He also explains why his new solo album marks a major thematic departure.
“Sleepyhead” and more are coming to San Diego, Vancouver, New York, Chicago, and more this spring.
Bassist Bob Hardy talks about remixes, reviving old favorites, and the benefits of building upon the past.
Noah Lennox also explains what sets apart his new album from his previous three releases.
Brooklyn indie rockers will return to the road for the first time since 2015.
Geologist premiered “House (HBDMPP Edit)” during his NTS radio show.
He also discusses his inclusion in the new Elvis Presley movie The King.
Their first new music since 2008’s Consolers of the Lonely.
The iconic songwriter also discusses embracing songs by performing them live rather than by listening to them.
On its 10th anniversary we can celebrate this terrible movie for one thing: it understands a teen’s worst impulses.
Plus, the band has unveiled three new “eSingle” bundles highlighting key tracks form the album.
The deluxe reissue will of Slipknot’s All Hope Is Gone album will arrive on December 7th.