Jessica Guerrasio



Chuck Berry Says No, Johnny, No To McCain

John McCain just can\'t get a break. Since winning the Republican nomination, finding a campaign song has apparently been high on his list of things to do. So, after a number of artists turned down his request to use their hit singles; McCain dug up one of the classics, Chuck Berry\'s legendary 1958 hit "Johnny B Goode."

Jun
16
2008
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Expect to See Captain America in 'The Incredible Hulk'

The Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier was on G4\'s Attack of the Show for a quick interview and talked about the easter eggs that he had embedded into the film for the hardcore Marvel fans.

Among them, he said, is the presence of a certain patriotic hero.

"Did you know that in Iron Man there\'s the Captain America shield somewhere? In Hulk, you might see Captain America himself.& ...

Jun
09
2008
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From Autumn to Ashes takes 'Indefinite Hiatus'

After nearly a decade of being one of the most renowned post-hardcore/metalcore bands making music today, Long Island\'s From Autumn to Ashes will be parting ways. FATA formed in 2000 and a year later released their surprisingly popular debut album, Too Bad You\'re Beautiful. Their first, and apparently only, live album Live at Looney Tunes was set to be released sometime this summer.

Jun
09
2008
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Blu-ray Xbox 360 Rumor (Once Again) Denied

Microsoft Entertainment & Devices Division President Robbie Bach told the San Francisco Chronicle that the highly-speculated Blu-ray enhanced Xbox 360 is still nothing more than a high-def dream.

"If you look at the Blu-ray player market, you haven\'t seen the acceleration everybody expected (since the demise of HD DVD). It\'s not as much about whether all the content is in a Blu-ray format or a HD DVD format. Yo ...

Jun
09
2008
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Incredible Hulk's Iron Man TV Spot

There he is! This new TV spot for The Incredible Hulk shows the scene Marvel fans have been waiting to see: the cameo appearance of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, in a bar scene where he meets General Thunderbolt Ross (William Hurt).

Watch it here

I wish they\'d kept it a surprise, but hey, it\'s a good play. Before Sex and the C ...

Jun
08
2008
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U2 To Reissue Classic Albums In July

The pride of Ireland, U2, has recently announced that they will reissue their first three albums Boy, October and War through Universal Records. The discs will not only be remastered and sound as good as the original vinyl, but the deluxe addition packages come packed full of bonus and unreleased tracks. The albums will hit stores on July 22nd, check out the extra tracks for each of the three albums below, and for more info c ...

Jun
06
2008
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Liars: New Tour Dates with Radiohead Revealed

Liars will release the "Freak Out EP" on Mute July 8, 2008. The digital-only release includes "Freak Out," an unreleased live version of "Clear Island" and the video for "Plaster Casts Of Everything," directed by Patrick Daughters (Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs, Feist) plus the video for "House Clouds" directed by Sonny Gerasimowicz (Where The Wild Things Are) - all from the latest album ‘Liars&rsquo ...

Jun
04
2008
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Melvins Announce First Round of Tour Dates

The Melvins embark on their first tour in support of their upcoming album, Nude With Boots, on July 16 with a show in the unlikely spot of Santa Barbara (go Santa Barbara!).

More dates to be added soon but here\'s the first leg.  "Nude With Boots" is set for a July 8 release via Ipecac Recordings.

Jul. 16, 2008  Santa Barbara,CA @ Velvet Jones w/ Big Business
Jul. 17, 2008  Sacramento ...
Jun
04
2008
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CONTEST: Annuals Take You to the Zoo

As Annuals embark on their summer tour, Sneak Attack is excited to announce a special contest for their fans in conjunction with their gorgeous new EP, Wet Zoo, out now on Canvasback Music.

For each show in each city, fans can enter to win a pair of tickets to the band\'s show, in addition to other exciting goodies such as passes to the local zoo or aquarium, an animal adoption at the local zoo, copies of Wet Zoo and ...

Jun
04
2008
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Computer Vs. Banjo Asks Where Folk Ends and Electronica Begins

If you\'ve always pigeonholed folk and electronica as polar opposites, Computer vs. Banjo will make you rethink everything you thought about both. Hatched in the musical crucible of Nashville, the genre-bending band fuses fingerpicked folk with experimental beats to create such a full, original sound, it\'s hard to believe CVB is just a duo.

You\'ll recognize their names because they\'re both accomplished musicians: Johnny Mann w ...

Jun
04
2008
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