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Metallica releases its ninth studio album, Death Magnetic, worldwide on Friday (September 12th). The new 10-song collection is the band's first since 2003, when it issued the controversial St. Anger. Many fans were turned off by that record's primitive production and lack of...
Oasis scrapped the final show of its North American tour, scheduled for Friday (September 12th) in New York City, because guitarist Noel Gallagher is still suffering the after-effects of an attack that occurred onstage last Sunday (September 7th) in Toronto. 47-year-old Daniel...
Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery entered a studio on Thursday (September 11th) to begin recording his first solo album, according to Tunelab Music. Work on the project is expected to be finished by the end of October, although a release date has yet to be determined. Lowery's...
Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson will put aside her acting aspirations to return to the studio next month to continue work on her debut solo album. Manson, who's joined the cast of Fox's Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, hopes she can juggle the two, telling Billboard...
It seems some U.K. retailers have gotten a head-start on sales of the new Metallica album, Death Magnetic. According to Blabbermouth.net, several British record store chains -- including HMV, which owns about 50 percent of the U.K.'s music retail market -- have begun selling the...
3 Doors Down was forced to postponed seven shows on its current headlining tour due to singer Brad Arnold's strained voice, according to Tunelab Music. The band scrapped Wednesday's (September 10th) gig in Pikeville, Kentucky, with six more dates through the 19th affected...
Buckcherry's new album, Black Butterfly, began streaming in its entirety on Tuesday (September 9th) at 10,000 TouchTunes digital jukeboxes around the country, according to Blabbermouth.net. TouchTunes provides jukeboxes to more than 30,000 bars, restaurants and retailers...
Death Cab For Cutie has offered a free concert as the grand prize in a new contest to get college students to register to vote, according to NME.com. The band has offered to play on the campus that registers the most voters between now and Election Day (November 4th). Additional...
Disturbed is planning to kick off its fourth Music As A Weapon tour in March of 2009, according to Harddrive Radio. Dates, cities and supporting acts have yet to be unveiled. The last Weapon tour, in late 2006, featured Stone Sour, Nonpoint and Flyleaf in addition to the...