Michael Gallucci is the managing editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. His previous gigs include editor-of-chief at Diffuser.fm, managing editor of Cleveland Scene and writing about music and movies for All Music Guide, American Songwriter, the A.V. Club, Goldmine, M Music & Musicians, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites.
Morrissey Dropped by His Record Company
Days after Morrissey delivered another one of his online rants, this one about how much his record company sucks, the singer now claims that the label has dropped him.
Listen to Eight Seconds From the New Foo Fighters Album
After dropping clues to an online scavenger hunt of sorts that led to a photo that may or may not be the cover of their new album, the Foo Fighters are teasing fans with a taste of their upcoming record.
Can’t Make It to Lollapalooza in Chicago? Watch It Online
Lollapalooza is happening in Chicago this weekend.
Beastie Boy Mike D Talks About Grunge and the ’90s
In a new video interview with Vanity Fair, Beastie Boys member Mike D talks about the '90s and, in particular, the influence of grunge on the era's music scene.
Weird Al Yankovic’s Marching Band-Fueled Clip for ‘Sports Song’ Plus GIFs! [Video]
If you haven't heard by now, "Weird Al" Yankovic is promoting his new album, 'Mandatory Fun,' by releasing eight videos in eight days.
New Dead Weather and White Stripes Releases on the Way
Jack White has been super-busy lately, with a new album, tour and a bunch of cover songs to learn.
Faith No More Plays Two New Songs in Concert
It's been 17 years since Faith No More released an album.
My Bloody Valentine Is Working on a New EP
It took My Bloody Valentine more than 20 years to release a follow-up album to their classic 1991 record 'Loveless,' but it looks like the wait for more new music from the band might not be as long.
Casey Kasem, Radio Legend and Voice of Shaggy, Dies at 82
Casey Kasem, the radio legend who hosted the weekly 'American Top 40' program in its various incarnations from 1970-2004, has died.
Title Track for Black Keys’ New Album ‘Turn Blue’ [Audio]
The first blast from the new Black Keys album was sorta familiar-sounding: bluesy, moody, a little on the fuzzy garage side.
Soundgarden and Queens of the Stone Age Members Form New Group
Members of Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age and Off! are forming a new supergroup that doesn't have a name yet.
Foo Fighters’ New Album Coming Out in November
Hot on the heels of a just-released teaser trailer for their upcoming TV series, the Foo Fighters have unveiled a date for their new album.