CAGE THE ELEPHANT RELEASE ‘DEEP HANDS: LIVE SESSION’ EP

Today, alt-rock juggernauts Cage The Elephant released their new live EP Deep Hands: Live Sessions. The 5-track collection is the band’s third live outing and comes on the heels of their tour run with The Black Keys, which wrapped up on September 27 in Chicago. The new EP is also the band’s first bit of… Continue reading

METALLICA, THE BLACK KEYS, BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN, DAVE GROHL, and MORE SET TO ROCK ‘CONCERT FOR VALOR’ IN WASHINGTON, D.C.

Today, a stellar line-up has been announced for The Concert for Valor in Washington, D.C. Rock icons Metallica, The Black Keys, Bruce Springsteen, and Dave Grohl (Foo Fighters) along with Eminem, Zac Brown Band, Carrie Underwood, Rihanna, and Jessie J, will come together to honor our country’s veterans and their families. The show is set to take place at 7pm… Continue reading

THE BLACK KEYS – Live Photo Gallery

Turn Blue World Tour 2014 September 20 | Wells Fargo Center | Philadelphia, PA Photography by Matt Bishop FACEBOOK.COM/THEROCKREVIVAL Continue reading

A LITTLE CLOSER TO CAGE THE ELEPHANT – A CONVERSATION WITH BRAD SHULTZ

In the massive melting pot of alternative rock, Cage The Elephant are one of the stars shining brightest. With their eccentric creativity in the studio and their live shows that border on sheer madness, the band is reaching new heights in their career. Yesterday, the band was one of the highlight acts… Continue reading

THE BLACK KEYS PREMIERE NEW SINGLE “FEVER”, REVEAL TRACKS & ARTWORK FOR NEW ALBUM ‘TURN BLUE’

Today, The Black Keys premiered their new song, “Fever”. The track is the first single off the band’s upcoming eighth studio album, Turn Blue, due out on May 13. “We are always trying to push ourselves when we make a record — not repeat our previous work but not abandon it either,”… Continue reading

THE BLACK KEYS ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM, ‘TURN BLUE’, DUE OUT MAY 13

After announcing that a new single would premiere on Monday, rock musicians The Black Keys have confirmed their new studio album via an odd and creepy YouTube video that was posted on Mike Tyson’s Twitter account, of all people. Regardless of the weird fashion in which the world found out, we’re pleased… Continue reading