Happy #ThrowbackThursday! Tonight’s official #THROWBACKTRACK is “Insane In The Brain” by Cypress Hill! They’re playing Snoop Dogg’s Mount Kushmore Wellness Retreat at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles tonight. They’ll play a handful of festivals overseas this summer, stops in the Netherlands, the U.K., Austria, France, and Germany all on tap for Sen Dog, B-Real, DJ Muggs, and Bobo! Full schedule can be found RIGHT HERE. Check out the rest of this week’s throwbacks below.
MONDAY [4/17]: A Perfect Circle – “Judith” from their 2000 debut album Mer de Noms. Last month they let fans know they’ll be putting out their fourth album later this year—their first since 2004’s Emotive! Spring tour scheduled through early May. Full schedule RIGHT HERE.
TUESDAY: [4/18]: Everclear – “Everything to Everyone” from their 1997 album So Much For The Afterglow. They’ll celebrate the album’s 20th anniversary this spring with a two month tour across america kicking off May 11th in their hometown of Portland, Oregon. Full schedule RIGHT HERE.
WEDNESDAY [4/19]: Audioslave – “Like A Stone” from their 2003 debut self-titled album. With the guys so busy on other bands/projects, it’s hard to imagine they’ll reuniting anytime soon. Chris Cornell is of course heading out with Soundgarden this Summer, guitarist Tom Morello will be featured on Chuck Berry’s upcoming posthumous release Chuck! Check out “Big Boys” which also features Nathaniel Rateliff RIGHT HERE.
FRIDAY [4/14]: 3 Doors Down – “Kryptonite” from their 2000 album The Better Life, the biggest rock song in the country ON THIS DAY in 2000. They’ll headline the Scars And Stripes festival in downtown Las Vegas on June 3rd, tickets are available RIGHT HERE.