Archive for June, 2009

Suicide Silence – No Time To Bleed

Artist: Suicide Silence Album: No Time To Bleed Genre: Deathcore Label: Century Media Suicide Silence is one of those bands that seemed to blow up out of nowhere. Hailing from the deathcore genre, which is mainly unmarketable to 90% of the world, the group’s last release, The Cleansing was praised the world over for it’s […]

Brokencyde Post Another Terrible Video

Brokencyde have unleashed the video for “40 oz.” I don’t know who tells them what songs need videos, but they need to be fired. brokeNCYDE – 40oz

Alexisonfire – Old Crows/Young Cardinals

Artist: Alexisonfire Album: Old Crows/Young Cardinals Genre: Hard Rock Label: Vagrant [US] It’s been a few years since Alexisonfire has released a record. Dallas Green, the singer of the group [not the screamer] found some success with his solo project City & Colour, but has often commented his heart is in the heavier world of […]

New Cobra Starship Video

Cobra Starship have unleashed the video for their top 40 charting single, “Good Girls Go Bad.” Now, I’ve been a die hard promoter of Gabe returning to his Midtown bandmates and releasing more smart pop punk, but I’ll admit, this is a catchy track and the video is hilarious. Check it out below:

Against Me! – The Original Cowboy

Artist: Against Me! Album: The Original Cowboy Genre: Freak Acoustic/Punk Label: Fat Wreck Chords I need no reason to add more Against Me! to my music collection. They’ve been one of the few bands I feel I need every scrap of music they’ve ever put on tape in my own collection. I don’t know why […]

Michael Jackson Music Sales Through The Roof

Like Tupac Shakur, The Notorious B.I.G. and others, record sales for the late pop icon Michael Jackson have spiked in the days following the singer’s untimely passing. According to new reports, the demand for Jackson’s music has far exceeded the supply, leaving retailers rushing to fill backorders for The King of Pop. Several Best Buy […]

U2’s “Spider-Man” Musical to Star Evan Rachel Wood, Alan Cumming

Evan Rachel Wood appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday and chatted about her upcoming role as Mary Jane Watson in Bono and the Edge’s Spider-Man musical, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. “It’s unlike any Spider-Man you’ve ever seen,” she said. “Bono and the Edge are doing the music. It was hysterical, I got […]

Sky Saxon, Lead Singer for the Seeds, Dies at 71

Sky Saxon, the mop-haired bass player and front man for the psychedelic protopunk band the Seeds, whose 1965 song “Pushin’ Too Hard” put a Los Angeles garage-band spin on the bad-boy rocker image personified by the Rolling Stones, died Thursday in Austin, Tex. He was thought to be 71. His death was announced by his […]

Lil’ Jon wins wine award

The Los Angeles International Wine and Spirits Competition has awarded Little Jonathan’s Winery a silver medal for his 2006 Central Coast Chardonnay. Jon promised fans that his wine would be a good one, despite him not being an “expert” and it seems the the competition’s judges agree that it’s deserving of awards. “My full name […]

Remembering Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson – Beat It (Live from Bad Tour 1987) For me, there are too many hits to name before you would get sick of reading my post so I will stay away from doing just that. I would like to just relay a few of my memories and tell how Michael Jackson has impacted […]

Scott Storch Grand Theft Auto Charge Dismissed

Scott Storch’s grand theft auto charge was recently dismissed. Storch was accused of stealing a leased Bentley earlier this year by luxury dealership, Atlas Leasing in Florida. The company pressed charges against the super producer, after they claimed he failed to return a 2004 Bentley Flying Spur, seven months past the due date. Storch on […]

D12 Regroup for First U.S. Tour Since Proof’s Passing

Initially reunited for a one-off performance back in May, D12 will officially hit the road together for the late summer Dazed and Dirty Tour. Though Eminem will be not be involved, Shady revealed on BET’s Rap City recently that the Detroit collective would be recording their third album sometime in the near future. “It’s like, as […]