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Big D and The Kids Table Launch Kickstarter To Fund Two New Albums

Boston legends Big D and The Kids Table have launched a new Kickstarter to fund the recording and release of two new albums. We cover Kickstarter accounts on a near daily basis at this point, and to be honest, it’s a bit tiring trying to develop new ways to tell you people you may or […]

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Protest The Hero Need $125,000 To Fund Next Album

Whitby, Ontario rockers Protest The Hero have announced that they are done with label obligations and looking to fund their next album through the fans. PTH need to raise 125,000 in just 30 days and require all of your help to do so. Read a statement from the band below and watch the video for […]

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Suicide Silence Launch “Mitch Lucker Memorial Fund;” Ask Fans To Donate

The death of Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker is still fresh on our minds, but it’s the future of his Daughter Kenadee that is the center of this post. Moments after news began to spread about Lucker’s death last Thursday, fans and publications around the world began talking about how the community as a whole […]

The Classic Crime 2012

The Classic Crime Explain Kickstarter Campaign Feedback

The Classic Crime recently had to backpedal after statements were made by band members, in light of their successful Kickstarter campaign. The band took some time and energy to explain the entire event and break down the financial situation for the members of TCC. Read what they had to say below and comment through the […]

The Classic Crime 2012

The Classic Crime Launch Kickstarter Group

Indie rockers The Classic Crime have started a Kickstarter group to help fund their upcoming album. The goal is to raise $30,000 by April 12, 2:23AM EDT. Read a small excerpt of the band’s letter to fans and watch the video explaining the Kickstarter by simply clicking through the jump! We hope you decide to […]

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Pukkelpop sets up fund to help victims of storm

On August 18, five people were killed when a stage collapsed at the Pukkelpop Festival in Belgium. In order to help the victim of the tragedy, the festival has set up an “independent and autonomous charity.” All donations to the fund will go directly to those affected by the collapse.