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30 Jun

Metric have debuted their video for “Eclipse (All Yours)” on Myspace and Youtube. Check it out below:

“Eclipse (All Yours)”

METRIC | MySpace Music Videos

30 Jun

Eastern Conference Champions are playing at the Grove in Los Angeles today Wednesday June 30th at the Twilight Eclipse Opening! The band will be playing 2 sets between 6:30 – 8:30pm (PST) and signing autographs in between. Check out a free mp3 of “Bloody Bells (M. Zero Remix)” here.

06.30.10 The Grove, Los Angeles CA (Free Performance)
07.07.10 Piano’s New York, NY
07.10.10 Bigheads Town and Country Hatboro, PA
07.16.10 Urban Outfitters Space 15 Twenty (Free Performance) Los Angeles, CA
07.19.10 Spaceland Los Angeles, CA


30 Jun

Check out the new official video for “Change” from The Young Veins (ex- Panic! at the Disco). The video definitely channels back to the times of the Ed Sullivan show with a 60s feel that is perfect for relaxing in this gorgeous summer weather.

Check it out

30 Jun

Check out the new video from Of Mice & Men “Those In Glass Houses” featuring ex-vocalist Austin Carlile. The video premiered on MTV2 Headbangers Ball! It was directed by Spence Nicholson and is off their self-titled album out now!

30 Jun

Sublime with Rome stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live in Sunny So Cal over the weekend and treated fans to a musical surprise when they performed “Panic,” the trios first original song as Sublime with Rome. Along with “Panic,” Sublime with Rome closed the show with the fan favorite and classic hit, “Wrong Way.” Fans can now relive Sublime with Rome’s performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live by visiting their official YouTube page.

Sublime with Rome has teamed up with Eventful to give away a pair of tickets to each of the band’s upcoming summer tour dates with Matisyahu and The Dirty Heads. Fan’s must like the Eventful Facebook page and complete the Sublime with Rome entry form by August 17, 2010 for your chance to win.

For more information and a full list of upcoming summer tour dates visit www.SublimewithRome.com!

30 Jun

In anticipation of the band’s debut record, It’ll Be Better (Cantora Records, July 20th), Francis and the Lights have released the world’s first HTML5 embeddable album, specifically designed for the iPad and the brand new iOS4. Developed exclusively by Muxtape’s Justin Ouellette, fans can stream the record, watch the video for “Darling, It’s Alright”, and download tracks directly from iTunes – using nothing more than fingertips to experience the content. The HTML5 album can also be embedded and streamed anywhere on the web. It’s all free and seamless, simply by visiting www.itllbebetter.com.

Along with their debut album, Franics and the Lights have also written and produced a song for Drake’s recently released debut, Thank Me Later, titled Karaoke. Drake personally requested a beat, and being a true fan, Francis decided to make use of a special song he had been saving. Francis recorded and arranged it in one night and sent it over with the message, “do whatever is best for the song.” Drake brilliantly re-worked the lyrics, making it deeply personal and added a rap verse. The song was cut and mixed by 40, Drake’s engineer, in Jamaica the following day.

The band is currently taking a short break after a two month long tour with Drake before heading back out to support the psych-pop duo, MGMT. The string of dates starting July 15th will see the band travel up the west coast from San Diego to Vancouver. The tour will end in New York City at Radio City Music Hall.



7/15 SDSU Open Air Theatre San Diego, CA*
7/16 Greek Theatre Los Angeles, CA*
7/18 Fox Theatre Pomona, CA*
7/21 Fox Theatre Oakland, CA*
7/23 Capitol Hill Black Party Seattle, WA
7/24 Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC*
7/27 Centre for the Performing Arts, Vancouver, BC**
8/1 Molson Amphitheater, Toronto, ON**
8/12 SOB’s, New York, NY
8/17 Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY*


30 Jun

Philadelphia rockers, Free Energy, are featured on AOL Spinner’s “The Interface” starting today! Check out live studio performances of your favorite songs, including “Free Energy,” “Bang Pop,” “C’mon Let’s Dance” and ”Hope Child” along with an exclusive interview with the band. Click HERE to check out the exclusive live videos now!

Free Energy will continue to tour throughout the Summer with more performances w/ Mates of State and stops at Pitchfork Festival and Summer Sonic Music Festival. More tour dates are coming soon!

Produced by DFA’s James Murphy, Free Energy’s debut album, Stuck On Nothing, is out now on Astralwerks/DFA Records. Don’t miss your chance to see what Rolling Stone, Spin, and Alternative Press have all declared as one of the most exciting bands of 2010 live!

30 Jun

The wait’s over. We finally have the new video for Papa Roach’s “Kick In The Teeth”. Check it out!

30 Jun

Check out the official, full-length version of Lolene’s video for “Rich (Fake it Til You Make It).” The Justin Harder directed clip premiered last night on LOGO TV’s NewNowNext PopLab and is now available for viewing online. Watch Lolene fake it til she makes it in a neon, dream-like supermarket and go swimming in a giant glass of champagne.

This is the first single off her debut album, The Electrick Hotel, due out in October 2010.

30 Jun

The release of DANZIG’s brand new album, Deth Red Sabaoth returns the legendary artist to the Billboard Charts this week.

Deth Red Sabaoth was released on June 22 on Evilive/The End Records and is Danzig’s ninth studio album and first in over six years. The album debuts this week on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart at #35 and at #3 on the Top Independent Album Chart. It marks Danzig’s highest-charting album since the release of Danzig 4 in 1994.

The 11-track collection was written and produced by Glenn Danzig and joining Glenn in the studio for the recording of Deth Red Sabaoth were guitarist Tommy Victor (Prong, Ministry), a Danzig cohort on and off since 1997, and drummer Johnny Kelly (Type O Negative, Seventh Void). While Kelly has toured with Glenn intermittently since 2002, this is the first time he has recorded with the band. Glenn handled the bass chores for most of the album, and played drums on “Black Candy.”

The CD cover artwork for Deth Red Sabaoth is an original painting by the award-winning artist Joe Chiodo whose work has graced not only Danzig’s Verotik publishing line, but the covers of numerous graphic novels and comic books, including “X-Men Unlimited.”

Deth Red Sabaoth marks Danzig’s ninth studio venture that began back in 1988 with the Rick Rubin-produced, Platinum-certified, Danzig. In 1993 “Mother” became a major hit and added to his iconic status that began over a decade earlier when he founded the near-mythic punk band Misfits and then Samhain. Sales of over ten-million albums later and having been dubbed “goth-punk’s godfather” by SPIN, Glenn Danzig is arguably the most versatile talent to emerge from hardcore’s first wave, and truly is a renaissance man – a graphic designer, photographer, comic book publisher and composer. His venture into composing and recording classical music yielded Black Aria, that debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Classical charts, and Black Aria II, that had Glenn sharing the Billboard/Classical’s Top Ten with Itzhak Perlman and Andrea Bocelli. His indelible stamp is on artists like Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails, and he has written songs that have been sung by a diverse array of artists, from Metallica to Roy Orbison to Johnny Cash.

Over his decades-long career, Glenn Danzig’s intense musical and lyrical statements have left a permanent mark on rock music, and continue to do so going into the 21st century. Glenn’s song “Thirteen,” originally written for Johnny Cash and then recorded for Glenn’s own Satan’s Child album, was the opening song in last year’s box office smash and Golden Globe winner, “The Hangover.”

Danzig – Glenn, guitarist Tommy Victor, drummer Johnny Kelly and bassist Steve Zing – also a founding member of Samhain with Glenn – recently completed an exclusive 9-city album release tour and will continue to tour extensively to support Deth Red Sabaoth.