Plus, exclusive portraits of Shannon and the Clams, Sigrid, and Cloves.
There’s something for every type of music fan hitting the road this summer.
A sequel to the pair’s 2009 collaborative LP, Break Up.
The album was Grohl’s first with the Washington, DC punks.
The Brooklyn trio’s sophomore album comes with the shrewdness for success.
It boasts production from DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Buckwild, as well as guest appearances by Pharoahe Monch and M.O.P.