Linkin Park hosted a tribute concert in honor of their late bandmate, Chester Bennington, at the Hollywood Bowl, including performances by members of Avenged Sevenfold, Blin-182, Bush, Sum-41, and many more. Three songs into the evening, Linkin Park delivered an instrumental version of their hit, “Numb”, with an empty microphone stand at center stage while the crowd of more than 17,000 sang along in place of Chester. Check out the full show here:
Metallica’s live debut of the of the Hardwired…To Self-Destruct track, “Spit Out The Bone”, happened at The O2 Arena in London, and the band are making it available to everyone. The band also set an attendance record for the venue; their in-the-round setup allowed for expanded seating at the venue. The London appearances marked the band’s return to the road following a month-long break from their WorldWired tour.
Former Oasis member Noel Gallagher has released a new song with his band High Flying Birds. ‘Fort Knox” will be the opening track from the group’s third album, Who Built the Moon?, which comes out November 24. It was actually the last song that they finished for the album, recording it on their last day in the studio. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will launch a U.S. tour in support Feb. 9, 2018 in Detroit. Dates run through March 12 in Los Angeles.