Rock Music News
Pantera frontman Philip Anselmo has mapped his first solo tour, "Technicians of Distortion," which will also feature his backing band, The Illegals.
Alt-country outfit Old 97's has unveiled a sporadic spring and summer itinerary that moves from coast to coast over three months.
Ohio rock duo The Black Keys will tackle a combination of North American festival gigs and theater shows this summer.
Ten Years After and Edgar Winter Band are two of the five bands confirmed for the second annual Rock 'N' Blues Fest, which will spend a month on the tour trail this summer.
Post-dubstep musician James Blake has added a North American leg to his worldwide run behind his April release, "Overgrown."
Red Hot Chili Peppers have added a second show to their early-August stop in Anchorage, AK, which sold out in less than three hours.
Indie-rock outfit Smith Westerns will spend the summer canvassing North America in support of their third studio effort, "Soft Will."
Modest Mouse, Passion Pit and more than two dozen other acts will take part in the first-ever First City Festival in Monterey, CA, later this summer.
Following a sold-out Los Angeles show later this month and a quick European run, Queens of the Stone Age will hit a handful of summer festivals across western North America.
Stone Temple Pilots made an unexpected appearance Saturday (5/18) at the KROQ Weenie Roast in Los Angeles, joining Linkin Park's Chester Bennington for a full 40-minute set.