Every supergroup has an origin story but some are far more surprising than others.
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They used to wish they were special. Now they're the most artistically significant band of the past two decades.
There will never be another Nirvana, but these current bands prove there could be another Bleach.
With all this talk of a possible Oasis reunion, we've been feeling nostalgic for those golden years when the chaps first broke out onto the scene.
Some are sacrilegious, others are sexually explicit and at least one is about serious digestive problems. Check out 27 band names sure to elicit a reaction.
While your list might not match up perfectly with ours, let's all at least agree there's never been any such thing as a bad Foo Fighters album.
We’re less than a month away from this year's SXSW Music Festival!
While you never can tell when another blizzard (or overhyped flurries) will add another day to winter, the record release calendar is just starting to heat up.
In honor of Blur's upcoming reunion album, 'The Magic Whip,' we've put together a list of some interesting Blur trivia.
Although they didn't create the wave of grunge that crashed over the mainstream in 1991, it was Pearl Jam who became the biggest band on the planet.