Alison Mosshart is back on my radar. But this time with her band, The Kills.
Mosshart and her Kills partner, Jamie Hince, have released the first single from their forthcoming album, Blood Pressues, called “Satellite.” The track can be checked out down below and the album will be in stores on April 5th (via CoS).
They also have… Read More
Alter Bridge have announced headlining tour dates throughout the U.S. in support of their third album, AB III. The tour kicks off on April 21st in Portland, Oregon and will run until May 19th in New York City. Black Stone Cherry will be opening for the band on all of the dates. Tickets for most shows will go on sale starting February 4th through the band’s website. More shows are expected to be announced in the near future.
Fleet Foxes are finally back on the scene and offer up a bunch of goodies on this Monday.
Thanks to Consequence of Sound, we know their second album, Helplessness Blues, will be in stores on May 3rd and it will feature 12 new songs. Secondly, they’ve announced a slew of tour dates starting April 30th in Vancouver, BC.… Read More
Need a show to see this Spring that’s guaranteed to kick the shit out of you in a good way? Might I suggest Deftones and Dillinger Escape Plan?
Their 2011 Spring tour is probably going to be one of the loudest shows you see this year. Deftones, finally headlining a tour in support of their album Diamond Eyes, are kicking things… Read More
Photo by: Johnny Firecloud
I have nothing against Los Angeles. I’ve got a few friends out in L.A. and the weather is always quite pleasant year round. But last night I hated the very fabric of that city and it’s people. Why? Because the Foo Fighters decided to play a secret show and play their brand new album in its entirety for the California crowd.
Since I wasn’t there, I can’t give you a review of how… Read More
Stone Sour, Theory of a Deadman, Halestorm, Skillet and Art of Dying will be the first bands to ever play on the first annual Avalanche tour. Why it’s called an Avalanche tour is beyond me considering the tour runs from Match to May…and a lot of the shows are in Texas where people don’t know what an avalanche looks like…but… Read More