In what is to become a somewhat regular segment here on the Roadrunner site (could be every day, every other day, weekly), here is the inaugural Quote Of The Day - simply a line from a Roadrunner artist based on everyday conversation.
Later this month Max and company at Soulfly camp will be hitting the road, a co-headline bill with Static X. So, with this tour creeping up ever so quickly, where are the shows?
The first confirmed dates are as follows:
Jan. 31 - San F
And the first Roadrunner Records release for the year 2002 shall be...(drum roll please)...Fear Factory's Digital Connectivity dvd.
Check out the first decade of Fear Factory in more detail than you ever would have thought the band kept.
So, what did you do this past Holiday Season? Hmmmm? We can tell ya one thing that went on in Slipknot's camp - the band went back into the studio to re-record a version of "My Plague", a track off their latest release IOWA. End use for th
We've written about it before, and will do it now once again - Five Pointe O is playing this weekend at the Metro in Chicago (3730 N. CLARK/ALL AGES SHOW). This Saturday night (01/05) showing will mark the first live performance of 2002 for the ban
Welcome to this week's session of "A LESSON FROM THE SILVER SIDE", a look at what is going on with Nickelback and their latest release Silver Side Up...
First, where to see the band. As far as live performances go, the band won't be playi
What do you know about Killswitch Engage? It's been almost a month since we made mention of one of our newest acts - so here we go:
- Killswitch is still banging out the recording of their debut Roadrunner release, Alive Or Just Breathing
Did You Know? Christian Olde Wolbers, the bassist of Fear Factory, appears in Cypress Hill's latest video - "Trouble". It's true. He also played bass for the band in the studio on the tracks "Trouble" and "Catastrophe". True too.
A message to all you cats in the New York area out there - THANKS.
Did You Know? Ill Nino's track "What Comes Around", off their debut release Revolution...Revolucion, was #88 on K-ROCK NYC's Top 92.3 Songs Of The Year (of course, 9