It has been 25 years since Ritual De Lo Habitual was released, it has proven to ne a timeless album. The band celebrated their 25th anniversary with a special show where it will be release on Blu-Ray.
After The Real Thing was released it became a conventional record they ever did, Faith No More said there was a need to rediscover music again by releasing Angel Dust. 25 Years Ago: Faith No More
In 1999 Red Hot Chili Peppers released their Second studio album Californication making it the biggest-selling album worldwide. 18 Years Ago: Red Hot Chili Peppers Release ‘Californication’ Via loudwire.com 06/08/2017 9:55 AM Editorial credit: Andrea
The Rock band Blink-182 released a music video for ‘Home Is Such a Lonely Place’ the Grammy-nominated album California, Video is directed by Jason Goldwatch, Blink-182 at Home With Video for ‘Home Is Such a Lonely Place’
The Grammy-winning band Cage the Elephant to release a new acoustic album titled ” Unpeeled.” The New album will feature 18 curated songs. Cage the Elephant to Release ‘Unpeeled’ Live Album for Summer Via loudwire.com 06/07/2017 1:42
The 2017 Monster Energy Aftershock Festival will have 2 big headlines, Nine Inch Nails and Ozzy Osbourne are set to headline the two-night event on October 21 and 22. Nine Inch Nails + Ozzy Osbourne to Headline
12 Years ago Avenged Sevenfold unleased there third album City of Evil which game out on June 6, 2005. City Of Evil touched a nerve with fans who felt metal had lost. 12 Years Ago: Avenged Sevenfold
The rock band album ” Crooked Teeth” welcoming rapper Machine Gun Kelly into the fold for a duet on “Sunrise Trailer Park”. Papa Roach, ‘Crooked Teeth’ – Album Review Via loudwire.com 06/05/2017 11:16 AM Editorial credit:
The Rock band Nine Inch Nails announced Not the Actual Event Ep was the first of a trilogy, If the band is on schedule the second EP should arrive July 23rd. Trent Reznor Announces Trilogy of Nine
For the first time since 1967, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band returned to the Top Three of the Billboard 200. The Beatles album sold 75,000 total copies for its 50th anniversary reissue and reentered the Billboard 200.