Dead Weather Guitarist Explains Creation Of 'Let Me Through'

In a new instructional video, Dead Weather guitarist Dean Fertita explains how the band created the track "Let Me Through," off their latest album, Dodge & Burn. "The song was based around a bass riff that we just looped, and Alison [Mosshart] wrote the lyrics and vocal without guitar at all; just bass and drums," Fertita said in the video.

The Iron Giant, Inspired By Pete Townshend Musical, Returns To Theaters

The Iron Giant, an animated film that was ultimately inspired by a Pete Townshend rock musical, will see a re-release in theaters on October 4. The Iron Giant was inspired by a Ted Hughes' novel, which in turn inspired Townshend's 1989 album The Iron Man: The Musical by Pete Townshend.

Iron Maiden Announce 2016 Tour Dates

Iron Maiden have announced the first leg of U.S. dates on their upcoming The Book of Souls tour. The U.S. leg of the trek begins in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on February 24 and wraps in Los Angeles, California on April 15. Following the U.S. leg, Maiden take their act to Australia and South Africa. "We cannot wait to get back out on tour," said Bruce Dickinson in a presser.

Noel Gallagher Appears On Charity Single 'Boob Spelled Backwards Is Boob'

Noel Gallagher and Florence and the Machine's Florence Welch are featured on the charity single "Boob Spelled Backwards Is Boob," a song written by an eight-year-old named Archer Nelson, whose mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. "The boy had shoved a piece of CD-shaped paper into a CD player with the words 'Boob Spelled Backwards Is Boob' written on it," they wrote.

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