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Give It A Name 2007

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 5:09pm GMT

According to Punktastic the 2007 Give It A Name Festival will take place over the weekend of April 27, 28 and 29. The Friday (27th) will be a one-off Scottish date and the Saturday and Sunday dates (28/29) will be in London and another city to be confirmed.

Poison The Well: New Album Title

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 5:08pm GMT

Poison The Well have announced that their new album will be titled "Versions".

The band are currently looking for a new record deal and the album is looking to be released in the Spring/Summer of next year.

Mastodon - Colony Video

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 5:08pm GMT

Mastodon have posted their video for their track "Colony Of Birchmen" online.

Watch it here.

Chimaira - New Track Online

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 5:07pm GMT

Chimaira have posted a brand new track, "Threnody", which is a leftover from last year's self-titled LP, online.

The song appears on the "Masters of Horror II" soundtrack and can be heard here.

Chimaira began recording their new CD, "Resurrection", on October 2 with the production team of Jason Suecof and Andy Sneap (Machine Head, Arch Enemy). The group recently signed new deals with Ferret Music (North America) and Nuclear Blast (Europe) following its split with Roadrunner Records earlier in the year.

Deftones - Entire New Album Online

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 5:07pm GMT

Deftones' new album, "Saturday Night Wrist", has been posted online in its entirety and can be streamed on the bands MySpace page.

The album is set for release October 30th and can be heard here.

The Automatic - Kanye West Cover To Be Released

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 5:03pm GMT

The Automatic are set to release their version of Kanye West's 2005 smash hit 'Gold Digger' which they performed live at the Reading and Leeds festivals in August. The song will be put out as the B-side to the re-released "Raoul" single on November 27th.

Keyboardist Alex Pennie told NME.COM: "We can relate to the whole groupie thing. It's a very apt song for us: you get girls coming to our gigs who just want to sleep with a guy in a band. It's a bit cringeworthy."

Bloc Party Unveil Second Album

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 5:03pm GMT

Bloc Party have revealed the title to their sophomore effort is to be 'A Weekend In The City' and will be released in the UK on February 5th 2007. The album was produced by Jacknife Lee and recorded at Grouse Studios in Ireland and is to feature the following tracklisting:

'Song For Clay (Disappear Here)'
'Hunting For Witches'
'Waiting For The 7.18.'
'The Prayer'
'Where Is Home?'
'I Still Remember'

'The Prayer' will be the first single lifted from the album, being released on January 29th. 'SRXT'

Oasis - New Video for Old Song

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 4:58pm GMT

Oasis have revealed the stunning video for ‘The Masterplan’, the second video to be taken from their ‘collectors’ EP - released on November 13th. The EP features ‘The Masterplan’ and another one of their classic B Sides and widely regarded as ‘the greatest single that never was’, ‘Acquiesce’.

The Stop The Clocks EP is a preview from the first ever Oasis ‘Best Of’, released on 20th November.

‘The Masterplan’ video was directed by Ben and Greg, who first found fame with Soho Rushes Award nominated short for The Streets “When You Wasn’t Famous” (Prof Green remix) this year. This animated film sees Oasis transported into a stunning world based entirely on the paintings of legendary northern artist L.S Lowry, including subtle modern day twists and detailing. The video was made with the Lowry estate’s blessing and is a faithful representation of the artist’s world of industrial Salford in the post war years.

See the video online in the following formats: Real High | Real Medium | Real Low
WM High | WM Medium | WM Low

The Kooks on "Tour Stopping Illness"

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Thu 26 Oct 2006 4:58pm GMT

The Kooks' singer Luke Pritchard has spoken out on the illness that forced the band to postpone their recent UK tour.

"The specialist said that if I carried on singing, the tonsillitis would keep coming back. I would have got something called 'chronic tonsillitis' where you have to have your tonsils out. If you have them out, it changes the sound of your voice."

"It's been so frustrating, especially when we turned up at Brighton, our hometown. I felt so bad for all the people who'd bought tickets."

Smashing Pumpkins Discuss New Album

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 1:14pm GMT

Smashing Pumpkins have spoken out on their comeback album which they are currently writing.

On the band's MySpace page, drummer Jimmy Chamberlin has spoken about the progress of the record:

"Great things are on track for the future. As some of you know we are indeed creating music again. Music that comes from a place so pure it will burn the lies off the very souls of those who try to discount it.

"We have arrived at a place in our lives where truth and honesty prevail and we are creating from that place.

"Working with RTB was not only an honour but also one of the best musical experiences we have ever had," he explained. "We are currently working with Terry Date (Pantera, Soundgarden) and that is going great as well.

"The universe has a way of letting you know that things are right by introducing people like RTB and Terry into the fold. It's all part of one big cosmic journey, in so that everyone reading this is hitching their silver chord to the Great Pumpkin Space Train! Hope this helps clear some things up for you."

In Flames - Guitarist Drops off Tour

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 1:11pm GMT

In Flames guitarist Jesper Stromblad has dropped off the bands participation in the Unholy Alliance tour of Europe. A statement on the matter is as follows:

"Jesper has issues to deal with. Therefore Jesper will take a break, but rest assured will be back. All members of the band agreed to complete the forthcoming tours."

A temporary live replacement for Stromblad will be announced shortly.

UK Festival Awards - The Results

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 1:11pm GMT

Muse and the Arctic Monkeys were amongst the winners at the second UK Festival Awards held on October 19th. The full list of winners is as follows:

Best Headline Act: Muse
Anthem of the summer: Arctic Monkeys 'I Bet That You Look Good on the Dancefloor'
Best Rock Act: Muse
Most Memorable Moment: Radiohead performing 'Creep' at the V Festival
Best Urban Act: The Streets
Festival Feel-Good Act: Primal Scream
Outstanding Contribution To Festivals: Melvin Benn
Best New Festival: End Of The Road Festival
Best Breakthrough Act: The Kooks
Best Innovation: The Carling Cold Beer Amnesty
Best Dance Act: The Prodigy
Best Pop Act: Girls Aloud
Best Family Festival: Guilfest
Best One Day Festival: Monsters Of Rock
Best Toilets: Larmer Tree Festival
Party People Award For Dance Music: Lovebox
Fan-Friendly Festival: Isle of Skye
Best Grass Roots Festival: Beautiful Days
Shelter Award for Most Socially Responsible Festival: Sunrise Summer Solstice Celebration
Best Small Festival: The Summer Sundae Weekender
Best Medium-To-Large Festival: Bestival
Best Major Festival: T In The Park

Dredg Live DVD

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 1:08pm GMT

Dredg are to release a new live DVD, "Live At The Fillmore", on November 7th through Interscope in the US. No details of a UK release have yet been announced.

My Chemical Sessions

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 1:08pm GMT

My Chemical Romance recently took part in the ongoing "AOL Sessions" series of live performances. See the session here.

The band stayed at the top of the UK Singles chart this week with "Welcome To The Black Parade". The album, "The Black Parade", was released in the UK yesterday.

Opeth - DVD On The Way?

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 1:04pm GMT

Opeth have revealed that they are to film their forthcoming London date at the Roundhouse on November 9th for possible inclusion on a DVD.

The band embark on a 7-date UK tour throughout November with Paradise Lost.

Thrice Blogging

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 1:04pm GMT

Thrice have launched a studio journal for their forthcoming 4-CD concept album. The album is reported to focus on the four "elements" of earth, air, water and fire - each one deciding the theme for each disc.

Read the journal at www.alchemyindex.com.

Cradle of Filth, Soulfly Members To Perform At Music Live

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 12:59pm GMT

This year's Music Live festival, the U.K.'s biggest music making event, features a selection of extreme metal legends offering their advice. In addition to the usual equipment stands and live performances from Sikth and Breed 77, there will be a "Musician's Union" panel featuring Roadrunner Records consultant Dante Bonnutto and demonstrations from both Cradle of Filth's Adrian Erlandsson and Soulfly's Marc Rizzo.

Music Live 2006 runs from November 3 to November 5 at Birmingham NEC. Tickets are priced £15 in advance (£17 at the door) and can be purchased from either the web site or by calling the box office on 0870 162 0294.

Guillemots Cancel Dates

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Tue 24 Oct 2006 12:59pm GMT

Guillemots have been forced to cancel two dates of their UK tour.

The band were forced to postpone their shows at Nottingham Rock City and Bristol University last week.

Both gigs have been rescheduled for February 2006 with the latter being upgraded from the University to Bristol's Academy. All tickets are still valid.

Maynard James Keenen - New Website

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Mon 16 Oct 2006 1:46pm GMT

Tool/A Perfect Circle vocalist Maynard James Keenan has launched a new website for his side project / merchandising line.

The Puscifer website can be seen at www.puscifer.com.

Commenting on the project, Maynard said, "...I'm working on a few more pieces with a few different humans. It will be quite some time before I get anywhere with them. One track with Lustmord, possibly one with Timmy C [Audioslave, Rage Against The Machine], Brad Wilk [Audioslave, Rage Against The Machine], and Johnny Polonsky. Just ran into Tim Alexander [Primus] and he sounds like he's interested in doing a track as well. I've approached Evil Joe B to produce and engineer once i have enough of a track in place, and may approach Botrill or Mulder for one of the others. In the meantime Matt Mitchell, our guitar tech, is engineering while we're on the road. One bit at a time."

Deftones Perform On Radio One's 'Zane Lowe Show'

Posted By: Chris | Posted: Mon 16 Oct 2006 1:46pm GMT

The Deftones played a session for Zane Lowe's show which aired on BBC Radio 1 this past Wednesday (Oct. 11).

They played the new tracks, "Hole In The Earth" and "Beware" along with "Mascara".

You can listen back to the show for one week only here.

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