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Rush Sued by Fan
We're not sure that suing a band is the most effective way to express your love for its music. But hey, what do we know. Rush fan Christopher Langone has filed a class action lawsuit against Rush since he embarked on a sojourn from upstate New York to Chicago to see the band perform...
Rush Order American Politician to Stop Using Their Music
Canadian rockers Rush were none too happy to find out that an American politician was using their music for his Senate bid. Kentucky's Republican candidate Rand Paul, a fan of the band, has been ordered to stop using Rush songs in his online ads and at campaign events...
Baroness Are ‘Not Rock Stars or Rapists’
"For the next five minutes, all shots are $3.50," a Starland Ballroom employee announced. It was a reminder that I was finally in the warm, crusty heart of central New Jersey. That stuff just does note happen in New York City. While Baroness was still setting up their gear on stage…
Tool Writing New Material for Next LP
Holy Maynard! Could it be true? Tool, who MetalSucks so appropriately called "the past, present and future best band on the planet," are writing material for a new record, working three days a week on new tunes while frontman Maynard James Keenan continues touring the U...
Rush ‘Time Machine’ Tour Dates
Rush fans, the rumors were true! The Canadian legends will head off on tour starting June 29. The rockers are dubbing the tour the 'Time Machine' and will play the classic album 'Moving Pictures' in its entirety. 'Moving Pictures' was originally released in 1981...
Coheed and Cambria Thankful for Hyper New York City Crowd
If you've ever loved Rush, Queensrÿche, Iron Maiden, Led Zepplin and Pink Floyd, then you can understand the extreme admiration people have for Coheed and Cambria. For me the band -- with their hearty, retro guitar solos and progressive song structure -- has always been a tribute to the gr…
Fates Warning, ‘Parallels’ — Rediscovered Steel
Fates Warning has been on top of the progressive metal heap for over 3 decades. Formed in Connecticut in 1983, the band has had its share of member changes, but the quality of their forward-thinking songwriting has never waned. Their early material found Fates fronted by John Arch, a singer who love…
Nickelback to Close the 2010 Winter Olympics?
There's a rumor floating across the Internet that Canadian rockers Nickelback will close the 2010 Winter Olympics tomorrow night in Vancouver.
The rumor came from Canadian broadcaster Jian Ghomeshi via Twitter. "Closing ceremony on Sunday night: my sources are telling me that the lineu…
New Fozzy Album Contains 14-Minute Song
Playing in bands since he was 14, rocker/WWE wrestling star Chris Jericho is a wealth of knowledge about music. So he felt perfectly at ease hosting VH1's '100 Most Shocking Music Moments,' which began airing in December. "I have all this useless information stored in my brai…

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