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Introducing Dave Grohl as Larry Butz...

Dave Grohl as Larry Butz

Foo Fighters have released a hilarious new video which sees them transform into a rag-tag bunch of American football stars.

The new short film, which arrives ahead of the band’s pre-Superbowl show on February 2, is directed by Dave Grohl and sees the band star as The San Fernando Jackalopes: a team full of serial misfits.

For Grohl, that means a starring role as Larry Butz, the volatile star player who can’t stay out of jail long enough to play for the team.

He’s joined on the pitch by the rest of the Foos, who go far in proving that they’re definitely not cut out for a life in the NFL.

As things go predictably pear-shaped in the clip, the team is left to rely on the support of cheerleaders who also bear a startling resemblance to Grohl and co.

The ’70s style clip also sees cameos from NFL commentators Curt Menefee, Terry Bradshaw, and Michael Strahan in some very era-appropriate headwear.

Foo Fighters | Super Saturday Night | Feb. 2 - YouTube

Meanwhile, Grohl celebrated his 50th birthday earlier this week, and new research to mark the occasion revealed the most popular band that he’s ever played in.

According to figures compiled by YouTube in 2018, Nirvana had the most streams on the service with 22.9 million views. They were closely followed by Foo Fighters with 22.7 million views.
Foo Fighters, whose most recent album was 2017’s ‘Concrete And Gold’, return to the UK in August to headline Glasgow Summer Sessions, Vital Festival in Belfast, and Reading And Leeds Festival. They also headline Dublin’s RDS Arena on August 21.

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The sixth member of Backstreet Boys, anyone?

Backsteet Boys and Chance in the commercial

Chance the Rapper and Backstreet Boys have teamed up for an NFL Super Bowl advert that sees the ‘Colouring Book’ artist attempt to join the band.

In a teaser clip shared via the Backstreet Boys’ Twitter yesterday (January 17), Chance slots himself awkwardly with the iconic boy band before Doritos’ new Flamin’ Hot Nacho-flavoured crisps are advertised using a snippet of the band’s 1998 hit, ‘I Want It That Way’.

#AD | Looks like Chance is ready to bring that Backstreet heat #NowItsHot pic.twitter.com/JAW3fFM5q7

— Backstreet Boys (@backstreetboys) January 17, 2019

The full commercial is set to air on Sunday, February 3 during the Super Bowl, which traditionally broadcasts adverts for the event with big brands and big names.

Doritos also teased Chance The Rapper’s appearance by sharing photo of him on Twitter and writing beneath: “Our prediction for the big game? There’s a chance things are gonna get hot. Stay tuned 02.03.19 #NowItsHot.”

Our prediction for the big game? There’s a chance things are gonna get hot. Stay tuned 02.03.19 #NowItsHot pic.twitter.com/ITkG5RAmGi

— Doritos (@Doritos) January 16, 2019

It’s not the first time Chance has swapped spitting bars for TV. Earlier this month, he starred in a new Sesame Street sketch that showed him rehearsing a play with Elmo and Cookie Monster.

The Chicago native has also acted in horror-comedy film Slice (2018) and is one of the voices in Trolls 2, which is slated for a 2020 release.

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Don't worry, no spoilers ahead

James Mcavoy and Samuel L. Jackson attends the UK Premiere of 'Glass' at The Curzon Mayfair on January 9, 2019 in London, England

Samuel L Jackson has revealed that M Night Shyamalan altered the ending to Glass, the stealth sequel to the films Unbreakable and Split.

Glass sees the return of Unbreakable’s Elijah Price (Jackson) and David Dunn (Bruce Willis), and adds Split’s Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) into the mix.

Jackson, however, revealed to Digital Spy that Shyamalan changed the ending due to the current state of global affairs.

“There was a different ending when we first started this that kind of needed to be changed because of the way society is and what’s going on in the world and what it would have looked like,” he said.

As Digital Spy reports further, Jackson didn’t reveal what the actual alteration was or whether it was solely to do with his character.

GLASS Final Trailer (2019) - YouTube

Earlier this month, McAvoy admitted that he wasn’t originally aware that Split was a stealth Unbreakable sequel.

“I read the first version of Split that I got sent and there was a little tenuous clue there – if I had been sharper eyed, I’d have seen it, but I missed it. I got into rehearsals and he kept talking about Unbreakable,” he said.

“And then it became clear, it dawned on me, the veil was lifted and I was like, ‘Oh my God’, he told Digital Spy. “Then a few weeks after that, I came clean….”

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The band's long-awaited – and 18-track! – new album is finally on the way

Any clues, Ezra?

Vampire Weekend are coming back, everybody! A long and gruelling six years after their last album release ‘Modern Vampires of the City’, it’s now been confirmed that 2019 will indeed be the year that the New York trio will bestow us with album number four.

Frontman Ezra Koenig thanked VW fans for their patience yesterday (January 17) in a lengthy Instagram post in which he also confirmed that the band’s next record is indeed finished and ready to launch. Seemingly set to be released in full in April, Koenig also revealed the band’s plans to stage three two-song drops every month starting next week, giving fans a hefty preview of the 18-track album.

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To the fans:⁣ I know that 5-6 years is considered a long time between records. Personally, I think it’s a dignified pace befitting a band that’s already placed three albums in stores but everyone has their own sense of time. (I swear the time between 3 & 4 felt shorter to me than 2 & 3. I may be in the minority on this one.) ⁣ ⁣ This album didn’t really take any longer to write/record than MVOTC. We just took more time on the front end to chill. I’ll admit I may have stretched out the mixing/mastering process (aka THE END) a little bit cuz spending half the day with my family & half the day at Ariel’s is my ideal life-rhythm & it’s painful to say goodbye to that rhythm.⁣ ⁣ Many of you have been hungry for information and we’ve given you very little. I don’t like talking abt a project while in the middle of making it. I usually regret everything I say cuz it turns out to be wrong (so disregard anything I may have said in the past 5 years.) I thought abt making a recording diary to tide over the people leaving intense comments but…to me, the album IS the recording diary…man.⁣ ⁣ It’s called “FOTB” (well those are the initials – that’s a VW tradition) and it’s 18 songs. Picked the name a few years ago. At some point early on, the album drifted from the Mitsubishi Macchiato aesthetic. It was a helpful guiding principle tho. Working titles are important too.⁣ ⁣ It’s a lot of songs but they all belong there. (If you disagree, you can always say it was 6 songs too long & make a lil 12-song playlist version of it.) At first, I wanted to make two 23-song albums on some human chromosome shit but then 23&me started doing Spotify playlists and I don’t know…felt we’d been scooped.⁣ ⁣ Is it a double album? The vinyl will be double so…yes? It’s about 59 minutes long. We can talk more abt that later – if u care. To me, it’s just FOTB.⁣ ⁣ Anyway, we’re gonna start releasing music next week. After all that waiting, you should have the general schedule:⁣ ⁣ -There will be three 2-song drops every month until the record is out. 1. hh/2021 2. s/bb 3. tl/uw. (plans can change that’s the plan)⁣ ⁣ Thank you for ur patience,⁣ Ezra

A post shared by Ezra Koenig (@arze) on Jan 17, 2019 at 1:05pm PST

Koenig’s post (see above) is certainly a lot of information to process after many years of inactivity and speculation. And while we try to contain our excitement and bide time until the arrival of the first new single next week, plenty of fans have already turned their attention to partaking in a little guessing game in regards to the title of Vampire Weekend’s fourth album.

Thought it initially carried the title ‘Mitsubishi Macchiato’, Koenig said that the new album’s title will now feature the initials ‘FOTB’. “That’s a VW tradition,” he teased. “Picked the name a few years ago. At some point early on, the album drifted from the ‘Mitsubishi Macchiato’ aesthetic. It was a helpful guiding principle tho. Working titles are important too.⁣”

What could ‘FOTB’ stand for, then? It’s a question that’s currently doing the rounds online, with this guessing game drumming up the most interest in deciphering a four-letter album acronym since Kanye got his fans offering suggestions for what ‘TLOP’ might stand for back in 2016 (and one guy actually guessed it was ‘The Life of Pablo’, too).

Will anyone correctly guess what the new Vampire Weekend album is called before release day (we’re hoping for ‘Frank Ocean’s Tickle Bonanza’ ourselves)? Take a look at some of these efforts and decide for yourself…

Fanic
Ot
The
Bisco https://t.co/acxYxyovBp

— mark hoppus. (@markhoppus) January 18, 2019

Possible names for the new Vampire Weekend album “FOTB” @arzE

Fajitas On The Beach
Fire O’er The Bluff
Former Osteopath Theorizes Bursitis
Fighting Over The Bread
Fanatical Oedipal Thought Bubble
Finally, Other Timeless Bangers
Flaming Octopus Throws Boy
Falling Out of The Blue

— Mary Miller (@missmarymiller) January 18, 2019

Fresh Out The Box

— Moe Chedda (@RealMoeChedda) January 17, 2019

FOTB?
freak out to bagpipes
fuck off to brian’s
feeling optimistic tell bossman
flip over the bed
free oatmeal terrific breakfast
friend of the ball
fangs of tricky bats

— sydney (@sydney_galaxy) January 18, 2019

i’ve been readin vampire weekend’s new album fotb as “fall out the boy” in my head

— paddington's aunt lusi (@ilovelusi) January 18, 2019

guys i figured out what fotb means

Fpizza
Oparty
T
B

— sam (@arcadelesbian) January 18, 2019

The best guesses of what FOTB stands for that I've seen:

Full on Tuberculosis
Fuck off, Tom Brady
Freshly Opened Toblerone Bar
Frank Ocean's Tickle Bonanza
Fhe Oife tf Bablo https://t.co/yJNsHQr7GP

— Noah Blume (@NoahBlume) January 18, 2019

#FOTB stands for Finally Over This Bullshit where @OIAB plays the Seinfeld bass line for 18 tracks

— Colin Miksiewicz (@ColinMiksiewicz) January 18, 2019

fEight oMinute tCape bCod

— theo (@preferyrlove) January 17, 2019

Also I'm pretty convinced #FOTB stands for flight of the bumblebee just sayin

— deirdre (@deirdeirdredre) January 18, 2019

Hey @arzE. Why is your new album titled "Fuck Off Todd Barry"?! #FOTB

— Todd Barry (@toddbarry) January 18, 2019

What do you think the new Vampire Weekend will be called? Answers on a postcard (or on Facebook and Twitter, preferably).

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"I don't know if they was his goons, but they sure did like him"

R Kelly and Dave Chappelle

Dave Chappelle has claimed that he was threatened by R.Kelly‘s “goons” after taking aim at the rapper with his infamous ‘Piss on You’ sketch.

The legendary comedian recorded the 2003 skit after Kelly was arrested in 2002 over a sex tape that allegedly saw him urinate on underage girls. The video eventually led to a trial that saw Kelly being acquitted in 2008.

Now, Chappelle has shared his own experiences after the recent Surviving R Kelly documentary saw a series of women level sexual misconduct claims against the star.

During a stand-up set in Hollywood earlier this week, Chappelle claimed that the Chappelle Show skit resulted in him receiving direct threats.

Dave Chappelle Says R. Kelly 'Goons' Threatened Him After 'Piss on You' Skit | TMZ - YouTube

“When that sketch came out, we was in Chicago at a Common show and his goons bust in my room – I don’t know if they was his goons, but they sure did like him,” he said.

Although Chappelle claimed that he never met Kelly, he joked that he’d been directly confronted by the star.

“He said, ‘How you gon’ do a video of me peeing on bitches like that?’ And I said, ‘How you gonna make a video of you pissing on bitches like that?’ My mind’s telling me no. But you know what? My body’s telling me yes.”

Meanwhile,Chance The Rapper and Celine Dion were the latest artists to pull their collaborations with Kelly from streaming sites earlier this week, following on from Lady Gaga the week previous.

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“It’s not too sterile, not too clean”

Rammstein guitarist Paul Landers

Rammstein have opened up about their next album – and say they’re bringing an element of fun for the first time in a while.

Speaking to Guitar World, guitarists Richard Kruspe and Paul Landers explained how the German metal icons are taking a total different approach on their forthcoming seventh offering.

“It’s not too sterile, not too clean,” Lander said.

“It has a lot of life and energy in it, but it’s not all angry. The music is more than that. It’s different for Rammstein. You might even say it’s fun to listen to.”

He added: “Everyone with a computer can make music at home.

Rammstein’s Til Lindemann

“You can program stuff and get nice-sounding drum programs and the sound is very good off the soundcards you have at home. That’s fine, but our goal was to have something that could never be done at home, where you really hear the humans behind the instruments. To see your drummer play when you work on songs and see there are real people involved in your band I think is good for us.”

But the recording of their latest album did prove frustrating, with Landers explaining how they landed proverbial blows.

“We never get along. Every time we get together, we fight. We are six guys and six opinions and we are all involved in everything, so we get angry. We’re not punching each other or anything. We try to just scream, but we’re not quite done yet. Hopefully we don’t have to punch and we can figure it out by talking,” he said.

Although a release date is yet to emerge for their first record in ten years, Rammstein will play their only UK show of the year at Milton Keynes’ Stadium MK later this year.

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The 'God of Rap' tour kicks off in May

(From left-right): Pic 1, clockwise from bottom left: Flavor Flav, Professor Griff, Terminator X, S1W and Chuck D of Public Enemy; Pic 2: RZA of Wu Tang Clan; Pic 3 from left to right: Vincent Lamont Mason Jr, aka Maseo, and Kevin Mercer, aka Posdnuos, of De La Soul

Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy and De La Soul are going on tour together to mark the anniversaries of their landmark hip-hop albums.

The groups will play three UK arena shows together at The SSE Arena Wembley on May 10, Manchester Arena on May 11, and Glasgow The SSE Hydro on May 12.

The mammoth ‘God Of Rap’ tour celebrates the groups’ iconic rap records: Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Enter The Wu-Tang 36 Chambers’ (1993), Public Enemy’s ‘It Takes a Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back’ (1988), and De La Soul’s ‘3 Feet High And Rising’ (1989).

Speaking to Music Week, SJM promoter Chris Wareing said: “I don’t believe anything like this has been done in the UK before on this level.”

“This tour creates a legacy, it’s a moment. The groups are the biggest in their genres, they’re all celebrating notable anniversaries of their biggest albums and I am led to believe this is the first time they have all been on the same bill together.

“It’s important to kick the door open and create something special that leaves a legacy and gives incredible value for ticket buyers.”

The tour will be hosted and presented by DJ Premier. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on January 25.

Public Enemy released a surprise free album, ‘Nothing Is Quick In The Desert’, in 2017 to mark their 30th year as a group.

Meanwhile, De La Soul supported Lauryn Hill on one of her ‘Miseducation’ 20th anniversary tour dates in September 2018.

The surviving members of Wu-Tang Clan reunited Jimmy Kimmel’s chat show in October last year to play two tracks from their aforementioned seminal debut album ‘Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).’

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Post Malone peforms on day two of Lollapalooza at Grant Park on August 3, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois

Post Malone was in a metal band before his career as a chart-topping hip-hop star.

That’s according to fans who believe they have found footage of his old metalcore band and his pre-fame Soundcloud solo account.

Ashley’s Arrival was seemingly the band that Posty was a guitarist in during his high school years. In a clip filmed in 2010, Malone (real name Austin Post) is believed to be seen shredding and striking a crabcore pose while covering Asking Alexandria’s ‘The Final Episode (Let’s Change Channel)’.

Ashley's Arrival - YouTube

Andy Leo, the singer in the metalcore band Crown The Empire, also revealed in an interview with AltPress in 2016 that Posty auditioned to be the guitarist in his band in 2010. But Malone’s string broke during the audition and he wasn’t asked to join the band.

Malone’s apparent SoundCloud account features several songs that date back as far as 2012.

silent night.mp3 by Austin Richard

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Of course, Post Malone has since gone on to bigger things. In December, his second album, ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’, was revealed to be the UK’s sixth biggest-selling album in 2018.

Post Malone

Malone tours the UK and Ireland in February and March (grab your tickets here). In August, he co-headlines Reading and Leeds Festival with Twenty One Pilots.

He also recently released the song ‘Sunflower’, a collaboration with Rae Sreummurd’s Swae Lee, which features on the soundtrack to Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. 

Earlier this month the pair unveiled the black-and-white video for the track, which shows the collaborators at work in the studio.

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"The jam was very low kew...fun was had by all"

American rock group Nirvana, backstage in Frankfurt, Germany, 12th November 1991. Left to right: drummer Dave Grohl, singer and guitarist Kurt Cobain (1967 - 1994) and bassist Krist Novoselic

A demo featuring an early version of Nirvana’s ‘Scentless Apprentice’ has been unearthed.

American drummer Rey Washam, known for stints in bands such as Scratch Acid and Butthole Surfers offshoot Daddy Longhead, has shared a 1992 recording of part of a two-hour jam with Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, who were in Nirvana at the time.

The recording includes an early version of ‘Scentless Apprentice’ from Nirvana’s 1993 album ‘In Utero’.

Washam writes in a  description that accompanies the demo: “I had never met Dave or Kurt and Krist even though I had heard Kurt was a fan of a band I used to be in, Scratch Acid. The jam was very low key, but I had to play Dave’s drums the way he had them set up for himself. Krist showed up and fun was had by all.

“This is only a portion of a two hour jam session. Later that night we went to go see Gun’s and Roses at the Kingdome.? Dave got me into the show and a little trouble started. Maybe a few too many egos in the place. I think the tape speaks for itself. Dave made the right decision to have Taylor play drums in Foo Fighters and not me. He never asked me to play with him again after that night. I still think he’s a good guy.”

Listen to the demo below – ‘Scentless Apprentice’ appears at 24:35.

Dave Grohl lost demo songs '92 w/ Krist Novoselic, Rey Washam drums - YouTube

In other news, Nirvana have reportedly issued a lawsuit against designer Marc Jacobs for allegedly stealing their iconic smiley face design. The squiggly yellow smiley face illustration was trademarked by the band in 1992.

According to TMZ, Nirvana filed a lawsuit in November last year, arguing that the fashion brand rips off the smiley face design in the “Redux Grunge” collection.

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In 'We Need To Talk About...', the weekly column from NME's Jordan Bassett, J-to-the-B vents his spleen on the topical issues that matter the most (or the least, if it happens to be a slow news day). This week: how Marvel's first ever drag queen superhero, Shade, has strutted into our hearts

Did I ever tell you about the time I was a drag queen? It was a magazine feature and accompanying short documentary, wherein the fantastic – and friendly – London drag troupe Sink The Pink took me under their bejewelled wings and taught me everything they know. Despite their patience and expertise, I successfully became the world’s worst drag artist. I even had a crap drag name: Darlene Desmond, which everyone I spoke to about it hated.

Hell, though – what a rush! I forgot to tuck, forgot all my dance moves, forgot how to walk in heels – and the performance I took part in, at Swansea University Students’ Union, flashed by in a blur of sight, sound and synthetic wigs. What I learned, though, was the power of drag, of transformation, of becoming someone else and owning that new sense of identity with relish.

READ MORE: I transformed into a drag queen with Sink The Pink and performed to 2000 drunk students

It’s about bloody time, then, that we had a decent drag queen superhero. You could argue that Superman would have got less done if he’d had to fix his weave every two seconds, but imagine how much that luscious head of hair would have pissed Lex Luther off. And Christopher Nolan would have had a harder time making Batman all serious if the Caped Crusader spent half his time teaching Alfred the butler how to vogue. But there are a few weapons in the drag queen’s arsenal that would aid and abet any superhero. For a start, one withering putdown would be enough to make Spiderman’s nemesis Dr Octopus’s tentacles sag, and you can only imagine how crestfallen Catwoman would be if you managed to out-sass her.

That’s why I welcome Shade, the first ever drag queen superhero to strut through the panel of Marvel Comics. She’s been created by writer Sina Grace and artist Nathan Stockman, who together work regularly on Iceman, the publishing powerhouse’s first comic to feature a queer lead. Shade debuted in the recent issue four of Iceman, replete with a glowing green bouffant and gaudy purple earrings. This is allegedly her superhero debut, although I’m pretty sure I saw Shade save The Glory in east London’s Eurovision party from complete chaos last year.

Sina Grace recently told LGBT+ website The Advocate: “I really wanted this series to push readers to new and better stories about the whole queer experience and how it applies to being both a mutant and a superhero.” A noble message equal, you sense, to her other objective: “My goal with this new Iceman series is for everyone – myself, the readers, the characters involved in the comic book – to have fun.” Social justice: better with cartoon violence.

Shade isn’t the world’s first drag queen superhero. Just last year, Netflix launched Super Drags, a grown-up Brazilian cartoon about a crew of drag queen superheroes – Lemon Chiffon, Safira Cian and Scarlet Carmesim – who must bring down the immaculately contoured Lady Elza, an evil queen intent on the most heinous crime of all: she wants to steal away all the glitter from the world. I mean, Jesus. What a stone-cold bitch. Even Doc Oc – as far as I can tell – was just enraged he could never find anything in Topshop with eight armholes.

Super Drags is terrific fun, and indicates a shift in perception of gender fluid characters. There was, a few years ago, an Indonesian movie called Madame X, in which a fabulous hairstylist moonlights as a superhero who wields a set of hair straighteners like a pair of deadly nunchucks. In general, though, popular culture often aligns gender fluidity and evil, and indeed the drag character is a well-established staple of the horror genre, a fact explored in a lecture from The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies in London last year. The gender fluid deviants of horror movies – Norman Bates in Psycho, Buffalo Bill in The Silence of the Lambs – may reflect a wider distrust of those who stray from the biological norm.

In 2019, though, with drag and queer identity having become firmly mainstream (see: Ru Paul’s Drag Race, Queer Eye, Conchita Wurst winning Eurovision way back in 2014), we’re seeing drag characters assume superhero status. It’s a seemingly frivolous but not insignificant progression that gives lie to the suggestion that the world’s becoming a more intolerant place. Shade: you’re saving the world in more ways than one, and your hair looks great.

Sink the Pink, who after more than decade in the game have become a proper London institution (they now even have an annual panto, which is honestly one of the highlights of my Christmas), built their reputation on themed club nights (from ‘Colour’ to ‘Toys’). I might have missed it, but I don’t think they’ve hosted a Superhero night. It might be high time for Darlene Desmond – shit name and all – to save the day.

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