Metallica has been doing a ton of one-off shows recently around the world, and hasn't done a proper U.S. tour in around seven years.
Depeche Mode is back. The band has released a new song called "Where's the Revolution," the first taste of their new album Spirit.
The singer, who has been a vocal critic of the President, recorded a cover of Rufus Wainwright's Going To A Town, featuring the lyric "I'm so tired of America".
HITS 105, a radio station in Texarkana, Texas, announced it will stop playing Madonna's music on Tuesday, Billboard reports. The station's manager accused the singer of expressing "un-American sentiments."
Tidal has sold a one-third stake in its business to US mobile operator Sprint, as the under-pressure streaming service owned by the rap star Jay Z looks to compete against larger rivals Apple and Spotify in digital music.
Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels, a founder of Run-D.M.C. and owner of the Run-D.M.C. brand, has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, Walmart, Jet.com and some of the aforementioned retailers' business partners for at least $50 million. According to Reuters, the suit accuses the retail giants of alleged trademark infringement.
George Michael, the singer who shot to stardom in the Eighties as a member of Wham! and then as a solo artist, has died at his home in Goring in Oxfordshire, England. No cause of death was revealed, but police reported that he did not die under suspicious circumstances. Michael was 53.
Fresh off releasing Nine Inch Nails' new EP Not the Actual Events, Trent Reznor talked about the band's big plans in a 30-minute chat with Beats 1 Radio's Zane Lowe.