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Varg disapproves of his portrayal in the film.
Rockers React: 2018 Election Day in America
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This meme is getting out of control.
Police Report: Woman Sexually Assaulted at Chicago Foo Fighters Concert
The woman reports being sexually assaulted in a port-a-potty, with the alleged offender grabbing her neck and hitting her head against the wall.
Rockers React: Children Being Separated From Parents at the Border
Corey Taylor, Rise Against, Ice-T and more have been increasingly hostile in their opinions about the Trump administration policy.
Kurt Cobain Exhibit Destroyed by Fire in Nirvana Frontman’s Home Town
An unexplained fire destroyed the Aberdeen Museum of History, taking with it an exhibit on Kurt Cobain and Nirvana.
Anonymous Seattle Woman Leaves $10 Million to Rock Radio Station
Not much is known about the generous benefactor, other than her name was Suzanne and she loved music.
Vinyl to the Rescue: Physical Albums Outsell Digital Sales in 2017
For the first time since 2011, physical albums outsold digital downloads, with CDs and vinyl moving $200 million more in sales than downloads.