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Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland has set November 18th as the release date for his second solo album, titled Happy. Five tracks from the disc have been made available via email to the press, with titles including "Paralysis," "She's So Cold," "Talk About Love," "...
Sixx A.M. is preparing to work on its second album, but the band's 2007 debut disc and the book it supported, Nikki Sixx's The Heroin Diaries, are still getting acclaim and airplay a full year after their release. According to Billboard.com, the Motley Crue bassist recently...
The Smashing Pumpkins will debut their new single, called "G.L.O.W.," through the upcoming Guitar Hero: World Tour video game, according to Billboard.com. The track will appear as part of a downloadable song pack that will also include two other Pumpkins tunes, "1979" and "The...
Theory of a Deadman has announced dates for the Rock Is Alive tour, which kicks off on September 22nd in Lubbock, Texas. Dates are confirmed through early October, with Black Stone Cherry and the Parlor Mob also on the bill. Theory of a Deadman is touring in support of its third...
Coldplay singer Chris Martin told BBC Radio over the weekend that the band will release an EP called either Prospects March or Prospects Songs on December 26th of this year. Martin announced the record as a response to rumors that Coldplay had compiled two full albums' worth of...
Snow Patrol's upcoming new album, A Hundred Million Suns, will feature an innovative new application through which fans will be able to access bonus content on an iPhone or iPod Touch. According to NME.com, once the application is downloaded onto either device, content such as...
Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd will debut his new art exhibit, titled "Ectoplasm," at the Mr. Musichead Rock Art Gallery in Los Angeles on September 8th, according to a press release. The show will run through September 27th. The gallery is located on Sunset Boulevard and is open...
Kevin Cogill, the man arrested by federal agents last week for leaking nine unreleased Guns N' Roses tracks online, has set up a PayPal account at his website, The Antiquiet, to raise funds for his legal defense. According to RollingStone.com, Cogill has retained the services of...
A 27-year-old blogger named Kevin Cogill was arrested on Wednesday (August 27th) at his Los Angeles home on suspicion of violating federal copyright laws for leaking nine Guns N' Roses songs online, according to the Los Angeles Times. Cogill, who used the name Skwerl, was...