mane’s facial tattoos and his penchant for “removing teeth” as a fashion statement.

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X Factor Boot Camp Kicks Off; Nearly Half Of Contestants Axed

The X Factor is as much a ratings seeking show as anything these days, priding itself no longer on just the talent it showcases, but catfights, crying and breakdowns. With judge Britney Spears commenting, “We’re gonna push them to their limits,” it’s only reasonable to expect a bit of on air tension when the family sits down to watch on Wednesday and Thursday nights.

After settling down inside a swanky Miami hotel, the contestants were bused out to their performance site, and one by one, all 120 of them went in front of the judges, knees shaking and voices set to impress. After all, each performance is only the biggest of their life. Check out the scoop after the jump.

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Watch Morrissey Perform On Jimmy Fallon

Morrissey and his spokesperson have been undergoing some major rumor battling lately. The Smiths are reuniting, they aren’t reuniting….but maybe they are!

They definitely aren’t, and after helping squash those rumors into the ground, Morrissey found time to perform two songs on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

View a performance of  “You Have Killed Me” along with a cover of Frankie Valli’s “To Give (The Reason I Live)” here and catch Morrissey on tour this month. Continue reading ‘Watch Morrissey Perform On Jimmy Fallon’

Congratulations To Shallow Royale, Winners Of The Guitar Player “Take The Lead” Competition!

The results are finally in! For weeks, OurStage guitarists have been battling each other and melting faces with their gnarliest riffs and licks, all for a chance to win our Guitar Player “Take The Lead” Competition. However, there was only one band mighty enough to take the lead and conquer all. The winner of this ongoing shredfest is Shallow Royale for their song “Son Of Liberty.” Based out of American Canyon, Calif., this three-piece has stuck it out through many obstacles, recently with the addition of a new bassist, to keep their big sound alive. The winning guitar solo is played by Chase Crow, one of two brothers who are founding members of the band. Check out Chase’s incredible riffs in the playlist below.

As their prize, not only will they be featured in an upcoming issue of Guitar Player magazine, but they will also be taking home a year’s supply of Ernie Ball strings and accessories! So congratulations, Shallow Royale. Your axe-wielding skills have fared you well. May the rock be with you.

 

Converge Streaming New Album

After months of defending their new album from leaking to the public, hardcore legends Converge have decided to stream All We love We Leave Behind as a video. The listening experience is accompanied by slowly moving images of vocalist Jacob Bannon‘s vivid and colorful artwork for the release, which changes with each song. The album will be out on Tuesday, October 9th under Epitaph Records and is sure to take the hardcore world by storm.

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Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Nominees Announced

It’s that time again! Time to review the candidates, do your research, and start voting!

We’re not talking politics here, this is straight up rock and roll, and for the first time in their history the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is giving fans a say in which of the newly announced 2013 nominees will be inducted.

Among this year’s first time nominees are Rush, N.W.A and Public Enemy, while returning nominees include Donna Summer, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and The Meters. Artists must have released their first recording no later than 1987 in order to be eligible. It’s a tight race people, but someone has to decide on these artist’s hall of fame fate!

Now through Dec. 5, you can vote at Rockhall.com and CNN.com and give your favorite artists a shot at becoming inducted. Winners will be revealed the same month, with the 28th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony taking place April 18 in Los Angeles, and broadcast on HBO at a later date.

View the full list here and get voting!

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KISS Stream Two New Tracks From ‘Monster’

There is just no slowing down legendary New York rockers, KISS. While touring in promotion of their upcoming Oct. 9 release, Monster, KISS has released a sneak peak into the album, for eager listeners to revel in.

Fans were promised a full on rock & roll album with this release, and what fans want, fans get. KISS delivers with two brand new streams, “Long Way Down” and “All For The Love Of Rock & Roll.” Both tracks pack distinguishable KISS quality variety, and while their “Detroit Rock City” days may be behind them, they’re still proving they can “Rock and Roll All Night.”

Take a listen right here and drift back to a time filled with uninhibited fun, explosive performances, and unpredictable stage antics.

 

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The Early November Releases “In Currents” Music Video

If you’ve not yet had the pleasure of listening to New Jersey natives, The Early November, you should fix that immediately. Lucky for you, we have their latest music video, “In Currents” for you to delve into right here, right now.

As the title track off their July album release, the video is an impressive step towards what we can only hope will be several more music videos to come.

View the video here and catch The Early November on tour with Cartel and Seahaven this month.

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Riffs, Rants & Rumors: Jann Klose Shadowboxes the Ghosts of Tim & Jeff Buckley

“There’s Al Pacino on my left and [former Captain Beefheart guitarist] Gary Lucas on my right. I was just like, ‘This is so surreal.’ I’m hearing myself sing and I’m going, ‘How did I get here?’” Such are the strange circumstances in which singer/songwriter Jann Klose has been finding himself lately. It all started when guitar legend Lucas curated an event at New York’s Knitting Factory in tribute to the late Jeff Buckley, with whom the guitarist was a key collaborator. That’s where Lucas and Buckley admirer Klose first met. Continue reading ‘Riffs, Rants & Rumors: Jann Klose Shadowboxes the Ghosts of Tim & Jeff Buckley’

Calling All Metalheads – Enter The Ernie Ball Metal Competition!

Do you think you have what it takes to claim the throne as the most epic master of metal? Then enter your best song in this month’s Metal Channel for your chance to win a year’s supply of Ernie Ball strings and accessories! We’re looking for the most brutal breakdowns, visceral vocals, epic riffs, and relentless basslines on OurStage. So crank up those amps and get in your power stance. It’s time to raise some hell. Click here to enter to enter now!

 


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