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How To Survive Tour: A Band’s Guide

Life on the road can present many challenges. Especially when you are on a rigorous tour schedule. For example, showers aren’t always easy to come by. Maybe your schedule requires you leave straight after a gig in order to make it to the next gig on time. Or maybe you just don’t have the luxury of a hotel room where you can have a shower. In any case, there’s nothing worse than sweating your ass off on stage and then not being able to get clean. This is one of…

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The Replacements Play First Show In Over Two Decades

The Replacements played their first show in 22 years at Riot Fest Toronto 2013. Paul Westerberg led original bassist, Tommy Stinson, and fill-ins, Josh Freeze and Dave Minehan, through a set of the band’s hits. The original Replacements played their last show in Chicago, July 4, 1991. You can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here.   Please follow and like us:

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The Kindred Debut New Single, Opening For Misery Signals

Up-and-coming prog rockers and recent Sumerian Records signees The Kindred debuted a new single today entitled “Decades”, the first from their upcoming debut album.  Stream can be found after the jump.  The band also announced that it will be performing as one of the acts touring with Misery Signals this summer, along with the Color Morale, Intervals, and Elitist. You can purchase a CD and buy concert tickets here, full list of dates after the jump.     Please follow and like us:

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Streetlight Manifesto Announce Hiatus & Farewell Tour

  Streetlight Manifesto have announced that they will be going on hiatus, and will embark on a farewell tour. You can read a message from the band after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Rage Against The Machine Have No Plans To Record New Material

Rage Against the Machine have confirmed they have no plans to record a new album. Check out what they had to say below. “One at a time, man!” he says with a laugh. “The good news is that we’ve got time to think about it. I think the next one (‘Evil Empire’) came out in ‘96, so there’s four years to decide on that.” But, he adds, there’s a scarcity of possible bonus content. “There have been a lot of shows recorded professionally, but there are not unreleased songs,” he…

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