Apple's U2 Removal Tool, Jack White's Foo Fighters Controversy and Gwar's Vulvatron in Our News Roundup

Apple's U2 Removal Tool, Jack White's Foo Fighters Controversy and Gwar's Vulvatron in Our News Roundup
Once again it's that time where we take a breather and look back at the top stories of the last week. If you fear something passed you by, here's your chance to catch up.

First off, there was more than a little drama this week in the news. Not only did Robin Thicke dig himself ever deeper in the "Blurred Lines" lawsuit, but Jack White took a lot of heat over some comments directed at the Foo Fighters and Rolling Stone. Also, following a whole lot of backlash, Apple released a tool to remove that perhaps unwanted U2 album from your iTunes, drummer Kurt Dahle left the New Pornographers, Guided By Voices broke up yet again, and we found out Jay Z is getting sued over the word "oh."

In other news, Gwar got a new frontwoman, Perfect Pussy's Meredith Graves sounded off on sexism, celebrity and Andrew W.K. in a new essay, soundtrack labels Mondo and Death Waltz merged, and Lil B gave us the Basedmoji app.

Finally, Stars and Hey Rosetta! are teaming up for a Canadian tour, Mother Mother announced all the details of their new album and their upcoming Canadian tour, and we learned how to make a Slayer pizza.