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The Killers Tease New Music During Livestream

The Killers have teased the release of new music, sharing two brief clips of the same song in a short Instagram Live broadcast.

In the clip archived from a January 20 Livestream, Ronnie Vannucci Jr., plays a short audio excerpt, before leading viewers around the group’s recording studio. “That’s all you want, that’s all you get,” Vannucci says after playing four bars of the new song.

Later in the video, as Vannucci enters another part of the studio, more of the same unreleased track can be heard. The Killers also promised to do a live Q&A with fans “pretty soon”, just before ending the Instagram Live session.

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Yungblud & Machine Gun Kelly Drop Video

YUNGBLUD and Machine Gun Kelly just dropped a new video. The duo along with blink-182's Travis Barker released their zombie-filled video for “acting like that” after teasing it earlier this week and it will truly make you wish you could turn into a zombie.

While the trio wasn't able to shoot the video together, they managed to seamlessly get it done while being on two different continents. “From different sides of the planet but we did it,” Dom captioned a series of photos from the music video shoot as he celebrated the release.

“This song is a direct representation of what happens when me, MGK and Travis get in a room together, says YUNGLBUD. “an accumulation of mad electricity and energy. we couldn’t be together right now so instead of superimposing one of us in a weird green screen video we did zombie apocalypse.”

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Royal Blood Announce New Album

Royal Blood has officially announced their third studio album. It’s titled "Typhoons" and due for arrival this April.

This is the follow-up to their 2017 "How Did We Get So Dark?" and goes away from their garage rock growl for something more suitable for the club. “We sort of stumbled on this sound, and it was immediately fun to play,” Mike Kerr noted in a statement.

We already had a chance to hear their first single from the album, “Trouble’s Coming," but now the album’s second single, the newly unveiled title track, also follows suit as it struts around flaunting disco-rock flair. “This song was one [of] those special moments where the process didn’t resemble writing whatsoever,” Royal Blood said on Facebook. “More like being tethered to the earth, receiving holy lightning.” 

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Metallica Producer Sells Rights To "Black" Album

Veteran producer Bob Rock has sold his producer rights to Metallica’s 1991 self-titled LP (aka “The Black Album”) and several Michael Bublé recordings. The purchase was made by the Hipgnosis Songs Fund, a company that has scooped up the publishing rights to several other music catalogs in recent months.

The LP is the biggest-selling album of the SoundScan era, featuring the hit “Enter Sandman”, among other Metallica classics. Hipgnosis founder and artist manager Merck Mercuriadis praised Rock’s work for being “evergreen.”

Rock welcomed the deal and offered his own words of gratitude in response: “I put my heart and soul into these recordings. I know how much Merck loves music, so it was an easy deal to put together.”

Hipgnosis recently made headlines when it acquired 50% of the publishing rights to Neil Young’s 1,180-song catalog. 

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KORN was almost called . . . LARRY???

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The surviving BEACH BOYS might be doing something to celebrate their 60th anniversary.

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