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Refused Announce Final Reunion Show, Cannibal Corpse Tour Dates + More
Refused Announce Final Reunion Show, Cannibal Corpse Tour Dates + More
Refused will play their final U.S. reunion show on Nov. 5 at the Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, concluding a series of hugely successful performances in an intimate club environment which is where Refused are best appreciated. The band will not be doing any interviews to support the final reunion show, and that doesn't surprise us ...
Terror Singer Disses Refused Reunion, Halestorm Want to Turn You On + More
Terror Singer Disses Refused Reunion, Halestorm Want to Turn You On + More
One person not feeling the Refused reunion? Terror vocalist Scott Vogel, who took the stage to rant about his lack of support for the Swedes reformin' and performin'. He said, "A lot of bands that come around, they do their thing, they tell you how much they care, they write their songs, they write their lyrics, couple of years later, they disappear...
Refused Set to Reunite at Coachella
Refused Set to Reunite at Coachella
Swedish hardcore icons Refused are set to reunite for this year's Coachella festival in Indio, Calif. The band will be performing on Friday, April 13, along with the Black Keys, M83, Explosions in the Sky, and many others. Also performing at the famed two-weekend event, which takes place April 13-15, and April 20-22, will be At the Drive-In, so that's more than enough reason to head to the So Cal
Swans’ Jarboe Teams Up With Hull
Jarboe has been exceptionally busy over the last six months. The Atlanta-based vocalist contributed vocals to A Storm of Light's latest record, 'Forgive Us Our Trespasses' and has also been touring constantly, though she is not part of the reformation of her old band, Swans...
Refused, ‘The Shape of Punk to Come’ — Deluxe Edition
Refused's 'The Shape of Punk to Come' is largely considered a benchmark in the post-hardcore canon. The band eventually imploded, with ex-members going on to form the (International) Noise Conspiracy. Suffice it to say, nothing ever compared to 'The Shape of Punk to Come,' a record that Far singer Jonah Matranga, who had heard the music before its release, told me was going to change the musical l

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