Unwritten Law Members Split- Boston Singer Quits- Kylesa Tour- Black Dahlia Murder, All Shall Perish and Cannabis Corpse Tour- Radiohead Remix Album- more
(SRX) Michael Sweet announced his departure from Boston in order to devote his full attention to his longstanding role as the lead vocalist and lead guitarist for Stryper more
(LG) Despite recently cancelling a U.S. tour with Thrice, Kylesa has lined up a handful of September shows on the West Coast. more
(Billboard) Director and violinist Xan Aranda has compiled footage from indie-rocker Andrew Birds year-long tour into a documentary called Fever Year. more
(CR) Anthrax are set to play Hammerfest IV – Hammer Of Thor next year. The event happens from March 15-18 at Pontin's in Prestatyn, North Wales more
(LG) The Black Dahlia Murder will headline an October run with support from All Shall Perish and Cannabis Corpse. more
(Billboard) After releasing eighth full-length "The King of Limbs" last February, Radiohead will let other artists take a crack at expanding upon the album's eight tracks on a 19-song, double-CD remix album. more
(The 1st Five) The Felix Culpa have just announced their plans to part ways. The band released an official statement to explain: To whomever is reading this, Eight years ago we decided to be a band. Tonight we decided to stop. Whether you have been with us since the Divine Cup days in Rockford, IL or you heard us for the first time tonight, thank you." more
(CR) Girlschool are celebrating the 30th anniversary of the album Hit And Run by re-recording it. Now called Hit And Run – Revisited, it's released by Wacken Records on September 26. more
(LG) F**k The Facts will take to the road again this month for another round of touring, this time primarily in Eastern Canada. more
(PR) Sourvein announce the return of original bassist, Joshua "JC Fari" Crapo, who played with the band from 1993 - 2001 and again from 2003 - 2006. more
On this day in 1979, Led Zeppelin played their last-ever U.K. show when they appeared at Knebworth Park, England. Also on the bill, The New Barbarians, Todd Rundgren and Utopia, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, the Marshall Tucker Band, Chas and Dave and Fairport Convention.
On this day in 1979, The Knack started a five-week run at #1 on the U.S. album chart with Get The Knack.
On this day in 1996, Mel Taylor, drummer for Bobby "Boris" Pickett, Herb Alpert and The Ventures, died only two weeks after having been diagnosed for cancer. He was 62. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here