Papa Roach dropped their tenth studio album, Who Do You Trust?, today (January 18), and if you think some of the tracks sound tonally different from the band’s previous work, you’re not just hearing things. In fact, there’s a very unique reason why this album sounds the way it does.
In November 2018, the Foo Fighters announced they would be headlining DIRECTV’s Super Saturday Night concert, with Run The Jewels providing support. Of course, in true Foo fashion, they couldn’t just announce streaming details in only the written word. No, there had to be a short film, too.
The current partial government shutdown has led to a number of dining establishments offering deals on their menu, but Rock & Brews, the restaurant chain co-owned by KISS’ Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, has taken things one step further.
Last night’s concert I Am The Highway: A Tribute To Chris Cornell was a show for the ages featuring Cornell’s bandmates from Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog, contemporary acts Metallica and the Foo Fighters and also a number of special guests.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers made headlines with a recent concert announcement at an unconventional venue. Of course, this isn’t the first time in rock history that bands have performed at unlikely concert venues.