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By Unknown Hexis
If any of you are familiar with Linkin Park you will most likely have heard of Chester's tragic death. I believe that he may have been warning about his suicide through the names of th songs in the newest album. This album was "a personal album". Chris Cornell was a close friend of his and committed suicide in nearly the same way as him. The day that would have been Cornell's 53rd birthday is the day Chester committed suicide. I will update on this when I have time but I would like to know what your theories are about his death.
After nearly a five year hiatus, Breaking Benjamin is returning with new music...
Despite a recent legal dispute between members of the band, it looks as though Breaking Benjamin are back and ready to release new material with their updated lineup of drummer Shaun Foist (ex- Picture Me Broken), bassist Aaron Bruch, guitarists Jasen Rauch and Keith Wallen (ex- Adelitas Way), and original frontman Benjamin Burnley. The band have posted a brief teaser video, titled Coming Soon, which features themselves performing a short clip of new material. You can check out the video now below.
Are you excited to hear new material from the band? Video: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152586273718168 Source: http://www.altpress.com/news/entry/breaking_benjamin_tease_new_music_with_video_clip
By Caroline Zielinski and Bernard Zuel April 15, 2014 - 1:55PM AEST
AC/DC may be announcing their retirement as soon as Tuesday, according to media reports. The famous rock band, which formed in 1973, is one of the most popular and highest-grossing bands of all time.
Sources close to the band have confirmed that guitarist and songwriter Malcolm Young, 61, has returned to Australia with his family. He is believed to be unable to continue playing, although there has not been any explanation why.
By Draconian Guppy
Some pretty amazing songs ( to my liking) have popped up in the below threads, I was missing an important genre in my likes:
Alternative! Well, more like, Indie, folk, progressive, southern and anything not "mainstream" rock per se.
So I'll have my go:
Of monsters and men - Little talks
Paul Banks - The Base.
Edit: cr4p work filter blocks youtube
Yeah, I know there are musical services out there like last fm, but this a more "personalized" neowin version :D
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