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How Van Halen Brought a Hamburger to Life in ‘Better Off Dead’
Band's 1980 hit soundtracked an animated sequence from the John Cusack movie.
5 Hit TV Shows That Premiered After the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is usually the highest-rated single television broadcast of the year -- so the program that airs right afterwards typically follows suit and rides the game's coattails to big ratings.
Freddie Mercury Biopic Bites the Dust
That much-hyped Freddie Mercury biopic may be over before it's even begun. Now that actor Sacha Baron Cohen has bailed on the project, the film's screenwriter hears its death knell.
Foghat and Warrant Songs Featured in New ‘Jackass’ Trailer
The latest movie in MTV's 'Jackass' franchise, 'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa,' features the usual mess of nut shots and gross-out gags. But this one's a bit different than the three movies that have preceded it; this one actually has a plot. Plus some classic rock from Foghat and Warrant in the trailer.
Judas Priest Slated for Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp in Vegas
Ever wanted to hang out with Judas Priest? If you have at least five grand and some vacation time coming up, you'll get the chance early next year at Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp. Frontman Rob Halford, bassist Ian Hill, drummer Scott Travis and new guitarist Richie Faulkner will all be part of 'Hell Bent for Vegas,' taking place Feb. 27 through Mar. 2, 2014, at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Si
Supermodel Bar Refaeli to Roger Waters: Stop Using My Picture
Roger Waters is a longtime and vocal opponent of the Israeli government's treatment of the Palestinian people. He's called for a cultural boycott and even put a Star of David on an inflatable pig during a recent concert in Belgium, earning the wrath of everyone from Jewish rabbis to his fellow musicians.
Metallica Announce New Documentary
Metallica are currently in the midst of an Asian tour that's taking them through South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and -- for the first time ever -- China, where the band did two sold-out shows in Shanghai earlier this week and filmed its time there for a new documentary.
Former Mobster Whitey Bulger Found Guilty of Racketeering, Conspiracy and Murder
After an eight-week trial that often resembled a story arc on 'The Sopranos,' former mobster Whitey Bulger was found guilty of racketeering, conspiracy and 11 counts of murder by a jury in a US District Court on Monday.
AC/DC Introduce Platinum Wine
Two years ago, Australian winery Warburn Estate launched its first AC/DC-inspired libations -- complete with creative names like Back In Black Shiraz, Hells Bells Sauvignon Blanc and You Shook Me All Night Long Moscato. They were such a success that Warburn and the band are now following up with another one: AC/DC Platinum.
Grateful Dead’s 1972 Benefit Concert Set for Release
On Aug. 1, the late Jerry Garcia’s birthday, Dead Heads got a treat: a special one-time theatrical showing of a 1972 benefit concert the Grateful Dead performed in Veneta, Ore., for the Kesey family’s Springfield Creamery. But if you missed it, you're in luck. The Dead are releasing the whole thing on CD, DVD, LP and via digital download.
Actor Paul Rudd Joins Rush Onstage at Tour Finale
In the 2009 hit movie 'I Love You, Man,' Paul Rudd and Jason Segel play buddies who bond over a shared love of the holy triumvirate known as Rush (the guys jam to the band's songs, and Rush themselves appeared in the movie during a concert scene). Later on, Rudd and Segel reprised their roles alongside the band members in a Funny or Die video that closed the shows on Rush's 2010-11 Time Machine To
See Dee Snider in ‘Holliston’ Video for ‘Love It Down Your Throat’
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider has a side gig playing Lance Rockett -- lead singer of the Van Halen tribute band Dyver Down -- on the FEARnet sitcom 'Holliston.' And to mark the occasion of the show's second season finale on Tuesday night (Aug. 6), the full video for Dyver Down's first original song was released online.