Music: Pantera, Metallica, David Crosby ,The Rolling Stones, Evanescence!

PANTERA Announces Summer 2023 North American Tour With LAMB OF GOD.

Houston Aug 17 - Woodlands, TX - The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

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Metallica released a new song yesterday called "Screaming Suicide" and a video. 


It's off their upcoming album, "72 Seasons", which comes out April 14th.


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R.I.P. David Crosby 

David Crosby . . . a founding member of both the Byrds and Crosby, Stills, & Nash . . . died yesterday after a "long illness." He was 81 years old.

Crosby was active on Twitter right up until Wednesday. One of his final Tweets was this critique on Heaven . . . quote, "I heard the place is overrated . . . cloudy."



Crosby was with the Byrds from 1964 until 1967, when he formed CS&N with Stephen Stills and Graham Nash. They later added Neil Young to become Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.



They broke up in the '70s but would reform in various combinations over the years . . . despite not always getting along.



In a statement, Graham Nash noted that their relationship was volatile, but he added, quote, "What has always mattered to David and me more than anything was the pure joy of the music we created together . . .


"The sound we discovered with one another, and the deep friendship we shared over all these many long years."



Crosby famously spent five months in prison in 1986 on drug and weapons charges . . . and received a liver transplant in 1994 after years of drug and alcohol abuse.



Crosby is a two-time inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with both the Byrds and C,S&N.



He was also the producer of . . . Melissa Etheridge's children.  (???) In 2000, she revealed the Crosby was the DONOR for her two kids with then-partner Julie Cypher. One of them died in 2020 due to drug addiction at the age of 21.



In addition to the other child he fathered for Melissa, Crosby is survived by his wife, two sons, and two daughters.



(Here's a list of the Top 10 David Crosby songs, including some of his solo tracks.)



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Evanescence Creates Make-Up Line


Evanescence is crossing over… into the world of make-up. The “Bring Me To Life” group is partnering with HipDot to create a line of cosmetics that celebrates the band’s debut album “Fallen.” "HipDot continues to blend beauty and pop culture in unique and unexpected ways,” released the company. “And with this we are especially excited to bring to life this new beauty concept with a band as iconic as Evanescence.”

Continuing an idea, they first began with Korn in support of the 25th anniversary of their album “Follow The Leader,” HipDot has created a line inspired by specific songs. Among those announced for Evanescence’s brand are “Bring Me To Life” (blue/grey), “Haunted” (blue/silver), and “My Immortal” (royal blue).

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The Rolling Stones have joined TikTok.

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Tickets to Madonna's new tour go on sale today. 

In honor of that, we found a 1993 Nirvana interview of Kurt Cobain being shocked after hearing she was charging $50 a ticket. (Nirvana's were $17. They find out during the interview how much of that they get to keep.)

New Music from Maneskin, New Found Glory


• "Rush!"Maneskin. This is their third album.  Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello is a guest on the song "Gossip".

 "Make the Most of It"New Found Glory. This is their twelfth album. It's acoustic.

Joe Trohman Taking "Mental Health Break" From Fall Out Boy


After months of teasing finally led up to the release of their new single “Love From The Other Side” and the announcement of a new album, Fall Out Boy’s guitarist is stepping back. Joe Trohman has revealed he is “taking a break” due to mental health reasons. In a statement, Trohman disclosed that his “mental health has been rapidly deteriorating over the past several years.”

Citing Neil Young, Trohman began by claiming, “it’s better to burn out than fade away.” Trohman then went on to explain his impending absence and assured fans he will “one hundred percent” return to the band. But, he says, his focus, for now, is on “putting myself and my mental health first.” 

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The Best Song to Fall Asleep to Is "Dynamite" by BTS. 



There was a study in Denmark to find out the best music to fall asleep to. Researchers used Spotify and analyzed more than 200,000 songs to see which appeared most on sleep playlists.



(You can see the study here. Scroll to "Discussion" and click on "S4 Table" to view/download the Top 20 tracks.)



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Metallica Presents: "The Helping Hands Concert"

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