Consequence of Sound is reporting that Dave Grohl suffered an accident while playing with the Foo Fighters in Sweden June 12. But he didn't let that stop him from being a badass.
Grohl reportedly fell during the band's performance of "Monkey Wrench" and remained on the ground for several minutes before being taken backstage. "Hey, ladies and gentlemen. I love you, but I think I just broke my leg. I really broke my leg," he told the audience.
While Grohl was attended to backstage, the rest of Foo Fighters played a set of covers sung by drummer Taylor Hawkins. Ultimately, Grohl returned to the stage with his leg wrapped and finished the concert sitting in a chair. "I may not be able to walk or run but I can still play guitar and scream," he proclaimed.
Thanks for continue being cooler than all of us, Dave.
In her video for her new single Stonemilker, Björk looks to the future and lets you look in 360 degrees. Shot with a 360 camera, the video allows for a virtual reality experience, letting you look all around while she sings to you.
Beautiful music! The casts of the Broadway versions of The Lion King and Aladdin were both stranded at LaGuardia Airport for over 7 hours due to weather delays and decided to pass the time with a sing off. I've never wanted to be stranded in an airport before now, but if every delay went down like this one I'd miss all my connecting flights.
The AV Club does this neat thing every year where they have a list of their favorite bands pick a song to cover from a gradually shrinking list. It produces some weird, random takes on popular songs and this Shake It Off cover by Screaming Females is a wonderful example.
It's pretty neat hearing such a prevalent song reduced to mostly drums and a bass line with a concise guitar solo for some added accent.
Take a listen and let us know what you think!