Green Day faced a backlash on social media after they played their set at Spain’s Mad Cool Festival just minutes after an acrobat performing at the festival fell to his death. For security reasons, festival organizers decided that the show would continue, and Green Day weren’t informed of the death until after their set.
A new book, “The Rolling Stones On Air In The Sixties”, will be published on September 26th in conjunction with recently discovered, never-before-released footage of the group filmed for television. The book looks at the band’s rise to fame during their early years, and features previously unseen documents from the BBC and commercial archives and includes interviews with directors and producers who worked with the band during the era.
After selling another 4,000 copies last week, Metallica’s latest studio album “Hardwired…To Self-Destruct” has officially passed the 1 million mark in real album sales in the U.S. (which includes actual sales, and not streaming numbers). That makes is Metallica’s 12th album to sell at least a million copies in the U.S. since Nielsen Music began tracking sales in 1991.