School Of Rock IRL.
Don’t try this at home, Axl.
Kirin’s back, and he’s got a new album on the way.
So long, 2016. It’s been fkn weird.
Because nothing’s more metal than Valyrian Steel.
Looks like douchebag hackers are to blame.
You’re not hardcore, unless you live hardcore.
Bette Midler may not exactly have been on the School Of Rock curriculum but that hasn’t stopped Jack Black from teaming up with everyone’s favourite person Amy Poehler to salute The Divine Miss M. with a duet of her classic, The Rose. There is just so much to love about this happening that we’ve broken
From Tenacious D‘s Tribute to Foo Fighters Low film clip, the Foos and Jack Black have a long history of excellence and they’ve continued that live on stage during the band’s most recent tour. Jack Black joined Dave Grohl and co. on stage during a show in Los Angeles for a thrashing cover of Rush’s
Jack Black has added to his impressive trove of covers with help from the impeccable Boy George, performing The Doors’ classic 1968 track Hello, I Love You on Conan this week. Both Jack Black and Boy George professed their love of Jim Morrison and The Doors, after which they were encouraged to get up and
The dream team that is actor, comedian and musician Jack Black and late night TV talk show host Jimmy Fallon are at it again, this time re-creating the video for Extreme’s 1991 smash hit More Than Words. They nail it. Complete with ’90s period costumes, painted nails, and those flowing luscious locks, Fallon and Black
Die Antwoord have called in a few favours for their new music video Ugly Boy, enlisting an impressive cast to musicians and personalities to cameo in the clip. Jack Black, the ATL Twins, Flea, and Marilyn Manson all make appearance along with models Cara Delevingne and Dita Von Teese. Some of the guest stars, like
Beardyman recently kicked off his latest project, One Album Per Hour, in which the venerable UK beatmaker gives himself 60 minutes to create a brand new album from scratch with the help of a “superstar guest record producer”. Joining Beardyman for the first episode was the mighty Jack Black. Black and Beardyman get right into
The music world’s perennial parodist, Weird Al Yankovic, is at it again, releasing a new track called Tacky which pokes fun at Pharrell Wiliams‘ 2013 hit, Happy. In the all-singing and all-dancing single-shot clip for Tacky (below), Weird Al begins proceeding in an appropriately tacky ’60s-inspired get-up, singing, “It might seem crazy wearin’ stripes of
The West have reported that the self-proclaimed greatest band in the world Tenacious D are looking to head back to Australia in early 2013.
Is there anything Jack Black can’t do? Acting, songwriting, comedy…ok well those are about the only three feathers in his cap, but he truly owns them and at a recent Queen tribute show, Black managed to mash all three together when invited onstage to perform back-up vocals. Like Black knows how to back up…