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NASA Astronaut to Take Ocean Rain to the International Space Station

Move over Star Trek. Echo & The Bunnymen’s mighty 1984 album Ocean Rain will boldly go to the International Space Station on June 13th courtesy of astronaut Colonel Timothy L. Korpa. Korpa, who has been a Bunnymen fanatic since his teens recently contacted the band via their website about his upcoming three-month mission on the […]

Obituary get set to release new album, Darkest Days

When OBITUARY announced plans to record a new album in early 2007, the metal world stood up and applauded. One of death metal’s crown jewels was returning and fans couldn’t have been more enthused. The album, Xecutioner’s Return, delivered the goods as only OBITUARY could. Now, two years later, the band returns with eighth full-length […]

Video Of The Week: M Ward – Hold Time

Anytime M Ward releases something you should pay attention. His new album is called Hold Time and from what I’m hearing out there, there is still a lot of people that haven’t heard it. Here is just a sneak preview of what Mr. Ward has to offer, a wonderful video for the title track. Happy […]

GWAR signs back to Metal Blade Records

Let the world tremble! Metal Blade Records and Slave Pit Inc. have joined forces again to announce the re-signing of the mighty GWAR…here we see Metal Blade Owner & CEO Brian Slagel and GWAR lead singer Oderus Urungus holding the carefully crafted document that spells DOOM for the human race. Untold legions of slaves are already laboring without […]

INDIE CLASSIC 101: #6 The Clash – The Clash

Welcome students old and new… every Thursday until the sun blazes the Earth, the staff shall pay homage to the most classic indie albums of all time. No countdowns, or top 100 lists, just a weekly gaze into the Music Emissions vault. Let the education begin… The Clash were an English rock band that formed […]

Minus The Bear are working on their new album

Seattle-based quintet Minus the Bear are currently hard at work on their highly anticipated fourth studio album, still untitled. Excited to expand on their inimitable brand of rock n roll songwriting and explore their existing love of audio ingenuity, the band teamed up with Grammy Award winning producer Joe Chicarelli (My Morning Jacket, The White […]

Recs from Crooked X

Crooked X is a hard rock band from Coweta, Oklahoma, USA, consisting of members Forrest French (lead vocals/guitar), Jesse Cooper (lead guitar/backup vocals), Josh McDowell (bass), and Boomer Simpson (drums). Here are Jesse’s top five bands/albums Black Stone Cherry – Great songs, great live,great bunch of guys from Kentucky. Shinedown – The Sound of Madness […]

Episode 41 – Western Canada

I thought I would take a trip in Western Canada and give you some tips on some hot Canadian bands. You’ll note there aren’t any bands from Calgary. Because that’s where I live I am going to do a dedicated podcast there. So basically we are stuck with a few Vancouver bands and 2 from […]

Video of the Week: Torche – Across The Shields

Ah, Torche. They received many acolades last year with Meanderthal. Now they’ve released a video for the best song on the album “Across The Shields”. Enjoy and have a grand weekend. I dare you to run around in a costume all weekend!

INDIE CLASSIC 101: #5 Smashing Pumpkins – Gish

Welcome students old and new… every Thursday until the sun blazes the Earth, the staff shall pay homage to the most classic indie albums of all time. No countdowns, or top 100 lists, just a weekly gaze into the Music Emissions vault. Let the education begin… The Smashing Pumpkins is an American alternative rock band […]

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