Grant-Lee Phillips' 'Strangelet' On Sale Now

Cambridge, MA - Although many contemporary musicians lay claim to the troubadour tradition, Grant-Lee Phillips truly embodies the legacy of courtly poet-musicians, crafting songs that combine lyrical storytelling and a dreamy, down-to-earth delivery. The New York Times has characterized Phillips as an artist who sings “with the conviction that rock can still be heroic.” His latest and 5th solo album in seven years, entitled Strang ...
Mar
27
2007
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NIght Kills The Day Readies For Debut

The New York-based four-piece Night Kills The Day are set to release their full length debut The Study Of Man… April 10 via the NYC indie Score Records. Filled with highlights such as the anthemic first single “Dive,” the electro-pop “Rainbows in N.Y.C.” and the danceable “Enjoy The Ride,” The Study of Man… is now impacting specialty radio.

Produced by Joe Blaney, noted for his engineerin ...

Mar
27
2007
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Holy Roman Empire Announces Tour Dates

Holy Roman Empire, Chicago’s next big thing, is proud and excited to announce a stint on the road alongside Rise Against, Silverstein, and Comeback Kid this summer!  Hitting up both the United States and Canada, Holy Roman Empire couldn’t be more excited.  Jay Jancetic, guitarist for Holy Roman Empire, said, “We are not only excited to finally get on the road and play our new songs for people, but we're ecstatic to ...
Mar
25
2007
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June Heads Into Studio for Sophmore Album

Chicago ’s highly acclaimed power-pop band June will soon enter the studio to record the follow-up to the smashing debut, If You Speak Any Faster. The sophomore release, to be called Make It Blur, will be produced by Marc McClusky (Hit The Lights, Scenes from a Movie, Powerspace).

It’s been a non-stop road trip for June since If You Speak Any Faster was released almost two years ago. In that time, they have shared bills wit ...
Mar
13
2007
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Darkest Hour Delivers

The true masters of indie metal, Darkest Hour, have started work on the long-awaited successor to their 2005 masterpiece, Undoing Ruin, at the Warehouse in Vancouver , Canada . The new effort, to be called Deliver Us, is expected to be released July 10 on Victory Records. The band will follow recording by doing four U.S. dates in April with Job For A Cowboy. It’s up in the air wh ...

Mar
07
2007
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Inhale Exhale’s New Video For “Redemption” Posted

Head over to myspace.com/inhaleexhale now to check out the brand new video for “Redemption”, filmed by the great folks over at Endeavor Media! Guitarist John Larussa said, “Shooting the video was a killer experience and working with Endeavor Media was a lot like hanging with friends… but a lot of work. We can’t wait to show everyone the completed video and ...

Mar
07
2007
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The Autumn Offering Coming Through

Victory Records group The Autumn Offering will be bringing its no-holds-barred metal assault to stages throughout the eastern half ofthe U.S. this March. The three-week, 14-date tour begans March 2 in Tifton, GA and covers much of the South, Midwest and Northeast before concluding in Jacksonville, FL.

Erupting out of Daytona Beach at the turn of the millennium, The Autumn Offering came up with a combustible form of metal, fusing ult ...

Mar
07
2007
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theAUDITION Announces First Headline Tour

Chicago , IL theAUDITION, described as an addictive dance-rock-pop-punk band from Chicago , IL , will be joined on select dates by My American Heart, New Atlantic and The Graduate to wage a 37-city national tour in support of their debut album “Controversy Loves Company”. The tour begins May 13 in Minneapolis .

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Mar
07
2007
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Fans Call The Forecast

Call to fans:

What do you do when you’re bored in Peoria, IL and off tour?

Well... The Forecast sits at home and comes up with crazy ideas on how to promote their upcoming tour with Hot Rod Circuit & Limbeck.

You would think that most bands just send out myspace bulletins, do contests to win stuff and rely on their label and publicist to promote their upcoming shows... Well wh ...
Mar
05
2007
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