Welcome to week TWELVE of "A LESSON FROM THE SILVER SIDE", a look at what is going on with <b>Nickelback</b> and their latest release <u>Silver Side Up</u>...
As always, we start off with where you can see the band. As they have been, and will be for s
In a bit of news from abroad, it was confirmed earlier today that <b>Machine Head's</b> upcoming UK tour date with <b>Ill Nino</b> will be recorded live.
This Saturday (12/08) at the Brixton Academy in London, both band's performance will be taped, audi
In case you weren't already on the case, <b>Deicide</b> is currently on the road with the likes of <b>Morbid Angel</b> and <b>Exhumed,</b>. Well, this current tour run, dubbed <b>Extreme Music For Extreme People Tour 2001</b>, is coming to an end. In fac
"We're <b>36 Crazyfists</b>, we're from Alaska, and this is what we sound like", Brock humbly said to start off the show...
FINALLY, 36 Crazyfists hit NYC for a live showing. After all is said and done, they will have played four shows here on the East
In remembrance of the passing of The Beatles' George Harrison this past week, we have pulled out a couple tracks from The Beatles (written by George Harrison) which were later covered by a couple of our own bands. The bands being <b>Type O Negative</b> an
Yes, we can say it...not much groundbreaking news to report today (12/05). But looking around and thinking, it is uncanny who was, is, and will be coming to NYC. Check out the following:
<b>36 Crazyfists</b> - they were here in the office earlier this
As promised last week, here is a bit more in depth look at life on the road, as written by <b>Dry Kill Logic's</b> bassist Dave Kowatch. You want to be a rock star? Learn the following:
<b>"Well, here it is - the end of the year and the end of our cur</b>
<i>They rolled into town this past Sunday night, late Sunday night, 4:00am, weary from the road...from across the country they came, re-writing the rules as they went along...</i>
Take what you will from the above, but we do confirm that <b>36 Crazyfist</b>
Talking from Zing Studio, <b>Killswitch Engage</b> frontman Jesse Leach sheds some light on the ongoing Killswitch recording process:
<i>"It's been a slow process for us but things are turning out great. I definitely hand it to [producer] Adam D. - he'</i>
Just a line, but the next time <b>36 Crazyfists</b> hit the stage it will be in NYC at the infamous CBGB's...Wednesday night (12/05).
We'll try to get you some words from their show this past weekend...as someone whom works here actually plays in one of