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Original CANDLEBOX Lineup To Reunite For One Night Only In Seattle

'90s rock icons CANDLEBOX are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the release of their self-titled debut album, which was certified four times platinum, by doing what they do best — bringing their explosive, passionate performances to cities across the country as part of their "25 Years Of Rock & Still Rolling Tour". Kicking off January ...

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Maybe Tomorrow - MIKE TRAMP

I hesitate to be "that guy" by starting this review as many writers no doubt have over the years when coming to a Mike Tramp project, but unfortunately, needs must. You're likely unaware that the Danish dynamo has done a ton of work outside of WHITE LION. That band had a quick, profitable run from ...

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While They Were Sleeping - CANDIRIA

For its eighth album, Brooklyn experimental metalcore band CANDIRIA attempts a concept record. This is a band who survived a van crash on tour and snidely convalesced with its 2004 response album, "What Doesn't Kill You". For its troubles, legal issues followed, along with lineup changes and a temporary sequestering from one another to explore ...

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CANDLEBOX Releases 'Supernova' Music Video

CANDLEBOX's music video for the song "Supernova" can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's sixth studio album, "Disappearing In Airports", which was released on April 22 via Pavement Entertainment. With the band winding down 2016 with a U.S. West Coast tour, and preparing for their U.K. tour this January, it's no ...

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Disappearing in Airports - CANDLEBOX

"Happy Pills" being one of the most underrated and impassioned albums of the 1990s, and "Lucy" a bona-fide cult classic, CANDLEBOX deserves its place in hard rock history. As FM has all but run a stake through the once supple heart of the band's breakout single, "Far Behind", CANDLEBOX has become a band surviving on ...

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