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  • Review: Midnight Divide's 'Dichotomy' is a thrilling emotional experience

    Review: Midnight Divide's 'Dichotomy' is a thrilling emotional experience

    Los Angeles-based alternative rock band Midnight Divide’s recently released second EP Dichotomy is one of the summer’s best new records. It's cathartic, hard-driving and introspective in a way that never feels ponderous. Its four songs create a musical experience that feels equally appropriate for...
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    Breaking Benjamin announce fall 2017 U.S. acoustic tour dates

    The multi-platinum rock band, Breaking Benjamin has announced a new 2017 fall run of acoustic tour dates. The 23-city U.S. trek will take the band to the South, the Southwest, Midwest, and West Coast. Kicking off Sept. 29 in Boston at the Paradise Lounge, the ‘Breaking Benjamin—Unplugged’ tour will...
  • Billy Corgan announces new solo album and fall tour

    Billy Corgan announces new solo album and fall tour

    Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan has announced a new solo album, Ogilala, and shared its lead single, a string ballad dubbed “Aeronaut.” The LP, due out Oct. 13, was co-produced by Rick Rubin. Speaking about the new album in a press statement, Corgan says, "For as long as I can remember the...
  • Shed Seven announce first US tour since the '90s

    Shed Seven announce first US tour since the '90s

    After 16 years of musical silence, legendary Britpop band the Shed Seven is planning to release a new album. Additionally, the band announced on Aug. 16 that they’ll be touring North America for the first time since the 1990s. The group’s US and Canada dates will see them perform at venues in...
  • The Spill Canvas announce anniversary tour in celebration of 'No Really, I'm Fine'

    The Spill Canvas announce anniversary tour in celebration of 'No Really, I'm Fine'

    The Spill Canvas, the alt-rock group Sioux Falls, S.D., released their fourth studio effort back in 2007 with a 12-track album titled No Really, I’m Fine. The band will be celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the LP with a 35-date North American tour under the same banner starting on Oct. 12 in...
  • Listen to Stranger Ranger's crunchy new single 'House Show'

    Listen to Stranger Ranger's crunchy new single 'House Show'

    On Aug. 11, Portland-based Stranger Ranger released “House Show,” the first single from their forthcoming second studio album, Daymoon. Full of crunchy guitars and hypnotic low-fi vocals, the song sounds like a lost grunge track that would've sold a million singles back in the mid-‘90s. Or given...
  • The Neighbourhood announce select 2017 fall dates

    The Neighbourhood announce select 2017 fall dates

    Newbury Park, Calif.-based alt-rock band The Neighbourhood clearly loves touring as they just added a new series of North American dates to their current tour. This fall, the group will be playing shows in Mexico as well as venues in New York, Houston, Dallas and Los Angeles’ The Roxy. Tickets for...
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    Photos: 311 ignites House of Blues Myrtle Beach

    Alt-rockers 311 brought the eighteenth annual Unity Tour to House of Blues Myrtle Beach, with the same energy as the inaugural summer run nearly two decades ago. In fact, it may have been difficult for die-hard fans to discern which version of the band was present – save for the band playing songs...
  • Buckethead announces fall US tour

    Buckethead announces fall US tour

    This fall, brilliant and bizarre guitarist Buckethead will be heading out on tour. The ex-Guns N’ Roses member will play shows in Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Oregon and Seattle, Wash.’s own The Showbox beginning in September. As reported by Jam Base on Aug. 2, the genre blending musician will be hitting...
  • Deer Tick announce pair of Boston New Year's Eve shows

    Deer Tick announce pair of Boston New Year's Eve shows

    Anyone looking for something fun to do on New Year’s Eve now has an exciting new option. On Aug. 1, alternative rock band Deer Tick announced plans to celebrate the coming of 2018 by playing shows on Dec. 30-31 at Cambridge, Mass.’s own The Sinclair. Both shows will begin at 9 p.m. EST and tickets...
  • Mondo Cozmo announces 'Plastic Soul' US tour

    Mondo Cozmo announces 'Plastic Soul' US tour

    Beginning later this month, singer-songwriter Mondo Cozmo will start an extensive tour of the United States. The veteran rocker is hitting the road in support of his debut album, Plastic Soul, which is due out Aug. 4. Mondo Cozmo will be performing at venues in Los Angeles, Washington DC...
  • Nirvana's Krist Novoselic unveils new band Giants in the Trees with new single

    Nirvana's Krist Novoselic unveils new band Giants in the Trees with new single

    Krist Novoselic, former Nirvana bassist, returns to music with his new band, Giants In the Trees, who formed last year. The band also unveiled their debut single “Sasquatch,” along with its accompanying music video. The clip shows Novoselic and bandmates Ray Prestegard, Erik Friend and vocalist...
  • Butthole Surfers to record first new album in 16 years

    Butthole Surfers to record first new album in 16 years

    For the first time in nearly two decades, alternative rock legends Butthole Surfers are planning to record a new album. Earlier this month, the Austin Chronicle revealed that long time Surfers engineer Stuart Sullivan mentioned that the group is heading back in the studio during a meeting with the...
  • Listen to Carl Broemel's epic cover of Beck's 'The Golden Age'

    Listen to Carl Broemel's epic cover of Beck's 'The Golden Age'

    As part of Amazon’s Open Road playlist project, My Morning Jacket frontman Carl Broemel covered Beck’s bummer anthem “The Golden Age.” Although MMJ and Beck have different music styles, the cover works really well. For one thing, “The Golden Age” is a track taken from 2002 album Sea Change, which...
  • Chester Bennington’s widow issues moving statement

    Chester Bennington’s widow issues moving statement

    Since Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington passed away on July 20, there has been an outpouring of sentiment from both his bandmates and his friends. But it goes without saying that those affected most by Chester’s death are his wife and children. As Loudwire reported, Chester’s wife Talinda...
  • Portugal. The Man adds Dallas stop to 2017 fall tour

    Portugal. The Man adds Dallas stop to 2017 fall tour

    Portugal. The Man is coming to Dallas with opening act Tank and The Bangas as part of the band’s North American headlining tour. The Dallas concert will take place at The Bomb Factory on Oc. 14 in an all-ages show. The tickets for this very special DFW concert will go on sale on July 28 and are...
  • Wolf Parade announces fall North American tour

    Wolf Parade announces fall North American tour

    On July 24, Canadian indie rock band Wolf Parade announced plans to tour North America this fall. The group is hitting the road in support of their forthcoming album Cry Cry Cry. The group’s upcoming tour dates will take them to venues in New Orleans, Dallas, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Brooklyn...
  • Silversun Pickups to tour North America this fall

    Silversun Pickups to tour North America this fall

    Following their successful U.S. tour earlier this year, alt-rockers Silversun Pickups announced today that they will be barnstorming through North America again this fall. The band's latest jaunt across the continent will take them to venues in Chicago, Washington D.C., New York, Philadelphia and...
  • Arkells to tour the United States this fall

    Arkells to tour the United States this fall

    Earlier today, Canadian alt-rock outfit Arkells announced that they will be touring the United States this fall. The band's last full-length album was 2016’s Morning Report, and they released a new song called “Knocking at the Door” in April. The group’s U.S. dates will see them visit venues in...
  • Watch: Late Night Episode's invigorating video for 'Golden Age'

    Watch: Late Night Episode's invigorating video for 'Golden Age'

    Earlier this week, emerging New York-based alternative rock group Late Night Episode released what might be one the most fun music videos of the summer. The Patrick Golan directed clip for “Golden Age” features the young band revels in the joys of being young and aimless. In it, the quartet goes...
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