Friday, June 29th 2012
News: Daily Headlines
The Company Band (members of Clutch, Fireball Ministry, CKY) are back with new music. We’re proud to bring it to you.
Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe is in some deep shit in Prague, arrested for manslaughter.
Watch Green Day‘s trailer for ¡Tre!
That new Daft Punk song we’re supposed to hear next month? Yeah, not happening.
White Stripes and Karen Elson Record Store Day singles are available in black vinyl now at Third Man.
Watch Tenacious D rock two songs on The Daily Show last night.
Dinosaur Jr. has a new song.
Motley Crue’s Tommy Lee is a silly bitch who needs to shut his mouth and take the goddamned picture.
The Flaming Lips beat Jay-Z’s record for the most shows in a 24-hour period. And not a single fuck was given that day.
Oh, and the Lips are also remaking that video they did with Erykah Badu, except with Amanda Palmer. The only fucks given are by those who enjoy Santa Claus’ voice coming from a naked woman with a hell of a Kickstarter hand.
Jesus, a new Flaming Lips song too. Enough about these fucking guys already.
Maynard James Keenan‘s Caduceus Cellars wine has won large in the San Francisco International Wine Awards. Evidently the award is a secret ancient polyrhythm for the new Tool record.
The raid on Kim Dotcom and insane bullshit rationale in the Megaupload case has been declared holy-god-you’re-fucking-evil illegal.
Kanye drops the artwork for his New God Flow track. It’s just red words on black, but look for the breathless blog-blast announcements all day.
The cop who leaked Rihanna‘s post-beating pics won’t face criminal charges. Which is great, because I trust you would all join me in burning down the entire fucking town that puts the cop who documented the attack in jail but celebrates the prettyboy pig fuck who did it to her.
Muse frontman discusses the band’s new song on the BBC. No sign of Skrillex.
Eddie Van Halen was in Back To The Future. No, really.
Liam Gallagher has begun playing Oasis material with his Beady Eye band, the first time he’s done so in three years. We won’t link to original source NME directly, since they never credit their sources (without public shame campaigns). Forget what your stupid mom says. Two wrongs DO make a right.