Every time Jack White and Jack Black get together, we can always be certain that only great things will come of it.
Korn’s Korn Koffee is the bands brand of coffee that you can get online and it was curated by the members of the band. The coffee is a dark roasted blend of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, Guatemalan Huehuetenango, and Organic Peru beans mixed with Vintage Black Diamond by J. Gursey Coffee.
Jack black, actor and musician (School of Rock, Tenacious D), plays through his gaming YouTube channel Jablinski Games. On it, he usually plays old school games and does a few vlogs. But this time he is trying out streaming and playing Minecraft! But for this stream, it was for a cause.
Get Scared released their new album The Dead Days on April 19th and they released this documentary for that album after being on a hiatus.
Guitarist Johnny Braddock says The Dead Days album is about coming to terms with death. He directed, filmed and edited the documentary.
You can also listen to the album here.
Saturday morning, fans were confused when they opened their Spotify, Google Play or Apple Music apps, and were being shown that Nothing More had a new album on their band page. Some fans even got notifications about this album.
Nothing More later posts to social media stating that this album is not theirs and that is was actually a album being released for Eminem.
Nonetheless, everyone seems to be having fun with this announcement and joking around.
If you missed out on getting this 10 shade eyeshadow palette’s signed by Palaye Royale at Warped Tour 2018, you can get yours online. It’s limited stock, so get to it!
WWE’s Bray Wyatt posts to twitter, putting Avenged Sevenfold, Parkway Drive, Amigo The Devil and Framing Hanley’s frontman Kenneth Nixon to the challange.
In London, from June 15-24 at the Southbank Centre, The Cure’s Robert Smith is the curator of the 25th Meltdown festival.
There are more artists to come, but so far, we’ve got a grand list of bands that will be playing including: Deftones, Nine Inch Nails, The Libertines, Manic Street Preachers, Mogwai, My Bloody Valentine, Placebo, The Psychedelic Furs, 65DaysOfStatic, Alcest, The Anchoress, The Church, Kathryn Joseph, Mono, and The Notwist.
Tickets are on sale March 15th.
Chicago Open Air posts on its social media accounts and website that it will be taking a hiatus this year.
Many fans and festival-goers are left disappointed, as many of them have been waiting for a “big announcement” after Chicago Open Air posted this status:
But hey, we can be excited for 2019!