Well, if you've been astute enough to check out the Chimaira dates in the <a href="http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/tour/" target="">TOUR</a> section, you'd notice that after the <b>A Chimaira Christmas</b> show in Cleveland on 12/28, they will be joining
Last week we wrote that <b>Nickelback's</b> latest video, for the song "Too Bad", was <i>'very close to completion'</i>. Well guess what? <i>We didn't lie</i>.
In fact, it has been completed -<i> H to the izzo, V to the izza, I's have been dotted & T'</i>
Previously <b>Coal Chamber</b> drummer Mike Cox wrote about his <a href="http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/news/#1168" target="">Holiday Plans</a>...and then later in the week, vocalist Dez Fafara followed suit with his <a href="http://www.roadrunnerrecords"></a>
Sad to say a one-time Roadrunner artist, <b>Death</b> frontman Chuck Schuldiner, passed away last Thursday. Chuck had been battling a malignant brain tumor for quite some time - forcing him to seek a very expensive treatment that many fellow artists includ
It is currently 4:27pm on December 17th...we just tried to hit up Dave for some UPDATES FROM THE STUDIO.
However, Dave is currently on a mission...with our Holiday Party coming very, very soon, our man is wrapping up the last details for the upcoming <b></b>
Three more shows just confirmed for <b>Machine Head's</b> upcoming U.S. tour. They are as follows:
01/30 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Culture Room
01/31 - Tampa, FL - Masquerade
02/01 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
<b>note - 3rd Strike</b> supports on all d
For all intents and purposes, <b>King Diamond</b> was the first artist on the Roadrunner Records roster, and the artist responsible for enabling the company to expand its operations to the U.S.
Roadrunner Records was started in 1981 in Holland by a Dutc
What music could we possibly have that celebrates the Holiday season??? Well, outside of <b>King Diamond</b> and the <u>No Presents For Christmas</u> single we put out back in 1985, the list is not too long. But, if you use your imagination you can creat
Since pulling off 2 shows early from the blessed event that was touring with <b>Slayer</b>, <b>Chimaira</b> has made their way back home to Cleveland.
You remember reading previously about why Chimaira pulled off the tour early, ya? Vocalist Mark Hunte
Earlier this week you read about <b>Coal Chamber</b> drummer Mike Cox's <a href="http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/news/#1168" target="">Holiday Plans</a>. Well, now it's Dez's turn. His writing is as follows:
<b>This time of year is my second favorite</b>