Plus 44 drummer Travis Barker broke his arm while shooting the band’s video for the title track, “When Your Heart Stops Beating.” The injury was exacerbated after playing seven shows during the European promo tour. Per doctor’s orders, Travis is to remain off of his right arm for eight weeks.
About CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: "Poppin' Tags"- Grissom and his team investigate the murders of three teenagers involved in a rap music rivalry. Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler ("Meet the Barkers"), Page Kennedy ("Desperate Housewives") and Rick Gonzalez ("Old School") guest star. Rapper Method Man, member of the Wu Tang Clan and star of the television series "The Wire," also guest stars.
The original song "Snitch" from Eminem protégé Obie Trice plays during the episode.
The investigation of three teens killed while promoting a rapper's new album leads the CSI team into the world of rival rappers Jessie "Dollar" Cleveland (Kennedy) and Hi-Def (Barker), each of whom will do...
Travis Bryant (former vocalist of Terminal) and Matt Grabe (ex Thirte FS guitarist) are now official members of goodbyetomorrow. The band's first scheduled performance with the new lineup is April 21st in their hometown of Phoenix, Arizona @ The Hot Box. The band is currently at home writing and recording demos, and expect to head into the studio to record their Equal Vison debut some time in the late spring/early summer. The band will be playing one offs here and there before recording, so if you live near AZ/CA/NV, you may be able to catch them before they explode!
An update on an earlier post: Terminal's touring drummer decided to go home but the band plans on playing the next four shows of their tour with Amber Pacific and Paramore acoustic. Travis is incredibly sorry for the inconvenience and is currently working behind the scenes to ensure this stops happening. If you dig the music, please support them on these next four shows as there are no other upcoming tour plans and it may be a while before we get this situation sorted out and resume touring in a much different capacity than Terminal ever has.