“Crossing a Line” is a pop, rock and electronic hybrid that will appear on Shinoda’s forthcoming solo album.
“Sorry for Your Loss” is a folksy, melancholic ballad written in memory of the late Mark Linkous.
And in true, OC hardcore style, the new, raucous track clocks in at under two minutes.
The performance pays tribute to the late Audioslave and Soundgarden frontman, Chris Cornell.
The indie rock funnyman swaps places with his drummer to play an, err, ‘interesting’ cover of the Radiohead classic.
The Seattle band join forces with Chad Smith and Josh Klinghoffer of Red Hot Chili Peppers to take on Neil Young’s classic tune.
The record is an eccentric, ambitious odyssey that doesn’t give a damn about fitting into a genre.
The latest single from the UK band’s upcoming album, 'Wildness,' is inspired by frontman Gary Lightbody’s struggle with depression.
The bizarre clip for “Head Like a Haunted House” ventures into the nightmares of QOTSA frontman Josh Homme.
The rock ’n’ roll legends drop an unboxing video of their forthcoming ‘How the West was Won’ box set.