The turn of the millennium found grunge icons Pearl Jam in a very introspective state.
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Check out how we rank each of the Chili Peppers' albums, do a little dance and then drink a little water.
The frontman was reportedly suffering from 'extreme stomach pain' and the Chili Peppers were forced to cancel their headlining set at the KROQ Weanie Roast.
Nirvana often get credit for firing the first shots of the alternative revolution of the '90s, but it all began nearly a decade earlier with Jane's Addiction.
In the midst of the hair metal era, Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro and Jane's Addiction took to Hollywood's Sunset Strip to record their informal 1987 debut.
Although Smashing Pumpkins just finished their 'acoustic-electro' tour, Billy Corgan grabbed his acoustic guitar for another intimate gig at his own tea shop.
Scott Avett traverses Asheville Regional Airport to meet up with the Avett Brothers in the video he directed for their upcoming album's first single.
After the commercial disappointment of their dark 1996 album, 'Pinkerton,' Weezer reemerged in 2001 with a familiar sound and aesthetic that would soon define them.
Radiohead asked artists to create short vignettes based on their new album and they've posted the first: an ethereal clip for 'Glass Eyes.'
The movie ties together all of the videos from Florence + the Machine's latest, 'How Big How Blue How Beautiful.'