“Eazy Sleazy” really should not exist.
He builds a 23-minute song, tracking drums, guitar, bass, keys, and anything else he can get his hands on.
Kimmel will, he says, pass it on to his own mother.
In a new interview with GQ, the Foo Fighters leader shares his thoughts on Kurt Cobain's legacy, the shame of having Trump as president, and the "punk rock" appeal of Lil Pump.
Here you can ponder the butterfly effect, or marvel at the cool guys playing their Rock Music. Your call.
I went to the merch-filled London boozer and their fans are just so nice, dammit.
Good news for dads in hoodies and your high school boyfriend with the wide-legged jeans!
"Can I sing on your record?," Timberlake apparently asked Grohl, drunk. "I don't want to push it, but I just want to be able to tell my friends."
It was directed by Dave Grohl, and his kids are the stars.
Most young people don't appreciate the best live band in the world, so I found some people who do.