The former Oasis and The Smiths members team up for a performance of one of The Smiths’ greatest tracks.
Director Sing J. Lee takes us on an interstellar anime adventure.
The multi-instrumentalist debuts another captivating track from ‘Fragments & Wholes, Vol. 1′.
Tales from a time when women ruled the charts, a hilariously gross prank-off between Billy Idol and Faith No More and beyond!
“Yes, she has a friend named Gandalf who happens to be a wizard… I’m sorry, excuse me a minute.”
Somebody get this man a copy of Bayonetta 2.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have roughly 30 songs in the works for a new record, but some are a bit skeptical of the road ahead.
Mini Mansions, Black Milk, The Octopus Project and many more are featured in the first round of SXSW 2015 artists.
What would Halloween be without songs about the Devil to get us properly spooked?
The most magically psychedelic EDM adventure kicks into gear in Atlanta in Sept. 2015.
We’ll skip ‘Monster Mash’ to bring you ten OTHER classic monster songs to get your Halloween ghouljam on.
Two iconic legends collaborated on a 1975 track that never saw a proper release.
Metallica is ready to light up the Anaheim Convention Center.
Watch The Kills warm up for their big Halloween show with QOTSA a few days beforehand in Seattle.
“It’s about the most insane skin disorder you could imagine,” the Pearl Jam singer says in a video about the condition. “And when you realize it also affects the internal organs, you see it as diabolical.”
Shakira impressions! Lazy pop structure! You’ve heard this song a thousand times before, and changed the station every time.
Listen to the entire new Slipknot album before you can buy it.
Pulling The Chemical Brothers out of the woodwork, Lorde shows her curatorial skills in the latest offering from the new Hunger Games soundtrack.
Crave sits down with Los Angeles soul-rock quartet Vintage Trouble for a candid conversation.
Funny or Die takes Marilyn Manson out into the woods with a bunch of children… what could go wrong?