Posts by Greg Moskovitch


Patrick Carney On What Defines The Black Keys

If someone asked you to list all of the hallmarks that make a Black Keys songs, it wouldn’t be much of a struggle. You’d mention words like “raw” and “bluesy”, there’d be a focus on the band’s rustic guitar-and-drums setup. But ask drummer Patrick Carney and he’ll tell you, “a Black Keys song is really […]


Queen Tease Three Unreleased Songs In New Compilation Trailer A new trailer for Queen’s upcoming love song compilation, Queen Forever, has been released. The trailer features samples of the three previously unreleased tracks set for the album, including the Freddie Mercury/Michael Jackson duet There Must Be More to Life Than This, which was previewed last month. In addition to the long-awaited completed version […]


Corey Taylor Criticises Comparing New Slipknot To Stone Sour

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has responded to comparisons made by some fans following the release of the band’s recent single The Devil In I. Taylor said fans who compare the band’s new music to Stone Sour, which Taylor also fronts, are “[choosing] the easy way to figure out what they’re thinking about”. “I think a […]


Will Foo Fighters Become Struggling Venue’s Rock Superheroes?

The Room, a venue in Brookfield in the US state of Connecticut, has made a public appeal to Foo Fighters to stage a concert in the struggling venue. The venue’s management hope a concert from the rock superstars could bring more awareness to the all-ages DIY venue and prevent it from going under. In an […]


New Tool Album Is Reportedly “Progressing Rather Nicely”

After months of pessimism concerning the fate of Tool’s long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s 10,000 Days, the veteran group’s webmaster has issued an update claiming work on the band’s new album is “progressing rather nicely” and hinting at possible involvement from King Crimson’s Pat Mastelotto. “Good friend and King Crimson percussionist Pat Mastelotto stopped by the […]

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