Archive for November 19th, 2013

Tim Lambesis’ Wife Filing $2,000,000 Civil Suit Against Him

It’s not unknown that the As I Lay Dying frontman, Tim Lambesis, is on trial for allegedly attempting to hire a hitman to murder his estranged wife. News headlines have had his name plastered all over them for months. Well he will have to be dealing with more litigation in the near future, as his […]

HRBRS Part Ways With Vocalist

California hardcore outfit HRBRS have been through a variety of member changes over the span of their existence, but this fact does not make departures any less saddening when they occur. Today’s adieu is especially difficult, as vocalist and founding member Matt Gutierrez has announced he will be parting ways with the band. According to […]


Stand-Up Tuesdays is a weekly comedy spotlight written by the wonderfully talented Angie Frissore. Covering both known and unknown comics, Stand-up Tuesdays is your new source for all things funny. This week, Angie puts a spotlight on Bill Cosby’s comedy career. If you or your comedy troupe would like to be featured on Stand-Up Tuesdays, please email […]

EXCLUSIVE: A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Comics Come Home 2013

This is the first of what we hope will become many cross-promotional efforts with our friends at The Laugh Button. If you love comedy, please make it a point to bookmark and frequent their fantastic site. Each year for the past 19 years, Denis Leary has traveled to his hometown of Boston to put on […]

R2-D2 Confirmed For New ‘Star Wars’ Film, Model Built By Fans

The long loved astro-droid from previous Star Wars incarnations will make a return in the new film, Episode VII. I mean, let’s be honest, it wouldn’t really be a Star Wars film if it didn’t have R2-D2. While this was probably assumed by most already, it is nice to have some actual confirmation of something […]

Must Watch: Bob Dylan’s New Music Video For “Like a Rolling Stone”

Even if Bob Dylan‘s “Like a Rolling Stone” wasn’t one of the greatest rock and roll songs ever recorded, the new music video would still be worth watching. I say “watching” because it’s a music video, but “watching” isn’t quite the right word, since the video is actually interactive, allowing you to flip through television […]

Evergreen Terrace Debut Second New Song From ‘Dead Horses’

Evergreen Terrace have premiered “When You’re Born in the Gutter, You End Up in the Port,” the second new track we’ve heard from their upcoming album Dead Horses. The album marks the group’s sixth full-length, but first for Rise Records and first without founding guitarist Josh James, who left the band a year ago to […]

An Outkast Reunion May Be “All Systems Go” For Coachella Performance

***UPDATE*** Revolt TV (owned by Sean Combs and Comcast) is reporting that they can now confirm that an Outkast reunion is definitely happening! According to their “tight-lipped” sources, performances will be taking place in 2014 but there are currently no plans for a new album. We’ll take what we can get! Andre 3000 and Big […]

REVIEW: The Acacia Strain – ‘Above/Below’

Artist: The Acacia Strain Album: Above/Below 7″ Label: Rise Records Genre: Metal/Hardcore Before moving forward, I’d like to start out by saying that I usually shy away from reviewing this type of material, as the modest amount of tracks doesn’t leave a lot of wiggle room between “I absolutely loved it” and “I’d rather listen […]

Foster The People’s Next Record “Not What People Will Expect”

In 2011, Foster The People broke onto the scene with the single “Pumped Up Kicks,” but since then, the band has had a nearly non-existent presence. Frontman Mark Foster spent this time in the studio working on the band’s next album (due out early next year) and scoring his first feature film, entitled Little Boy. But, […]

HAIM Announce Spring North American Tour

HAIM have announced a slew of new North American tour dates for April and May. The routing puts them on the West Coast in mid-April, which makes a stop at Coachella a near certainty — not that such a booking should come as a surprise for one of 2013’s breakthrough bands. The band is also […]

REVIEW: Polar Bear Club – ‘Death Chorus’

Band: Polar Bear Club Album: Death Chorus Genre: Post-Punk Label: Rise Records Ladies and gentleman, I can confirm that the rumours are indeed true; Jimmy Stadt has changed his vocal style. The rumours of Polar Bear Clubs demise as a result, however, are not just greatly exaggerated, they are blatantly untrue. And if there is […]