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Queens Of The Stone Age will start recording their new album in January. more
A follow up from yesterday, we received word that Fear Factory were forced to postpone their tour until April due to a family emergency.
O Pioneers! have posted an update about their plans for 2010, plans which sadly hint at the end of the band. Thankfully the Texas band still has some wind in their sails, with an upcoming tour featuring Hostage Calm and on a couple dates Tigers Jaw, as well as a split with Andrew Jackson Jihad more
Will Haven is putting the finishing touches to the follow-up to 2007's "The Hierophant". The as-yet-untitled, self-produced effort will mark the return of the band's original vocalist Grady Avenell, who rejoined Will Haven in October 2009 after a two-year break. more
Woe, Is Me has confirmed the departure of lead guitarist Tim Sherrill, who has left Atlanta the group to "do other things musically." more
Drummer David Kinkade (Borknagar) has joined forces with guitarist Marco Martell (Malevolent Creation, Divine Empire) and vocalist Jarret Roberts of Chicago's Kastasyde to form Monarch. more
The Compulsions have scheduled a live performance at legendary rock club Don Hill's. The Compulsions line up will feature founder and front man Rob Carlyle along with Richard Fortus (Guns N' Roses) on guitar, Sami Yaffa (Michael Monroe Band/New York Dolls) on bass and Frank Ferrer (Guns N' Roses) on drums. more
Gatsbys American Dream will apparently be releasing new material very soon via Equal Vision Records. more
The Word Alive (Fearless Records) has announced the amicable departure of bass player Nick Urlacher. Not surprisingly, the group is now looking for a replacement. more
When the Flaming Lips play their fourth annual New Year's Eve Freakout concert in their Oklahoma City hometown on Friday, fans will be barraged with "20 times more balloons and confetti" than at regular shows, lead singer Wayne Coyne said. more
According to Marshall Helmberger from Timberjay.com, a New Year's Eve concert event on Lake Vermilion in Minnesota may be the last chance to see famed vocalist Jani Lane (ex-Warrant) perform with Great White. more
On this day in 1967, The Beatles scored their 15th U.S. #1 with "Hello Goodbye," Gladys Knight and the Pips were at #2 with "I Heard It Through The Grape Vine" and The Monkees at #3 with "Daydream Believer."
On this day in 1969, Peter Tork quit The Monkees, buying himself out of his contract that left him broke. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here