Enter Shikari's new album, 'A Flash Flood of Colour,' is slated for a Jan. 17 release via a new label, Hopeless Records. The inventive electro-spiked post-hardcore band accomplished quite a bit on their first two albums, 2007's 'Take to the Skies' and 2009's 'Common Dreads,' playing most of the A-level festivals from Australia's Big Day Out, UK's Leeds, Reading, Download and Glastonbury, Germany's Rock am Ring, and North America's Warped.
The new album was produced in Thailand and England, by Da
There is not much Banger Films' Sam Dunn and Scot McFayden don't know about metal. The Canadian filmmakers began their historical and psychological dig into the oft maligned music genre with the intelligent and respectful 'Metal: A Headbanger's Journey' in 2005 and followed it with the socio-political culture-crossing 'Global Metal' in 2008.
The focused 'Iron Maiden: Flight 666' and 'Rush: Bey
Canada rocks - from its landscape to its multiculturalism to its beer and music. Compiling a list of great Canadian hard rock bands of all time is a daunting assignment that will invite many criticisms and this list is not without ifs and buts
Sebastian Bach is an avid tweeter, constantly updating his 150,000-plus followers about his running regimen, dinners with friends, live shows, and the status of his upcoming album, 'Kicking and Screaming,' due out September 27th. Howe
Rock fans: have you ever wanted to fly to Iceland? Well, how about if Iron Maiden singer and licensed commercial airline pilot Bruce Dickinson was in the cockpit?
The singer is flying for Iceland Express (IEX), a discount airline, which added Iron Maiden's Boeing 757 to its fleet. The best part about it is Ed Force One is still emblazoned with the artwork and logo
In Flames' new album, 'Sounds of a Playground Fading,' is the first in the Swedish metal band's 21-year career without founding guitarist Jesper Stromblad. After In Flames' last record, the guitarist left the multimillion-selling act because of a serious problem with alcohol abuse. The band's current li
Sammy Hagar, whom ex-Van Halen bassist and current Chickenfoot bandmate Michael Anthony called "the most upbeat, positive guy in the world," told a packed room at Toronto's Canadian Music Week that guitarist Ronnie Montrose was the first time the Red Rocker ever encountered the typical rock 'n' roll ego.
Hagar sang for the eponymous band Montrose from 1973 to 1975, and wrote lyrics for songs like 'Bad Motor S
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