BRITNY FOX has signed a new record deal with CHAVIS RECORDS and a new management / booking deal with LANE PRODUCTIONS .
We are recording a live cd / dvd combo in the U.K. on May 17th during our world tour.
A new studio album is being written and will be recorded this year when the tour is completed.
*** In case you’re wondering what the new album will it sound like here’s a hint :
This ain’t your momma’s BRITNY FOX . Think “Bite Down Hard” but even better !!!
The new lineup kicks major ass and the new albums will be kickin’ some serious ass as well.
** World Tour for 2008 !
Tour dates are posted with more are being added weekly .
Mar 21 2008 8:00P Shaker’s Cambridge, Ohio
Mar 22 2008 8:00P Cardi’s Fairfield, Ohio
Mar 28 2008 8:00P The Haunt Yonkers, New York
Mar 29 2008 8:00P Rock and Roll Heaven Buffalo, New York
Apr 3 2008 8:00P Tops & Tails Peoria, Illinois
Apr 4 2008 8:00P Gatorz Toledo, Ohio
Apr 5 2008 8:00P The Intersection Grand Rapids, Michigan
Apr 11 2008 8:00P Spirits Springfield, Ohio
Apr 12 2008 8:00P The Ritz Warren, Michigan
Apr 17 2008 8:00P Dingbatz Clifton, New Jersey
Apr 18 2008 8:00P Jack Rabbit Slim’s Albany, New York
Apr 19 2008 8:00P Trailside Inn Factoryville, Pennsylvania
Apr 25 2008 8:00P Cardo’s Chillicothe, Ohio
Apr 26 2008 8:00P The Underworld Columbus, Ohio
Apr 27 2008 8:00P Monkey Bar Huntington, West Virginia
May 17 2008 8:00P The Asylum Birmingham
Australian rock band AIRBOURNE has scheduled the following dates:
Feb. 21 – Burt’s Tiki Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT
Feb. 23 – The Boardwalk – Orangevale, CA
Feb. 26 – Roxy – West Hollywood, CA
Feb. 27 – Beauty Bar – Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 29 – Bluebird – Denver, CO
Mar. 01 – Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
Mar. 04 – Record Bar – Kansas City, MO
Mar. 05 – Outland Ballroom – Springfield, MO
Mar. 06 – Pop’s – Sauget (St. Louis), MO
Mar. 08 – Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK
Mar. 09 – White Rabbit – San Antonio, TX
Mar. 10 – House Of Rock – Corpus Christi, TX
Mar. 11 – Lola’s – Ft. Worth, TX
Mar. 12 – Meridian – Houston, TX
Mar. 14 – Midnite Rodeo – Abiline, TX
Mar. 17 – Masquerade – Atlanta, GA
Mar. 18 – State Theatre – St. Petersburg, FL
Mar. 19 – The Social – Orlando, FL
Mar. 20 – Studio A – Miami, FL
Mar. 21 – Fuel Coffeehouse – Jacksonville, FL
Mar. 23 – Poor House Music Hall – Raleigh, NC
Mar. 24 – Cattle Annie’s – Lynchburg, VA
Mar. 25 – The Handlebar – Greenville, SC
Mar. 26 – Recher Theatre – Towson, MD
Mar. 28 – Middle East Upstairs – Cambridge, MA
Mar. 29 – Jack Rabbit Slims – Albany, NY
Mar. 30 – Maxwell’s – Hoboken, NJ
Mar. 31 – Northstar – Philadelphia, PA
Apr. 02 – Imperial De Quebec – Saint-Romuald, QC
Apr. 03 – Les Saints – Montreal, QC
Apr. 04 – Zaphod Beeblebrox – Ottawa, ON
Apr. 05 – Mod Club – Toronto, ON
Apr. 06 – Small’s – Hamtramck, MI
Apr. 08 – A1A Entertainment Complex – Lexington, KY
Apr. 09 – The Machine Shop – Flint, MI
Apr. 10 – Subterranean – Chicago, IL
Apr. 11 – The Annex – Madison, WI
Apr. 12 – The Rock Nightclub – Maplewood, MN
Apr. 17 – Rock On The Range – Columbus, OH
Support at the shows will come from ENDEVERAFTER and STONE RIDER.
FILTER is back.
After a five-year hiatus and a successful run with Army of Anyone, RICHARD PATRICK has reclaimed his legacy with FILTER for ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED, due out this May.
Produced by Josh Abraham (Slayer, 30 Seconds to Mars, Velvet Revolver, Staind, Courtney Love), PATRICK calls ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED his “howl in the night,” a harsh indictment of civilization that doesn’t exclude himself from its vision of a world falling apart.
The album’s first single “Soldiers of Misfortune” will be released later this month. PATRICK describes the soaring anthem–with its U2/Bowie flavor and stacked backdrop of buzzing electric guitars–as a “sardonic anti-war/pro-troops song.” The first-person narrative was inspired by a letter from a FILTER fan who had enlisted in the Army reserves to get his college tuition paid; in his final year of college, he was shipped off to Iraq where he died from a rocket attack and small arms fire after just a few days of duty.
FILTER will preview tracks from ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED alongside such FILTER classics as “Hey Man, Nice Shot,” “Take a Picture” and others when they hit the road for special California club shows next month. The band will follow the shows with additional U.S. shows just prior to the album’s release, mixing headlining shows, festival appearances and radio shows.
ANTHEMS FOR THE DAMNED features such collaborators as guitarist/songwriter John 5, guitarist Wes Borland and drummer Josh Freese and marks FILTER’s first release in five years since The Amalgamut. Pointed and passionate, the new album traces PATRICK’s own anger and shame with the state of things, from the intense alternative industrial blast of “The Take,” “What’s Next” and “Hatred is Contagious,” the ultimate resignation of “Kill the Day” and “Lie After Lie” to the tentative hope expressed by “Only You” and the ambient soundscape of the closing “Can Stop This.”
March 3 Orangevale, CA Boardwalk
March 4 San Francisco, CA Café DuNord
DOKKEN frontman Don Dokken’s new solo album, Solitary, is now available for download at his official online store. Go to this location to purchase.
The tracklist is as follows: ‘In The Meadow’, ‘I’ll Never Forget’, ‘Where The Grass Is Green’, ‘Ship Of Fools’, ‘You Are Everything’, ‘Venice’, ‘Sarah’, ‘The Tragedy’, ‘Someday’.
Up until now Solitary has only been available at Don Dokken’s acoustic shows supporting QUEENSRŸCHE.
His tour schedule is as follows:
10 – House of Blues – Myrtle Beach, SC
12 – Tampa Theater – Tampa, FL
13 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
14 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA
15 – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
16 – Palladium – Dallas, TX
19 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
21 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
22 – House of Blues – Hollywood, CA
23 – House of Blues – Hollywood, CA
24 – House of Blues – Anaheim, CA
28 – Newmark – Portland, OR
29 – Big Easy – Spokane, WA
1 – Paramount – Seattle, WA
U.S. Airbourne fans are you ready! Airbourne has announced their first U.S. Tour dates of 2008!!
US Tour dates:
FEB 21 @ URBAN – Salt Lake City, UT
FEB 23 @ THE BOARDWALK – Sacramento, CA
FEB 26 @ ROXY – Los Angeles, CA
FEB 27 @ BEAUTY BAR – Las Vegas, NV
FEB 29 @ BLUEBIRD – Denver, CO
MAR 1 @ BLACK SHEEP – Colorado Springs, CO
MAR 4 @ RECORD BAR – Kansas City, MO
MAR 5 @ OUTLAND BALLROOM – Springfield, MO
MAR 6 @ POP’S NIGHTCLUB – Sauget (St. Louis), MO
MAR 9 @ WHITE RABBIT – San Antonio, TX
MAR 10 @ HOUSE OF ROCK – Corpus Christi, TX
MAR 11 @ LOLA’S – Ft. Worth, TX
MAR 12 @ SCOUT BAR – Houston, TX
MAR 14 @ MIDNITE RODEO 3 – Abiline, TX
MAR 18 @ STATE THEATRE – St. Petersburg, FL
MAR 19 @ SOCIAL – Orlando, FL
MAR 20 @ STUDIO A – Miami, FL
MAR 21 @ FUEL – Jacksonville, FL
MAR 23 @ POOR HOUSE MUSIC HALL – Raleigh, NC
MAR 25 @ THE HANDLEBAR – Greenville, SC
MAR 26 @ RECHER THEATRE – Baltimore, MD
The following dates have been released as part of W.A.S.P.’s 2008 Crimson Idol Tour !
Fri 02/08/08 Dallas, TX Granada Theater
Sat 02/09/08 San Antonio, TX Tiffany Billiards
Sun 02/10/08 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
Tue 02/12/08 Louisville, KY EXPO 13
Wed 02/13/08 Charlotte, NC
Thu 02/14/08 Huntington, WV Monkey Bar
Fri 02/15/08 West Springfield, VA Jaxx
Sat 02/16/08 West Springfield, VA Jaxx
Sun 02/17/08 Hartford, CT Webster Theatre / Underground
Wed 02/20/08 Farmingdale, NY The Crazy Donkey
Fri 02/22/08 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom
Sat 02/23/08 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
Sun 02/24/08 New York, NY Fillmore New York At Irving Plaza
Tue 02/26/08 Quebec, QC Imperial Du Quebec
Thu 02/28/08 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
Fri 02/29/08 Detroit, MI Harpo’s Concert Theatre
Sat 03/01/08 Flint, MI Machine Shop
Sun 03/02/08 Mokena, IL Pearl Room
Wed 03/05/08 Salt Lake City, UT Club Vegas
Thu 03/06/08 Las Vegas, NV Canyon Club
Fri 03/07/08 San Juan Capistrano, CA The Coach House
Sat 03/08/08 West Hollywood, CA Key Club
Def Leppard and Whitesnake Announce Mammoth Co Headline Arena Tour
Plus Special Guests Black Stone Cherry
PRE-SALE TICKETS GO ON SALE
FOR WHITESNAKE FANS
WEDNESDAY 16th January
GENERAL TICKETS GO ON SALE
Friday 18th January
Two of theWorlds greatest arena rock bands, are set to play a series of co-headline shows across the UK in summer of 2008. This is the ultimateline up for many a rock fan and be sure this tour is going to sellfast, so get your skates on……
A bit about the bands………
Def Leppard remain one of the world’s biggest and most successful live acts, and 2007 was another monumental year the band, playing a near sold out 50 date arena tour across the USA. Starting June 2007 and ending in September 2007, the group’s summer concert tour became a must-see phenomenon – .regularly selling out 15,000 to 20,000 capacity arenas! The show featured a stunning production and light show and saw Def Leppard using a ramp for the first time – the show featuring an acoustic in addition to Def Leppard’s huge catalogue of global hits. Def Leppard remain amongst the most successful UK bands in the USA still.
Def Leppard are one of only five rock groups who can claim two separate original 10 million plus selling albums in the US. The others are The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Van Halen.
2007 was also the 20th anniversary of Def Leppard’s legendary “Hysteria” album. An album summed up by Mojo magazine in Sept 2007 as “Hard rock’s equivalent of “Thriller””.
Def Leppard are also set to release a brand new studio album in mid 2008. The album will see the band adding to their incredible legacy and promises the inclusion of a very special collaboration.
Having sold over 65 million albums worldwide since the Def Leppard debut release in 1980 and proved themselves one of rock music’s hardest working and consistently powerful live bands (playing to over 50 million fans in the last 15 years alone), these dates are set to be a highlight of the summer.
Legendary front man David Coverdale is bringing Whitesnake back on the road in 2008 to celebrate the band’s 30th Anniversary with a vengeance…April 2008 will see the release of the first new Whitesnake studio album in over 10 years…’Good To Be Bad’ featuring 11 new, slamming Whitesnake songs, guaranteed to take their place alongside their better known multi-million selling catalogue.
“It’s about time we had new songs to present to the Whitesnake Choir…This album has all the elements I enjoy about Whitesnake & more…“ says Coverdale.
‘Good To Be Bad’ is the most recent band offering, along with their in-concert greatest hits CD… ‘Live In The Shadow Of The Blues’ & ‘Live In The Still Of The Night’…voted Best DVD of 2006 by the readers of Classic Rock magazine.
With their blend of hard rock, soul, blues, and balladry…a healthy dose of priapic posturing & good time fun, Whitesnake brings a welcome, positive energy to the current musical climate.
From 1973 to 1976 Coverdale was the lead singer in Deep Purple, one of the biggest bands in the world. A year after leaving, he formed Whitesnake in late 1977 as a blues-based, melodic rock band to tour & promote his solo records ‘Whitesnake’ & ‘Northwinds’.
The band then took on a life & an identity of its own, attracting not only the supporters from Deep Purple, but, a whole new audience hungry for the blues, soul & good time rock Whitesnake offered.
In the early 90’s Coverdale spent 3 years working with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, on the rock classic ‘Coverdale Page’ album, before retiring from the music business for several years.
The internationally renowned, multi-platinum band will be featuring songs from David Coverdale’s colourful career…
This is an opportunity to experience the ultimate line-up & celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Whitesnake…
Doug Aldrich on guitar…Reb Beach on guitar…Timothy Drury on keyboards… Uriah Duffy on bass…Chris Frazier on drums…& of course, the inimitable David Coverdale on vocals…
“I can’t wait to get back on stage…after being in the studio for most of 2007 I am most definitely ready to let off some steam…The front row should definitely be prepared!” says Coverdale
You have been warned!!!
Special Guests on the tour are the great ‘Black Stone Cherry’ who hail from the USA and have just won Best New Band at the Classic Rock awards.
Whitesnake and Def Leppard UK Tour 2008 confirmed dates….
Tue 17 GLASGOW SECC 0870 040 4000
Wed 18 BIRMINGHAM NEC 0870 909 4133
Fri 20 MANCHESTER MEN ARENA 0844 847 8000
Mon 23 SHEFFIELD ARENA 0114 256 5656
Tue 24 NEWCASTLE ARENA 0870 707 8000
Thu 26 WEMBLEY ARENA 0870 060 0870
Tickets are priced at £37.50 and can be booked through http://www.livenation.co.uk or 24hr cc hotline 0844 576 5483 (all tickets subject to a booking fee).
Check with http://www.Whitesnake.com for any news updates & the possibility of interacting with David Coverdale personally.
For more Def Leppard info go to http://www.myspace.com/defleppard
A Live Nation presentation in association with ITB
THE BLACK CROWES RELEASE FIRST NEW ALBUM IN SEVEN YEARS, ‘WARPAINT,’ ON MARCH 4
BAND TO PERFORM NEW ALBUM ‘WARPAINT’ IN ITS ENTIRETY ON SPECIAL “ONE NIGHT ONLY” SWING
HEADLINE SHOW SET FOR MARCH 15 AT SXSW IN AUSTIN
BAND TO HEAD OVERSEAS FOR TOUR LAUNCHING MARCH 24 INCLUDING DATES IN AUSTRALIA,
NEW ZEALAND, ENGLAND AND HOLLAND
For the first time in their 18-year career, THE BLACK CROWES will perform an album of theirs in its entirety. On a special run of “One Night Only” shows beginning March 2 and wrapping March 20, fans will experience WARPAINT–the
group’s first album of all new studio material in seven years, due out March 4 — in its entirety onstage, after which the band will perform songs from their catalog and selected surprises.
A listing of these seven one-time-only tour dates is below, with the on-sale info. In the midst of this trek, the band will headline Stubbs March 15 at SXSW in Austin.
THE BLACK CROWES launch their overseas tour March 24 when they headline the East Coast Blues & Roots Festival in Australia. They’ll continue their Down Under trek–their first since 1991–through April 5, and conclude with exclusive
performances in London, UK at Brixton Academy April 9 and The Amsterdam Music Hall April 11. A major market multiple night U.S. tour will begin in May, with cities and venues to be announced in the near future.
WARPAINT marks the recording debut of two new band members–second guitarist Luther Dickerson, formerly of North Mississippi Allstars, and keyboardist Adam MacDougall who join CHRIS and RICH and drummer Steve Gorman and bassist Sven Pipien. The album which is being independently released on the band’s own newly-formed Silver Arrow Records, distributed through Megaforce/Sony Red BMG builds compellingly on the band’s trademark adventurous brew of rock,blues, country, soul and gospel.
Produced and mixed by Paul Stacey at Allaire Studios, Woodstock, NY, the album features 11 songs, all of which were written by CHRIS and RICH ROBINSON, except “God’s Got It” by the Reverend Charlie Jackson. “Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution” is set as the album’s first single and video; the song will arrive at radio on Monday, January 7. You can view the new video at this location.
THE BLACK CROWES have sold over 20 million albums and are known as one of rock’s best live acts. They have been called “The Most Rock n’ Roll Rock ‘n’ Roll Band In the World” and a “thoroughbred American rock ‘n’ freakin’ roll band”; their panoramic live shows feature alternating set lists and signature incendiary musical explorations. Catch up with the band at www.blackcrowes.com
ONE NIGHT ONLY SHOWS PERFORMING ENTIRE NEW ALBUM
DATE VENUE CITY / ON SALE
Sun 3/2 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom – 1/18 @ Noon EST
Tue 3/4 New York, NY The Fillmore @ Irving Plaza – 1/18 @ Noon EST
Wed 3/5 Boston, MA Somerville Theatre – 1/18 @ Noon EST
Fri 3/7 Chicago, IL Park West – 1/19 @ 10AM CST
Sun 3/9 Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle – 1/18 @ 10AM EST
Sat 3/15 Austin, TX SXSW @ Stubb’s BBQ (not part of the “One Night
Wed 3/19 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore – 1/20 @ 10AM PST
Thu 3/20 Los Angeles, CA The Avalon – 1/18 @ Noon PST
Mon 3/24 Byron Bay, Australia East Coast Blues & Roots Festival
Wed 3/26 Perth, Australia Challenge Stadium
Fri 3/28 Adelaide, Australia The Barton Theatre
Sat 3/29 Melbourne, Australia Palais Theatre
Sun 3/30 Sydney, Australia Hordern Pavilion
Tue 4/1 Wollongong, Australia Win Entertainment Centre
Wed 4/2 Canberra, Australia Royal Theatre
Thu 4/3 New Castle, Australia Civic Theatre
Sat 4/5 Auckland, New Zealand Logan Campbell Centre
LONDON AND AMSTERDAM
Wed 4/9 London, England Brixton Academy
Fri 4/11 Amsterdam, Holland Amsterdam Music Hall
The following info was posted on the Def Leppard website on Thurday, January 3rd.
Many rumors are currently going around regarding Def Leppard’s 2008 tour…..but this upcoming Monday, your guessing game will come to an end as an official tour announcement will be made, containing all the dates and places of the first (North American) leg of the band’s tour! Right now, we can tell you there will be some 20 dates on this leg and that the band’s touring partners will indeed be Styx and REO Speedwagon. Well, actually, we can announce eight of these dates already, so here goes:
|DATE||CITY||VENUE / EVENT|
|THU||03.27||Greensboro, NC||Greensboro Coliseum|
|SUN||03.30||Estero, FL||Germain Arena|
|THU||04.03||Reading, PA||Sovereign Arena|
|TUE||04.08||Uncasville, CT||Mohegan Sun|
|FRI||04.11||Quebec, QC||Colisee Pepsi Arena|
|WED||04.16||Winnipeg, MB||MTS Centre|
|FRI||04.18||Grand Rapids, MI||Van Andel Arena|
|SAT||04.19||Detroit, MI||Joe Louis Arena|
Tickets for these eight shows will go on sale next week (exact dates/times to be announced on Monday), and as usual, members of the Def Leppard Fan Club will get access to the presales, two days before the general onsale dates.
Stay tuned…..all will be revelead on January 7. Watch this space!
Kip Winger and company are set to hit the road in February. Here are the up and coming tour dates!
Date City Venue
Thu 02/14/08 Pittsburgh, PA Rex Theatre
Fri 02/15/08 Toronto, CAN Lee’s Palace
Sat 02/16/08 Depew, NY Rock N’ Roll Heaven
Sun 02/17/08 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock Cafe
Tue 02/19/08 Mechanicsburg, PA Hardware Bar
Wed 02/20/08 Hartford, CT Webster Theatre / Underground
Thu 02/21/08 Wantagh, NY Mulcahy’s
Fri 02/22/08 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony
Sat 02/23/08 Cambridge, MA Middle East Restaurant & Nightclub
Sun 02/24/08 New York, NY B.B. King’s Blues Club
Thu 02/28/08 Chicago, IL House Of Blues
Fri 02/29/08 Columbus, OH Al Rosa Villa
Sat 03/01/08 Detroit, MI Harpo’s Concert Theatre
BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE ON 2008’S “TASTE OF CHAOS” NORTH AMERICAN TREK
Tour Dates in Support of the Band’s “Scream Aim Fire,” Out January 29
Los Angeles, CA – December 19, 2007 — With the title track from their upcoming album, “Scream Aim Fire,” already blazing at Rock Radio, the Welsh metal-core band BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE announces that they will join forces with Avenged Sevenfold and Atreyu on the Main Stage for “Taste of Chaos,” 2008. The tour kicks off Friday, February 29 in Denver, CO, and will play more than 40 cities in the U.S. and Canada through to late April. The UK’s Kerrang! magazine recently cited a Bullet show at London’s Brixton Academy as one of the “100 Greatest Gigs Ever,” so U.S. fans should be in for a string of sensational performances.
The “Taste of Chaos” dates will be the first North American tour for Bullet For My Valentine since early 2007 when they sold out their first headline tour this side of “the Pond.” Just prior to “Taste of Chaos,” B4MV will play three weeks-worth of headline dates in the UK and Europe, including a kick-off concert in their native Wales.
Bullet For My Valentine – Matthew “Matt” Tuck/vocals, Michael “Padge” Paget/Guitar, Michael “Moose” Thomas/drums, and Jason “Jay” James/Bass – saw their 2006 debut album, “The Poison” – dubbed “One of the finest debut albums in rock history” by a major UK daily – sail past the million sales mark, selling 350,000 in the U.S. alone.
“Scream Aim Fire” was produced by Colin Richardson (Machinehead, Funeral For A Friend) who also produced “The Poison,” and was recorded at Sonic Ranch near El Paso, TX earlier this year. The eleven new songs are, according to frontman Tuck, “really melodic heavy metal…catchy, hooky choruses and full-on vocals, with the music being very in-your-face and heavy…it’s a lot more uptempo [than ‘The Poison’], a lot more aggressive.” Still a week away from the official U.S. radio “add” date, the album’s title track has been the #1 Most Added track at CMJ’s Loud Rock chart, and #1 Most Added at FMQB’s Metal Detector chart.
With the Canadian dates to be announced in January, the confirmed itinerary for Bullet For My Valentine on the 2008 “Taste of Chaos” tour is as follows:
29 Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO
1 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO
2 Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI
4 Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN
5 Family Arena, St. Louis, MO
7 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH
8 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI
10 The Armory, Rochester, NY
11 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL
13 Constant Convocation Center, Norfolk, VA
14 Tweeter Center, Philadelphia, PA
15 Convention Center, Asbury Park, NJ
17 Patriot Center, Washington, DC
18 Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME
20 Nassau Coliseum, Nassau, NY
21 Tsongas Arena, Boston, MA
22 The Armory, Albany, NY
24 Gwinnett Center, Atlanta, GA
25 USF Sundome, Tampa, FL
26 Bayfront Park, Miami, FL
28 USC Arena, Orlando, FL
29 Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, MS
30 The Woodlands/Verizon, Houston, TX
1 Nokia Theatre, Dallas, TX
3 Fairgrounds Arena, Oklahoma City, OK
4 Concrete Street Amphitheatre, Corpus Christi, TX
5 Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio, TX
6 County Coliseum, El Paso, TX
9 Jobing.com Arena, Phoenix, AZ
10 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA
12 Event Center, San Jose, CA
13 ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA
15 WaMu Center, Seattle, WA
New dates are starting to trickle in for Endeverafter. Hard Rock Hideout will update you will the latest dates as they arrive!
Jan 10 2008 7:30P The Boardwalk Orangevale, CA
Jan 12, 2008 7:30P Avalon Theater Salt Lake City, Utah
Jan 13, 2008 8:00P Black Sheep Colorado Springs
Jan 16, 2008 8:00P Station 4 St. Paul, Minnesota
Jan 19, 2008 8:00P Irock Detroit, Michigan
Jan 20, 2008 8:00P House of Crave Columbus, Ohio
Bobaflex has just released new tour dates with Life of Agony and Ill Nino. Bobaflex offers a combination of intimate lyrics with some heavy guitar riffs and an intense connection with their fans. Being away from their fans has influenced Bobaflex to add an additional two months to their tour. The band teamed up with Russ T. Cobb (Sevendust) to record their third album Tales from Dirt Town, available in stores now.
NEW TOUR DATES WITH LIFE OF AGONY
January 9th Farmingdale, NY – Crazy Donkey
January 10th New York NY- Blender Theater
January 11th Asbury Park NJ – Stone Pony
NEW TOUR DATES WITH ILL NINO
January 16th Bedford, NH – Mark’s Place
January 17th Hartford – Webster Theater
January 18th Clifton Park, NY – Northern Lights
January 19th Millvale, PA – Mr. Smalls
January 20th Cleveland – Peabodys
January 22nd Columbus – Newport Music Hall
January 23rd Flint, MI – Machine Shop
January 25th Grand Rapids – Intersection
January 26th Mokena, IL – Pearl Room
January 27th Rockford, IL – Elixur
January 29th Milwaukee – The Rave
January 30th Minneapolis – The Rock
February 1st Cedar Rapids, IA – 3rd Street Live
February 2nd Lincoln, NE – Sokol Underground
February 3rd Lawrence, KS – Bottleneck
February 5th Denver – Bluebird
February 6th Colorado Springs – Black Sheep
February 7th Farmington, NM – Gator’s
February 8th Phoenix – The Clubhouse
February 9th Los Angeles – The Roxy
February 11th Tucson – The Rock
February 12th Albuquerque – Launch Pad
February 14th San Antonio – White Rabbit
February 15th Houston – Scout Bar
February 16th Dallas – Ridglea Theater
February 17th Oklahoma City – Conservatory
February 19th Sauget, IL – Pop’s
February 20th Louisville – Headliners
February 21st Huntington, WV – Monkey Bar
February 22nd Springfield, VA – Jaxx
February 23rd New York – Gramercy
You can watch the video for Home, here!
The Hard Rock Hideout Review for the new Bobaflex CD, Tales From Dirt Town is at this location!
DOWN has announced the following dates in January/February:
Jan. 19 – Birmingham, AL – Workplay Theatre
Jan. 22 – Little Rock, AR – The Village
Jan. 23 – Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
Jan. 25 – Springfield, MO – Reminton’s
Jan. 26 – Champaign, IL – Canopy Club
Jan. 27 – Grand Rapids – Orbit Room
Jan. 29 – Flint, MI – Machine Shop
Jan. 30 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rex Theater
Feb. 02 – Indianapolis, IN – Egyptian Room
Feb. 04 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
Feb. 05 – Allentown, PA – Crocodile Rock
Feb. 07 – Long Island – Mulcahy’s
Feb. 08 – Providence, RI – Lupo’s
Feb. 09 – Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
Feb. 11 – Poughkeepsie, NY – The Chance
Feb. 12 – New Haven, CT – Toad’s
Feb. 14 – Norfolk, VA – The Norva
Feb. 16 – Knoxville, TN – Valarium
Feb. 18 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
Feb. 19 – Nashville, TN – The Cannery
Hard rock veterans Tesla return to the road in February for another round of dates supporting their most recent album, June’s “Real to Reel.”
The group, which revealed in September it would be returning to the studio to put together a new album for 2008, will kick things off Feb. 1 in Seattle, with 20 cities on the itinerary. All dates for the tour, which runs to a close in early March, are shown below.
The band is coming off something of a resurgent year, having completed its first world tour in 16 years this fall with dates in Australia, Japan and Europe. The band also toured extensively in the US this summer, when fans attending the band’s shows were given an early opportunity to purchase the second volume of “Real to Reel,” which was initially only available in single-CD format.
The two volumes of “Real to Reel” discs feature covers of “songs that inspired us back in the day when we first heard them in the ’70s,” singer Jeff Keith said in a press release. “We originally had a large list of songs in mind for the record, and we had a lot of fun picking out the ones that ultimately made it onto the album. Making music is all about feeding off of your inspirations and putting your own touches to it. We feel we’ve accomplished this to the highest extent.”
Artists given the cover treatment on Tesla’s new album include The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and others.
The album is Tesla’s first since once again parting ways with original member Tommy Skeotch, who was replaced last year on tour and in the studio with guitarist Dave Rude.
Last month, the band released the iTunes-exclusive “A Peace of Time,” a seven-song digital EP that includes covers of songs by Bread, The Climax Blues Band and Ten Years After, as well as the band’s version of the traditional holiday classic “Silent Night.”
Date Venue City State/Province Country
Fri 2/1/2008 Showbox Seattle WA US
Sat 2/2/2008 Roseland Theater Portland OR US
Tue 2/5/2008 The Big Easy Spokane WA US
Wed 2/6/2008 The Big Easy Boise ID US
Fri 2/8/2008 Fillmore San Francisco CA US
Sat 2/9/2008 Grand Sierra Theatre Reno NV US
Sun 2/10/2008 Redding Convention Center Redding CA US
Wed 2/13/2008 Ogden Theatre Denver CO US
Thu 2/14/2008 Uptown Theatre Kansas City MO US
Sat 2/16/2008 Pop’s Nightclub Sauget IL US
Sun 2/17/2008 Cotillion Ballroom Wichita KS US
Tue 2/19/2008 Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa OK US
Wed 2/20/2008 Val Air Ballroom West Des Moines IA US
Fri 2/22/2008 Myth North Saint Paul MN US
Sun 2/24/2008 Club Infinity Williamsville NY US
Mon 2/25/2008 Dunkin’ Donuts Center Providence RI US
Wed 2/27/2008 The Palace Theater Greensburg PA US
Thu 2/28/2008 Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Columbus OH US
Date Venue City State/Province Country
Sat 3/1/2008 Piere’s Fort Wayne IN US
Sun 3/2/2008 Bogart’s Cincinnati OH US
Here is a live video taken from a show in September. Enjoy!
The XXXmas tour featuring The Antidivision, Jetboy and Stephen Pearcy rolled into Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday Night. This concert was held at Whiskey Dick’s bar, which is a small club, but an intimate setting to catch bands live.
When I first found about this show, I was in disbelief that Jetboy was playing in Ohio. Their appearances here have been rare, so this show was one that I could not miss. Stephen Pearcy was a bonus, especially since I have seen him with RATT twice in 2007.
The Antidivision took the stage shortly after 9 PM. At the time the band started, their was only about 50 people in the club, and the small crowd had a very lackluster response to the bands’ tunes. I must admit that the band didn’t have much stage presence, and I wasn’t seeing a lot of energy in their performance. It probably didn’t help that no one in the audience new their songs. The band pulled a cover off of Suffergette City that was actually pretty good, but by then it was too late. People were ready for Pearcy to play. I can imagine that their 13 hour drive from Denver had them quite exhausted, and probably effected their show somewhat. Stephen Pearcy recently signed the band to his Top Fuel Records label, so this could have just been an off night for this young band. Their tunes on their myspace page show promise( check out the tune Let Yourself Go). This will be a band that I will be keeping my eye on in the future.
Jetboy took the stage around 10 P.M. and played a jaw dropping set, that included several tunes off of their releases Feel the Shake, and Damned Nation as well as a very cool cover of the Johnny Cash tune Folsom Prison Blues. I expected Jetboy to be good, but this high energy performance was well beyond my expectations. The crowd swelled (if you can call it that) to 100 people, and most of them flew to the stage like moths to a flame.
Lead guitarist Fernie Rod was completely off the hook. The small crowd didn’t deter his performance one bit. He played as if there were 1000 people in the club. The mighty mohawked, Mickey Finn proved to be one dynamic front man. I was equally impressed with Billy Rowe’s rhythm and slide guitar playing. The newest members of Jetboy Michael Butler (bass) and Jeff Moscone(drums) are solid additions to the band. Both musicians add their own spark to Jetboy electric live show.
How these guys are still virtually unknown is mind-boggling to me! This show made is clear to me, that Jetboy is back, and they are going to rock everyone along the way. The band is currently working on new tunes for a 2008 release. Don’t miss out on this show if they come to your town! Be sure to check out the live Jetboy videos below!
The surprise of the night, was RATT front man, Stephen Pearcy. I have seen RATT twice in 2007, and both times I felt that Pearcy’s voice wasn’t what it used to be. Amazingly, on this Tuesday evening, Pearcy sounded better than he has in a long time. His five piece band, were pulling off RATT tunes with ease, and sounded great. Something else that also surprise me, was the fact that The Antidivision’s frontman Erik Ferentinos was playing lead guitar for Pearcy’s backup band, and was pulling off those amazing DiMartini guitar licks like a pro. Obviously, he is a musician with a lot to prove.
Pearcy’s voice wasn’t perfect by any means, but it was far better on Tuesday night than any other time that I saw him sing in 2007. I was very glad that I stayed for the set that consisted mostly of Ratt tunes, but also included a few covers. (Judas Priest’s You Got Another Thing Coming and, Aerosmith’s Draw The Line to name a couple of them.)
Pearcy also performed a new tune that will be on his new solo disc due in 2008, called You’re A Lot Like Me which is captured in one of the videos below.
I am sure that the weather report with the expected 2 – 4 inches of snowfall kept a lot of Columbus rock fans away from this gig. They missed one hell of a show.
A special shout goes out to Kenny Ozz from Drugstore Valentine, who is a huge supporter of glam metal in the Ohio Tri-State Area. I didn’t expect to run into anyone I knew in Columbus, and was quite surprised to find some familiar faces in the crowd.
Don’t miss the XXXmas tour if it hits your town…there are a few dates left in December.
Dec 6 2007 7:00P Emerald Theater Mt. Clemens, Michigan
Dec 7 2007 8:00P Fast Eddys Evansville, Indiana
Dec 8 2007 7:00P The Venue Boone, Iowa
Dec 9 2007 9:00P Atlantis Omaha, Nebraska
Dec 11 2007 7:00P Stratford Bar & Grill Fenton, Missouri
Dec 12 2007 7:00P The Ice House Bentonville, Arkansas
Onesidezero has announced they have parted ways with guitarist Levon Sultanian. A statement from the group reads as follows:
“We have decided to part ways with Levon due to creative and personal differences,” says frontman Jasan Radford. “The past 11 years that Levon and I played together were some of the best times and some of the hardest, but as time goes on sometimes things change and you grow apart. He will be missed, but we will continue and I see Onesidezero having a strong and positive 2008. A special thanks to everyone for supporting Onesidezero.”
The band will continue to support their recently released, self-titled, sophomore album with short headlining tour of the West Coast to round out the year, including a spot on 104.7 The Edge’s “Not So Silent Night” show with Atreyu, Five Finger Death Punch and Fair To Midland. Onesidezero will kick off 2008 with a European tour alongside ADEMA and RE:IGNITION.
Onesidezero’s Ulrich Wild (Static-X, Stabbing Westward, Taproot) produced sophomore album was released through Corporate Punishment Records. The album is the long awaited follow-up to the band’s critically acclaimed 2001 debut “Is This Room Getting Smaller”, which saw the group tour with the likes of Incubus, 311, Static-X, and Soul fly. The album’s first single, “My Confession”, has been picking up steam at radio with the track receiving steady rotation on XM Radio’s Squizz channel and Los Angeles based KROQ.
Onesidezero Tour Dates (more TBA)
Dec 09 Cell Block, Mesa, AZ
Dec 10 Sunshine Theater, Albuquerque, NM w/ ATREYU
Dec 11 Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep
Dec 12 Las Vegas, NV The Cheyenne Saloon
Dec 14 Brick By Brick, San Diego CA
Dec 15 Chain Reaction, Anaheim CA
Dec 16 Hogue Barmichael’s, Newport Beach CA
Feb 27 Club Logo, Hamburg Germany w/ ADEMA
Mar 02 Rockfabrik,Ludwigsburge Germany w/ ADEMA
If you didn’t see Van Halen on the first leg of the tour, never fear, they have announced a bunch more U.S. Dates! Don’t miss this show!
Thu 11/29/07 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
Sat 12/01/07 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
Mon 12/03/07 Seattle, WA KeyArena at Seattle Center
Wed 12/05/07 Vancouver, BC General Motors Place
Fri 12/07/07 Calgary, AB Pengrowth Saddledome
Sun 12/09/07 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
Fri 12/14/07 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
Sun 12/16/07 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion At San Jose
Tue 12/18/07 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
Thu 12/20/07 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
Sat 12/22/07 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
Fri 12/28/07 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Sun 12/30/07 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Tue 01/22/08 Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center
Thu 01/24/08 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
Sat 01/26/08 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
Mon 01/28/08 Houston, TX Toyota Center
Fri 02/01/08 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
Mon 02/04/08 Omaha, NE Qwest Center Omaha
Fri 02/08/08 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
Tue 02/12/08 Sunrise, FL BankAtlantic Center
Sat 02/16/08 Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Veterans Mem. Arena
Mon 02/18/08 Tampa, FL St. Pete Times Forum
Fri 02/22/08 Charlottesville, VA John Paul Jones Arena
Wed 03/05/08 Cincinnati, OH U.S. Bank Arena
Fri 03/07/08 Raleigh, NC RBC Center
Sun 03/09/08 Baltimore, MD 1st Mariner Arena
Tue 03/11/08 Manchester, NH Verizon Wireless Arena
Thu 03/13/08 East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center
Mon 03/17/08 New York, NY Madison Square Garden Arena
Wed 03/19/08 Hershey, PA Giant Center
Fri 03/21/08 Pittsburgh, PA Mellon Arena
Mon 03/24/08 Providence, RI Dunkin’ Donuts Center
Wed 03/26/08 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun
Fri 03/28/08 Atlantic City, NJ Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
Sun 03/30/08 Saint Louis, MO Scottrade Center
Tue 04/01/08 Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center
Thu 04/03/08 Rosemont, IL Allstate Arena
Sat 04/05/08 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
Mon 04/07/08 Milwaukee, WI Bradley Center
UFO have scheduled the following U.S. dates:
Apr. 08 – Saint Petersburg, FL @ The State Theatre
Apr. 10 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
Apr. 11 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Apr. 12 – New York, NY @ B.B. King’s Blues Club
Apr. 15 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theatre
Apr. 16 – Nashville, TN @ Wildhorse Saloon
Apr. 17 – Milwaukee, WI @ Potawatomi Bingo Casino
Apr. 18 – Medina, MN @ Medina Entertainment Center
Apr. 19 – Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues
Apr. 23 – Dallas, TX @ House Of Blues
Apr. 24 – Lyons, TX @ Big Creek Campgrounds
Apr. 26 – Las Vegas, NV @ Boulder Station Hotel & Casino
May 01 – Santa Ana, CA @ Galaxy Theatre
May 02 – West Hollywood, CA @ Key Club
May 03 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
Veteran California rockers TESLA have scheduled the following 2008 dates:
Feb. 01 – Seattle, WA – Showbox
Feb. 02 – Portland, OR – Roseland
Feb. 05 – Spokane, WA – The Big Easy
Feb. 06 – Boise, ID – The Big Easy
Feb. 08 – San Francisco, CA – Fillmore
Feb. 09 – Reno, NV – Grand Sierra Theatre
Feb. 10 – Redding, CA – Redding Convention Center
Feb. 13 – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre
Feb. 14 – Kansas City, MO – Uptown Theatre
Feb. 16 – Sauget, IL – Pop’s
Feb. 17 – Wichita, KS – Cotillion Ballroom
Feb. 19 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
Feb. 20 – West Des Moines, IA – Val Air Ballroom
TESLA has just released a new seven-track iTunes digital-download exclusive EP called “A Peace of Time”. According to the group, the EP is a “seven-song taste of music that was recorded live in the studio and features recordings of TESLA’s own songs in a different fashion as well as a few covers that we love. Set to be released for the holiday season, there is a recording of the Christmas classic ‘Silent Night’ and alternate recordings of TESLA classics.”
“A Peace of Time” track listing:
01. I Love You (CLIMAX BLUES BAND)
02. Everything I Own (BREAD)
03. Signs (FIVE MAN ELECTRICAL BAND)
04. The Way It Is
05. What You Give
06. I’d Love To Change The World (TEN YEARS AFTER)
07. Silent Night (acoustic solo)
RETURN TO OZ, FOR SUMMER TOUR
Airbourne have just returned from a very successful tour of the USA, selling out clubs on their own headline shows and sharing the stage with bands like Kid Rock & Korn.
They hit #1 most added track at Canadian radio, and their first single release in the USA is storming straight to the top of the radio charts. The track Runnin’ Wild was just used there for a highlights package on ‘Monday Night Football’ (28 Million viewers) and they have also been placed in nine of the biggest video games on the planet, including Madden, Need For Speed, Tony Hawk Skate, NHL 08 to name drop a few.
The album Runnin’ Wild will be released in the USA, Canada, UK, Europe & Japan on January 29 next year.
The Diamond In The Rough single and video clip has been released in Australia this week,
and to celebrate Airbourne are heading out on an extensive Australian tour.
THIS WILL BE YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE AIRBOURNE LIVE BEFORE THEY MOVE TO THE USA.
That’s right, Airbourne are permanently relocating to the USA early 2008, so don’t miss out on your very last chance to see them live before they leave!!!
AIRBOURNE “The Diamond In The Rough Tour”
11 DEC Hallam Hotel Hallam VIC
12 DEC Daisy’s Hotel Ringwood VIC
14 DEC Ferntree Gully Hotel Ferntree Gully VIC
15 DEC Pier Hotel Frankston VIC
30 DEC Pyramid Rock Festival Philip Island VIC
31 DEC Espy St Kilda VIC (NEW YEAR’S EVE)
2 JAN Marlin Hotel Ulladulla NSW
3 JAN Cambridge Hotel Newcastle NSW
4 JAN Hoey Moey Coffs Harbour NSW
5 JAN Yamba Bowling Club Yamba NSW
6 JAN Great Northern Hotel Byron Bay NSW
11 JAN Night Train Adelaide SA
12 JAN Loxton Hotel Loxton SA
17 JAN Continental Hotel Sorrento VIC
18 JAN Karova Lounge Ballarat VIC
25 JAN Hi Fi Bar Melbourne VIC
26 JAN Torquay Hotel, Torquay VIC
27 JAN Lorne Hotel, Lorne VIC
Dec. 27 – Jaxx – Springfield, VA
Dec. 28 – Jaxx – Springfield, VA
Dec. 29 – The Norva – Norfolk, VA
Dec. 31 – Crocodile Rock – Allentown, PA
Frehley is aiming for an early 2008 release date for his new solo album. The guitarist — who recently celebrated one year of sobriety after relapsing during the summer of 2006 — has finished recording around 10 new songs for the effort but is looking to lay down two or three more in the next couple of months in order to make the CD “really special,” he revealed during an appearance on the “Friday Night Rocks” radio show.
Ace‘s new album was reportedly recorded with a trio of Ace, Anton Fig on drums and new bassist Anthony Esposito (LYNCH MOB).
The Tracii Guns version of L.A. GUNS, consisting of Tracii on guitar, his son Jeremy on bass, Paul Black on vocals and Chad Stewart on drums, has announced the following tour dates:
30 – Crowbar – Johnson City, Tennessee
1 – The Sound Garden – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
5 – The Lighthouse – Imperial, Pennsylvania
6 – McGuffys – Dayton, Ohio
7 – Shakers – Cambridge, Ohio
8 – The Monkey Bar – Huntington, West Virginia
9 – Zakks – Murfreesboro, North Carolina
11 – Johnny B – Whitby, Ontario
12 – ADC Perfomance Center – Southbridge, Massachusetts
13 – Brighton Bar – Long Branch, New Jersey
14 – Jaxx – Springfield, Virginia
4 – House Of Blues – Hollywood, California
5 – Canyon Club – Las Vegas, Nevada
10 – House Of Blues – San Diego, Californa
Tracii Guns has issued the following statement:
“It has come to my attention that my old band mates Phil Lewis and Steve Riley are desperately trying to wage a campaign to have LA Guns shows cancelled. Although it is not an ideal situation, I think that by now everyone is aware that there are two versions of LA Guns performing out on the road. I have repeatedly tried to responsibly fix the situation, but obviously some old wounds never heal – mine included. Rather than insist on the other version of LA Guns immediately cease all activities, I have for whatever reason allowed them to continue to exist for the simple reason that I think the world is big enough for both of us. I also think that they, like all of us, have a right to make a living.
Now I have learned that Phil has made it a personal goal to basically attack the version of LA Guns that features me. They have sent false statements to several promoters saying that I am not performing with the ‘real’ LA Guns, etc. Whichever version of LA Guns the fans favor, I would hope that everyone knows that this is completely ridiculous. With all due respect to their contributions to LA Guns history, Phil and Steve were not even the original members of the band. Now they have the balls to say that I am not the ‘real’ version of LA Guns? I guess that is what I get for trying to mind my own business and be a good guy.
We have played all over the world this year to great crowds including Trinidad, Argentina, two tours of Europe, three US tours, Korea, and now we are looking forward to playing in 2008 all over and will start the new year on a west coast run with SKID ROW.”
POLKADOT CADAVER (EX-DOG FASHION DISCO) SCHEDULES
CD RELEASE PERFORMANCES IN CLEVELAND AND BALTIMORE
DEBUT ALBUM “PURGATORY DANCE PARTY” IN STORES NOVEMBER 27TH, 2007 ON ROTTEN RECORDS, NEW TRACKS POSTED ONLINE
Baltimore based Polkadot Cadaver, featuring Todd Smith, Jasan Stepp and John Ensminger formerly of Dog Fashion Disco, have announced CD release performances in Cleveland, OH on November 30th and December 1st, 2007 in Baltimore, MD.
The members of Polkadot Cadaver cut their teeth recording and touring relentlessly in avant-garde alt-metal act Dog Fashion Disco. During the near decade the group spent in Dog Fashion Disco. Smith and his merry band of misfits would amass a loyal underground following of fans (dubbed the “mushroom cult”) through countless tours with the likes of Slayer, Mindless Self Indulgence, Nothingface and Lacuna Coil. Although Dog Fashion Disco never achieved commercial success, their musical legacy gained the respect of musical contemporaries like Serj Tankian of System of a Down (who made a guest appearance on Anarchists of Good Taste), Mushroomhead and American Head Charge, while the group’s music lives on through the internet and continues to create new members of the “mushroom cult” long after the band’s demise.
“We came to a stand still with Dog Fashion Disco,” says Smith about the demise of his former outfit. “We weren’t making any money, but we were touring non-stop and it seemed like we were chasing our tail.”
While Smith and company may have become sick of living the vagabond lifestyle that a touring metal band requires, the thought of giving up music entirely never even crossed their minds. Within mere months of their former outfit’s demise the group had created a new group, Polkadot Cadaver to unleash their schizophrenic musical madness.
“Jasan and I decided to start a studio band and Polkadot Cadaver started as shells of songs on Jasan’s computer. After we fleshed out the songs we pitched it to Rotten Records, because we loved how they handled the last Dog Fashion Disco album,” says Smith about the formation of the group.
“They immediately got behind us and as soon as we received a recording budget we went to Wrightway Studios to work and complete the record. Polkadot Cadaver is very similar to Dog Fashion Disco stylistically. The songs are still very quirky and different from each other.”
Polkadot Cadaver’s debut album, “Purgatory Dance Party” is slated for release on November 27th, 2007 through Rotten Records. Recorded in the bowels of Baltimore with producer Steven Wright (Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, SR-71), Polkadot Cadaver’s debut album picks up right where Dog Fashion Disco left off. Schizophrenic, ambitious and completely insane, Polkadot Cadaver removes musical barriers to create their own brand of unique musical lunacy. The group has currently uploaded four songs from their forthcoming debut album at the following location www.myspace.com/polkadotcadaver
Polkadot Cadaver Upcoming Shows:
Nov 30 2007 Cleveland, Ohio @ Peabody’s
Dec 01 2007 Baltimore, Maryland @ Sonar
Rob Zombie has just announced additional dates for his current US tour with Ozzy Osbourne. The heavy metal deities are going coast to coast to bring the madness to their fans. Rob Zombie just released his first-ever live album, Zombie Live.
Check Below for Concert Dates In Your Area!
November 6th Rapid City, ND – Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
November 8th Great Falls, MT- Expo Park/ Four Seasons Arena
November 9th Billings, MT – Metra Park Arena,
November 11th Salt Lake City, UT- E- Center
November 12th Boise, ID -The Big Easy
November 13th Spokane, WA- The Big Easy (WA)
November 14th Portland, OR- Rose Garden Arena
November 15th Medford, OR -Vibes Main 1 *
November 16th Stockton, CA -Stockton Arena,
November 17th Chico, CA -Senator Theater (CA)
November 18th Oakland, CA -Oracle Arena
November 20th San Diego,CA -San Diego Sports Arena
November 24th Las Vegas, NV- The Joint
November 26th Bakersfield, CA – Rabobank Arena
November 28th Glendale, AZ -Jobing.com Arena
November 29th Flagstaff, AZ -Orpheum Theatre (AZ)
November 30th Los Angeles, CA -Staples Center
December 3rd Albuquerque, NM -Sunshine Theater
December 4th Denver, CO -Pepsi Center
December 6th Oklahoma City, -OK Ford Center
December 7th Springfield, MO -Shrine Mosque
December 8th Valley Center, KS -Kansas Coliseum
December 9th Dallas, TX Palladium Ballroom
December 11th Kansas City, MO -Sprint Center
December 12th Waterloo, IA -McElroy Auditorium *
December 13th Milwaukee, WI -Bradley Center
December 14th St. Louis, MO -The Pageant *
December 15th Cincinnati, OH -Bogart’s (OH)
December 16th Rosemont, IL -Allstate Arena
December 18th Detroit, MI -Joe Louis Arena
December 19th Indianapolis, IN -Egyptian Room
December 20th Cleveland, OH -Wolstein Center *
December 21st Rochester, NY -Water Street Music Hall
December 22nd New York,NY -Madison Square Garden
January 3rd Portland, ME -Cumberland County Civic Center *
January 5th Washington, DC -Verizon Center (DC) *
January 8th Worcester, MA -DCU Center *
January 10th Philadelphia, PA -Wachovia Spectrum *
January 12th Uncasville, CT -Mohegan Sun Arena *
January 14th Quebec City, QC- Colisee Pepsi Arena *
January 16th Montreal, QU- Bell Centre *
January 19th London, ON -John LaBatt Centre *
January 21st Toronto, ON -Air Canada Centre *
*- Denotes new show date.
Theatre of Shadows the explosive new release from SHADOWSIDE hits the street on Nov 20, 2007. Preorders are being taken beginning Nov 13, 2007 and will be shipped before the street date. The first 25 orders will receive a FREE 11×17 poster signed by the band. You can order the new record through Chavis Records.
SHADOWSIDE will be stateside for a U.S. tour beginning Dec 2007! Their ‘DEVASTATING THE THEATRE TOUR 2007/2008′ , begins with the following U.S. dates:
Dec 13 – House Of Blues, Las Vegas, NV – UNPLUGGED/ACOUSTIC SHOW
Dec 14 – So Kal, Las Vegas, NV – 8PM ALL AGES SHOW
Dec 14 – The Emergency Room, Las Vegas, NV – 11PM 2ND SHOW
Dec 20 – The Monkey Bar, Huntington, WV
Dec 21 – Shakers, Cambridge, OH
Dec 22 – The Lighthouse, Imperial, PA
Dec 28 – Club Bourbon Street, Tampa, FL
More U.S. and International dates will to follow.
Here is the video for Shadowside’s song, Highlight!
Bobaflex have released their highly anticipated sophomore album, Tales from Dirt Town. You can check out the premiere of Bobaflex’s music video for their new single “Home” and preview the new album Tales from Dirt Town in its entirety on Ultimate-Guitar.com.
“Home” Video Premiere
Tales from Dirt Town Album Preview
Be sure to catch Bobaflex, currently on tour, with supporting artists: Dope, The Autumn Offering, Crossbreed and Fear Nuthin Band.
10/30 Northside Firehouse – Lima, OH
10/31 Club Bijou – Toledo, OH *
11/1 Columbia Music Hall – Portsmouth, OH *
11/2 The Cellar – Struthers, OH
11/3 Harpo’s – Detroit, MI*
11/4 Peabodys – Cleveland, OH ***
11/5 Northern Lights – Clifton Park, NY *
11/6 Webster Theater – Hartford, CT *
11/7 Crocodile Rock – Allentown, PA *
11/8 Volume 11 – Raleigh, NC **
11/10 Jaxx – Springfield, VA *
11/13 Amo’s Southend – Charlotte, NC **
11/14 Ground Zero – Spartanburg, SC **
11/15 The Social – Orlando, FL ****
11/17 Revolution – Ft. Lauderdale, FL **
11/20 The Masquerade (dwnstrs) – Atlanta, GA **
11/21 Hooligans – Jacksonville, NC **
11/23 Ace’s – Johnstown, PA **
11/24 The Machine Shop – Flint, MI **
* W/ Dope
** W/ Dope and Autumn Offering
***W/ Dope, Autumn Offering and Fear Nuthin Band
****W/Dope, Autumn Offering and Crossbreed
2 – Belly Up – Aspen, CO
23 – Fillmore – Denver, CO
25 – Harrah’s – Kansas City, MO
26 – Myth – St. Paul, MN
27 – Northern Lights – Walker, MN
29 – Potawatomi – Milwaukee, WI
30 – Potawatomi – Milwaukee, WI
31 – Potawatomi – Milwaukee, WI
1 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL
2 – House of Blues – Chicago, IL
5 – Turning Stone – Verona, NY
6 – The Roxy – Boston, MA
7 – Starland – Sayreville, NJ
8 – Nokia – New York, NY
9 – Tropicana – Atlantic City, NJ
10 – House of Blues – Myrtle Beach, SC
12 – Tampa Theater – Tampa, FL
13 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
14 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA
15 – Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
16 – Palladium – Dallas, TX
19 – The Depot – Salt Lake City, UT
24 – House of Blues – Anaheim, CA
28 – Newmark – Portland, OR
29 – Big Easy – Spokane, WA
1 – Paramount – Seattle, WA
Another Animal and Alter Bridge came to Cincinnati Wednesday Night. A late work night kept me from getting to the show on time, and I missed Another Animal all together! I was looking forward to seeing the band featuring Whitfield Crane on vocals. I have listened to Another Animal and Alter Bridge quite a bit as of late, and was also interested in seeing what the AB boys had to offer.
I am very impressed with the new Alter Bridge CD, Blackbird, and I am happy to report that band is doing a ton of songs off of the new disc.
I can’t recall the entire list, but the set list included: Before Tomorrow Comes, Brand New Start, Buried Alive, Broken Wings, Coming Home, Blackbird, White Knuckles and the first time the band has every played Break Me Down live.
The band did an Encore with a Led Zeppelin cover of Traveling Riverside Blues and an the songs Rise Today and Open Your Eyes.
I wondered if Myles Kennedy could handle some of the higher pitched vocals live, and let me tell you, this guy is the real deal. He hit every note, and was quite impressive. He is great singer, that is second to very few. Mark Tremonti was kicking everyone’s ass on the lead guitar. I think this guy must have a guitar for every new song that Alter Bridge plays.
Alter Bridge played an incredibly tight set, and had the crowd of 300 people singing along all night. It was a very good live show, and one that I would definitely go see again.
Here is a video so you can see what you are missing!
The band has a ton of dates left on this tour! Don’t miss them if they hit your town!
Date Time Location City
Oct 12 2007 9:00P Mill Point Park Hampton, Virginia
Oct 13 2007 8:00P Starland Ballroom Sayreville, New Jersey
Oct 14 2007 7:00P The Roxy Boston, Massachusetts
Oct 16 2007 7:00P The Fillmore NY @ Irving Plaza New York City, New York
Oct 17 2007 7:00P Webster Theatre Hartford, Connecticut
Oct 19 2007 6:00P Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Hampton Beach, New Hampshire
Oct 20 2007 10:30A Downtown Live Music & Arts Festival Hagerstown, Maryland
Oct 21 2007 7:00P Electric Factory Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Oct 24 2007 7:00P The Cotillion Wichita, Kansas
Oct 26 2007 2:00P Sunken Gardens Amphitheatre San Antonio, Texas
Oct 27 2007 3:00P Concrete Street Amphitheater Corpus Christi, Texas
Oct 28 2007 12:00P Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion The Woodlands, Texas
Oct 30 2007 7:00P The Palladium Ballroom Dallas, Texas
Oct 31 2007 7:00P Midnight Rodeo Amarillo, Texas
Nov 2 2007 7:00P Marquee Theatre Tempe, Arizona
Nov 3 2007 6:00P House of Blues Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov 4 2007 7:00P Majestic Ventura Theatre Ventura, California
Nov 6 2007 7:00P The Grove of Anaheim Anaheim, California
Nov 7 2007 7:30P House Of Blues West Hollywood, California
Nov 9 2007 7:30P Showbox SoDo Seattle
Nov 10 2007 7:00P The Big Easy Concert Hall Spokane, Washington
Nov 11 2007 7:00P Big Easy Concert House Boise, Idaho
Nov 13 2007 7:00P Fox Theatre Boulder, Colorado
Nov 15 2007 6:00P Myth St. Paul, Minnesota
Nov 16 2007 7:00P Barrymore Theatre Madison, Wisconsin
Nov 17 2007 7:00P The Rave Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Nov 19 2007 7:00P Newport Music Hall Columbus, Ohio
Nov 20 2007 7:00P Wedgewood Entertainment Center Youngstown, Ohio
Nov 21 2007 7:00P Clutch Cargo’s Pontiac, Michigan
Nov 23 2007 8:00P The Machine Shop Flint, Michigan
Nov 24 2007 8:00P Piere’s Entertainment Center Fort Wayne, Indiana
Jan 18 2008 7:00P QMU Glasgow, Scotland
Jan 19 2008 7:00P Newcastle Academy Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northeast
Jan 20 2008 7:00P The Academy Manchester, Northeast
Jan 22 2008 7:00P The Academy Birmingham, Midlands
Jan 24 2008 7:00P South Hampton Guildhall South Hampton, South
Jan 25 2008 7:00P Bristol Academy Bristol, South
Jan 26 2008 7:00P The Astoria London, London and South East
Jan 29 2008 7:00P Hof Ter Lo Antwerp
Jan 30 2008 7:00P 013 Tilburg
Feb 1 2008 7:00P Rohstofflager Zurich
Feb 2 2008 7:00P Backstage Werk Munich
Feb 3 2008 7:00P Arena Vienna
Feb 5 2008 7:00P Batshkapp Frankfurt
Feb 6 2008 7:00P Live Music Hall Cologne
Feb 7 2008 7:00P Postbahnof Berlin
Feb 9 2008 7:00P Docks Hamburg
Feb 10 2008 7:00P Amager Bio Copenhagen
Feb 11 2008 7:00P Klubben Stockholm
Drowning Pool have released their new animated video for “Enemy”. Due to the band’s busy schedule on the road they decided to create an animated video. The video features animated versions of Drowning Pool rocking out in a dark forest ready to explode. “Enemy” is the second single off the band’s album, Full Circle, which came out earlier this year.
Drowning Pool – This Is For The Soldiers Tour:
10/9 Little Rock, AR – Juanita’s
10/13 Lubbuck, TX – Jakes
10/14 Farmington, NM – Gator’s Bar and Grill
10/18 San Diego, CA – House of Blues
10/19 Hollywood, CA – The Whisky
10/20 Fresno, CA – The Exit
10/22 Modesto, CA – Fat Cat
10/23 Santa Rosa, CA – Last Day Saloon
10/24 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
10/25 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
10/27 Kansas City, MO – Community America Ballpark
10/28 Reno, NV – All City Live – KDOT
10/31 Colorado Springs, CO – Black Sheep
11/2 Wichita, KS – Flashbacks Dance Club
11/8 New York, NY – The Knitting Factory
11/16 Port Charlotte, FL – Charlotte County Fairgrounds
11/17 Jacksonville, FL – Metropolitan Park
11/18 Orlando, FL – Tinker Field