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16 Years Ago: Pearl Jam Work Through Their Issues With ‘Binaural’
The turn of the millennium found grunge icons Pearl Jam in a very introspective state.
The Day Def Leppard’s Steve Clark Died
Def Leppard's huge mainstream success with 'Pyromania' was in no small part due to the talents of Steve Clark.
26 Years Ago: Nirvana Play Their First New York City Show at the Pyramid Club
Man, we sure do love us some Nirvana. And it's no wonder -- they played a massive role in changing the face of rock music in a relatively short amount of time.
8 Years Ago: Smashing Pumpkins Release Their ‘Comeback’ Album, ‘Zeitgeist’
If you can move past the baggage that comes from a comeback album without half the original members, Smashing Pumpkins' 'Zeitgeist' holds up surprisingly well.
8-Year-Old Sings a Duet With Dave Grohl During Foo Fighters Show
There seems to be, in this modern world of ours, a distinct lack of true rock and roll heroes.
Throwback Thursday: Chris Cornell’s Foray Into R&B
As the Soundgarden frontman, Chris Cornell grabbed everyone's attention with his powerful vocals and dark, brooding lyrics.
Did Scott Weiland Just Troll an Audience With This Performance of ‘Vasoline?’
Was Scott Weiland trolling fans with his recent performance of "Vaseline"?
Throwback Thursday: Green Day Take the Late Night TV Stage in 1994
Is it just me, or did Billie Joe Armstrong look cooler with blonde hair?
Throwback Thursday: A Rockumentary On Young Up-And-Comers Soundgarden
Soundgarden became big-time rock stars during the grunge era of the '90s, but by then they'd already been making big waves in the '80s Seattle music scene.
Throwback Thursday: Weezer Sing About Their ‘Half Pipe’
Back in 2001, Weezer made their triumphant return to rock and roll with a song about, well, skateboarding, apparently.
Hey Everybody, Here’s the Nine Inch Nails + Carly Rae Jepsen Duet You Didn’t Want
Duets are often sweet ... but not always.
Faith No More Unveil New Track, ‘Superhero’ + ‘Sol Invictus’ Album Cover
Fans of heavy guitars, thumpy bass lines and big keyboard swells have something new in which they might revel.