The Good, The Bad and The Queen, the rock supergroup featuring Damon Albarn (Blur and Gorillaz), Paul Simonon (The Clash), Simon Tong (The Verve) and Tony Allen (Africa 70 and Fela Kuti), will be releasing their self-titled album on January 22nd through Honest Jons/Parlophone. Their first single "Herculean" was out on October 30th and you can stream the single here. The album was produced by Danger Mouse as well.
Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our brand new staff member, Tom Good, to the team. Tom will be writing album reviews for the website, and he will focus his efforts primarily upon hardcore, metal, and various other releases. Welcome, Tom!
If you are looking to laugh for 22 minutes straight, head on over here and check out the Boratpress conference. Don't forget to check out his myspace page, and see the movie when it comes out November 3rd.
Sub Pop Records has decided to go 100% green and "are paying the difference between the cost of renewable energy and that of fossil fuel-generated energy, and in doing that, helping to shift the overall energy mix toward more renewable resources."
The tracklisting for Walls Of Jericho'sWith Devils Amongst Us All is below. The disc will see a release on August 22nd via Trustkill. The song "A Trigger Full Of Promises" will serve as the first video single from the disc.
Idlewildfrontman Roddy Woomble has posted a new song on his myspace page. His solo debut, My Secret Is My Silence, comes out July 24th on Pure Records. If you have any questions about the album, ask away.
Not only will San Francisco's Karate High School be featured in August's issue of Metal Edge Magazine, but they will also appear on a upcoming Hot Topic Compilation with MxPx, Relient K, and The Matches.
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Newsday.com recently reviewed two of the four Victory Records' albums that came out today, The Forecast's, In The Shadow Of Two Gunmen and The Sleeping's Questions And Answers. Check that out right here.
The Forecast's new video for "And We All Return To Our Roots" can be seen at YouTube.com, along with a five minute interview/making the video. The song is from their new album, In The Shadow Of Two Gunmen, which due out on May 30th through Victory Records.
Some pictures of Aaron Gillespie of The Almost (and Underoath) recording his new album have been posted on The Almost's MySpace page. The Almost should be done recording their debut full length sometime next week.
Starting on April 17th and running for five weeks on eBay, the Vans Warped Tour in conjunction with the T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Researchwill be giving the top bidder in each city two tickets to the show as well as the oppurtunity to watch one of your favorite bands from the side of the stage.