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Middle-aged metal: An aging Glenn Danzig proves he can still rock.
The story follows Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig, good “friends” and “roommates” who live next door to creepy Satanists Hall and Oates.
Crowd energy at MGM Grand Garden sags after the Canadian trio starts with too many newer songs
"I don't think we got the chance to fully spread our wings."
Local rock band debuts new record with its best lineup—and a bit of theater, too.
Allergic to smoke, or Vegas?
When Lovett focused on his own songs and his own performance, the show was excellent.
But before you feed your ears, a few reasons to check out the local website.
An editor would have been beneficial.
He’s essentially the rapping embodiment of a codeine and soda buzz.
On the metal band's decade-long trajectory ... and how bands are like dogs.
The Downtown venue's closure left more than 25 scheduled concerts without homes.
“I thought music could be talked about like any novel could."
As the band readies for its first tour, frontman Nick Shelton remembers his former group's abrupt end.
Fifth studio album is simpler but sleepier and less resonant.