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Smashing Pumpkins to Make DVD

The Smashing Pumpkins are working on a documentary highlighting their recent shows in Fillmore and their surprising introduction to the modern, average¬†concert-goer.¬† Corgan told ArtisanNews.com, “It was interesting, because we didn’t do what you would’ve expected us to do coming back after seven years. We decided to play these small shows and also write new […]

Are you a Canadian Pirate? If you’ve ripped a CD you may be…

There has been lots of news about the new Bill-C61 in Canada. You’d think that this was just to thwart peer-to-peer sharing and bit-torrent activity but it looks like there is a lot more. Have you ever ripped a CD for play on an iPod? I know I’ve only ripped about 250GB of music. I […]

Epitaph spawns Offspring remasters

Some may balk at this but the mighty punk label (and other genres as of late but I degress) is re-releasing remastered versions of Offspring’s groundbreaking Ignition and Smash. Why? Because they are two of the best albums that the label has ever been involved with and Gurewitz and the rest of the label is […]

The Number 12 Looks Like You get ready to release live CD/DVD

It seems everyone loves The Number 12 Looks Like You right now. And to keep the ball rolling the band is releasing a live cd/DVD package next week called Here At The End Of All Things.

New Angels and Airwaves video for Breathe

Probably the most heartfelt song on Angels & Airwaves I-Empire, Breath is well deserving of a premium video. And it looks like it got the treatment it deserved, again directed by Mark Eaton: What do you think? Not bad?

Tunecore.com, In it for the Indies

Attenzione to artists everywhere. Big, small or in between, if you haven’t smelled the stench of the declining sign, seal and sellout record label, its time for a wake up call. In this, the 21st century, draped in online streaming, Do-It-Yourself (DIY) record release and touring days, there are far too many indie success stories […]

Why can’t Supergrass find the love in North America?

Is it just me or does Supergrass seem to be sadly under-rated over here? I’ve been enjoying every one of their albums and yes, they have had 6 albums out now. Life On Other Planets was really a groundbreaking album for the band and Road to Rouen just kept them going on that path. I’ve […]

Yes Cancel 40th Anniversary Tour

Classic-rockers Yes will not be playing their 26-city tour this summer, which was scheduled to begin in Quebec next month. Founding member and frontman Jon Anderson expressed disappointment over the tour’s cancellation, but stated that his doctors advised him to spend the upcoming months resting and recovering from his recent respiratory attack. Anderson was admitted […]

Episode 16 – A-Punk Dennis Scanland

A-Punk is a podcast looking at some of the best punk with a melody in the past year or so. An awesome classic is thrown in at the end. Enjoy.

Escape The Fate add Craig Mabbit as new singer

As Many of you may already know. Craig Mabbit is the new singer of Escape The Fate. Replacing Ronnie Radke who is currently on probation Escape The Fate released a press release in early may. They did a few shows with Mabbit and as it turns out they liked how it went and decided to […]

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