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Haven't heard of Stellastarr*? You might soon. It is only now, after touring with greats like Jane's Addiction and Placebo, that the group's single, "My Coco," has inched its way onto Alternative charts. Based on what they told a reporter from The Oregonian, they got there the...
James Brown, otherwise known as the "Godfather of Soul," is going to be supporting the Red Hot Chili Peppers for most of their summer concerts in the United Kingdom. According to Ananova.com, Brown will open for the band at the their three gigs at London's Hyde Park on June 19th...
The Darkness frontman Justin Hawkins has reportedly told a fan to "(BLEEP) off," believing that she was a writer for a music magazine that the band has a shaky relationship with. The Sun reports that 17-year-old Sarah Hartnet won a contest from a magazine to watch the band play...
Kittie has picked the first single from their upcoming album. It's called "Into The Darkness," and it will be released on June 21st. The band will shoot a video for the song in New York City over the next few days, and it will focus visually on the song's lyrics of loneliness,...
Wedding bells are ringing for Josey Scott, lead singer of rock band Saliva. Scott will be marrying his fiancee Kendra at a ceremony fit for a king, to be held at Elvis Presley's Graceland mansion in Memphis. The event takes place this Saturday (May 29th) in Memphis. Before Scott...
The members of Velvet Revolver have taken on a huge task -- to start a revolution in music. The group's debut album Contraband is due June 8th, and frontman Scott Weiland told us that he's ready for some changes in the world around him: "I think it's just time for a movement. I...
They say that fashion and music complete cycles every 20 years, resurfacing in mainstream culture. New Found Glory gives their nod to the '80s with "Failure's Not Flattering", a track which appears on the band's latest album, Catalyst, released on May 18th. The band's guitarist...
Melissa Auf Der Maur played her very first gig as a headliner in her hometown last night (May 25th). Back in Montreal, Canada, her new band, Auf Der Maur, opened for the Offspring. After reaching stardom playing bass and traveling the world with both the Smashing Pumpkins and...
Are all audiences the same? Ian Watkins of the Lostprophets believes so, saying the people who attend the band's shows are absolutely the same, no matter where in the world. Amidst their "European Summer Tour," Watkins tells AP Radio that "There's no big difference -- the shows...