It has been a long time coming, too long - for what could very well be the first time since being signed to Roadrunner, <b>36 Crazyfists</b> will be playing some shows out East. No, not new news, but the fact the dates are getting closer means the world.
A little bird here passed on some information which might be of interest (that bird being the A&R Rep for <b>Sinch</b> and <b>Five Pointe O</b>, Paul Conroy)...both bands have spent the past couple months recording their debut releases for Roadrunner, both
As eluded to last week, <b>Dislocated Styles</b> had a couple more dates are in the works for mini-tour run with <b>Alien Ant Farm</b>. Well, it's true. The two additional dates are as follows:
12/20 - El Rey Theatre
If you are reading this, you are probably a fan of <b>The Workhorse Movement</b>. Well, the legend continues...here is the latest in the world of <b>The Dirty Americans</b>, the new band formed by Myron (vocals), Freedom (guitar) and Pete (bass), along wi
After the Netherlands, but before Italy, <b>Slipknot</b> has confirmed two more dates for their upcoming 2002 European tour.
The new dates are as follows:
1st Feb 2002 - Spodek Hall, Katowice, Poland
2nd Feb 2002 - Small Sports Hall, Prague, Czec
Well, it has been one week since we introduced to you <b>"WHAT WE DID WITH ROADRUNNER'S MONEY - Pt I"</b>, a detailed look at <b>Killswitch Engage</b> and how the recording of their upcoming debut release <u>Alive Or Just Breathing</u> is progressing. So,
What have the past couple days been like for <b>Ill Nino</b>? We'll tell ya...
On Saturday (11/24), they played their last date on the <b>Oracle Tour</b> with <b>Kittie</b> and <b>Dry Kill Logic</b> - a sold out show at the legendary Harpo's in Detroit
Originally slated for a December 18th street date and then postponed, we now have confirmation on the final (dare we say?) release date of <b>Fear Factory's</b> debut dvd, <u>Digital Connectivity</u>.
This piece will now be the first Roadrunner release
<b>fact</b> - Tye Zamora, comedic bass player for <b>Alien Ant Farm</b>, at one point in time served as the bassist in the <b>Downer</b> army. It's true.
Perhaps one day we'll make the Downer family tree. John Scott, if you are reading this, get ready
Though we have no new word to report on the recording front for <b>Glassjaw</b>, we offer up a couple tidbits you may or may have not been aware of:
1) this past week Glassjaw played their first gig in over 6 months. They played the night before Thanks