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Live has released another new song from the band's upcoming album, The Turn. Entitled, "We Open the Door," the new track can now be heard on the band's YouTube page. The video is introduced by guitarist Chad Taylor, who gives his thoughts on "We Open the Door."
Five Finger Death Punch will live stream their October 11 show from The Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, GA as a part of Yahoo's streaming concert series. The stream will begin at 9:45 p.m. ET via the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen.
The video for Bush's single, "The Only Way Out," premiered today online via Vevo. Directed by Jesse Davey, it features frontman Gavin Rossdale running through explosions while carrying a television showing him singing the lyrics.
Eddie Vedder has officially released his cover of John Lennon's "Imagine" via iTunes. The live recording is a stripped-down version of the song, featuring only Vedder's vocals and an acoustic guitar -- as well as the united voice of the crowd.
On October 1, 1984 -- 30 years ago today -- U2 released their fourth album, The Unforgettable Fire. The record was a huge commercial hit and would go on to receive triple platinum certification and peak at 12 on the Billboard 200.
(NEW YORK) -- The cast of the Angry Birds movie was announced on Wednesday, with a little bit of a Saturday Night Live feel, as former stars Jason Sudeikis, Maya Rudolph and Bill Hader will be in the film, alongside Frozen's Josh Gad and Game of Thrones fan-favorite Peter Dinklage.
(NEW YORK) -- Amal Alamuddin's close friend, Jae Kim, said George Clooney, 53, was not the only one who changed for the better when he met his future wife -- he changed her, as well.
(NEW YORK) -- It's an exciting time for Jordin Sparks: her latest movie, Left Behind, arrives in theaters on Friday, and she's preparing to release her first new music in five years.
(LOS ANGELES) -- On ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday night, Jimmy Kimmel confirmed that he has been named by the virus fighters at McAfee the Internet's "Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrity," a badge he wears with honor.