Album Review: DREAMCAR – DREAMCAR

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One would be hard-pressed to count all the hats Davy Havok has worn in the 20-plus years since his career took off as the frontman of that shape-shifting creature called AFI. From hardcore punk to devil-locked goth to bespoke rock‘n’roll star, Havok has shown a remarkable ability to inhabit every archetype he can dream up, stepping into each with a …

No Doubt/AFI supergroup DREAMCAR share another new track, “Born to Lie” — listen

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DREAMCAR, the new supergroup featuring No Doubt guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal, and drummer Adrian Young along with AFI frontman Davey Havok, only debuted earlier this week, but they’re already back with another track. Following up on Monday’s “Kill For Candy”, the band has today shared a song called “Born to Lie”. Despite the fact that Gwen Stefani said her (former?) bandmates “wanna be …

Mike Patton takes lead on metal supergroup Dead Cross’ new song “Shillelagh” — listen

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Late last year, Mike Patton replaced Gabe Serbian as the frontman of hardcore supergroup Dead Cross. The band, which features ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo, Justin Pearson (The Locust, Retox, Head Wound City), and Michael Crain (Retox, Festival of Dead Deer),  today shared their first recording featuring Patton at the helm, “Shillelagh”. The track is a fitful bombardment of thrashing metal with an air of punk playfulness …

Dave Grohl, A Tribe Called Quest, Anderson .Paak supergroup to perform at the 2017 Grammy Awards

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Photos by David Brendan Hall / Philip Cosores The 2017 Grammy Awards look to be doing everything in their power to ensure a high viewership, especially amidst high-profile boycotts from hip-hop and rap darlings Kanye West, Drake, and Frank Ocean. Along with booking Daft Punk’s first live gig in three years, the awards ceremony plans to stage a monster collaborative performance featuring …