Blue October Vocalist Gets Personal on New Album [Interview]

Justin Furstenfeld of hard rock band Blue October chats about the band’s new album (“It’s basically an audio journal”) and why, Any Man in America, has “a story behind it everybody can relate to.”
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Posted 22 Aug 2011 | Alternative, Features, Interviews, Music, Rock | 4 Comments

The Red Hot Chili Peppers Break Rock Record with ‘The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie’

The Red Hot Chili Peppers are no doubt already rock royalty, but now, the guys are bona fide record holders, too. The band’s latest single, “The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie,” off their upcoming album I’m With You, is No. 1 on the modern rock chart, giving the Peppers the most No. 1 singles in modern rock radio history.
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Posted 21 Aug 2011 | Alternative, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Photo Gallery: Black Stone Cherry in Michigan, Summer 2011

Concert photos of Black Stone Cherry performing live in Michigan, July 2011. Black Stone Cherry are on the 2011 Carnival of Madness Tour this fall with Theory of a Deadman, Alter Bridge, Adelitas Way and Emphatic.
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Posted 21 Aug 2011 | Photos | 0 Comments

Drowning Pool Get Animated on Music Video, Book Fall U.S. Tour

The guys of Drowning Pool have always been up for a challenge, and for their latest video, “Children of the Gun,” they’re skipping the usual video methods and releasing an animated video as part of the Machinima Music Video Series. Look for the video to drop Aug. 22.
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Posted 20 Aug 2011 | Music, Rock, Rock News | 0 Comments

311’s Nick Hexum Loves the Beatles, the Clash and the Smiths

Over two decades have passed since 311 first got together and started reaming up reggae-inspired alternative rock nuggets such as “Creatures (For a While)” and “All Mixed Up.” The guys are back this year with a new album, Universal Pulse (which dropped in July), and a mega tour with fellow alternative rockers Sublime with Rome.
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Posted 19 Aug 2011 | Alternative, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

As I Lay Dying Guitarist on Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’

Listening to Phil Sgrosso’s killer guitar work in metal-core band As I Lay Dying, influences such as Anthrax, Korn and In Flames come to mind. So, it’s curious to note that Kurt Cobain in the reason he decided to pick up the six-string and, eventually, form As I Lay Dying.
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Third Day Stoked for ‘Make Your Move’ with Tenth Avenue North

This fall, Third Day hit the road with Tenth Avenue North and Trevor Morgan for the second leg of the “Make Your Move Tour.” The tour ran last spring, and due to the success, the band decided to keep it rolling.
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Blue October Frontman Says New Song is ‘a Letter to My Daughter’

Texas modern rock darling Blue October are back with a new album, Any Man in America (out this week), and the release is a hard rock treat stuffed with dynamic, harmonic and heartfelt musical energy. Frontman Justin Furstenfeld explains the meaning behind one very personal track, “The Worry List.”
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Posted 18 Aug 2011 | Music, Rock, Rock News | 0 Comments

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ ‘Maggie’ Video is Wild Rock [Watch]

Unless you’ve been snuggled under a very large boulder — and wearing earplugs — you’ve heard the new track from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the catchy-cool “The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie.” Now, Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith and newbie Josh Klinghoffer have released the official video for the track, and you can watch it, below.
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Shinedown Guitarist: ‘We Aren’t a Band That Makes a Record in Six Weeks’

Shinedown re-entered the studio this week to start work on the band’s long-awaited fourth studio release. As with The Sound of Madness, Grammy-winning rock producer Rob Cavallo (Green Day, Kid Rock) will produce the album.
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Posted 17 Aug 2011 | Music, Rock, Rock News | 5 Comments
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