Adam Bychawski

The 1975 announce tour dates in Belfast and Dublin

The 1975 have added two additional dates in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to their summer tour. The band will perform at Belsonic festival at...

Rian Johnson shares photo of ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ title sequence

Following yesterday's reveal of the official title for Star Wars: Episode VIII, director Rian Johnson has shared a photo of the forthcoming film's opening...

Alice in Chains recording new album

Alice in Chains are recording a new album, the band's bassist Mike Inez has confirmed. The group began work on a follow-up to 2013's 'The Devil Put...

Pixies announce 2017 US tour

Pixies have announced a US tour in support of their latest album 'Head Carrier'. The band will kick off the tour in Pomona, California on April 21,...

Liberty X are reforming as a girl band

Popstars runners-up Liberty X have revealed they are reforming as a girl band. The pop group, who lost to Hear'Say on ITV's now-defunct talent show...

Istanbul record shop closes after attack at Radiohead event in 2016

Istanbul record shop Velvet Indieground has closed its doors following an attack last year during a Radiohead listening party. A group of 20 armed men...

Man United goalkeeper David De Gea meets Avenged Sevenfold

Avenged Sevenfold can count Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea as one of their biggest fans. The Spanish stopper, who is a big metalhead, attended the Californian...

Mexican cartel claims responsibility for BPM Festival shooting

A Mexican cartel has claimed responsibility for the shooting at the Blue Parrot nightclub during BPM Festival in Playa del Carmen on Monday (January...

Dirty Projectors announce new album, share new song ‘Up In Hudson’

Dirty Projectors have announced a new self-titled album, their first since 2012's 'Swing Lo Magellan'. Over the last few months, the Brooklyn group have been...

Elton John pays tribute to ex-Watford and England manager Graham Taylor

Elton John has paid tribute to ex-Watford and England manager Graham Taylor. Taylor died aged 72 early this morning (January 12) of a suspected heart...
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