Brian Dixon, guitarist for dirty reggae outfit The Aggrolites, who have also taken on the role of doubling as the backing band for Tim Armstrong's (Rancid) solo project, has announced that fans can expect to see the collaboration, entitled A Poet's Life, in stores this March. Furthemore, Dixon hinted that a tour in support of the release may see the light of day as well, although no confirmed details have been unveiled thus far.

The Aggrolites released their sophomore, full-length release, The Aggrolites earlier this year via Armstrong's label, Hellcat Records.
Brandon Allin on 11/25/06 - 06:23 PM
Although originally slated for a November 7th release, according to Epitaph Records, A Poet's Life, the debut solo effort from Tim Armstrong (Rancid) will hit stores on February 7th via Hellcat Records. You can expect the entire album to surface in the form of free, downloadable .mp3's in the coming months.
Brandon Allin on 10/29/06 - 02:02 PM
According to Hellcat Records, Tim Armstrong's (Rancid) debut solo effort, A Poet's Life, is scheduled to be released on November 7th via the label.
Brandon Allin on 10/21/06 - 12:38 AM
Tim Armstrong (Rancid) has released the second song and music video from his forthcoming, free, downloadable solo effort, A Poet's Life, which is currently undergoing construction. You can download the second track, "Wake Up", here, and the rightful music video is available for your viewing pleasure here.
Brandon Allin on 10/11/06 - 09:35 AM
For those of you who are unaware of the matter, The Aggrolites are performing as the backing band on Tim Armstrong's (Rancid) solo album, A Poet's Life. You can download the first single, "Hold On", right here.
Brandon Allin on 08/30/06 - 03:07 PM
Tim Armstrong of Rancid will be releasing a solo album tited A Poets Life. The first single off of the album is called "Hold On" and the video can be viewed here.
Ryan Imhof on 08/30/06 - 07:13 AM
Cursive's new album, Happy Hollow, is slated for release on August 22nd through Saddle Creek. Click here to read an interview Pitchfork recently conducted with frontman Tim Kasher about the record. Kasher also plans to head into the studio in May to record the highly anticipated follow-up to The Good Life's Album of the Year.

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Rohan Kohli on 03/28/06 - 02:42 PM
Tim Jordan, former keyboardist for The All-American Rejects, has passed away.
Rohan Kohli on 12/15/05 - 01:04 PM
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