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Record Store Day: Joe Satriani and Dave Matthews Band
Nov. 28 holds special meaning for fans of music on vinyl as that's when Record Store Day's Black Friday event takes place at indie brick & mortar record stores. Legacy Records, has a handful of interesting titles dropping for RSD Black Friday, and we've received a couple of them in advance.

Singled Out: Sunshine Riot's Dead Baby Cocaine Blues
Today from Sunshine Riot tells us about 'Dead Baby Cocaine Blues' from their forthcoming sophomore album 'Black Coffee Sigh,' which will be released in January.

Singled Out: Tyler Hilton's This Is Where My Heart Breaks
Today Tyler Hilton (One Tree Hill / Walk The Line) tells us about the song 'This Is Where My Heart Breaks' from his brand new album 'Indian Summer'.

Winterfylleth - The Divination of Antiquity
"The Divination of Antiquity" is the first of Winterfylleth's albums to create a dominating presence, crushing expectations and shattering creative barriers that had slightly impeded the band's journey on "The Threnody of Triumph."

Singled Out: The Glass Child
Today The Glass Child, a.k.a. the critically acclaimed Charlotte Eriksson, tells us about the song 'Heroes' from her brand new album 'I Must Be Gone and Live, or Stay and Die'.

The Defining Reissue of 2014: Smashing Pumpkins Adore Deluxe Reissue
Adore is a disconsolate album birthed out of incertitude and lament which is blended beautifully amongst electronic weeps and vocals so hushed that haunt you even when the music fades away.

Singled Out: Jutty Ranx' I See You
Today Jutty Ranx tells us about their new single 'I See You' which has just been released in the U.S. along with five remixes.

Sanctuary - The Year The Sun Died
A staunch continuation of the Nevermore sound, this is a fairly underwhelming experience that adds just a smidge of relevancy to the Sanctuary brand, an album based more on a few prime moments than its actual songs.

Singled Out: Battlehooch's Taking Kate For a Drive
Today AJ Mckinley from psych-pop n rock group Battlehooch tells us about the song 'Taking Kate For a Drive' from their brand new EP 'Wink,' which is being released tomorrow (November 22nd).


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David Bowie Previews Nothing Has Changed

Ginger Wildheart Releases Duet With Courtney Love

Pink Floyd Help Resurrect Vinyl

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Jimmy Page Proud of Performing Led Zeppelin Classic At Olympics

KISS Appear At Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Intervals and Singer Mike Semesky Part Ways

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Thunder Reveal New Album Details

Entombed Reveal Reissue Plans

Crisis Fueled Lacuna Coil's Nothing Stands In Our Way

Rob Reed Releases Willow's Song Video

Ian Anderson, Pineapple Thief and Messenger Added To Ramblin' Man

The Pop Group Release First New Song in 35 Years

A Day To Remember's McKinnon Producing Neck Deep Album

Red House Glory Unleash Living A Lie

One Direction Make History With Four

Lorde Was Taylor Swift's Manager For A Night

U2's Bono Sorry About Apology For iTunes Invasion

Wu-Tang Clan Give Letterman Viewers Ruckus in B Minor

Diplo and Mad Decent Deliver Christmas Mixtape

Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett Team For H&M Magical Holidays

Jake Owen Bucks The Trend, Has No Issue With Spotify

Katy Perry Teams With Covergirl For Holiday Campaign

Nickelback Poke More Fun At Themselves Than Net Haters

Nikki Sixx Calls On Musicians To Stand Up For Themselves

Soundgarden Release Storm Video

At The Gates Animated For Heroes And Tombs Video

Mogwai Release Teenage Exorcists Video

Status Quo Release Unplugged Matchstick Men Video

Thunder Release Wonder Days Video

Rev Peyton's Big Damn Band Stream New Song, Announce Album

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Rock Reads: Southbound: An Illustrated History of Southern Rock
There's always been a debate about what exactly constitutes Southern rock but here Bomar posits that the term was coined to refer to the Allman Brothers Band, and accordingly they get far more in depth coverage here than anyone else.

Necrodeath - The 7 Deadly Sins
"The 7 Deadly Sins" is, needless to say, as tight and fulfilling a record as Necrodeath's knowledge and abilities within the sector of their black/death/thrash metal style will allow.

Singled Out: Winter In Eden's With Intent
Today Steve Hauxwell from UK symphonic rockers Winter In Eden tells us about the song 'With Intent' and its new video, which comes from their brand new album 'Court of Conscience'.

Root 66: Shelly Waters - Drive
There's a new artist on the Americana scene, but Shelly Waters is not a beginner. A native of Louisiana's Cajun country, Waters previously worked in the genre known regionally as "swamp pop".

Singled Out: Leon Alvarado's Red Like Blood
Today Prog musician Leon Alvarado tells us about the song 'Red Like Blood' from his brand new album '2014, Music From An Expanded Universe'.

Saga - Sagacity
This is the second record since the return of vocalist Michael Sadler (who left for several years to devote more time to his young family) and I can only surmise that the time away from the band has revitalized both singer and band as these tracks are sizzling!

Singled Out: Burnt Belief (Jon Durant and Porcupine Tree's Colin Edwin)
Today Jon Durant from Burnt Belief (the duo that also features Porcupine Tree's Colin Edwin) tells us about 'Precis' from their brand new album 'Etymology', which was released late last month.

Get To Know... Stone Foxes
In this latest Get To Know feature, Kevin Wierzbicki talks to Stone Foxes lead singer Shannon Koehler about their new album, Twelve Spells, the unusual way they are releasing it, Jack Bruce, and more.

Singled Out: Michelle Chamuel (The Voice)
Today Michelle Chamuel (former Ella Riot singer and runner-up on the 4th season of The Voice) tells us about 'Face the Fire', which is the lead single and title track from her forthcoming studio album.

Arcade Messiah
On this self-titled debut, John Bassett's one-man band puts forth a body of "dark, bleak, and apocalyptic" sound (Bassett's own spot-on description of the music.)

Singled Out: Blue Eyed Christ's Freakshow
Today John D. Norten, the mastermind of the industrial rock act Blue Eyed Christ, tells us about the song 'Freakshow' from the brand new album 'A Rush and a Thrill'.

Heart & Friends - Home for the Holidays
Heart's 2013 concert to welcome the holiday season begins with a beautiful reading of Joni Mitchell's "The River" that features, with minor exceptions, just Ann Wilson's voice backed by a symphony orchestra.

Singled Out: Roxanna's Here With Me
Today Canadian music star Roxanna tells us about 'Here With Me,' which features soap star James Scott in the upcoming video and is the prequel to their previous hit video together 'Unforgotten'.

...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - IX
Sadly, IX is not prime Trail of Dead but rather a revisit of the Century of Self / Tao of the Dead era. There is nothing here that could stand with the best of the band's catalog of songs.

Singled Out: Atkins May Project's Midas Touch
Today guitarist Paul May from the Atkins May Project, his group with original Judas Priest vocalist Al Atkins, tells us about 'Midas Touch' from their brand new album 'Empire Of Destruction'.

Queen - Forever
Rather than repackage the beloved band's hits again, the songs found here were selected because they all reflect significant moments in Queen's development.

Singled Out: The Wild Beyond's Reflex Driver
Today Max Hodes from space rockers The Wild Beyond tells us about the song 'Reflex Driver' from their brand self titled debut EP, which is being released by The End Records today (Nov 11).

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble - The Complete Epic Recordings Collection
Here's the collection that Stevie Ray Vaughan completists have long desired: a 12-disc box set containing every official album that's ever been released plus rarities and a live concert recording that has until now been unavailable commercially.

Digital Daggers Singled Out Week: Just Beneath The Flames
Alternative pop duo Digital Daggers release their new album, 'Mixed Emotions' this week and to celebrate we asked Andrea Wasse to tell us about some of the tracks. Today we feature the song 'Just Beneath The Flames'.

Timeworn - Luminescent Wake
For fans of bands like Century and Black Breath, and with elements of Converge and Botch, Norway's Timeworn represent a lot of what's good in hardcore music. Timeworn manage to keep it interesting and never meander into the cheese-metal zone.

Singled Out: Alexander Ross-Iver's Cry For You
Today indie-pop songwriter Alexander Ross-Iver tells us about his new single 'Cry For You ' which was coproduced by John McLaughlin (Echo & The Bunnymen, Mick Jones, Westlife, Boyzone).


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