Brandon Flowers Releases 'Can't Deny My Love' Video

Brandon Flowers has released the music video for his latest track, "Can't Deny My Love," which is featured on his upcoming solo album, The Desired Effect. In the clip, which is based on the Puritan short story "Young Goodman Brown," written by Nathaniel Hawthorne in 1835, Flowers is taken back to the 19th century.

Slash Announces Live At The Roxy Release

Slash has announced a new release, Live at the Roxy 25.9.14, which is a performance at the Roxy in Los Angeles last September. Last year when Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators released their album, World On Fire, they celebrated with this show, which will be released on DVD and Blu-ray, and also as a two-CD and three-LP collection.

Kings Of Leon To Perform At 2015 Summerfest

Kings Of Leon have announced they will be performing at the 2015 Summerfest, which is taking place from June 24-28 and June 30-July 5 at Milwaukee's Henry Maier Festival Park. The band will be one of the acts headlining the Marcus Amphitheater, which also include concerts from Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Zac Brown Band and Linkin Park.

Smashing Pumpkins Release 'Drum + Fife' Video

Smashing Pumpkins released their new music video for "Drum + Fife," which is featured on Monuments to an Elegy. In the video boys are playing in a rocky desert and banging on drums, with their fun ending when land mines start exploding around them. During the chorus of the song, Billy Corgan sings, "I will bang this drum to my dying day."

Ozzy Osbourne To Undergo Surgery In May, Cancels Ozzfiesta

Ozzy Osbourne has been forced to cancel his upcoming Ozzfiesta event due to surgery. Ozzfiesta promoter Cool Breeze Concerts broke the bad news on the event's website, publishing an update that reads, "Like you, we were very excited about the event. However, Ozzy is having surgery, scheduled for May, following his South American tour. He requires at least four weeks of recovery time."

Blur To Headline Isle Of Wight Festival

Blur has been confirmed as the final headlining act for the 2015 Isle of Wight Festival. The festival line-up also includes Paolo Nutini and Pharrell Williams plus headliners Fleetwood Mac, The Prodigy and The Black Keys. Fleetwood Mac will close the festival, having signed an exclusive worldwide deal to bring their live show to The Isle Of Wight.

Beastie Boys Are Now Officially Done

The Beastie Boys are officially done, according to Adam Horowitz aka Ad-Rock, who said they will not continue following the death of Adam Yauch. "Adam started the band, so it's done," Horovitz told The Daily Beast. "I'm in transition right now. I'm transitioning. It's an interesting time, I guess."

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