You never really know when a band like Nine Inch Nails might surprise you with an announcement, but when they do, people get excited. And there’s plenty to be excited about, as Trent Reznor has broken the news that not one, but two new EP’s will be coming in less than a year’s time.

The first will be coming quite soon, as Reznor stated that it will arrive before the band’s summer festival appearances, which begin on July 23. This means a new Nine Inch Nails EP should arrive sometime in the next six weeks or so.

Reznor also revealed that the band’s most recent release, Not The Actual Events, was the first in a triology of EPs, meaning that a third EP will also be coming. According to his time estimation, it will arrive “6-8 months apart” from the one that’ll be coming in the next few weeks.

Crystal Castles have announced a world tour in support of their most recent album, Amnesty (I). The tour kicks off June 8 in Mexico City and ends in November in Toronto, with stops across Europe, Russia, and the U.S. in between.

During the massive, Ariana-Grande-helmed One Love Manchester benefit concert this weekend, Coldplay performed an emotional, sing-along-heavy performance of their uplifting X&Y anthem “Fix You,” which they introduced via a partial cover of the song “Sit Down” by the Manchester band James.  Chris Martin and guitarist Jonny Buckland also joined Manchester’s own Liam Gallagher for a stripped-down cover of the Oasis standard “Live Forever” Martin and Buckland also paid tribute to Gallagher’s former band with a cover of the (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? highlight “Don’t Look Back in Anger,” which he sang to Ariana Grande on-stage.

Liam was the only Gallagher brother to show up, though, a fact he made very clear in a series of tweets after the concert, in which he called Noel a “sad fuck” for saying he was out of the country.

PVRIS have announced a fall headlining tour, and in addition to that news, they’ve also announced that a portion of every ticket sold will be donated to The Ally Coalition in support of LGBTQ equality. PVRIS will be taking Liam Gallagher on tour as support.  

*You’ve more than likely have used the word stan to describe your fandom for something, and now the Oxford English Dictionary has heard you loud and clear adding the word to the dictionary.

Stan was first used by Eminem in his 2000 release of the same name. “Stan” which sampled Dido‘s “Thank You” featured an obsessive fan who wrote letters to Eminem talking about how much he adored the rapper and how he wasn’t like any other fans.

The definition reads: As a noun, An overzealous or obsessive fan of a particular celebrity, and as a verb it’s you being a stan