Eighteen seconds in, a high-pitched drone begins.
Stoner-rock legends Kyuss plan to extend their reunion with a new studio album in 2011 – their first since 1995's And the Circus Leaves Town.
Henry Rollins was commissioned to produce an album by Charles Manson, the punk rocker revealed last week.
"We're the first British metal band to play arenas for a very long time," announces Bullet for My Valentine's Matt Tuck.
When rapper Eminem made his critically acclaimed film debut in the 2002 semi-autobiographical drama 8 Mile, it appeared a future in cinema beckoned.
Scissor Sisters are to curate an exhibition focusing on the work of Robert Mapplethorpe.
How long can one gag be drawn out for? Ben Stiller attempts to find out.
Who doesn't enjoy a film about scary monsters, monsters not of this earth, who terrorize the planet, wreak havoc, and kill lots of people? If you're one who does, then you will enjoy Monsters.
Latest Minions trailer shows us more of Villain Scarlet.
It is nearly four years since U2’s headline gig at Glastonbury, where activists clashed with security after unfurling a banner asking “U pay tax 2?”
The Cannes film festival is well within Woody Allen’s comfort zone. This is the director’s 11th time at the festival, where – as with fellow auteurs Ken Loach and Paolo Sorrentino – he’s routinely received with yet greater adoration than on his home soil.