Entries for April, 2010

The Gaslight Anthem Tour With Chamberlain, Tim Barry (2010)

Earlier this week, the Gaslight Anthem announced their summer tour with opening act Tim Barry; now, they’ve confirmed their main support: recently reunited post-hardcore-turned-Americana-rock act Chamberlain!  We are completely pumped and will be at the Columbus show yelling the names of The Moon And My Saddle songs. This will be the band’s first official tour in [...]

Band of Horses Do Video For “NW Apt.”

Here is the video for Band of Horses’ “NW Apt.” NW Apt.Band Of Horses | MySpace Music Videos

Blackdiamondskye Triple Bill Routing Announced (2010), Deftones Stream Album

Alice In Chains, Deftones and Mastodon have revealed Blackdiamondskye, a triple bill kicking off September 16 in Chicago. Fan club pre-sales begin May 10 with general on-sales to follow on May 15. Get yours here. Check out the dates below (more will be revealed soon). Sep 16 Chicago, IL Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island [...]

Editor’s Note: Savage Furs

Got an amazing package in the mail this week — the first two demo CDs from Savage Furs, which features Jack Duckworth (aka. DJ JJD, Radio Berlin, PR1M35).  While I’ve only had a chance to spin Demo II, I can say with confidence that this stuff is amazing.  Sort of Psychedellic Furs meets Prince, but [...]

Maritime Sign To Dangerbird Records, Do Shows (2010)

Milwaukee-based indie-pop quartet Maritime have signed on with Dangerbird Records, home to Silversun Pickups, Minus The Bear, Hot Hot Heat and more. The band, who feature ex-Promise Ring frontman Davey von Bohlen and drummer Dan Didier, will release their fourth album through Dangerbird later this year; in the meantime, they have a grip of Midwestern [...]

The Kills Work On New Album

The Kills are slowly working their way toward a new album.  The British/American duo is about 75 percent of the way through its new album, singer Allison Mosshart told BBC 6Music. She also said the act’s struggling to redefine itself rather than repeat old sounds. No completion date for the album’s been unveiled.

Baroness Plays New England Metal Fest

Small Brown Bike Move PA Show To Unitarian Church

Small Brown Bike have moved their previously announced May 15 show in Philadelphia, PA to First Unitarian Church. Tickets are available here. Additionally, they’ve booked an in-store performance at New York City’s Generation Records alongside tourmates Bridge and Tunnel on May 14 before their sold out show at Cake Shop.

Maryland Deathfest Lineup Rad

Want to see Obituary, Pentegram, Tombs, Howl, Trap Them and more.  More information is available here: http://WWW.MARYLANDDEATHFEST.COM

Trent Reznor, Wife Launch How To Destroy Angels

Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor has launched a new project with his wife Mariqueen Maandig called How to Destroy Angels.  A six-track debut will drop later this Summer.  For now, enjoy the video teaser for the project at www.howtodestroyangels.com.