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The two-day Blizzard community celebration that is BlizzCon will close this year with a performance by Metallica.
Rocker Alice Cooper refuses to worry about his nightly onstage 'death' stunts going wrong as ending his life in front of a packed house is his ideal way to go.
Brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll originally split in 2004 after 15 years together but reunited in 2009. The pair has now decided to call it quits for good.
Blacc's career was almost one that never was - only turning to music full time when he was let go from an office job.
Adele reportedly wants to ensure her new record is perfect in every way.
Rockers Sleater-Kinney have reunited to release their first album in 10 years.
The second track from Lorde's Hunger Games soundtrack has dropped, a collaboration between the Kiwi teen, The Chemical Brothers and Miguel.
Pop star Ariana Grande treats her manager Scooter Braun as a stepdad because she "barely" sees her own father.
Former Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Andre 'Christ Bearer' Johnson is poking fun at the time he cut off his penis while high on PCP.
This year Estere is among the contenders for the $10,000 NZ On Air Critics' Choice Prize, alongside Lake South and Randa.
In the world of music the mega-rich stars aren't always the most talented, and some of the most talented never get the recognition they deserve.
Bosses at a UK radio station have been reprimanded by a broadcasting watchdog after British pop star Lily Allen swore repeatedly during a live performance.
Sinead O'Connor says her planned appearance at the upcoming American Music Awards was scrapped when show officials couldn't book Pope Francis to join her onstage.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have cancelled their upcoming live shows so their drummer Leah Shapiro can undergo brain surgery.
Lorde has confirmed she will be making an appearance at the upcoming American Music Awards.
Taylor Swift has labelled claims that most of her songs are about ex-boyfriends as purely speculative and "sexist".
Two San Francisco radio stations have banned Lorde's monster hit Royals during the baseball World Series.
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