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System Of A Down guitarist Daron Malakian has told Revolver magazine that his new band with System drummer John Dolmayan, called Scars on Broadway, is both similar to and different from their work with System. Malakian explained, "The way System sounds is my signature, and I don...
Sevendust has pushed back the release of its seventh studio album from an early March arrival to April 1st, according to Blabbermouth.net. In addition, the title has been changed to Hope and Sorrow from the original working title of The 7th Chapter. The band returned to Tree...
Reggae-rockers 311 have had a change of heart, expanding their brief spring jaunt into a five-week run that includes the band's first official tour of Canada. The members originally planned to play about 10 dates leading up to their biggest annual event, "3-11 Day" in New...
Radiohead has been named as one possible headliner for a new East Coast summer concert event being organized by the creators of California's Coachella Festival, according to RollingStone.com. The news broke earlier this week that the Coachella organization was planning to stage...
Chevelle has announced the first dates for its upcoming tour with Canadian act Finger Eleven. The trek will kick off on February 19th in Flint, Michigan, with shows booked so far through mid-March. Chevelle has toured with Finger Eleven before but drummer Sam Loeffler told us...
Atreyu and Avenged Sevenfold will hit the road together for the first time in several years when the two bands appear on the upcoming 2008 edition of the Taste of Chaos tour. Although both outfits rock hard and come from Southern California's Orange County region, Atreyu...
Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz will host a fundraiser on January 22nd in Chicago for Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama, according to Absolute Punk. Wentz, a Chicago resident like Obama, said in a statement, "I've been an Obama supporter from day one. After watching...
Foo Fighters kick off their U.S. tour on Wednesday (January 16th) in Sunrise, Florida, the band's first full-length trek in support of its Grammy-nominated album Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace. The group is ramping up its live show with a lot of production value,...
Hawthorne Heights was sued again on Monday (January 14th) by its former record company, Victory Records. According to MTV.com, the new $35 million lawsuit alleges that major label Virgin/EMI "improperly induced" the band to disregard its contract with the independent Victory...