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by Kristi Lee // Friday, October 31, 2008 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

chinesedemocracy

 

According to Billboard.biz, GUNS N' ROSES 'Chinese Democracy' makes a splashy bow across a bevy of Billboard's and Radio and Records' rock airplay charts - after only five days of airplay, too. It debuts at No. 12 on Mainstream Rock, No. 15 on Active Rock, No. 37 on Modern Rock and No. 7 on Rock . . . On Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart, which began in 1981, it's the band's best debut since 1991 when 'Don't Cry' opened at No. 4. Guns N' Roses have released a new widget which has a countdown to the November 23rd release date of their long-delayed [sg]Chinese Democracy[/sg] album. The widget also features an audio stream of the title-track new single, see below. Best Buy will exclusively carry the album in the U.S. and Canada. As previously reported, Chinese Democracy is said to include a 23-page booklet and contain the following songs: 'Chinese Democracy', 'Shackler's Revenge', 'Better', 'Street Of Dreams', 'If The World', 'There Was A Time', 'Catcher N' The Rye', 'Scraped', 'Riad N' The Bedouins', 'Sorry', 'I.R.S.', 'Madagascar', 'This I Love', 'Prostitute'.

 

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by Kristi Lee // Wednesday, October 29, 2008 // News, Upfront, Uncut // 0 Comments

Eagles Of Death Metal lead singer Jesse Hughes and Roxwel's Toby Ryan chat and about live performances, life, their new album "Heart On" and most of all rock & roll!! EODM album was released this week! The CD includes guest appearances from Homme's wife and Distillers frontwoman Brody Dalle, and Kat Von D, the tattoo artist on the "L.A. Ink" television series and Nikki Sixx's girlfriend.


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by Kristi Lee // Monday, October 27, 2008 // News, Upfront // 0 Comments

thekillers

 

Here are The Killers' tour dates that has so far been released! Jan. 17: Denver (Ritchie Center) Jan. 19: Minneapolis (Northrop Auditorium) Jan. 20: Chicago (UIC Pavilion) Jan. 22: Ypsilanti, Mich. (EMU Convocation Center) Jan. 23: Toronto (Air Canada Centre) Jan. 25: New York (Madison Square Garden) Jan. 26: Boston (Agganis Arena) Jan. 28: Fairfax, Va. (Patriot Center) Jan. 29: North Myrtle Beach, S.C. (House of Blues) Jan. 30: Atlanta (Civic Center) Jan. 31: Nashville (Grand Ole Opry) Feb. 2: Houston (Verizon Wireless Theatre) Feb. 3: Austin, Texas (Erwin Center) Feb. 4: Grand Prairie, Texas (Nokia Theatre)

by Kristi Lee // Monday, October 27, 2008 // News, Upfront, Artist Commentary // 0 Comments

Everlast sits down with Roxwel before a show and tells us about his journey of making music and going from a major to indie label. Everlast describes his single [sg]KillThe Emporer[/sg] as a description of " love and war." His whole album Ghost of Whitey Ford has a different sound than his last projects. However he states "they all have the same spirit." Making this album was was different then making others for Everlast. He has started his own record label and feels he can get things done quicker than going the many steps of dealing with people in the major label world. Listen to Everlast explain the transition of his career and making music for Ghost of Whitey Ford.