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    Foo Fighters recorded its upcoming album Sonic Highways in eight U.S. cities, including Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. We asked bassist Nate Mendel which of the eight towns that Foo Fighters visited was his favorite: "It's New Orleans, 'cause it's such a unique town and we -- we just had fun there really, is what it came down to. It wasn't a studio, we were in the Preservation Hall, which seems like it's a movie set -- it doesn't even seem like a real building. And yeah, we just did things that like are so far out of our normal orbit of experience as a band." premiere of the eight-part HBO documentary, also called Sonic Highways, which chronicles the making of the album.



    Slipknot member Shawn Crahan recently revealed to Rolling Stone that the band made their new drummer visit the grave of former Bassist Paul Gray upon joining the band.

    He told the magazine, "I made him pay his respects and say hello. I told him what we're gonna do, and we got on a fucking plane and flew to f***ing L.A." The group is rumored to have hired Jay Weinberg, son of Springsteen drummer Max Weinberg, to replace founding member Joey Jordison.

    • Guitarist Mick Thomson discussed their new hire with Guitar World saying, "We kinda knew who we wanted from the start, and we got him. We knew from the get-go that there wasn't going to be any issues with him. We did get lucky, I guess. He knew all the old material anyway. He'd grown up with the band. That made things easier."
    • It also believed that the band replaced Gray with Alessandro "Vman" Venturella but they have chosen not reveal the identities of either of the two new members.
    • The new Slipknot album, .5: The Gray Chapter, will be released on Tuesday (October 21st.)


    The Foo Fighters closed out their week-long stint at Late Show With David Letterman with a Top Ten list reading. The subject? "Top Ten Things Foo Fighters Would Like To Say After Spending a Week at the Late Show."

    And here's the list:
    10. We agreed to be here cause we thought Dave was dying.
    9. A big thank you to the dozens of people watching.
    8. So far no mention of us getting paid.
    7. All in all, not a bad place to be quarantined.
    6. Next week, catch us on Judge Judy.
    5. I never got to plug my cookbook.
    4. Every staffer here asked me for weed.
    3. Not every Top 10 list is a winner.
    2. I'll miss you, (announcer) Alan (Kalter).
    1. And we thought we were dysfunctional.

    Foo Fighters' last peformance of the week on the Late Show featured Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen on "Something For Nothing," a song from the upcoming Sonic Highways which was inspired by Chicago. Nielsen also guests on the album version of the single, which was recorded at producer Steve Albini's Electrical Audio studio.

    Guests throughout the week who joined Foo Fighters included Zac Brown, Ann and Nancy Wilson from Heart, and Tony Joe White.

    Foo Fighter's new HBO series, Sonic Highways, premiered on Friday (October 17th) night.

    Their album of the same name will be in stores on November 10th.


    Theory of a Deadman have released a video for their new song "Savages" starring Alice Cooper. The track is from their album of the same name which was released in July.

    Alice's contribution is a spoken word message saying, "Time after time we never learn from our mistakes / When we will realize we're all just the same / We're all humans fighting human nature to stay alive / We're predators teaching our children to be just like us / To fear and hate like us / Will we ever realize we're just savages? / God save us all."

    • The legendary rocker's part was recorded at his home studio in Phoenix. Band member Tyler Connolly recently told Loudwire, "He was great, you know he was a pro. He had never seen the lyrics before. He said, 'I have this.'"

    "Savages" Video:


    Papa Roach's upcoming eighth studio album, F.E.A.R. (Face Everything And Rise), was a bit of a departure from the band's usual creative method. They recently discussed their process with Blabbermouth and revealed a bit of what fans can expect from the news tracks.

    Lead singer Jacoby Shaddix said, "Usually when we begin working, we'll have a bunch of demos, and I'll have a bag of lyrics ready to go. We didn't have those things this time. When we were touring 'The Connection', I was really focused on keeping my life together. Every time I would go on the road, I'd start clean and come home a mess. I let the road tear me apart. This time, I focused on keeping my relationships strong, my sober self healthy, and my spiritual life healthy. I didn't have time to write, to be honest." Bassist Tobin Esperance added, "We wanted to do things a little bit differently. During the last record, the four of us had reconnected and gotten closer. We were in such a good place, so we all helped each other out on this one. There was no pressure. There were no expectations. We chose to work with somebody we'd never worked with before, go to a place we'd never lived previously, not worry, write songs from scratch, and have fun. We didn't overthink it. It was simple, and it f***ing worked."

    • The band worked with father and son producers Kevin and Kane Churko on the album which features guest appearances by Maria Brink of In This Moment and rapper Royce da 5'9".
    • It was recorded in Las Vegas instead of in their hometown studio in Sacramento.
    • The band also lived together while making the record which they have not done since 2006's The Paramour Sessions.
    • F.E.A.R. (Face Everything And Rise) will be released on January 27, 2015.

    Track Listing:
    01. Face Everything And Rise
    02. Skeletons
    03. Broken As Me
    04. Falling Apart
    05. Love Me Til It Hurts
    06. Never Have To Say Goodbye
    07. Gravity
    08. War Over Me
    09. Devil
    10. Warriors


    Pearl Jam gave fans at their Moline, Illinois concert on Friday (October 17th) a big treat when they played their 1996 album, No Code, from top to bottom in its entirety. After the show, the band tweeted, "No Code. Front to back. #PJMoline #PJFall2014," along with the set list, which included the name of a brand new song called "Moline." Pearl Jam debuted that song, which Eddie Vedder dedicated to the city.

    According to reports, Vedder told the audience that he wrote "Moline" just minutes before the show and that it's related to Vitalogy's "Better Man."

    According to Vedder, the band's No Code performance on Friday is only the second time they have ever performed a studio album in its entirety. The first time was back in 2006 when Pearl Jam played their self-titled album out of sequence during a concert in Torino, Italy.


    • Julian Casablancas hasn't had a drink in years but says it took a good five years after getting sober to shake that hungover feeling. He told Rolling Stone that he doesn't enjoy playing tracks from The Strokes' back-catalogue live because he doesn't "feel anything from it" emotionally. Casablancas released his first album with his new band, The Voidz, called Tyranny, last week. He also said The Strokes will get together early next year to record new music. (Rolling Stone)
    • Mumford & Sons might be working on their third album. They're currently in the studio with producer James Ford (Artic Monkeys, Haim), but there's no confirmation on whether this will be the follow up to their 2012 album, Babel. (NME)
    • Fall Out Boy has released the video for their single "Centuries." Pete Wentz said of the gladiator-themed clip, "Getting back up. Dusting it off. My dad used to tell me the most important part of any of it was getting back up on the horse – I didn’t grow up on a farm – but it still applied. David vs. Goliath, us vs. them, you vs. the world . . . brains, talent and luck are great but heart will always trump them. That is the sentiment of this video. Thank you for bearing with us while we finished it . . . the greatest story ever to me will always be the unexpected . . . when the loser wins, when the clouds clear the day might just turn out alright . . ." "Centuries" is the first single from Fall Out Boy's yet untitled sixth studio album. (Spin)


      Shia LaBeouf admits to being at fault for his clashes with Alec Baldwin while rehearsing for their Broadway show Orphans. The Fury actor appears in the new issue of Interview where he attempts to explain his behavior which resulted in his firing from the show last year.

      Shia tells the magazine, "Alec and I butted heads hard. I was sleeping in the park...At the time, I was out of my mind. My whole goal was to intimidate the f**k out of Baldwin. That was the role. And it wasn't going to be fake. I wanted him to be scared. So I went about doing that for three weeks of rehearsal."

      • During their feud, Shia and Alec leaked e-mails and traded insults in interviews and on social media sites.
      • Shia was ultimately replaced in the show by Ben Foster.


      Bruce Jenner is rumored to be moving on from his marriage to Kris Jenner with her former friend and assistant, Ronda Kamihira. Several news outlets are reporting that Bruce has been spending a lot of time with Ronda and his ex-wife is allegedly not happy about it.

      According to People, Kris is "devastated and shocked" that her friend of over 20 years is betraying her like this. Bruce and Ronda were first spotted out together at the Elton John concert in L.A. earlier this month where they spent time with his son Brandon Jenner and his wife.

      • E! News is denying there is anything romantic happening. A source explained, "Ronda is one of Bruce's longtime best friends in the world. They are definitely not dating. Trust me, anyone suggesting that is barking up the wrong tree."


      STEPHEN COLLINS WILL PROBABLY NOT BE CHARGED: Sources connected to the NYPD and LAPD are telling TMZ that Stephen Collins will most likely not be charged in the molestation cases that he confessed to in a recently leaked audio recording from a therapy session. Because the alleged incidents occurred decades ago, it is believed he will avoid prosecution due to the statute of limitations. The actor's estranged wife claims that there were more recent instances but no victims have come forward.

      MATTHEW MORRISON IS MARRIED: Glee star Matthew Morrison is a married man. He and girlfriend Renee Puente exchanged vows in Hawaii on Saturday (October 18th) in front of family and friends. According to People, "Their wedding took place in a private estate on the island of Maui. The bride wore an ivory, long sleeve, wedding gown with a sheer, lace overlay and sparkling sash, a custom Gustavo design. She also sported a pink rose flower crown and carried a matching, cascading bouquet. Morrison wore a Brooks Brothers tuxedo. He also wore a leafy lei." The bride and groom also performed a duet of Laura Benanti's "Starry Eyed/Video Games" at the party. Matthew and Renee got engaged last year after two years of dating.

      KATIE COURIC IS LOVING MARRIED LIFE: Katie Couric revealed at a charity event last week that she is still very much enjoying married life to John Molner. She told People, "It's great. It's fun. He's really funny and really fun to be with. I love being with him. The honeymoon isn't over yet, so it's nice." Katie and John got married in June in a ceremony in East Hampton, New York. She was previously married to Jay Monahan until he passed away from colon cancer in 1998.

      'BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER' STAR ARRESTED: Former Buffy the Vampire Slayer actor and newlywed Nicholas Brendon was arrested on Friday night (October 17th) in Idaho. He was taken into custody for allegedly creating a disturbance in the lobby of his hotel with the staff. Nicholas apparently appeared to be drunk and refused to listen to the officers' commands when they arrived on the scene. The argument was over a decorative dish that he was blamed for breaking but refused to pay for. Nicholas was in Idaho for a Comic Con event.

      CHANNING TATUM STRIPPER VIDEO GOES VIRAL ONLINE: A video of Channing Tatum performing a routine during his days as a stripper back in 1999 made its way around the internet over the weekend. The Magic Mike star worked at a Florida club called Male Encounter and danced under the name "Chan Crawford." The club's owner told Us Weekly, "He was shy at first, but really knew how to work the stage. Women went crazy for him!"


      Rumors are circulating of a new romance between Evan Rachel Wood and Ray Donovan actress Katherine Moennig that started after a series of flirtatious tweets last year.

      Evan wrote back in February 2013, "Just saw @katemoennig at a flea market. I turned to mush and ran. Love her!!" Kate responded, "@evanrachelwood you should have said hi. :)" The True Blood actress also wrote another message to her crush saying, "I had a dream @katemoennig and I were stuck in a cab together for hours during pride in NY. We just fell asleep though."

      • Witnesses tell Page Six that Evan and Kate appeared close at a gala in L.A. last week where they were seen holding hands and keeping close together all night.
      • A source tells Us Weekly, "Evan is crazy about Katherine. She had a crush on her for years but now can act on it. The age difference doesn't bother her at all either. She thinks they make an amazing couple. She is head over heels and Katherine feels the same way." Evan is 27 and Kate is 36.
      • Evan split from her husband Jamie Bell back in May after a two-year marriage. They have a son together who was born in July 2013.

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