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Bono was injured while riding his bike in Central Park over the weekend, and his injuries seem to be pretty severe. Rolling Stone reports that the U2 singer was in surgery for five hours following…   Read Story »
Last Sunday, U2 announced that they would be unable to able to play a weeklong residency on The Tonight Show after Bono suffered a cycling accident in New York's Central Park. The Tonight Show has…   Read Story »
As the fan site @U2 reports, U2 have a new version of their recent Songs Of Innocence album about to come out. Films Of Innocence includes videos for every one of the 11 tracks on Songs Of Innocence,…   Read Story »
U2 were scheduled to begin a weeklong residency on The Tonight Show this Monday 11/17, but that's been scrapped due to a bicycle accident Bono suffered today that required surgery. As Pitchfork…   Read Story »
In the months since U2 slipped Songs Of Innocence into everyone's iTunes library without asking, many musicians have taken aim at Bono and company, a list that includes Tyler, The Creator, Trent…   Read Story »
Nicki Minaj hosted the MTV Europe Music Awards last night and debuted a new track from The Pinkprint called "Bed Of Lies." The song features and was co-written by Skylar Grey, who is probably best…   Read Story »
After U2 suffered massive backlash for sliding Songs Of Innocence into everyone's iTunes library without permission, Bono apologized for the stunt in a Facebook Q&A. His comments to journalist David…   Read Story »
U2 are the latest band to participate in a week-long residency for a late-night show. Foo Fighters kicked off the trend on Letterman in October, and Metallica announced last week that they will take…   Read Story »
Pink Floyd's Nick Mason is the latest person to weigh in on U2's Apple stunt for Songs Of Innocence. Like Patrick Carney and Trent Reznor before him, Mason also believes that U2 devalued music by…   Read Story »
It's become so easy, of late, to think of U2 in international-corporation terms that it's weirdly surprising to imagine them as human beings who listen to music sometimes. But in a new Rolling Stone…   Read Story »