Foo Fighters’ New Song: An ‘Emotional Roller-Coaster’ Dedicated To Kurt Cobain

Producer says new song is about Nirvana legend With grunge-rockers at the edge of their ears in anticipation of the new Foo Fighters album, mega-producer Butch Vig is opening up about the recording sessions.
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Posted 09 Feb 2011 | Alternative, First Listen, Music, Rock, Rock News | 0 Comments

Show Blog: Thanks to guests Anthony Armstrong of RED and J-Dog of HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD

Big thanks to all our awesome guests from this past week: Anthony Armstorong from Nashville new rock rock band RED and J-Dog from Los Angeles rap-metal outfit Hollywood Undead!
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Posted 07 Feb 2011 | Show Blog | 0 Comments

Photo Gallery: Rock on the Range

Rock on the Range is a yearly music festival in Columbus, Ohio, highlighting the most popular bands in new rock, alternative, hard rock and metal. Check out photos from 2010’s festival, featuring The Deftones, Rise Against, Nonpoint, Papa Roach and more!
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Posted 04 Feb 2011 | Music, Photos, Rock | 0 Comments

Pearl Jam Celebrates 20 Years

Eddie Vedder is keeping his clan busy this year. After all, it’s the 20th anniversary of Pearl Jam, so celebrating is in order.
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Posted 03 Feb 2011 | Music, Rock, Rock News | 0 Comments

Another Break-Up: Gorillaz?

Sometimes rumors are just that: rumors. And other times, they turn out to be the real deal. Unfortunately for Gorillaz fans, the heavy rumors that the “virtual hip-hop” band is breaking up have turned out to be true. People reports that the Damon Albarn’s cartoon group Gorillaz has cut the chord.
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Posted 02 Feb 2011 | Rock News | 0 Comments

Show Announce: A Perfect Circle, Staind, P.O.D., Disturbed To Play Rock On The Range 2011

California has Coachella. Chicago hosts Lollapalooza. Tennasee’s got Bonnaroo. But the heart of the Midwest – Columbus, Ohio – hosts one of the biggest hard rock, alternative and metal music festivals in the country: Rock on the Range.
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Posted 01 Feb 2011 | Music, Rock, Rock News | 0 Comments

Interview: Saving Abel’s Eric Taylor Talks USO Tours, Giving Back

Saving Abel’s sophomore album, “Miss America,” is packed tight with crunchy, post-grunge rock anthems and just enough Southern rock to prove the guys are from Corinth, Mississippi. The guys have ruled the new rock charts with hits, “Addicted,” “Drowning (Face Down),” “18 Days” and many more.
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Posted 01 Feb 2011 | Band Profiles, Features, Interviews, Music, Rock | 0 Comments

Photo Gallery: Shinedown at Carnival of Madness, 2010

The guys of Jacksonville, Fla., hard rock band Shinedown, performing at Carnival of Madness, 2010. Location: Detroit, Mich. © Audio Ink Radio. These images may not be reproduced, copied, transmitted or manipulated without the written permission of Audio Ink Radio. Thx!
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Posted 01 Feb 2011 | Music, Photos, Rock | 0 Comments

First Listen: The Black Keys, ‘Too Afraid To Love You’

Ever wondered how Akron, Ohio, indie rock duo The Black Keys records their lo-fi, blues-based, alternative songs? Check out the video for their just-released single, “Too Afraid To Love You,” which takes a look into the recording process of the band from an intimate, rustic studio in Muscle Shoals, Ala.
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Posted 31 Jan 2011 | Alternative, First Listen, Music, Songs, Videos | 0 Comments

J-Dog from Hollywood Undead talks new album

Six-piece rap-rocker Hollywood Undead returns on March 15 with American Tragedy, the follow-up to the band’s 2008 debut, Swan Song. The new album finds the Los Angeles-based new rock outfit embellishing on its popular rap-metal attack, empowering rhymes, explosive hooks and a darkly hip rock sound.
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Posted 30 Jan 2011 | Music, Rock, Rock News | 0 Comments
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