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The members of Blink-182 claim in a new interview with Rolling Stone magazine that they were "sick of fame" when they broke up in early 2005. Bassist Mark Hoppus explains that when the group split, it was because "the giant vehicle of the band was determining everything. It...
Green Day's earliest album releases will be reissued on vinyl next month, according to Punknews.org. The band's current label home, Reprise Records, will release 12-inch vinyl versions of the trio's first two independent albums, 39/Smooth and Kerplunk!, on March 24th. The discs...
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has reportedly told U.K. tabloid The Sun that the band would like to give away a free live album to its fans following its upcoming summer run of shows. Martin said, "What we want to do is try to give away a live album for free.We're playing a lot...
While Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose said in a rare, recent interview that he would never play with ex-Guns guitarist Slash again, Rose did hint that he might consider working with the band's former bassist, Duff McKagan. So how does McKagan feel about that? He told us that he...
Alter Bridge announced on Tuesday (February 17th) that the band has begun working on its new album, tentatively titled Alter Bridge III. No other info as far as a release date, producer or studio has been revealed. In the meantime, Alter Bridge singer Myles Kennedy and guitarist...
Kings Of Leon and Duffy were the big winners at the 2009 Brit Awards, held at London's Earl Court arena on Wednesday night (February 18th). The young Southern rockers went home with two awards for International Group and International album, while the Welsh pop diva took three...
The sophomore album from Christian rockers Red, called Innocence & Instinct, debuted at Number 15 on the Billboard album chart on Wednesday (February 18th), selling 39,000 copies in its first week of release. It was a rare good week for the music industry in general as both...
OK Go will preview songs from its upcoming album on a short spring trek scheduled to start on March 6th in Philadelphia. According to their publicist, the band has spent the winter recording the disc in upstate New York, describing the material as the "danciest, most anthemic,...
Saliva and Static-X will headline the 2009 Sno-Core Tour, which is slated to begin on April 1st in Albuquerque, New Mexico. According to Harddrive Radio, 10 shows have been announced so far, with more to come. Also appearing on the bill will be Burn Halo and The Flood. The tour...