Evanescence Singer Amy Lee: Album is About the Band, Not Me

Evanescence recently unveiled the cover art for their forthcoming release, and fans will note it’s the first album that doesn’t feature Amy Lee on the front. Ask Lee, and she’ll frankly tell you, that’s the point.
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Posted 20 Sep 2011 | Metal, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Nightwish Say New Song is a Version of Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’

Fans of symphonic metal, buoyed by gutsy, operatic female vocals will surely rejoice at the news Finnish / Swedish metallers Nightwish will release their new album, Imaginaerum, in the U.S. on Tuesday, January 10, 2012 on the popular rock and metal label Roadrunner Records.
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Posted 20 Sep 2011 | Metal, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Lacuna Coil to Release ‘Dark Adrenaline’ Next Year

Italian female-fronted metal group Lacuna Coil have set a Jan. 24 as the release date for their upcoming album, Dark Adrenaline. Recorded by mega producer Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Bullet for My Valentine), the album’s debut single, “Trip the Darkness,” will arrive digitally Oct. 17.
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Posted 20 Sep 2011 | Metal, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Maylene and the Sons of Disaster Release ‘Life on the Road: Volume 4’ Video

Fans of blues-tinged heavy metal band Maylene and the Sons of Disaster are surely counting down to the release of the band’s album, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster: IV, out Sept. 27 on Ferret. All along the way, the gents have released a series of behind-the-scenes videos from the road, giving a peek inside the group’s wacky offstage antics. Watch the latest entry, here.
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As I Lay Dying Cover Judas Priest on Anniversary Album

As I Lay Dying are coming up on a major metal-core milestone: anniversary No. 10. To celebrate, the gents will release a new album, Decas, on Nov. 8, featuring three new tracks, several cover songs and remixes by alternative rock band Innerpartysystem, Kelly “Carnage” Cairns, Dillinger Escape Plan’s Benjamin Weinman and Big Chocolate.
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No Doubt Say New Record Will Drop Next Year

Despite teasing us with promises a new album was on the way this year, No Doubt have dropped a real bummer, revealing their new release will not be finished until 2012.
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Posted 16 Sep 2011 | Alternative, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Nirvana Memories from Oh, Sleeper and MuteMath

Celebrate 20 years of Nirvana with Oh, Sleeper and MuteMath The 20th anniversary of Nirvana‘s famed, Nevermind, album is drawing close at Sept. 24, and in honor, Audio Ink Radio is asking various musicians about the album’s impact on their lives.
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Posted 15 Sep 2011 | Alternative, Metal, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Rev Theory Vocalist on ‘The Fire,’ Touring with Five Finger Death Punch [Interview]

Rev Theory’s latest single, “The Fire,” recently entered the charts as the No. 1 most added song on rock radio, and this fall, the gents go out on the Share the Welt Tour with Five Finger Death Punch, All that Remains and Hatebreed, starting Oct. 16 in San Fransisco.
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Posted 15 Sep 2011 | Features, Interviews, Music, Rock | 0 Comments

The Raconteurs Have ‘No Plans’ For a New Album

Raconteurs drummer Patrick Keeler says that while the band are getting back together for a gig in Michigan this weekend, they don’t expect to book any more shows at the moment.
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Posted 15 Sep 2011 | Alternative, Music, Rock News | 0 Comments

Mark Tremonti Talks Madness, Creed and Starting His Own Record Label [Interview]

Alter Bridge wrap up their run on the 2011 Carnival of Madness Tour this Sunday (Sept. 18) in Dayton, Ohio, ending over a month of touring with rock comrades Theory of a Deadman, Adelita’s Way, Black Stone Cherry and Emphatic. Guitarist Mark Tremonti says after Carnival of Madness, he’ll focus on a solo album, plus work with Creed. And, get this, he’s singing on the solo release, in addition to his usual hard-edged riffing.
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Posted 14 Sep 2011 | Features, Interviews, Music, Rock | 2 Comments
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