Linkin Park Debut New Song In Memory Of The Late Chester Bennington

A few days ago, Linkin Park hit the stage at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles with several guest artists to pay tribute to the late Chester Bennington with a special 31 song set that spanned over three hours. One of the most memorable moments of the night was when Mike Shinoda performed a new song, "Looking for an Answer" dedicated to Bennington. Shinoda revealled that he started writing the song about 8 days after Bennington's death. He has also admitted that he is not sure what the future holds for Linkin Park as a band, but believes that the song is a work in progress. The video can be viewed above. source


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Bam Margera Is BACK! And Skating Again Too

Check out this RAD video of Bam Margera skating the streets of Spain with Jenkem. He is planning to get sober, and do more of it too. It's good to have the old Bam back! source

Queen Celebrate 40 Years Since "News of the World" Was Released

Can you believe it has been 40 years since "We Will Rock You" and "We Are The Champions" were released!? To celebrate the anniversary, Queen are releasing a re-issued album of their 1977 "News Of The World", which is one of the biggest selling albums of all time. The album will hit our shelves on November 17, and will include never before heard lead vocals, the original album on CD, newly cut from the Bob Ludwig 2011 master, plus two other CDs of recently-unearthed out-takes and rarities from the Queen archives. In anticipation for the album, they have also released "Raw Session" versions of "We Will Rock You" and "We Are The Champions". They are EPIC. They have also dropped a lyric video f


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AC/DC Producer and Easybeats Musician George Young Dies Aged 70

AC/DC producer and The Easybeats' star George Young has died at the age of 70. AC/DC said in a statement the band would not exist without Young's "help and guidance". "As a musician, songwriter, producer, advisor and much, much more, you could not ask for a more dedicated and professional man," the statement read. "You could not ask for a finer brother. We will always remember him with gratitude and hold him close to our hearts." George was the eldest brother of Australian rock legends Malcolm and Angus Young. He was born in Scotland in 1946 but emigrated to Australia with his family when he was still a child. He shot to fame in the '60s as a guitarist for the Sydney-based rock band The Easy

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