Another of the three previously unreleased tracks from Queen's upcoming 'Queen Forever' compilation has made its way online, offering fans an early chance to hear the band's "scorching new stripped-down ballad version" of frontman Freddie Mercury's 1984 solo single 'Love Kills.'
As Led Zeppelin ramp up to the release of the next two albums in their deluxe reissue series, a new version of 'Houses of the Holy''s 'The Rain Song' has surfaced.
The Who's first new song in nearly a decade will arrive in record stores on Oct. 27 as part of the band's new 'Who Hits 50!' collection, but you don't have to wait until then to hear it -- in fact, you can listen to it right now.
After gracing us with both electric and orchestral versions of his new song 'Who's Gonna Stand Up?,' can you guess where Neil Young went next with it?
There's still one agonizing week left before the Sept. 30 release date of the new Mr. Big album, '... The Stories We Could Tell.'
Offering further proof that there's truth to those rumors about Neil Young working on a new album with an orchestra, rock's most prolific grizzled Canadian is now streaming a studio version of his new song 'Who's Gonna Stand Up?' that finds him backed by -- you guessed it -- an orchestra.
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With the release of a new Queen compilation, 'Queen Forever,' coming in November, the news that has fans most excited is the three previously unreleased tracks sprinkled among the old familiar cuts. The most intriguing: 'There Must Be More to Life Than This,' a discarded collaboration with Michael Jackson.
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Extreme vocalist Gary Cherone is back with his band Hurtsmile, and Ultimate Classic Rock is pleased to present the exclusive premiere of ‘Rock N’ Roll Cliche,’ the first single from the band’s upcoming album ‘Retrogrenade,’ which will be released on Oct. 7 on Cherone’s own label, Slipkid Records.
More than two years after Paul McCartney revealed that he was working on music for 'Destiny,' a highly anticipated new video game from Bungie, the developers of the hit 'Halo' series, you can finally wrap your ears around the results.
There's nothing quite like an angry Neil Young song, and the latest finds him more ticked off than ever.