Dave Grohl, Pat Smear and Krist Novoselic were joined by Joan Jett and Deer Tick's John McAuley to perform six songs at the rock music festival on October 6.
The seven-piece group hits the stage at Citi Field in New York to conclude the North American leg of their tour, becoming the first Korean act to perform a stadium show in the U.S.
The Limp Bizkit frontman has reportedly called the one-half of Insane Clown Posse a 'p**sy' after the latter was dragged off the Rock Allegiance festival stage for trying to kick the former from behind.
The highly-anticipated set debuts atop the chart with 480,000 equivalent album units, marking his fourth No. 1 album.
Confirming the sad news on Twitter, the Australian femcee explains that the decision to cancel her tour 'was out of my hands and not my call to make.'
From turning the stage into personal sex club to setting piano on fire, these musicians bring something unique for their performances at the award-giving show.
Directed by Collin Tilley, the music video for the hit collaboration is scheduled to make its way out on October 9.
The visuals is a continuation to the rapper's 'Fall' music video and sees him possessing innocent citizens.
The ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ hitmaker to join Kristin Chenoweth and Jeff Garlin as one of the performers for the inaugural Barbara Berlanti Heroes Gala to be held in Los Angeles on 13 October.
During a new interview with Elliot Wilson for the latest installment of TIDAL's #CRWN series, Weezy also talks about late rapper XXXTentacion.
The visuals is basically a remake of the 'Breaking Free' scene from 'High School Musical', which launched her into teen stardom.
The three-and-a-half-minute video features the model and actress playing a homeless woman who is also a drug addict.
Just like what the title suggests, the song is filled with references to all the cool things in that year, including Nike Airs and Britney Spears' '...Baby One More Time'.
Nick Carter and his bandmates make the unfortunate announcement weeks after they were forced to postpone their Thackerville performance due to collapsing tent that injured at least 14 people.
In his lawsuit, the 'Get Low' rapper was seeking at least $2 million in damages, in addition to an injunction barring his rival from using any trademarks or product created or produced by him.
Though pouring cold water to rumors brought up by Years & Years, the 'New Rules' hitmaker won’t reject the opportunity if producers behind upcoming James Bond film approached her.
Allegedly titled 'Needy', the song may be included on the songstress' upcoming album which has already been teased for several days.
Released on Thursday, October 4, the song finds the songstress singing about helping her lover who only lets her down in the end.
The former Fifth Harmony member's nominations include Best Artist, Biggest Fans, Best Video and Best Song for 'Havana'.
Taking to Twitter, the EDM producer calls out the 47-year-old for allegedly stealing his song which was released fourteen years ago.