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All Good Things Tap Escape the Fate Singer for ‘The Comeback’

All Good Things are making moves in 2021, recently breaking out with their first Top 5 single “For the Glory” and now unveiling the follow-up…

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How Scientists Are Bringing Back Sturgeons, Fish That Once Swam With Dinosaurs

For millions of years, an armored behemoth has navigated its long nose through North American waterways. The lake sturgeon, which can reach six feet long…

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The Raven Age Debut ‘No Man’s Land’ Off Stripped Back ‘Exile’

Melodic metal group The Raven Age have set Exile as the follow-up to 2019’s Conspiracy album, which will feature two new original songs, one being the newly-released “No…

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The Highest Paid Rock + Metal Bands of 2020

Ten rock and metal acts made major bank in 2020 amid an unprecedented year that saw virtually no revenue from touring due to restrictions stemming from the COVID-19…

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Hear Yes’ First New Song Without Chris Squire, ‘The Ice Bridge’

Yes have released their first new song in seven years. “The Ice Bridge” is also their first without Chris Squire. The climate change-themed track, which you…

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How Mockingbirds Compose Songs Just Like Beethoven

What do the remarkably complex songs of the mockingbird have in common with Tuvan throat singing, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, the song “Show Yourself” from Frozen…

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Our Favorite Smartwatches Do Much More Than Just Tell Time

In May, Google announced it would be releasing a new version of its wearable operating system, which is used by a bevy of tech and…

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Please, a Moment of Silence for Comic-Con

The Monitor is a weekly column devoted to everything happening in the WIRED world of culture, from movies to memes, TV to Twitter. It’s fitting…

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What Bezos’ Big Day Means for Commercial Spaceflight

This week, Jeff Bezos flew to space. Or, at least high enough into the sky for it to technically count. While his 10-minute joyride in…

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The Best Sites, Apps, and YouTube Channels to Learn Music

Two decades ago, my drum teacher Marty told me how jealous he was of the millennial generation. When sweaty, teenage Marty learned to play, he…

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