In the spirit of a holiday that commemorates one infamously tentative alliance, we present 21 musical collaborations that just couldn't stand the test of time.
Deerhoof always sound like they're about to fly off the rails, and their unhinged interplay thrives throughout their first live album.
Frontman Jesse Hughes said, "I want to be the first band to play in Le Bataclan when it opens back up because I was there when it went silent."
The soundtrack for Brett Morgen's Kurt Cobain documentary comprised of rare demos officially landed on Nov. 13 but only sold 5,000 copies in its first week.
"Sell-outs suck, in my opinion," the ex-Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist writes. "It's a shame it's become so normal, expected, and acceptable to be one."
"To everyone who, in the face of unrelenting evil, went toe to toe using courage, compassion, and love as their weapons," Dorio wrote. "You all are my heroes."
If you ever thought the artwork for Muse's 2003 full-length looks a lot like a classic Pink Floyd album cover, there's a good reason for that.
The trio will reissue their Grammy-winning 2004 punk-rock opera, 'American Idiot,' on special-edition vinyl this Friday, Nov. 27.
"All we can say is it’s going to be different, with new unreleased songs," the band said in a statement. "Beyond that, we can only ask you to trust us."
The legendary Celtic punks will celebrate two decades of rowdy existence the best way they know how.