Yesterday (11/27), our creative director here at Roadrunner traveled down to the <i>streets of</i> Philadelphia to reside over the virgin <b>Sinch</b> photoshoot...and by the looks of it, since their A&R Rep is not in today, one would be led to think he is
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