Days before frontman Chester Bennington’s death, Linkin Park filmed an episode of Carpool Karaoke, the standalone Apple Music series based on the popular Late Late Show segment. It wasn’t entirely clear whether the session would be released, with Carpool Karaoke creator James Corden saying the choice was up to Bennington’s family. Apparently they gave the okay, and today Linkin Park released the episode, which is dedicated to Bennington’s memory, as a free stream on Facebook.The ride is hosted by comedian Ken Jeong, a self-professed Linkin Park fanatic. On the surface, it’s the usual Carpool antics: a little of OutKast’s “Hey Ya,” Linkin Park classics “Numb” and “In the End,” a dance session, and some regular karaoke with a woman Jeong pulls off the sidewalk. Bennington appears to be in good spirits and talks about his kids, which makes the whole thing even sadder.

Brand New’s latest album Science Fiction may have released in August, but fans are still waiting patiently for the “very limited” vinyl version to arrive at their homes. The fifth album was originally announced via the band’s own label and fans have been waiting for some time for the copies to begin shipping in October. So if you put a preorder in on Brand New’s latest album, you should be seeing it in your mailbox soon. Previously anyone who had preordered the album on vinyl received a special CD (limited to 500) with all the songs compressed into one track. The album was put up for sale later, and now the actual vinyl is reaching its original purchasers. The band is also out on tour in support of Science Fiction, kicking off on Oct. 15. You can purchase tickets via presale offers right now if you’re interested in hitting up a show.

Nine Inch Nails‘ dynamic duo of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have shared their supremely spooky cover of John Carpenter‘s famous Halloween theme just in time for the hallowed holiday. Of course, the two musicians also currently comprise the official member roster for Nine Inch Nails, who released their Add Violence EP earlier this summer, following 2016’s Not The Actual Events. A third NIN EP release, completing an EP “trilogy” (per Rolling Stone) is expected by the end of the year.

Marilyn Manson is still recovering from an incident that happened two weeks ago, where he was crushed by a falling prop while performing onstage. He’s taken an abundance of time to get back on his feet, as it were, after being severely injured. Now he’s ready to chat about the unfortunate accident, and in a recent interview with Yahoo, he states that while the injuries he sustained are pretty bad, it could have been way worse. 

On Nov. 4, you can have a chance at owning a piece of Nirvana history when a slew of Kurt Cobain‘s possessions go up for auction via Julien’s Auctions. Included among the assortment is the late musician’s Blockbuster card.That’s right, one lucky Nirvana fan will get to commemorate the ’90s with Kurt Cobain’s actual video rental card from an L.A.-area Blockbuster store. As pointed out by Stereogum, some other interesting items in the lot include original Cobain sketches, In Utero album artwork proofs, and even Nirvana’s MTV VMAs Moonman trophy for the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” video.As we previously reported, In Utero producer Steve Albini recently auctioned off a couple of Nirvana microphones, both of which went for a mint—so have your moola ready if want to get some authentic Kurt Cobain items come Nov. 4.

After much teasing, Foo Fighters have announced the details of their massive UK shows to take place next summer, with tickets going on sale Oct. 20.Dates:

6/13 – Manchester Etihad Stadium

6/22 – London Stadium

6/23 – London Stadium

Panic! At The Disco guitarist Kenneth Aaron Harris is striking out on his own with a side project. No, he’s not leaving the band, before you commence to freaking out. He’s just announced his upcoming EP Patterns, which is full of Harris’s signature style. It’s the same band member you know and love, just working on his own side hustle. This is Harris’s second full-length album, as he’s been hard at work touring and producing for artists like New Politics and Francis Cone. His newest effort, Patterns, was borne while Harris’ wife was carrying the couple’s first child. Patterns is releasing in full on Nov. 10. Are you excited to hear more from your favorite Panic!

Fall Out Boy have announced a new “Calling You From The Future” competition—all you have to do is look through their ~crystal ball~ and see what happens! So what exactly does the winner get? Well, the winner gets a trip for two for the band’s show in Los Angeles or one of ten other prizes, including a $100 credit to FOB’s online store, a three month subscription to Spotify or a signed copy of M A  N   I  A upon its release. Sign up here

The nominations for the 2017 American Music Awards have been announced, and a few bands from the scene are receiving some love. Linkin Park, Twenty One Pilots and Imagine Dragons have been nominated for Favorite Alternative Rock artist. AMA’s will air on November 19th.

We already knew that Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves fame has had a particular interest in extraterrestrial life and UFOs. Turns out his interest and research has led to the development of To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science. What does that mean, exactly? It’s a “consortium of scientists, aerospace engineers and creatives” who will work together and give “gifted” researchers the freedom to explore exotic science and technologies. Basically, it’s a way for the global science community to explore the topics that have been previously under-explored or unexplored—including extraterrestrial life.Co-founder DeLonge has the title of President and CEO, with a former senior intelligence service member of the CIA and a regular NASA and Department of Defense advisee being appointed to other high-ranking roles. With a team varying from aerospace to genetics professionals graduating from everywhere from Stanford to Yale, DeLonge has a highly educated team supporting him on this endeavor.

Paramore‘s music video for “Hard Times” recently hit 50 million views on YouTube, and to celebrate, they released a clip of some hilarious outtakes from the filming of the video. Check out the bloopers from the green screen scenes of the “Hard Times” music video below!

Green Day released their last LP, Revolution Radio, almost exactly a year ago, and today they’ve announced their next release: a summation of their career to date, portentously titled Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band. The collection of the pop-punk band’s hits is laid out chronologically, beginning with Kerplunk’s “2000 Light Years Away” from 1991 and moving up through the present. The album will also featured two new tracks, “Back in the USA” and a new version of Revolution Radio’s “Ordinary World” featuring Miranda Lambert. In the band’s tweet announcing the project, they also clarified that they’d be releasing a new music video with the project, and thanked Stephen Colbert, who inspired the album title with a skit he did to introduce the band on his show. Check out the track list and art for the collection below.

Nostalgic White Stripes fans, rejoice! Still have a cassette player in your car? In your kitchen boombox, even? You can now pop in the best White Stripes albums–1999’s self-titled debut, 2000’s De Stijl, and 2001’s White Blood Cells–which are being reissued on (you guessed it) white cassettes in time for Cassette Store Day.