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Coldplay pay heartfelt tribute to Chester Bennington, as heartless people auction off funeral packages

Posted by on August 2, 2017

TMZ has acquired a copy of Chester Bennington’s death certificate, confirming what we already know, the Linkin Park singer committed suicide with a belt. Within the last few weeks, musicians from all genres have been sharing their thoughts on social media and paying a tribute while on tour. During Coldplay’s set last night (1) at […]

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Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes claims he didn’t trash Coldplay’s table in ‘protest’

Posted by on February 19, 2016

Most of the award ceremonies are boring and are basically a bunch of famed people patting each other’s back on how popular they are but yesterday, we reported about Bring Me The Horizon trashing Coldplay’s table at the NME award show in  in Brixton, south London. The whole scene was entertaining on its own and the […]

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Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes trashed Coldplay’s table at NME awards

Posted by on February 18, 2016

The NME awards ceremony happened last night at the O2 Academy in Brixton, south London and while the magazine gives awards to many fields of the entertainment business, they had their own entertainment going on involving the standing feud between Bring Me The Horizon and Coldplay. During the event, Bring Me The Horizon took over the […]

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Deftones’ Chino Moreno doesn’t like Coldplay either

Posted by on February 9, 2016

The Super Bowl was a mixed bag for pretty much everyone. Carolina sucked big time, Denver’s win was marred by Peyton’s weird Budweiser shout-outs and kissing Papa John. And then there was the halftime show. Metallica stole the show the prior evening, and when it was announced that Coldplay would be headlining, the nation let […]

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Bring Me the Horizon looking for ‘True Friends’

Posted by on November 5, 2015

Bring Me the Horizon have just released the second video from their latest album, That’s The Spirit, their first since joining Columbia Records. The video is their second from the new album (“Throne” came out in July), and was directed by vocalist Oliver Sykes, with British actor Steve Oram seen throughout. Sykes explained the meaning behind the song in a Facebook […]

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Did Coldplay rip off Bring Me The Horizon?

Posted by on November 3, 2015

Quick answer, no, but we’ll entertain the thought. For the last few days posters have been popping up around London with a mysterious-looking, but colorful artwork claiming something was coming on December 4. Obsessive Coldplay fans noticed that singer Chris Martin wore a shirt with the same design when he played the Global Citizen Festival in […]

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Machine Head’s Robb Flynn: Coldplay fan

Posted by on September 24, 2014

Machine Head’s Robb Flynn recently discussed the current state of metal music and his love for “stark pop” with Metal Hammer. When asked about the overall well being of metal in 2014 Flynn he said “it all goes in cycles.” According to Flynn “We kind of had a little bit of a peak in the mid-2000s […]

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Watch a 13 year-old shred Yngwie Malmsteen

Posted by on January 8, 2014

Meet John Waldefeldt. He’s only 13 years old (maybe 14 now?), but he’s already a damn good guitar player. In fact, he’s been at it since he was 9. Gear Gods brought him to our attention, and he’s been posting YouTube clips of him playing since we was nine. You can see him progress from playing […]

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Century Media Back On Spotify

Posted by on July 30, 2012

While much of America has gotten on board with Spotify since they launched in a year ago (especially since their integration with Facebook), there have been some notable holdouts from the service. While it’s mainly been established bands (Tool, Pink Floyd, Zeppelin, The Beatles) or acts waiting to put their newer full length albums up […]

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U.S. Album Sales Honeymoon Is Over

Posted by on July 6, 2012

So now that 2012 is more than half over, the folks at Billboard have crunched some numbers for record sales for the first half of the year. And while last year at this time showed album sales increasing for the first time since 2004, it’s back to business as usual this year. Album sales for the […]

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