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Ghost to Release Limited Edition 10″, Including ABBA Cover with Dave Grohl

Ghost to Release Limited Edition 10″, Including ABBA Cover with Dave Grohl

Swedish cult heroes Ghost will release their sophomore album, Infestissumam, in the spring. But right now, preorders are being taken for the strictly limited 10″ clear vinyl version of lead single “Secular Haze,” which features as its B-side Ghost’s cover version of ABBA’s “I’m A Marionette” with none other than Dave Grohl handling production duties […]

Corey Taylor and Dave Grohl Collaborative Song, “From Can to Can’t,” Streaming Online

Corey Taylor and Dave Grohl Collaborative Song, “From Can to Can’t,” Streaming Online

“From Can to Can’t”, the collaboration between Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor (pictured left) and Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl, is available for streaming in the YouTube clip below. The song will appear on Sound City: Real To Reel, the soundtrack to Grohl’s upcoming documentary, Sound City. The track also features Cheap Trick guitarist […]

Dave Grohl Directing New Soundgarden Video

Dave Grohl Directing New Soundgarden Video

Grunge legends Soundgarden have enlisted in Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters, Nirvana) to direct the music video for “By Crooked Steps.” The song comes of the band’s first release in over 15 years, King Animal. The band is posting photos from the film shoot on their Twitter account. Some are below.           […]

Paul McCartney, Nirvana Members Release Studio Version of “Cut Me Some Slack”

Paul McCartney, Nirvana Members Release Studio Version of “Cut Me Some Slack”

Last night on Saturday Night Live, Sir Paul McCartney and the surviving members of Nirvana performed their new track, “Cut Me Some Slack,” for the second time in four days. The collective, which features McCartney, Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear (“Sirvana,” anyone?), originally debuted the song last Wednesday night at the 12.12.12 Concert […]

Video: Paul McCartney and Reunited Nirvana Perform New Song, “Cut Me Some Slack”

Video: Paul McCartney and Reunited Nirvana Perform New Song, “Cut Me Some Slack”

Watch their performance from the 12-12-12 benefit concert

Dave Grohl to Assume Drumming Duties for New Queens of the Stone Age Album

Dave Grohl to Assume Drumming Duties for New Queens of the Stone Age Album

With the Foo Fighters taking an extended break, Dave Grohl is keeping busy with his Sound City documentary. On top of that, signs are pointing to the former Nirvana drummer once again sitting behind the skins on the new album from Queens of the Stone Age. QOTSA frontman Josh Homme announced the departure of drummer […]

Dave Grohl: “I’m Not Sure When the Foo Fighters are Going to Play Again”

Dave Grohl: “I’m Not Sure When the Foo Fighters are Going to Play Again”

After the Internet was all abuzz following Dave Grohl’s comments during this past weekend’s Global Citizen Festival in New York’s Central Park that hinted a Foo Fighters hiatus, the head Foo himself has issued an open letter to fans clarifying matters. The full letter reads: “Hey everyone… “Dave here. Just wanted to write and thank […]

Danko Jones Picks the Top Five “Daves” in Rock and Metal

Danko Jones Picks the Top Five “Daves” in Rock and Metal

Shakespeare once asked, “What’s in a name?” Well, a hell of a lot. Just ask vocalist-guitarist Danko Jones (pictured left) of the hard-rock group also named Danko Jones, who will release their new album, Rock and Roll Is Black and Blue, on October 9. “I’ve always had a fondness for people named Dave or David,” […]

John Connolly of Projected and Sevendust Picks the Top Five Supergroups

John Connolly of Projected and Sevendust Picks the Top Five Supergroups

Projected–the supergroup featuring members of Sevendust, Alter Bridge, and Creed–recently released their debut album, Human, which won Revolver‘s Album of the Week poll last week. Now main man John Connelly, also of Sevendust, selects his personal favorite supergroups.       1. Bad Company “Great songwriting with Paul Rogers voice makes for an awesome combination. […]

Dave Grohl Clarifies his GRAMMY Acceptance Speech: “Look, I am not Yngwie Malmsteen.”

Dave Grohl Clarifies his GRAMMY Acceptance Speech: “Look, I am not Yngwie Malmsteen.”

At the GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl made some statements (reprinted below) that appeared to be about him hating electronic music when he accepted the Best Rock Performance trophy for his band (which is up for several Revolver Golden Gods Awards). Now he’s issued the statement below clarifying his remarks. Let […]