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Beelzebop! Music’s most devilish tunes, as chosen by the founder of The Satanic Temple

Songs about the Devil
Get thee behind me Satan, for here is a playlist straight from the mouth of Hell itself! Well, sort of. Lucien Greaves first co-founded The Satanic Temple back in 2013. Not to be confused with the Church of Satan, Greaves' much younger outfit is far more reasonable in its outlook. Nontheistic in its beliefs, The Satanic Temple uses satanic imagery...

The Rolling Stones have had a Martian rock named in their honour

The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones have had a rock on Mars named after them by NASA. The team behind NASA's InSight lander are responsible for the honour after they named a Martian rock 'Rolling Stones Rock' after the long-running band. The rock itself is a little larger than a golf ball, and became an area of focus for NASA after it appeared...

Watch The Rolling Stones perform ‘Harlem Shuffle’ for first time in almost 30 years

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
The Rolling Stones have performed ‘Harlem Shuffle’ for the first time in almost 30 years on their US tour. Check out the video below. Read More: The Rolling Stones – their 10 best songs Mick Jagger and co were playing at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on Monday (August 5) when they dusted off their rendition of Bob And Earl's 1963 classic. "Has anyone...

Fresh evidence on The Rolling Stones’ Brian Jones’ ‘murder’ appears in new Netflix documentary

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Fresh evidence has come to light over the alleged murder of The Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones. Jones died 50 years ago, when he was found dead in the swimming pool of his home at Cotchford Farm in Sussex. Now, Jones' manager has claimed the guitarist was "out of his mind" on the night of his death on July 3, 1969. Tom...

Mick Jagger trolls Donald Trump during Rolling Stones show for “airports” gaffe

Mick Jagger / Donald Trump. Credit: Getty
Mick Jagger made a dig at President Donald Trump for his recent "airports" gaffe during The Rolling Stones' gig in Massachusetts last night (July 7). Trump raised more than a few eyebrows last week when he claimed during his recent Independence Day speech on Thursday (July 4) that the Continental Army "manned the air, it rammed the ramparts, it took over the airports"...

Watch The Rolling Stones cover ‘Mercy Mercy’ for first time in 50 years

Mercy
The Rolling Stones have covered ‘Mercy Mercy’ for the first time in 50 years at a show on their current US tour. The band were performing at the FedExField in Landover, Maryland on Wednesday (July 3) when they included the cover of the Don Covay & The Goodtimers’ track in their setlist. “It’s a long time ago, so we’re...

Brian Jones’ daughter speaks out on theory that Rolling Stones founder was “murdered”

The daughter of Rolling Stones legend Brian Jones has claimed that the rock legend was murdered. Jones, who founded the iconic rock band, was found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool at Cotchford Farm in East Sussex, on 3 July 1969. The multi-instrumentalist was only 27. Now, his daughter Barbara Marion claims that her father's death was not properly...

Roll up, tune in and drop out: an oral history of The Rolling Stones’ star-packed folly, Rock And Roll Circus

Roll up, roll up, to the maddest, baddest, wildest, druggiest and most devil-tatted show on Earth! In 1968, envisioning their very own surreal cross between Magical Mystery Tour and Top Of The Pops, The Rolling Stones gathered a staggering array of stars of the age – John and Yoko, Clapton, The Who, Marianne and more – dropped them in a circus tent full...

Richard Ashcroft’s manager reveals how The Rolling Stones returned the rights to The Verve’s ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’

A manager of The Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft has revealed how the songwriter managed to win back the rights to ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’ from The Rolling Stones. Speaking to Billboard in an interview published yesterday (June 24), John Kennedy – one of two managers Ashcroft hired last year – shone a light on the process of approaching Mick Jagger and...

Watch Mick Jagger make energetic return on first date of The Rolling Stones’ North American tour

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Mick Jagger has made an energetic return to the stage on the first date of The Rolling Stones' 'No Filter' North American tour, this after the frontman underwent heart surgery earlier in the year. Read more: The Rolling Stones – their 10 best songs The Rolling Stones icon went under the knife in March to replace a faulty heart valve, forcing the...