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tix on sale: Alice In Chains, Royal Trux, Xeno & Oaklander, Nana Grizol, John Mulaney, more

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Plus: Dead Meadow, David Cross, This Is The Kit, Now Now + Mothers, Dave East, Pianos Become the Teeth, and more NYC shows on sale today.

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Tom Morello has heard Tool’s new music (“really great”) ++ Alice In Chains touring

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Tool’s new music is ”epic, majestic, symphonic, brutal, beautiful, tribal, mysterious, deep, sexy and VERY Tool,” according to Tom Morello.

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Power Trip playing festivals; Chris Ulsh lists his top 10 LPs of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Power Trip are playing Fort Rock (with Ozzy), Carolina Rebellion (with Clutch, Thrice, Baroness, Quicksand, Code Orange, Mutoid Man, and Turnstile), Home Sick (with Ceremony and Touche Amore), and more. Drummer Chris Ulsh (also of Impalers and Mammoth Grinder) tells us his favorite albums of the year…

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Rock on the Range 2018 lineup: Tool, Quicksand, Baroness, Power Trip, more

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Tool, Avenged Sevenfold and Alice in Chains will headline, with A Perfect Circle, Quicksand, Baroness, Power Trip, Turnstile, The Bronx, Andrew WK, Stone Temple Pilots, Yelawolf, Mutoid Man, Body Count, and lots more also on the bill.

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Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time

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Last year, Rolling Stone published a list of the 40 greatest punk albums of all time, and today, they ranked the 100 greatest metal albums of all time. The list is all over the metal spectrum, from black and death to hair and nu…

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This Day in Music History: Elton John & Bernie Taupin sign their first contract, Alice in Chains release their self-titled album

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This Day in Music History: Elton John & Bernie Taupin sign their first contract, Alice in Chains release their self-titled album

1963 – The Beatles make their only two appearances ever in Ireland, playing at the Adelphi Cinema in Dublin. The group hooks up with screenwriter Alun Owen, who has been appointed to write the screenplay for their as-yet-untitled first motion picture. Owen spends three days with them, observing their hectic lifestyle.

1959 – Smokey Robinson marries Claudette Rogers, a member of The Miracles and the eventual inspiration for his song “My Girl,” made famous by the Temptations. The two divorce in 1985.

1967 – Reg Dwight (Elton John) and his songwriting partner, Bernie Taupin, sign their first recording contract. As minors, their ...

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Dillinger Escape Plan playing shows; Giraffe Tongue Orchestra share song

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Dillinger Escape Plan playing some shows, and their supergroup side project Giraffe Tongue Orchestra (with members of Mastodon, Mars Volta, and Alice In Chains) have an album on the way.

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tix on sale: Rocket From the Crypt, Lush, LUH, Squeeze, Amanda Palmer, Sturgill Simpson & more

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Your Friday morning ticket roundup.

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Slayer releasing BMX bikes, taking over Comic Con; Dave Lombardo recording with Suicidal Tendencies

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Slayer, having just announced a tour, are staying busy as hell. In addition to the unholy Ozzfest Meets Knotfest, they’ll be involved in another major west coast event. Slayer is “taking over” comic-con in San Diego this year…

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April 19: Brian Johnson joins AC/DC, the first Record Store Day is held

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April 19: Brian Johnson joins AC/DC, the first Record Store Day is held

1968 – The Zombies release Odessey and Oracle.

1968 – John Lennon, George Harrison, and their wives leave the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s ashram in Rishikesh, India two weeks before their study was complete. Ringo and Paul had already left. Later, all four Beatles publicly distance themselves from the Maharishi.

1980 – Brian Johnson replaces Bon Scott as the lead singer of Australian group AC/DC, who had died after binge drinking two months prior. Johnson had previously performed with cabaret/club band The Jasper Hart Band, performing songs from the musical Hair, among other bands.

1980 – For the first time ever, the top ...

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Duran Duran Coming to MusikFest with New Album

Source: Rock On Philly

Are you wondering this week , ‘Is There Something I Should Know?’… Well, you are in luck! Seemingly in the blink of a new wave make-up’d eye, ‘The Wild Boys’ of Duran Duran have returned as fresh as a ‘New Moon On Monday’ with their new album Paper Gods as well as 2015 tour dates to support its upcoming release, which will likely result in widespread ‘Girl Panic!’. While the next ‘Big Thing’ might be their 14th studio record, produced by Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson, Mr. Hudson and Joshua ...

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Playlist Monday: Super Bowl XLVIII Edition!

Source: Rock On Philly

In honor of the winning team of Super Bowl XLVIII, the Seattle Seahawks, (a 43-8 victory I might add), this week’s Playlist Monday is dedicated to all Seattle bands! Whether you watched the Super Bowl for the commercials, Bruno Mars, or the Puppy Bowl, here’s some music to keep the football fan craze rolling into the week! Rock on Seattle!

1. Jimi Hendrix- “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Woodstock 1969

2. Nirvana- “School”

3. Pearl Jam- “Corduroy”

4. Alice In Chains- “Nutshell”

5. Soundgarden- “Black Hole Sun”

6. Heart- “Barracuda”

7. Fleet Foxes- “White Winter Hymnal”

8. Death Cab ...

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