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Give six musicians from Roxette a Metallica song to play. Tell them it has to sound like Roxette. It turns out nothing else matters.
Lighting up the room with that bright red sedan. New album Hardware out now.
When it gets so late that you don’t know whether you’re chasing a person or a shadow.
Half of a magic spell is intention.
The point of no return was somewhere back there. On into the unknown. From the forthcoming album The Quest, produced by guitarist Steve Howe.
Not every social movement spreads like grass. Here’s one that hits with a sense of urgency.
An alternative way of playing with fire. Okay, not really “alternative,” it’s as old as the sun.
Still going at midnight. Still going at dawn. That’s what a heavy dance groove can do for you.
What do you want — and where is that kingdom?
You might fool the public, but you can’t fool the alchemist.
Toto, I don’t think we’re in Liverpool anymore.
Dreaming of the past, then suddenly, a chance to go.
Discovering a better energy out in the big wide world.
Some days, even a storm-damaged storefront in the desert makes you feel like you got out.
Hallelujah for the weekend. If you were waiting for AC/DC to play a Bon Jovi song, try this one. New album later this year.
Change is in the air. A new video for a classic science fiction rock song.
The more electric side of heavy metal, from two former Judas Priest members, K.K. Downing and Tim “Ripper” Owens. Album Sermons of the Sinner coming August 21, 2021.
The transition from being in front of people to working online — it’s not easy for anyone.
If you can see it in others, it might be getting to you too.
For the 30th anniversary, the Joyride video is reedited and remastered in cinematic high definition. It feels and looks like another world.
That moment when you have to stop and ask questions. What happened? Where are we? The album of the same name is set for release June 18.
A scaled-up version of the Bruce Springsteen song. Debut album You and Me out now.
That feeling when you were just born yesterday and people want to know what’s up.
The pride of being a survivor.
Trigger warning: strobe and lightning effects.
That moment when the clarity comes through.
When it’s a wild time but you don’t want the dream to end. New album out now.
Official music videos didn’t exist fifty years ago. They do now.
It’s an all-acoustic disco performance of a song about getting out of here. Because it’s been more than a year and we can’t actually travel yet.
Five o’clock in the morning and making plans. Album coming soon.
A singer-songwriter with an acoustic guitar is here to tell you why it’s not easy being a rock band during a lockdown.
Sometimes all you can do is lay low and await divine guidance.
Now is the time to do that thing.
Sunshine is the new queen. New album by the same name coming March 12.
Life moves at the speed of light, but there’s still time for love.
The new album, coming this month, is described as an ode to Detroit. That’s the Detroit of half a century ago when it was the haven for “angry hard rock.” With producer Bob Ezrin, the new single sounds like a song from that era.
That feeling when the Internet’s record of your history is different from what you want to remember.
Get up off that pavement and find the truth. New album The Absolute Universe available worldwide on Friday.
Another black swan. You can’t claim you saw this one coming.
Can those hot-shot singers really sing like that? Here’s one who has video evidence.
New year. New you. You have something important to do. With the sirens on.
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