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2017-07-18

Pierce the Veil, Panic! at the Disco & more win "Alternative Press" Music Awards

The 2017 Alternative Press Music Awards, hosted by Andy Biersack of Black Veil Brides, took place in Cleveland Monday night, and Pierce the Veil and Panic! at the Disco were among the winners. Pierce the Veil took home the Album of the Year prize for Misadventures, while Panic! at the Disco was named Artist of the Year. Other winners included Falling in Reverse for Best Live Band, Andy Black's "We Don't Have to Dance" for Song of the Year and The Pretty Reckless for Best Hard Rock Artist. Additionally, Korn won the Vanguard Award, and Laura Jane Grace of Against…

posted 2017/07/18 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Listen to In This Moment's cover of "In the Air Tonight"

In This Moment has shared their cover of the Phil Collins classic "In the Air Tonight." Maria Brink and company's version starts with a slow build, much like the original track, before exploding with their own take on the song's iconic drum solo. You can listen to the cover, and watch its accompanying lyric video, now on YouTube. The "In the Air Tonight" cover appears on In This Moment's forthcoming album Ritual, which will be released July 21. Ritual also includes the lead single "Oh Lord" and the track "Black Wedding," which features vocals from the legendary Rob Halford of…

posted 2017/07/18 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Nine Inch Nails unleashes new "Add Violence" track, "This Isn't the Place"

Nine Inch Nails have premiered a new song called "This Isn't the Place," which will appear on the band's forthcoming EP, Add Violence. The song begins with a long, atmospheric instrumental build-up before Trent Reznor's voice finally surfaces. You can listen to "This Isn't the Place" now on YouTube. Add Violence, which features the single "Less Than," will be released July 21. It's the follow-up to the 2016 EP Not the Actual Events. A third, related EP is forthcoming. Nine Inch Nails will play their first concert in three years on Wednesday, July 19 when they perform in Bakersfield, California.…

posted 2017/07/18 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Crowd shouts "F*** Nickelback" at Stone Sour festival show

That Corey Taylor/Chad Kroeger feud has now reached the concert stage: the crowd shouted "f*** Nickelback" during Stone Sour's set at the Chicago Open Air festival over the weekend. When he realized what the crowd was chanting, Taylor smiled and said, "You guys are f****** insane." He then said he was going to play a "non-hit song" while making air quotations with his fingers before launching into the Stone Sour song "Bother." You can watch fan-shot footage of the moment now on YouTube. Last month, Kroeger dissed Stone Sour by calling the band "Nickelback light." "He talks about how easy…

posted 2017/07/18 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Rage Against the Machine and Prophets of Rage's Brad Wilk sitting in with "Late Night" house band

Brad Wilk of Rage Against the Machine, Prophets of Rage and Audioslave will lend Late Night with Seth Meyers his drumming skills, as he sits in with the show's 8G Band the week of July 24. Late Night has often used guest drummers to play with the 8G Band, including Mastodon's Brann Dailor, Patrick Carney of The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant's Jared Champion, Tool's Danny Carey, and Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. Last week, Wilk and Prophets of Rage released a new song called "Living on the 110," which will appear on the rap-rock supergroup's forthcoming debut album,…

posted 2017/07/18 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Highly Suspect teases arrival of third album

Highly Suspect just released their sophomore album The Boy Who Died Wolf in November, but the band's third effort could be fast approaching. In a tweet acknowledging the two-year anniversary of the band's debut album Mister Asylum, Highly Suspect writes, "Mister Asylum turns 2 years old today. Your brother, The Boy Who Died Wolf isn't even one yet, and your sister is on the way." The Boy Who Died Wolf features the singles "My Name Is Human" and "Little One." Highly Suspect is touring the U.S. in support of the album throughout the summer. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All…

posted 2017/07/18 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Lick it up! Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley to open rock 'n' roll restaurants in Chicago

Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS are bringing their Rock & Brews restaurant chain to Chicago with plans to open 10 to 15 locations in the city The Chicago Tribune reports that the rockers plan to expand the chain over the next five to seven years with the first Chicago-area restaurant scheduled to open next year, though the location is still being negotiated. An expansion that large is considered a risky gamble. The 67-year-old Simmons said, "Either Chicago is America or it's not. Everywhere we've gone, it works beyond expectation. The only thing you could say is, it's not…

posted 2017/07/18 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

2017-07-17

In This Moment schedules fall headlining tour

In This Moment has announced a fall headlining tour in support of their forthcoming album Ritual. The outing begins September 22 in Salt Lake City, Utah and will wrap up November 10 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Of Mice & Men and Avatar will open. Visit InThisMomentOfficial.com for ticket info. Ritual, In This Moment's sixth studio album, will be released July 21. It includes the lead single "Oh Lord," a cover of the Phil Collins classic "In the Air Tonight," and the song "Black Wedding," which features vocals from the legendary Rob Halford of Judas Priest. In This Moment is currently on…

posted 2017/07/17 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Nine Inch Nails teases "important" "Add Violence" artwork

It seems that everything Trent Reznor does has some mysterious, secret "other" meaning, and it looks the artwork for the upcoming Nine Inch Nails EP Add Violence will continue that trend. Reznor has shared the back cover art for Add Violence, accompanied by the following cryptic warning: "Remember when records had back covers? No? Maybe this one is important." Like the EP's front cover, the back artwork features a variety of button and knobs on a weathered recording console marked with words like "satisfaction," "morale," "submission" and "disorder." Additionally, there are a few references to the 2007 Nine Inch Nails…

posted 2017/07/17 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Coldplay premieres "Miracles (Someone Special)" lyric video

Coldplay may be British, but they turned to America for inspiration when it came to making the lyric video for their new song "Miracles (Someone Special)." The clip, streaming now on YouTube, features historical photos of immigrants arriving, working and living in the U.S. in the 19th and 20th centuries. "Miracles (Someone Special)" is a track from Coldplay's new EP Kaleidoscope, which is out now. The song features a guest verse from rapper Big Sean. Coldplay will launch a North American tour in August. Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

posted 2017/07/17 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Stone Sour announces fall headlining tour

Stone Sour will hit the road this fall on a North American tour in support of their new album, Hydrograd. The headlining trek begins September 24 in Omaha, Nebraska and will wrap up October 19 in Las Vegas. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, July 21 via StoneSour.com. Joining Stone Sour on the tour will be glam metallers Steel Panther, while Beartooth will open on select dates. Hydrograd, Stone Sour's sixth studio effort, features the lead single "Song #3," which currently sits at number one on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Songs chart. Stone Sour is currently touring behind Hydrograd on…

posted 2017/07/17 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock

Michael Stipe supports Radiohead's decision to play Israel concert

Radiohead will play a concert in Tel Aviv, Israel this Wednesday, July 19 -- a decision that's been met with criticism, particularly from Pink Floyd's Roger Waters. Now, Radiohead has received a nod of support from R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe. "I stand with Radiohead and their decision to perform," writes Stipe in an Instagram post. "Let's hope a dialogue continues, helping to bring the occupation to an end and lead to a peaceful solution." Waters supports the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, which calls for a cultural boycott of Israel over its treatment of Palestinians. He, along with over 50 other…

posted 2017/07/17 by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock