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The Internet’s Funniest New Tool Album Memes
As if to distract ourselves from the wait, we've laughed along with each meme, and these are the very best.
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Calls Trump ‘Bats–t Crazy,’ Says Democrats ‘Don’t Have An…
Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong sounded off on President Trump and Democrats while onstage with Michael Moore.
Teens Shower Green Day With Unanimous Praise in ‘React’ Video
Literally every teen in this 'React' video ended up loving Green Day.
Rolling Stone Magazine Is Going Up for Sale
This move could leave Rolling Stone out of 71-year-old founder Jann Wenner’s hands for the first time in the publication’s history.
Watch This Guy Play Guitar While Undergoing Brain Surgery
Doctors in India recently performed brain surgery on a conscious man while the patient played his acoustic guitar.
‘Game of Thrones’ Actor Peter Dinklage Was in a Punk Band Called Whizzy
The massively successful actor used to be in a punk band called Whizzy back in the ‘90s.
Chris Cornell’s Brother Condemns Conspiracy Theories Surrounding Soundgarden Frontman’s De…
Peter Cornell addressed the 'conspiracy theories and absurd conjecture' that has been shared online relating to Chris Cornell's suicide.
Bad Religion’s Greg Graffin Plays ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’
If you love your Wiki episodes completely loaded with fiction, this segment with Bad Religion vocalist Greg Graffin is for you.
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Condemns Charlottesville White Nationalists: ‘I F–king Ha…
The Virginia protests turned tragic after a car driven by an alleged white supremacist plowed into a group, killing one and injuring 19 others.
Punk Singer Reportedly Refused Entry to the United States for Impersonating Donald Trump
Peter and the Test Tube Babies singer Peter Bywaters was interrogated by customs and flown back to the U.K. after landing in the U.S.