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by Kristi Lee // Tuesday, September 30, 2008 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

Roxwel's Toby Ryan was one of the few that got to catch up with the Foo Fighters backstage right before the band goes on hiatus! Toby also sat down with Omar from Mars Volta and Del the Funky Homosapien. Stay tuned for interviews with Electric Touch and Against! Me.......

Foo Fighters - ACL Music Festival Coverage
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Del the Funky Homosapien - ACL Music Festival Coverage
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The Mars Volta - ACL Music Festival Coverage
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by Kristi Lee // Tuesday, September 30, 2008 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

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Pennsylvania metallers AUGUST BURNS RED are pummeling audiences every night on their current headlining tour. The fivesome from Lancaster has played to sold-out crowds including Philadelphia, Baltimore, Texas, Los Angeles, and Boise and look to continue their success on the tour's remaining dates. AUGUST BURNS RED is joined by A Skylit Drive, Sky Eats Airplane, Greeley Estates, and This or the Apocalypse. Following their North American tour, AUGUST BURNS RED will head out on their first-ever European headlining tour, which includes dates all over mainland Europe, Finland, Sweden, Norway, the UK, and Portugal. The band is also lining up dates in Mexico this December. AUGUST BURNS RED is touring to support their latest album, 2007's Messengers, which has sold over 65,500 copies to date. Following their tours, AUGUST BURNS RED will head back into the studio in 2009 to record a new album.

 

AUGUST BURNS RED headlining (w/A Skylit Drive, Sky Eats Airplane, Greeley Estates, This or the Apocalypse): 9/30 - Oklahoma City, OK - Bricktown Ballroom 10/1 - Joplin, MO - The Foundry 10/2 - Evansville, IN - Boney Junes 10/3 - Chicago, IL - Reggie's Rock Club 10/4 - Kettering, OH - The Attic 10/5 - Detroit, MI - Magic Stick 10/7 - Toronto, Ontario - Opera House 10/8 - Montreal, Quebec - Club Soda 10/9 - Portland, ME - The Station 10/10 - Worcester, MA - The Palladium - Rock and Shock Festival (w/Children of Bodom, Between The Buried and Me, The Black Dahlia Murder, and more!!!) 10/11 - Lancaster, PA - The Chameleon Club 10/12 - New York, NY - Blender Theatre

by Kristi Lee // Tuesday, September 30, 2008 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

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The countdown is on. The All-American Rejects are scheduled to release their eagerly awaited third album WHEN THE WORLD COMES DOWN, on November 18th on DGC/Interscope/Doghouse. The new album follows-up the RIAA double-platinum Move Along, released July 2005. WHEN THE WORLD COMES DOWN is The All-American Rejects' first project with veteran producer Eric Valentine, known for his work with multi-platinum artists Maroon 5, Smash Mouth, Good Charlotte, Queens Of the Stone Age, and more. "Gives You Hell" has been chosen as the first single, and fans can now stream it for free on Imeem. "It's what we were put on this earth to create," says Tyson Ritter of the new album. "This record hasn't been smooth sailing," confesses Nick of WHEN THE WORLD COMES DOWN. The new album was conceived from one end of the country to the other - from a secluded cabin in the Georgia wilderness (where "Mona Lisa" came to be), to a little place that Ty and Nick have on Florida's Gulf Coast ("The Real World"), to the back of a bus cruising Interstate 10 ("Breaking's What the Heart Is For"), and yet another road trip (this one to Vancouver, for "Gives You Hell"). AAR's first duet, "Another Heart Calls," features the hypnotic vocals of The Pierces, two sisters from Alabama. WHEN THE WORLD COMES DOWN builds on the success of their sophomore CD. Move Along (produced by Howard Benson, of Hooba­stank, P.O.D and Daughtry renown) is approaching 6 million in digital sales and has reigned on the Billboard 200 chart for nearly 100 weeks, entering at #6 and spinning off three Top 10 singles and videos: "Dirty Little Secret," the long-running first single (released concurrently with the album in July 2005), went to #4 on the CHR/Top 40 chart, and #9 on the Billboard Hot 100, where it spent 39 weeks. It also went to #1 on the Hot Digital Songs chart, one of the first songs to sell 1 million down­loads (a rare RIAA platinum title) across all digital partners of Universal Music, including Apple's iTunes and other digital distributors, going on to sell close to 2 million songs. "Move Along," the title track second single, entered the Hot 100 in January 2006 (while "Dirty Little Secret" was still going strong). It reached #4 at Hot AC, #5 on the Hot Digital list, #9 at CHR/Top 40, and #15 on the Billboard Hot 100, where it also spent 39 weeks, garnering close to 2 million in digital sales. The video for "Move Along," a #1 MTV "TRL" favorite, was directed by Marc Webb and went on to win Best Group Video at the 2006 MTV VMAs. "It Ends Tonight," the third single, was released September 2006, toward the end of the long-distance chart run of "Move Along." It gave the album its third consecutive Top 10 hit, rising to #7 on the Hot AC and Billboard Pop 100, and #8 on the Hot 100 and CHR/Top 40 charts.

by Kristi Lee // Thursday, September 25, 2008 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

Gogol Bordello returns to North America this week to continue their "Forces of Victory Tour 2008." The gypsy-punk favorites kick-off this leg of their tour in Atlanta on Wednesday, September 24 before taking the stage at Austin City Limits on September 26 and a headlining performance at Detour Festival in Los Angeles on October 4. For a complete list of dates, please see below. This winter, Gogol Bordello will perform six shows under the title "The Wonderlust Kings and Queens Tour: La Familia in Full Swing." The tour will begin with three performances at New York's Webster Hall before travelling to Philadelphia for a New Year's Eve performance at The Electric Factory. 9.24.08 Variety Playhouse Atlanta, GA 9.25.08 House of Blues New Orleans, LA 9.26.08 Austin City Limits / Zilker Park Austin, TX 9.27.08 Edgefest Queen Creek, AZ 9.29.08 Rialto Theatre Tuscon, AZ 10.1.08 4th and B San Diego, CA 10.2.08 The Grove of Anaheim Anaheim, CA 10.3.08 Fremont East Las Vegas, NV 10.4.08 Detour Festival / City Hall Los Angeles, CA 10.5.08 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival San Francisco, CA 10.7.08 McDonald Theatre Eugene, OR 10.8.08 Roseland Theater Portland, OR 10.9.08 Showbox SoDo Seattle, WA 10.10.08 The Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC 10.11.08 The Commodore Ballroom Vancouver, BC 10.14.08 MacEwan Hall Calgary, AB 10.15.08 Edmonton Events Centre Edmonton, AB 12.27.08 Webster Hall New York, NY 12.29.08 Webster Hall New York, NY 12.30.08 Webster Hall New York, NY 12.31.08 The Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA 1.2.09 9:30 Club Washington DC 1.3.09 9:30 Club Washington DC

 

Check Out Roxwel's Exclusive interview with Gogol Bordello at this years Lollapalooza!

 


Gogol Bordello - Lollapalooza Music Festival
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