Archive for January 14th, 2011

Gucci Mane gets icey

“I’m so icy, I’ll make ya say, ‘Brr.'”

More artists added to Bamboozle

The new artists added to Bamboozle roadshow are Further Seems Forever (original vocals: Chris Carrabba), Alkaline Trio, Sam Adams and Thrice. This event is taking place April 29th-May 1st in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Good Charlotte tour with FTSK/This Century

Good Charlotte have announced their North American tour with support from Forever The Sickest Kids and This Century. The tickets for these events go on sale on January 20th.

Tour video from Haste The Day

Watch Haste The Days‘ teaser video for their upcoming farewell tour with support from MyChildren MyBride, the Chariot, and A Plea For Purging after the jump.

DVD Review: Louis C.K. – Hilarious

Since gaining recognition for its stellar premiere as the first standup comedy film to premiere at Sundance, Louis C.K.’s Hilarious has been on the most anticipated comedy events of the decade. Now, almost a year later, it’s finally being released on DVD. Find out if the wait was worth it, after the jump!

Music video: Cold War Kids “Louder Than Ever”

Watch Cold War Kids‘ music video for “Louder Than Ever” after the jump.

Children Of Bodom new song stream

Click past the link to Children Of Bodom‘s Facebook page to listen to their new song “Was It Worth It?”

Music video: Scissor Sisters “Invisible Light”

Scissor Sisters‘ new music video for “Invisible Light” can be seen by clicking past the jump.

Skream + Benga: First BBC Show

Skream and Benga, two of the founding fathers of dubstep, have been given a window on BBC Radio 1 every second Thursday of the month at 9pm. Read the full story for more!

The Damned Things on Jimmy Kimmel

The Damned Things perform “We’ve Got a Situation Here” on Jimmy Kimmel Live after the jump.

Queens Of The Stone Age reissue

According to this article Queens Of The Stone Age will reissue their self-titled album on March 7th with 3 bonus tracks.

Arcade Fire performing at Grammys

The Recording Academy has announced that Arcade Fire will be performing at the Grammy Awards on February 13th. Check after the jump for more details.