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Gerard Way Comments On Final MCR Song

“Fake Your Death” is My Chemical Romance’s final song on their last album, May Death Never Stop You. The album officially drops on March 25th, so be sure to get your pre-order in before then. Check out what Gerard Way has to say about “Fake Your Death” below. Please follow and like us:

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Caspian Bassist Chris Friedrich Passes Away

Caspian’s bassist Chris Friedrich passed away on Sunday. The cause of death is not yet known. You can read a statement from the band after the jump. You can purchase a CD  here. Please follow and like us:

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Abel Breaks Up

Indie rockers Abel have decided, after four years, to call it quits. This news was posted on the band’s Facebook page earlier today. Check out the letter to the fans below! You can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.   Please follow and like us:

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MGMT To Release Self-Titled Album September 17

MGMT has announced that they will release a new self-titled album on September 17th. You can see the full track listing below. View tour dates and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Ted Dwane Of Mumford & Sons Leaves Hospital

Ted Dwane, bass player for Mumford & Sons, was released from the hospital today after he underwent brain surgery to remove a blood clot earlier this week. Read a statement the band posted on Facebook below. Please follow and like us:

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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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Feldspar “The Flat and Paper Sky Vol II” Album Review

It takes a lot of balls to have the first song on your EP void of instruments.  “The Flat and Paper Sky” that opens Feldspar’s The Flat and Paper Sky Vol II features just multi-tracked harmonies that wouldn’t feel out of place on a Fleet Foxes album.   It’s a bold move that works, in part because the voices sound angelic. It’s the voice that carries Feldspar.  On the next track “Bright Blue Eyes”, the band amps it up a bit with some bluesy and reverbed guitar.  It’s equal parts Ten-era…

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The Sky Life ‘Caves’ Album Review

Music is an art form. A beautiful, intricate, expansive art form. When listening to Caves by The Sky Life, it’s almost too easy to imagine the music as the paint and airwaves that were once empty as the canvas. Each track is lyrically masterful, especially “Stop Thinking,” with lyrics like, “[…] in an ocean of your thoughts and not their ideas/Now is all we have spend it with you love in and ocean of your thoughts and not their ideas for you.” The album seems to delve into the emotions…

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The Coming Weak FINAL SHOW Review/Tribute

There are some bands, which are absolutely infectious in the way they sound. They not only capture your attention and cause you to fall in love with their music-but you then want to share that music with every person around you. Their songs move you, their drive inspires you and their live performance doesn’t allow you to take your eyes away from the stage because they are just that captivating. From the energy they bring to each set, and the connections they make with their audience-every now and again we…

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