Debra Filcman is a Chicago-based freelance journalist.
Green Day’s New ‘Back in the USA’ Video Breaks Down the American Dream
In a new John Carpenter-inspired video for "Back in the USA," Green Day tears down the American Dream to reveal it never really existed.
Listen to the Stone Temple Pilots’ First Song With New Singer Jeff Gutt
Jeff Gutt reportedly tried out with the Stone Temple Pilots in September 2016, and then spent the next year secretly completing new material.
Brand New’s Touring Guitarist Drops Out, Band Cancels Tour Dates
Following allegations of sexual misconduct against Brand New frontman Jesse Lacey, the band has canceled upcoming tour dates.
Your Friday the 13th Is Made Complete with Trent Reznor’s Cover of ‘Halloween’
John Carpenter, who is currently at work on a new 'Halloween' project, has already said he's a fan this new update.
Billie Joe Armstrong Compares ‘Bats— Crazy’ Donald Trump to Saddam Hussein
The Green Day frontman criticizes President Donald Trump, as well as the Democratic party, as a guest on Michael Moore's 'The Terms of My Surrender.'
Linkin Park Announces One-Night-Only Tribute to Chester Bennington
The band also released a video for "One More Light," their latest LP's title track, which features on and offstage footage of Bennington.
Scott Weiland’s Children File Suits Against Companies Using His Likeness
The former Stone Temple Pilots frontman's second wife has filed lawsuits on behalf of her kids to stop companies using his name without consent.
Hear U2’s New Song ‘The Blackout’
U2 has released a live video for the first song from their long-awaited album 'Songs of Experience.'
Top 22 Doomsday Songs
If you're worrying about the end of days — and no one blames you — check out our list for some musical accompaniment.
Foo Fighters’ Acropolis Concert to Air on PBS
The band's performance at the historic monument was filmed for 'Landmarks Live in Concert,' which has now set an air date for the episode.
Dave Grohl Says Tears for Fears Got Him Through Puberty
With a little push from his older sister, Grohl latched onto the melancholy of the English pop band at a crucial time in his life.
In Latest Stunt, Arcade Fire (Sorta, Not Really) Apologize for Bizarre Media Campaign
The band's apology reads like a continuation of a bizarre social media campaign that has alternately offended and amused fans.