Britney Sex Tape Denied, Coldplay EP, Bret Michaels Parks Bus After Deadly Crash, More Bad TV Redone, Seal Soul, Free Slayer and more
Coldplay will release what they are calling a digital EP. The effort entitled "Lost" will hit digital media outlets on November 11th. According to Aversion it's really just a extended single for the title track. more
Bret Michaels is temporarily pulling the plug on his upcoming reality show Rock Of Love Bus to reach out to the families of two women killed in a car accident caused by a "Rock" roadie. more
Exactly a year on the heels of his last album, Seal will unveil another new project Nov. 11 via Warner Bros. "Soul," as its name indicates, features the artist covering 11 vintage soul numbers with production from David Foster more
Former KISS guitarist Ace Frehley will not be signing any guitars or pick guards and will be charging a fee for autographs during his appearance at the Chiller Theatre toy, model and film expo on October 25. Grab your wallet and head here for more info.
A brand-new Slayer album is expected in 2009, but some fans won't have to wait that long to get an early listen to some of the new music. Fans who attend any of the upcoming European "Unholy Alliance Tour, Chapter III" dates, will receive the new Slayer song via an exclusive download card that will also include special material from the entire tour's line-up - Slayer, Mastodon, Trivium and Amon Amarth. more
Beck has added a second date to his opening stand at the Club Nokia theater in downtown Los Angeles. The second date will take place November 9 the day Before the sold out November 10 show. Tickets are on sale now.
Pain, the Swedish band led by Peter Tägtgren (Hypocrisy) will embark on the European tour in January/February 2009. Support on the trek will come from Brother Firetribe, the Finnish AOR/hard rock band featuring Nightwish guitarist Emppu Vuorinen. more
Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme wants to ship the band out to his desert studio to record album number six. more
Dead Confederate is pleased to announce that they will be playing at this year's Fun Fun Fun Fest After Party in Austin, TX. On November 8, right after the festival ends on day 1, head over to Mohawk (912 Red River) to see Dead Confederate play Transmission Entertainment's Official After Party. They will be supporting White Denim Myspace link
Ratt singer Stephen Pearcy will embark on the "Metal In America XXX-Mas" tour later this fall. Support on all dates will come from one hit glamster's Britny Fox. more
We posted the teaser for it yesterday but here is the link to the Music Radar interview with Slash.
Speaking of follows ups from yesterday. We heard a lot of great feedback about the Greg Camp Singled Out feature. So we just learned you have a chance to see him live as he will be in New York City performing twice at the CMJ Marathon. Before then he'll be on the left coast for a show as well:
10/10/08 - The Uptown Club Oakland, CA
10/22/08 - The Delancy New York, NY - Bar/None CMJ Showcase feat (Oppenheimer, Hotel Lights, Starling Electric, Hot Lava, Shannon McArdle
10/23/08 - The Cutting Room New York, NY
More proof that NBC stands for "Normally Broadcasting Crap" and Hollywood is as creatively bankrupt as the music business : "The Partridge Family" has found a new network home at NBC. The Peacock has picked up a contemporary single-camera take on the classic ABC sitcom to be written by Jeff Rake. more
Sony Corp. has completed its acquisition of Bertelsmann's 50% stake in Sony BMG Music Entertainment, giving it 100% ownership and making the company a wholly-owned subsidiary. more
Dirty Pretty Things have split up. In an exclusive statement to NME.COM the four piece – Carl Barat, Didz Hammond, Gary Powell and Anthony Rossomando – announced the break-up of the band that formed in 2005 following the split of The Libertines. - more on this story
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