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Skinless has disbanded after nearly twenty years of existence. Since their formation, the band has featured a slew of members and put out a handful of releases, primarily through Relapse Records. Founding guitarist Noah Carpenter has issued a statement you can read here
Clint Lowery of Sevendust has dropped his second EP from his solo project named Hello Demons, Meet Skeletons. The EP is available exclusively from his new website more
For this summer's Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, a new remix of Linkin Park's "Iridescent" from their latest album, 'A Thousand Suns,' will serve as the single from the soundtrack. more
Is Rage Against The Machine headlining a massive concert in Los Angeles this summer? Over the weekend, the official Coachella Facebook page announced "SAVE THE DATE. Saturday, July 30 in Los Angeles. Rage Against The Machine, Muse, Rise Against & More. Stay tuned for details" more
Duff Mckagan's Loaded's new album, The Taking, hits stores today. Grab a full listen here
Event tickets seller Ticketmaster said Monday that it is introducing new technology to let artists and sports teams raise or lower ticket prices to reflect demand during the initial sales period — a move it said will crimp the profits of scalpers and boost revenue for performers and teams. more... as for the fans?????
Jack White was honored with the first-ever Music City Ambassador Award on Saturday from the City of Nashville. more
Originally slated for a May 2nd release, What Records will now issue Killing Joke's new six track EP, European Super State, on May 9th. It features the original Killing Joke line-up, reunited for the first time in almost 30 years more
Enuff Z'nuff and Adler's Appetite's Chip Z'nuff was in the recording studio yesterday with Fred Coury of Cinderella. Fred comments, "The boy has soul!"
Interpol have announced a handful of new live dates for July. more
"Pretty Maids would like to announce Rene Shades as the new temporary bass player, replacing recently departed Hal Patino. Shades has been a long time friend of the band, and did actually play a couple of gigs with us back in 2004 as a second guitarist. Through the years, Shades has played in various bands, Mike Tramp amongst others." more
Merauder will head out on a brief run of East Coast dates late next month. more
Christian Muenzner (Obscura) has revealed the cover artwork and track listing for his upcoming, all-instrumental solo album, "Timewarp". more
Harm's Way has finished recording a new full-length titled "Isolation." The eight-song album was recorded by Andy Nelson more
Its been reported that Riot's "Wings Are For Angels," which was performed live in 2009 will be released next month for a Japan earthquake and tsunami relief CD on Marquee/Avalon. more
On this day in 1965, The film The T.A.M.I. Show (Teen Age Music International) featuring a star list of performers, including The Rolling Stones, James Brown, The Supremes, The Miracles, and Chuck Berry, opened in Britain to limited distribution under the title Teenage Command Performance. The movie would not be properly released in the U.K. until the following year.
On this day in 1968, John Lennon, George Harrison and their wives left the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram in Rishikesh, India two weeks before their study was complete. Ringo and Paul had already left.
On this day in 1969, Smile, the band that would later be known as Queen, appeared at the Revolution Club in London. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here