Brooklyn indie rockers will return to the road for the first time since 2015.
“We connected to ‘Zombie’ because we were born from violence,” the Chicago rapper says in a statement.
He also discusses David Bowie’s influence and pushing the pop envelope.
The band’s most popular album stands as the artistic culmination of a decade of game-changing indie rock.
The groundbreaking HBO series leaves a dark legacy two decades later.
Plus, they played “Ohio River” with the help of diehard fan Jimmy Fallon.
He also talks politics and explains why people are shrinking into themselves.
Ahead of their emo rockers’ world tour that begins next week.
He also discusses his inclusion in the new Elvis Presley movie The King.
He also talks about resurrecting Davy Jones’ vocals for Good Times!
The masterpiece that saw a perfectionist Hendrix push himself and his band to their limits.
In further celebration of the 25th anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).