Pearl Jam continue to roll in the Cage Match, as their single 'Sirens' defeated Cage the Elephant's 'Come a Little Closer' to earn it's third straight victory. But can Pearl Jam continue their winning ways against a fellow gr
The battle of Seattle is over with Pearl Jam's 'Sirens' album emerging victorious over Soundgarden's 'Halfway There' in the latest Cage Match. Pearl Jam have two victories in a row, but will they continue on the path to the Cage Match Hall of Fame?
It was a tight battle, but rock vets Pearl Jam ousted reigning champ Deftones in the most recent Cage Match. Emerging with just over 52 percent of the vote, 'Sirens' bested Deftones 'Romantic Dreams' and is now ready to sound off for a new battle.
It was about as close as you could get, but Deftones put an end to the Cage Match winning streak of Volbeat. 'Romantic Dreams' edged out 'Lola Montez' with just shy of 51 percent of the final vote. Can Deftones make it two-for-two?
In the early parts of Pearl Jam's career, it appeared there was still a place for rock to coexist in the pop music universe, but in recent years the divide between pop and rock has grown greater. Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder tells Rolling Stone he's not exactly the biggest fan of today's pop music and what it provides the listener.
Pearl Jam's 'Lightning Bolt' album is set to arrive on Oct. 15, but it was a lengthy journey getting to the completion of the band's latest disc. To give fans a little insight into the creation of the effort, Pearl Jam have posted a nine-minute short film shot by directing pal Danny Clinch.
In May of this year, authors Jon Wiederhorn and Katherine Turman released the impressively comprehensive book 'Louder Than Hell: The Definitive Oral History of Metal.' The critically acclaimed tome, available for sale at Amazon, tells the s
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