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WATCH: Ronnie Radke Reunite With Escape The Fate

Ronnie Radke reunited with his former band Escape the Fate for the first time in six years. The reunion took place at the Bury the Hatchet with Radke’s current band Falling in Reverse. You can view concert dates or buy concert tickets here. You can watch the video after the jump. You can purchase a CD for Escape the Fate here. You can purchase a CD for Falling in Reverse here. Please follow and like us:

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Warped Tour Switzerland Lineup

The Vans Warped Tour will be going to Switzerland on November 23. Check out the current band lineup below with a headliner and more bands to be announced August 19 and buy concert tickets for the event here. Please follow and like us:

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Nick Oliveri (Ex-Queens Of The Stone Age) Involved In Car Crash

Former Queens Of The Stone Age bassist, Nick Oliveri, is reportedly quite shaken up after being involved in a car crash last week. While the front part of his vehicle was crushed, Oliveri thankfully didn’t sustain any serious injuries. His current band, Mondo Generator, released an official announcement about the accident along with a couple photos of the car. Check out the photos here and read what they had to say after the jump. Oliveri recently reconciled with his Queens Of The Stone Age bandmates, singing backup vocals on their new album, Like…

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Fred Mascherino Reflects On Taking Back Sunday

Fred Mascherino, ex-guitarist and co-vocalist of Taking Back Sunday, recently posted a blog reflecting on his time with the band. You can check out the blog post titled, “A Decade Under The Influence” after the jump. Mascherino joined the band ten years ago this week, and left the band in October of 2007. He then went on to focus on his solo project, The Color Fred, before putting it on hold to give his full attention to his current band, Terrible Things. In 2010, Taking Back Sunday’s  Tell All Your Friends-era…

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David Bowie’s Spiders From Mars Bassist Trevor Bolder Passes Away

Trevor Bolder passed away late yesterday from cancer. He was 62. Bolder got his big break playing bass for David Bowie in 1971 when he replaced Tony Visconti. He played on albums such as Hunky Dory (’71), The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (’72), and Aladdin Sane (’73). He was set to perform later this year with his current band Uriah Heep. You can read a statement from the band after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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