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It has been a while since the Smashing Pumpkins released a new album, but the alternative rock band is coming out of retirement. An announcement is set to be made this week.
Thirty Seconds To Mars has announced that the band is touring North America this summer with Walk The Moon, K.Flay, MisterWives, JoyWave, and Welshly Arms. They also announced that their fifth studio album will be released soon.
Boyd Tinsley made the announcement before the performance of Dave Matthews Band at an event the night before the Super Bowl. He said he wants to focus on taking care of his health for a while.
After a long hiatus, Fall Out Boy's new album 'Mania' brought the emo band back to the mainstream. This month, the group re-entered Billboard's Artist 100 chart.
Vampire Weekend has been inactive for four years but Ezra Koenig and the rest of the band will go back onstage to perform at a music fest in UK. The indie group is also set to release a new album.
Roger Daltrey of The Who will tour 10 cities in the United States to perform songs from 'Tommy' with local orchestras. The tour will kick off this summer.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds released the official music video for 'It’s a Beautiful World,' featuring a psychedelic, apocalyptic, arthouse vibe. It is the second single from 'Who Built the Moon?'
Ahead of their North American tour, Haim releases a video of a muted, soulful performance of 'Night So Long.' The video is directed by Oscar-winning director Paul Thomas Anderson.
Breaking Benjamin announced the release date of their new album 'Ember' on April 13. The band also unveiled the full audio for 'Feed The Wolf,' one of the tracks in the album.
Pearl Jam has pledged to donate a minimum of $1 million to the homeless initiative in Seattle. The band will announce specific beneficiaries closer to the show dates.
A few days after her unexpected death, thousands of Irish people attended the public reposing of Dolores O'Riordan in her native Limerick. The music icon will be buried on Tuesday, Jan. 23.
Olé Koretsky, D.A.R.K. vocalist and Dolores O'Riordan's partner, said that the The Cranberries singer was the love of his life. He joined the millions of people around the world who are mourning the death of the music icon.
John Mayer followed his agent Scott Clayton who left CAA to become the co-head of WME Nashville in November. Meyer signed to the new talent agency this week.
Songs of The Cranberries soar through streaming charts after the tragic death of frontwoman Dolores O'Riordan. This push might even see the band’s music return to the charts in the following week.
Authorities initially stated that Dolores O'Riordan's death was 'unexplained' leading some to believe that there might be foul play involved. The Cranberries lead singer was 46 years old.