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These Arms Are Snakes Give the Inside Scoop on Why the Beatles Broke Up

These Arms Are Snakes vocalist Steve Snere asked a bunch of New York fans Sept. 25, "You guys want to know why the Beatles broke up?"

Here comes the punchline. "Because their f---ing boots broke," Snere said while throwing his hollowed-out leather shoe to the

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New Metal And Rock Releases — October 2009

Any remnants of summer have come to pass as fall is in the air and the cold sets in. Nevertheless, the metal still forges on. This month, tons of new releases are coming in from familiar favorites such as Lita Ford, Powerman 5000 and Pearl Jam. And the sweet sounds of Europe are making their w

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Russian Circles Have Only Been Heckled Once

Instrumental bands tend to not do well with bands that employ a little vocalization, but Chicago's Russian Circles have not only done well -- they've gained a diverse fan base from playing with bands as varied as the Appleseed Cast, Coheed and Cambria and Coliseum. "We love touring with diverse bands," guitarist Mike Sullivan tells Noisecreep. "It's a pleasure to tour a noise amb

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Coliseum Announce Tour With Russian Circles, Young Widows

Louisville, Ky. hardcore punk outfit Coliseum have announced a run of dates alongside Russian Circles and Young Widows. Kicking off on Oct. 28 in their home state with a stop at The Fest 8 in Gainesville, Fla. along the

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Russian Circles: a Band Name Not So Tough

Russian Circles: It sounds like a name rooted in some kind of dark, dusty literary book, or some kind of inner circle swear word Ronald Reagan made up. But the name fits the Chicago instrumental band's now infamous style of breakin

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White Noise: News on Metallica, As I Lay Dying, Them Crooked Vultures and More

I've always maintained that animals like metal. I remember years ago, when Opeth's 'Blackwater Park' first came out, my cat Dante would always fall asleep when I'd put it on, regardless of how loud the volume was -- Iced Earth, Strapping Young Lad, Theory in Practice and Dillinger Escape Plan also worked. According to a new study conducted in the U.K., the sounds of Metallica songs apparentl

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