The Corvette Sting Ray and the Aston Martin DB5 were unquestionably cool. Over the years, Toyotas were affordable and reliable, but never quite cool. Then, at the 2002 New York Auto Show, the auto giant introduced the Scion, a vehicle so boxy and weird it had to be cool.
Most musicians only worry about people stealing their music. Linkin Park's Chester Bennington is also concerned that people will copy his tattoos.
We’re counting on the writer who coined grunge and emo to come up with a word for the new breed of bands like Muse, Dredg, Brand New, and Crime in Stereo that fuse everything from hardcore riffs to indie rock melodies. Regardless of the genre’s yet-to-be-determined name, Crime in Stereo does it well. “Not Dead” marches forward on a muddy riff until the chorus erupts into a volley of grunge-style “hey”s as singer Kristian Hallbert wails, “I’m not dead but you’re losing me.” The band’s melodic hardcore roots surface on “I Am Everything I Am Not,” built around twitchy guitar and a fist-pumping chorus, while Hallbert unleashes a Cobain-like scream on the explosive, melodic “Type One.” Whatever you call it, we like it.
The immense changes in the economy (we're all broke!) and the environment (we're all doomed!) have shifted what we want in a car. Translation: It's time to get over our passion for large, spacious SUVs and embrace the more practical Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV). Here are a few of the most promising new crossover vehicles.
How has life been for the busker turned American Idol darling turned Broadway star? Crazy.
What does the hard-rocking, hard-living lead of Social Distortion do in his downtime?
He goes antiquing. Don’t take Mike Ness for granted
Forty years of hard liquor and harder drugs, wild women, and life on the road haven't killed Motörhead's Lemmy Kilmister. Can anything?
You may recognize 22-year-old recording artist Dev from some of her hits "Like a G6" and "In The Dark" but do you really know Dev?