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Former LOSTPROPHETS Members Launch NO DEVOTION

Former LOSTPROPHETS guitarists Mike Lewis and Lee Gaze, keyboardist Jamie Oliver, bassist Stuart Richardson and drummer Luke Johnson have joined forces with singer Geoff Rickly of the punk act THURSDAY in a new band called NO DEVOTION. NO DEVOTION's first single, "Stay", was released via iTunes and is available for streaming below. A 12-inch vinyl ...

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LOSTPROPHETS Members Resurface With New Project

The Pulse Of Radio reports that the members of Welsh band LOSTPROPHETS have tentatively started making new music together following the conviction and sentencing of former frontman Ian Watkins on multiple child sex crime charges. According to Radio Cardiff, singer Geoff Rickly of the punk act THURSDAY revealed he was working with the group, saying, ...

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IAN WATKINS' LOSTPROPHETS Bandmates: 'We Never Imagined Him Capable' Of Committing These Crimes

LOSTPROPHETS members Lee Gaze (guitar), Mike Lewis (guitar), Stuart Richardson (bass), Jamie Oliver (keyboards) and Luke Johnson (drums) have released the following statement: "Earlier this week, we learned that the allegations of child sexual abuse against [LOSTPROPHETS singer] Ian [Watkins] were true, and that he would not be contesting them in court. Until then, we ...

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LOSTPROPHETS Albums No Longer Sold At HMV Stores

According to NME.com, HMV has confirmed that it will no longer sell any releases by LOSTPROPHETS following the report that the group's lead singer, Ian Watkins, has pleaded guilty to 13 sexual offenses, including two of attempting to rape a baby. A spokesperson for the high-street retailer, which currently operates 140 stores in ...

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LOSTPROPHETS Announce They Are Splitting

According to The Pulse Of Radio, Welsh act LOSTPROPHETS have announced that they are splitting up in the wake of singer Ian Watkins' arrest last December and subsequent indictment on sexual offense charges, including sexual assault of children and possession of child pornography. The band said in a statement, "After nearly a year of coming ...

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FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND Interviewed By U.K.'s BRING THE NOISE (Video)

Bring The Noise editor Ian Arnold recently conducted an interview with U.K. post-hardcore veterans FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND. You can now watch the chat below. FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND's sixth studio album, "Conduit", was released in North America on February 5 via The End Records. "Conduit", the follow-up to 2011's critically acclaimed "Welcome Home Armageddon", ...

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FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND: 'Nails' Video Released

"Nails", the new video from U.K. post-hardcore veterans FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, can be seen below. The clip, directed by Ben Thornley of Sitcom Soldiers (YOUNG GUNS, THE BLACKOUT, HYRO DA HERO), was shot in a studio in Bolton, England, and all the extras included are fans that responded to posts on the band's sites. ...

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FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND: 'Conduit' Album Preview Available

An eleven-and-a-half-minute audio preview of "Conduit", the sixth studio album from U.K. post-hardcore veterans FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, is available in the YouTube clip below. The CD will be released in North America on Tuesday, February 5 via The End Records. "Conduit", the follow-up to 2011's critically acclaimed "Welcome Home Armageddon", an album which saw ...

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BRING ME THE HORIZON Parts Ways With Guitarist

British metalcore act BRING ME THE HORIZON has parted ways with guitarist Jona Weinhofen. In addition, the band has recruited a new keyboardist, Jordan Fish (formerly of WORSHIP). Commenting on his exit from BRING ME THE HORIZON, Jona said in an online posting: "After a lot of time and thought, I've decided to leave my ...

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BRING ME THE HORIZON: New Song Premieres On BBC Radio 1

"Shadow Moses", the new single from British metalcore act BRING ME THE HORIZON, was premiered earlier today (Friday, January 4) on BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show" with Daniel P. Carter and can now be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The track will be released digitally next week. "Shadow Moses" is the first single from ...

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FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND: 'The Distance' Video Released

"The Distance", the new video from U.K. post-hardcore veterans FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's sixth studio album, "Conduit", which will be released in North America on Tuesday, February 5 via The End Records. "Conduit", the follow-up to 2011's critically acclaimed "Welcome Home Armageddon", an album which ...

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LOSTPROPHETS Frontman To Remain In Custody Until March

According to BBC News, singer Ian Watkins of the Welsh rock band LOSTPROPHETS will remain in custody until March after being charged with sexual offenses against children. The 35-year-old musician, who is accused of conspiracy to rape a one-year-old girl along with other charges, appeared in Cardiff Crown Court earlier today (Monday, December ...

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LOSTPROPHETS Members Are 'In A State Of Shock' Following Singer's Arrest

LOSTPROPHETS members Lee Gaze (guitar), Mike Lewis (guitar), Stuart Richardson (bass), Jamie Oliver (keyboards) and Luke Johnson (drums) have released the following statement regarding the arrest of their singer, Ian Watkins, on charges of sexual offenses against children: "Following charges made today against Ian Watkins, we find ourselves in a state of shock. We are ...

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FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND: New Album Details Revealed

On Tuesday, February 5, 2013, The End Records will release "Conduit", the highly anticipated sixth studio album from U.K. post-hardcore veterans FUNERAL FOR A FRIEND. "Conduit", the follow-up to 2011's critically acclaimed "Welcome Home Armageddon", an album which saw the band approach their music with renewed vigor following the addition of new members Gavin Burrough ...

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