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LIVING COLOUR Drops Off 'Summerland Tour 2021' Due To 'Transportation Issues'

LIVING COLOUR has pulled out of the last six shows of the "Summerland Tour 2021" with EVERCLEAR, HOOBASTANK and WHEATUS "due to continued transportation issues." Earlier today, LIVING COLOUR announced that it will no longer perform in Post Falls, Idaho (September 28); New Haven, Kentucky (October 1); Portsmouth, Virginia (October 2); Mableton, Georgia (October 3); ...

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LIVING COLOUR Has Commenced Work On New Music

In a brand new interview with "Lipps Service With Scott Lipps", LIVING COLOUR guitarist Vernon Reid was asked if the band has commenced the songwriting process for the follow-up to 2017's "Shade" album. He responded: "Corey [Glover, LIVING COLOUR singer] and I started working on a song. We'll see where that goes." As for what ...

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Listen To Title Track Of HOOBASTANK's 'Push Pull' Album

HOOBASTANK has premiered "Push Pull", the title track of the multi-platinum, three-time-Grammy-nominated band's upcoming album, due out May 25 on Napalm Records. "Push Pull" finds HOOBASTANKDoug Robb (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Dan Estrin (lead guitar, keyboards), Chris Hesse (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Jesse Charland (bass, keyboards, backing vocals) — exploring both rock and ...

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HOOBASTANK: 'More Beautiful' Lyric Video

HOOBASTANK has premiered "More Beautiful", the first song from the multi-platinum, three-time-Grammy-nominated band's upcoming album, "Push Pull", due out May 25 on Napalm Records. "Push Pull" finds HOOBASTANKDoug Robb (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Dan Estrin (lead guitar, keyboards), Chris Hesse (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Jesse Charland (bass, keyboards, backing vocals) — exploring both ...

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OZZY OSBOURNE Performs At South Korea's HYUNDAI CARD CITYBREAK Festival (Video)

Ozzy Osbourne headlined the Hyundai Card Citybreak music festival in Seoul, South Korea earlier tonight. The two-day event, which is being held August 9-10 at Seoul World Cup Stadium, also includes performances by the alternative rock band HOOBASTANK, former BON JOVI guitarist Richie Sambora, Japanese signature rock band LOCOFRANK, groove metal band COCOBAT and local ...

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APOCALYPTICA: Video Footage Of Pula Press Conference Available

Finnish rock cello quartet APOCALYPTICA took part in a press conference on August 18 in Pula, Croatia. You can now watch video footage of the question-and-answer session below. APOCALYPTICA's Eicca Toppinen explained to The Pulse Of Radio why the band was forced to pull the vocals of SHINEDOWN frontman Brent Smith off their recent single, ...

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APOCALYPTICA Interviewed In Croatia (Video)

Finnish rock cello quartet APOCALYPTICA was interviewed by the "Metal Eye" show on Z1 TV when the band performed in Zagreb, Croatia on July 3, 2011. You can now watch the chat below. APOCALYPTICA's Eicca Toppinen explained to The Pulse Of Radio why the band was forced to pull the vocals of SHINEDOWN frontman Brent ...

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APOCALYPTICA: Pro-Shot Footage Of Entire HELLFEST Performance

Professionally filmed video footage of APOCALYPTICA's entire June 18, 2011 performance at Hellfest in Clisson, France can be viewed below (courtesy of Arte [Association Relative la Tlvision Europenne], a Franco-German TV network). APOCALYPTICA's Eicca Toppinen explained to The Pulse Of Radio why the band was forced to pull the vocals of SHINEDOWN frontman Brent Smith ...

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LINKIN PARK Leads Continuing Efforts For Japan Relief

According to The Pulse Of Radio, LINKIN PARK continues to spearhead efforts from various music artists to raise relief funds for the Japanese people in the wake of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that ravaged the country earlier this month. The band's Music For Relief organization has collected new, unreleased tracks from FLYLEAF, HOOBASTANK, ANGELS ...

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APOCALYPTICA: New Video Interview With PAAVO LÖTJÖNEN

Metalship webzine conducted an interview with Paavo Lötjönen of the Finnish rock cello quartet APOCALYPTICA on prior to the band's March 10, 2011 concert at Metropolis in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. You can now watch the chat in two parts below. APOCALYPTICA's Eicca Toppinen has explained to The Pulse Of Radio why the band was forced ...

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APOCALYPTICA: 'Not Strong Enough' Video Released

"Not Strong Enough", the new video from the Finnish rock cello quartet APOCALYPTICA, can be viewed below. The song features the vocals from HOOBASTANK's Doug Robb after the singing of SHINEDOWN frontman Brent Smith was removed from the track due to the fact that APOCALYPTICA failed to secure the right to release the song to ...

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APOCALYPTICA Ordered To Pay $60,000 To RAMMSTEIN In Trademark Infringement Dispute

According to Anwalt24.de, Finnish rock cello quartet APOCALYPTICA has been ordered to pay 45,000 euros (approximately $59,000) in damages to German industrial metallers RAMMSTEIN in connection with a German advertising campaign for APOCALYPTICA's 2007 album, "Worlds Collide". RAMMSTEIN frontman Till Lindemann was one of several featured vocalists on the CD, which was reportedly ...

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APOCALYPTICA Pulls SHINEDOWN Frontman's Vocals Off New Single

According to The Pulse Of Radio, Finnish rock cello quartet APOCALYPTICA has been forced to pull the vocals of SHINEDOWN frontman Brent Smith off the band's new single, "Not Strong Enough". Smith's vocal track remains on the version found on the group's latest album, "7th Symphony". But a source told The Pulse Of Radio that ...

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MOONDANCE JAM 19 Sets Attendance Records

The recently concluded Moondance Jam 19 set attendance records in 2010 with a daily sellout of over 18,000 fans jamming the festival grounds in Walker. The three-day rock festival opened a day early with a regional band pre-party on July 14 that drew 5,000 fans and concluded on July 17 with a completely packed house ...

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