Legendary U.K. punks Wire are back with their 15th album, 'Silver/Lead.'
Damon Albarn's supergroup with Simon Tong (the Verve), Tony Allen (Fela Kuti) and Paul Simonon (the Clash) released its debut on Jan. 22, 2007.
We're ranking all of the British musician's studio albums, including his work with Blur, Gorillaz and many, many side projects.
Mumford and Sons have added some shows to their festival and U2 opening slots.
The legendary Kinks frontman has brought in the Jayhawks for his new album, 'Americana.'
The metal supergroup threw a "Tribute to Fallen Heroes" concert, which included a take on a David Bowie classic.
Based on some old tweets, White House press secretary Sean Spicer is a fan of a band he called "Daft Funk."
Jaki Liebezeit, the founding (and only) drummer of krautrock pioneers Can, has died at age 78 after a sudden bout with pneumonia.
It’s not quite a cover or a new song. Sunn O))) remodeled Metallica’s “For Whom the Bells Tolls” when the drone metal band released "F.W.T.B.T" in 2002.
Audioslave reunited at the Anti-Inaugural Ball thrown by Prophets of Rage, a protest of the inauguration of Donald Trump.