• Radiohead continues to surprise fans with the ever-changing set list on its current tour, with the band performing its very first hit, “Creep,” for the first time since 2009 on Monday night (May 23rd) in Paris. The show also included rare airings of “No Surprises” and “True Love Waits,” but “Creep” — which the band considered a commercial sell-out after writing it — was the standout of the evening. (Gigwise)
  • There still doesn’t seem to be any love lost between former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher and his estranged brother and bandmate Noel. Apparently responding to a comment from the producer that Noel’s next album will be “fun,” Liam wrote on Twitter, “FUN is that what you call it your nothing but a YES man remember that GINGE.” He then posted a photo of Noel with the caption “Potato” and wrote “F**K OASIS” in a later tweet. Doesn’t look like that Oasis reunion is happening anytime soon. (NME)
  • All That Remains is working on its eighth album, singer Phil LaBonte has confirmed. LaBonte told Albany, New York radio station Q103 that the band is currently writing the follow-up to 2015’s The Order Of Things, with plans to begin recording in June. He added, “The Order Of Things came out just about over a year ago — it was in February of last year. So we try and get them out every two years or so, so we’re looking at probably February or so for the next one.” (Team Rock)
  • Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee says that the band members didn’t even say goodbye to each other after their final show last New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles. Lee revealed, “It’s kind of strange, man. We’re a f**king weird band. Even stranger, after the final night, we had a big party backstage on New Year’s Eve, and I never saw the other guys. We never even said ‘goodbye.’ F**king strange as hell, dude.” Lee also said that bassist Nikki Sixx unfollowed him on Twitter “like, the next day.” Sixx later responded to Lee’s comments about not saying goodbye, writing, “I didn’t go to a aftershow party at 1:30 a.m. because my sobriety from drugs & alcohol are my priority and I was with my kids.” (Rolling Stone)

CHECK IT OUT: Watch Radiohead perform “Creep” for the first time in seven years (warning – explicit lyrics):

Read two of Liam Gallagher’s colorful tweets about his brother:

FUN is that what you call it your nothing but a YES man remember that GINGE