The Who are headed to North American shores this November and they’re bringing Quadrophenia along with them.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend have announced a 36-date tour throughout the U.S. and Canada where they’ll play their 1973 album, Quadrophenia, in its entirety at every stop. Filling out the rest of the band will be Zak Starkey on drums, Pino Palladino on bass, Simon Townshend on guitar and backing vocals,… Read More
First we found out that Trent Reznor was writing the theme to Call Of Duty: Black Ops II. Now, down below, you can sample a bit of Reznor's music that he wrote for the game while also checking out interviews with Reznor as well as writer David S. Goyer (co-writer of The Dark Knight Rises) and game director Dave Anthony (via Antiquiet). Read More
What do you do when you get divorced from Zooey Deschanel after a few years of wedded bliss? You release a solo album.
Death Cab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is releasing his debut solo album, Former Lives, on October 16th. The album will consist of 12 tracks that were written over a span of eight years, according to a press release. Following the release of the album, Gibbard will hit the road for a limited amount of tour dates.
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Today’s episode of the Rock it Out! Blog features my review of the new Linkin Park album, Living Things. Even though the album is number one in the country, it feels like a regression from their previous album, A Thousand Suns. Even though the album has shades of Hybrid Theory and Meteora in its sound, I feel the band should have continued to move forward with their sound rather than re-visit old ground.
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To celebrate the 4th of July, Captain America takes over today’s Rock it Out! Blog episode and asks the rock music query: what band is the best American band of all time? What band from the U.S.A beats out the many, many others that were created here? Leave a comment or a video response.
On today’s episode of the Rock it Out! Blog, I talk with Cage The Elephant frontman, Matt Shultz. We talk about the band’s upcoming music festival in September; what it’s like to see Cage The Elephant in concert; and how it felt to get picked to play Metallica’s Orion Music + More festival.
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