Archive for July 3rd, 2011

Alex Johnson leaves The Cab

The Cab are going through changes. The band recently announced that they would be leaving Fueled by Ramen/Decaydance. Today, Alexander DeLeon announced on his twitter that drummer Alex Johnson was being let go. He issued the following statement. We love and will always love Alex Johnson. It was not a decision The Cab wanted to […]

New interview with Deftones

Drummer Abe Cunningham and keyboardist Frank Delgado sat down with to discuss Deftones history and where they are heading musically. Watch the video interview by clicking play below.

The Ocean and Textures announce tour dates

The Ocean and Textures have announced a new set of tour dates in November and December with opening act Aliases. View all of the official dates by looking below. 11/17 Groningen, NET – Vera 11/18 Utrecht, NET – Tivoli De Helling 11/20 Leiden, NET – LVC 11/24 Southampton, UK – Joiners 11/25 London, UK – […]

Architects rejoined by Alex Dean

Architects bassist Alex “Ali Dino” Dean has officially rejoined the group after spending some time back at home for personal reasons. Ali will make his return to the stage next weekend at the Sonisphere Festival. Read a message from Ali, on coming back, by looking below. Hey everyone! I’m very happy to be able to […]

Chiodos side project, ShotGun MachineGun

Several members of Chiodos have teamed up with some old high school friends to create a new project called ShotGun MachineGun. Bradley Bell, Matt Goddard, Chad Horton, Chris July, Pat McManaman make up the band. They have one single which you may listen to on their Facebook page. What do you think? Good idea, bad […]

Fear Before are on hiatus

Fear Before, also referred to as Fear Before The March Of Flames, have a grey future as far guitarist Adam Fisher is concerned. He posted a short statement on the group’s Facebook page about the “future” of the band. Do not mistake my previous post for a break-up announcement. It was an update letting you […]

Alice Cooper joins Foo Fighters on-stage

Alice Cooper made an appearance last night at The National Bowl in Milton Keynes, United Kingdom. He joined the Foo Fighters on-stage to a huge roar from the crowd and performed his classic hit “School’s Out.” Watch the video right here and enjoy.

We Are The In Crowd finish new album

We Are The In Crowd recently announced that they have finished recording their debut album. The album will be released this fall via Hopeless Records.

Thrice have been robbed

Thrice have had a large amount of gear stolen from them. click here and contact to help out!

MUSIC VIDEO: Game ft. Justin Timberlake & Pharrell Williams – Ain’t No Doubt About It

A song scheduled for Game’s R.E.D. album surfaced online in April 2010 featuring Justin Timberlake and Pharrell. The album was famously delayed (still remains that way) and the song vanished, as if it were a mistake. Fast forward to yesterday when the monochromatic visuals for the track arrived on Youtube. You can view the video […]


REVIEW: New Years Day – The Mechanical Heart EP

“A band like New Years Day is for the Green Day crowd; a dark, yet accessible pop-rock band, they aren’t anything more, but they don’t claim to be. So if you grew up on “American Idiot” era Green Day, or ever listened to My Chem’s “Black Parade”, this album would be right up your alley. And while it’s not exactly my taste, at least they didn’t fall into the “nice people; horrible band” category.”


REVIEW: Phinehas – Thegodmachine

“These days, metalcore is pretty much metalcore, there are slight varying details that distinguish a good band from a bad band, but I’m sure there are people out there that cant really tell the difference. That said, while subtle, it’s those little details that make all the difference and those bands that are missing those elements aren’t going to last very long. Phinehas, on the other hand, have proven that they have what it takes, and do so with just their debut album.”