Did an Eminem fansite edit Fall Out Boy fans booing MGK?

UPDATE: SEPT. 18, 6:27 P.M. EST Machine Gun Kelly deserves an apology. Not only was he not booed offstage by enraged  Orlando, Florida, Fall Out Boy fans Sunday, it appears the video was doctored to include the booing. This was discovered by the rapper’s fans and through further research by AP’s team. Billboard originally reported that Fall Out Boy fans booed Machine Gun Kelly’s performance of “Rap Devil” at Amway Center this past Sunday. The original post was uploaded to Southpawer Official, a site that has been in operation since 2015, describing itself as “the number one source for the Shady Records … Continue reading

Posthumous XXXTentacion, Lil Peep track is coming sooner than you think

An Instagram story from XXXTentacion’s account revealed that a posthumous collaboration with the other late rapper, Lil Peep is about to be available to fans everywhere. Read more: MGK booed off stage at Fall Out Boy gig for “Killshot” drama A graphic for the song “Falling Down” appeared on XXXTentacion’s official Instagram on Tuesday. The caption of the photo simply read, “dropping tomorrow @ 9 a.m. EST.” The same graphic appeared on Lil Peep’s Instagram story. [Photo by: XXXTentacion/Instagram] In XXXTentacion’s story, an additional graphic came before the big reveal. The text featured a heartbreaking line from one of XXXTentacion’s last studio … Continue reading

Fall Out Boy, Slipknot, BFMV featured on ‘WWE 2K19’ soundtrack

Disparate artists Fall Out Boy, Slipknot, Bullet For My Valentine and more will rock the soundtrack for the upcoming WWE 2K19 video game, the new professional wrestling title coming to PS4, Xbox One and Windows next month. Read more: MGK gets booed off stage at Fall Out Boy gig The tunes were hand-picked by the WWE stars themselves, with the Miz choosing BFMV’s “Skin,” Alexa Bliss favoring Fall Out Boy’s “Champion” and Seth Rollins optinng Slipknot. Meanwhile, Triple H opted for Metallica‘s “Spit It Out.” And while A. J. Styles is 2K19‘s new cover star, the music therein looks to … Continue reading

MxPx announce beer collaboration, release music videos for entire album

MxPx released their self-titled record earlier this year, and now the band is unleashing a compilation of music videos for each track—nine of which are brand-new. As if that’s not exciting enough, the band also announced a collaboration with Silver City Brewing who are producing a beer titled Best Life. The IPA features “Left-Coast hop character and a malt bill incorporating flaked wheat,” according to the brewery. The band previously partnered up with the brewery to produce a amber lager titled Secret Weapon last year. Pre-orders for Best Life begin today, which are available as just the beer or with … Continue reading

HEART's ANN WILSON To Perform On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

HEART singer Ann Wilson will perform her version of Lesley Gore‘s fearless 1963 hit “You Don’t Own Me” tomorrow (Wednesday, September 19) on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” The song is from her new album, “Immortal”, that was just released last week (September 14) and has been a highlight of her live shows. The album features 10 musically diverse tracks that pay tribute to some of Ann‘s influences and friends who’ve recently passed and whose music poignantly lives on. Ann recently discussed her reasoning for including the 1960s track on the album, telling Yahoo!: “‘You Don’t Own Me’ first came out at … Continue reading

OZZY OSBOURNE, SLAYER, JUDAS PRIEST, ALICE IN CHAINS, GHOST Set For Australia's DOWNLOAD Festival

OZZY OSBOURNE, SLAYER, JUDAS PRIEST, ALICE IN CHAINS and GHOST are among the confirmed bands for the 2019 installment of Australia’s Download festival, set tot take place in Sydney and Melbourne next March. Download 2019 will be a two-date, five-stage affair, hitting Sydney’s Parramatta Park on Saturday, March 9 and Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse on Monday, March 11. Download 2019 lineup is shaping up as follows: OZZY OSBOURNE SLAYER JUDAS PRIEST ALICE IN CHAINS GHOST RISE AGAINST THE AMITY AFFLICTION ANTHRAX HALESTORM BEHEMOTH ME FIRST AND THE GIMME GIMMES I PREVAIL CONVERGE FRENZAL RHOMB LUCA BRASI CODE ORANGE ANDY BLACK THE … Continue reading

Here’s everything you missed at Riot Fest 2018

Riot Fest returned for its fourteenth year this past weekend. Taking over Douglas Park in Chicago, the fest featured Taking Back Sunday, Weezer, the Front Bottoms, Pussy Riot, Interpol, Alkaline Trio, Calpurnia, SWMRS, Underoath and many, many more. We already can’t wait until next year (blink-182 will be performing after all). Head below for a recap if you missed out on this year’s festivities (or just want to relive the magical weekend). Read more: Pussy Riot share statement on Peter Verzilov’s poisoning condition [Photos by: Ryan Bakerink] #td_uid_1_5ba157afce9f6 .td-doubleSlider-2 .td-item1 { background: url(https://media.altpress.com/uploads/2018/09/RF-Friday-The-Fever-333-001-80×60.jpg) 0 0 no-repeat; } #td_uid_1_5ba157afce9f6 .td-doubleSlider-2 .td-item2 { … Continue reading