A supergroup is a difficult project to make a success of. The work of previous band members overshadows any new material, and although it brings a ready-made fan base, it also brings unreasonably high expectations. Not only that, those that make up the new band might have similarly unreasonably high ... More >>
2012 saw some big-name comebacks, emotional reunions, and just plain weird occurrences, proving that America's thirst for nostalgia has still not been quenched. Have recent years been the worst for this, or have I just forgotten about the last decade already? Could something as joyous as the resurre ... More >>
Kim ThayilWith the 20th anniversary edition of Nevermind being released earlier this year -- and with the subsequent buzz it churned -- it would seem we are on the brink of a full-blown grunge resurgence. But what is being somewhat overlooked in all the Nirvana hype is that the early '90s Seattle ... More >>
Chris CornellChris Cornell is, no doubt, most well-known for fronting heavy rock outfits Soundgarden and Audioslave in the '90s and '00s, respectively. But when he performs at House of Blues this weekend, he won't have the option of hiding behind a thunderous wall of blistering guitar riffs. For ... More >>
Taylor MomsenThe Pretty RecklessFebruary 19, 2011House of Blues' Cambridge RoomBetter than: my Chuck Bass impression.It was easy to anticipate what the crowd at the House of Blues' Cambridge Room was going to look like on Saturday night -- moms dropping off their high school-aged daughters in min ... More >>
Chris CornellChris Cornell hasn't fallen off the map like most of his '90s grunge-rock counterparts -- he's actually done the opposite. His impressive work with Audioslave and recent Soundgarden reunion tours have kept him in the public eye. Hell, even his dud of an album, Scream, couldn't slow h ... More >>
Can you really blame the rest of Creed for wanting to ditch this guy?In the late '90s and early 2000s, there were few bands higher on the proverbial food chain than Creed, with their first three multi-platinum albums amassing a total sales of over 30 million copies during their heyday. But dozens ... More >>
Chris Cornell @ The House of Blues, Saturday, Mar. 28Dude has been making music for 25 years! A pioneer of grunge, Cornell was the vocalist (and drummer up until 1986) for Seattle-based band Soundgarden. After the group disbanded in 1997, Cornell went on to work with former Rage Against the Ma ... More >>
With such a diverse roster on its bill, Projekt Revolution might be the closest thing out there to the old Lollapalooza days. Just ask Chris Cornell.
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