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Listen To The New Single “Black Rain” From Soundgarden’s “Telephantasm”

August 18, 2010 by  
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Soundgarden have shared the new single “Black Rain” is the new single from their upcoming release Telephantasm. Originally recorded for the Badmotorfinger sessions, this track has been dusted off and presented for your listening pleasure. Check it out below.  You can also check out the album art here.

Black Rain
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The Wonder Years Premiere New Song To Honor Lost Friend

August 18, 2010 by  
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After the unfortunate loss of one of their best friends Mike Pelone, The Wonder Years pay tribute by releasing “We Won’t Bury You,” a song they recently recorded for him that he never got to hear. The band chose to release the song on Mike’s cousin Joe’s music blog, “We knew it was the only fitting place to post it, ” the band added.  You can check it out here.

Read as Soupy recounts his memories of Mike:

“As I type this, I am just taking off my tie. Today, we buried, Mike Pelone, one of the best friends any of us have ever had. We would not be in this band without him. He introduced most of us to one another. He was originally supposed to play guitar but couldn’t make the first practice. We played our first “show” in the middle of his band’s set. It was one song played on their gear and I remember it vividly still. Our first release was a split with his band. Our second release was put out on a record label he and I ran together. Just last week, he was on the phone with Kennedy saying that he was proud of how far we’d come and henceforth we’ll be striving to keep him proud of us. Mike struggled with drugs for the past few years. He had a serious desire to stay clean and would often not come hang out so that he wasn’t even around people drinking, but in the end, the addiction got him. In June, we recorded a song for Mike that we were planning on showing him this past weekend. He never got to hear it. It was inspired by a conversation I had with him when he went back to rehab last. I asked if there was anything we could do and if he wanted to start touring with us so that we could watch over him. He said that he needed to be in a facility for awhile and that he just wanted to make sure we didn’t bury him. Those were his words. I could tell a million stories about Mike and I know we all will for the rest of our lives but I’ll leave them out of this entry. Today, I saw friends I hadn’t seen in years as we gathered at his grave site and left flowers on the casket. I tripped a bit carrying it. Dave said it wouldn’t have been us if something stupid hadn’t happened and the way he said “us” really hit me. I saw people that have bitterly disliked each other hugging today. Everyone was together again for a day and I have to thank Mike for that last gift. George threw dirt on the casket as we walked away and I felt like maybe now, even with as hard as today was, we all got some closure. He wasn’t a real religious guy and neither are we, so you can save your prayers. Instead, take a minute and listen to this song and think about all the people you love and if any of them need help. We’ll be holding a memorial show for Mike at the VFW hall he used to book shows in in Lansdale, PA on September 4th. There will be good friends and some fun surprises. We will say goodbye the right way. I love you, Mike. I’m going to miss your shit-eating grin and the shady way you smoked cigarettes and the way you always had us laughing even when we were at our angriest or our saddest or our worst. We’re all going to miss you so much.” 8-11-10


Our thoughts and prayers go out to the band and their friends and family.  We’re sorry for your loss.

The Wonder Years recently announced the re-release of The Upsides, the band’s restless diary of growing up, getting out and making the best of what you have. Arriving September 21 in stores and online everywhere, this re-imagined version of The Upsides includes both new art and four new tracks, including “We Won’t Bury You.” Pre-order your copy here.

Terrible Things Pre-Order & New Track “Not Alone”

August 12, 2010 by  
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Pre-Sale for the debut album from Terrible Things (The new band formed by Fred Mascherino, Josh Eppard and Andy Jackson) starts TODAY!  You can pre-order the album here  for $6.99 and if you need more convincing you can hear another new track “Not Alone” here.  You can also listen to their song “Conspiracy” that we helped debut on TWRY in late July here.

Their full-length self-titled debut is being released on August 31st.  The album’s concept is about the arson that ravaged Fred’s hometown of Coatesville, PA.  It was produced & mixed by Jason Elgin (Maylene And The Sons Of Disaster, Collective Soul) and mastered by Roger Lian (Bayside, Coheed & Cambria).

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TWRY First Listen: Terrible Things – “Conspiracy”

July 26, 2010 by  
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Get your first listen to some new music from Terrible Things, the new project formed by Fred Mascherino with Josh Eppard and Andy Jackson.  Their debut album drops on August 31st. The album’s concept is about the arson that ravaged Fred’s hometown of Coatesville, PA.   You can listen to the song “Conspiracy” on the widget below – let us know what you think!

The band is hitting the road this week joining Warped Tour and then following that up with a tour with Mae through November.  You can catch them at any of the following dates:

Vans Warped Tour
Jul 29 Marcus Amphitheatre Milwaukee, WI
Jul 30 Comerica Park Detroit, MI
Jul 31 First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre Tinley Park, IL
Aug 01 Canterbury Park Shakopee, MN
Aug 02 Sandstone Amphitheatre Bonner Springs, KS
Aug 05 Race City Speedway Calgary, Alberta
Aug 07 Utah State Fairgrounds Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 08 Invesco Field Denver, CO

w/ Mae, Windsor Drive
Oct 01 The Canal Club Richmond, VA
Oct 02 The Casbah Charlotte, NC
Oct 03 Cat’s Cradle Carrboro, NC
Oct 05 The Social Orlando, FL
Oct 07 Club Downunder Tallahassee, FL
Oct 09 The End Nashville, TN
Oct 12 The Historic Southgate House Newport, KY
Oct 13 Musica Akron, OH
Oct 14 Water Street Music Hall Rochester, NY
Oct 15 The Space Hamden, CT
ct 16 Middle East Downstairs Cambridge, MA
Oct 17 School Of Rock S. Hackensack, NJ
Oct 20 Gramercy Theatre New York, NY
Oct 21 Eleanor Rigby’s Jermyn, PA
Oct 22 World Café Live Philadelphia, PA
Oct 23 Chameleon Club Lancaster, PA
Oct 24 Altar Bar Pittsburgh, PA
Oct 26 The Eagle Theatre Pontiac, MI
Oct 27 The Bottom Lounge Chicago, IL
Oct 28 Off Broadway Nightclub St. Louis, MO
Oct 30 The Record Bar Kansas City, MO
Oct 31 The Waiting Room Omaha, NE
Nov 02 The Marquis Theatre Denver, CO
Nov 04 The Electric Theatre St. George, UT
Nov 05 Avalon Theatre Salt Lake City, UT
Nov 06 The Venue Boise, ID
Nov 07 El Corazon Seattle, WA
Nov 10 Bottom Of The Hill San Francisco, CA
Nov 11 Downtown Brewing Company San Luis Obispo, CA
Nov 13 El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Nov 16 Nile Theatre Mesa, AZ
Nov 19 The Door Dallas, TX


*Terrible Things photo by Jeff Gerew –

Free Download: Murderdolls / My Dark Place Alone

June 22, 2010 by  
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Head over to this link to download your free MP3 of the Murderdolls tune “My Dark Place Alone”. 

free MP3 of the Murderdolls tune “My Dark Place Alone”. 

free MP3 of the Murderdolls tune “My Dark Place Alone”. 

Listen To The New Song From Murderdolls “My Dark Place Alone”

June 18, 2010 by  
Filed under Daily Music News, Rock

Joey Jordison and Wednesday 13’s Murderdolls will be releasing their new album at the end of August.  You can hear one of the tracks “My Dark Place Alone”  from “Women And Children Last” below.

New Song From Black Label Society “Parade Of The Dead”

June 17, 2010 by  
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Zakk Wylde’s Black Label Society has released a new song called “Parade of the Dead” you can check it out below or purchase it on iTunes here:

Cinder Road Post New Song “Losing Ground”

June 4, 2010 by  
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Cinder Road are streaming their new track “Losing Ground” from their upcoming album “Damage Control” on their MySpace page.  Listen to it here.  What do you think? 

You can pre-order the album here.

Cinder Road are streaming their new track “Losing Ground” from their upcoming album “Damage Control” on their MySpace page.  Listen to it here.  What do you think? 

Cinder Road are streaming their new track “Losing Ground” from their upcoming album “Damage Control” on their MySpace page.  Listen to it here.  What do you think? 

Listen To The New Filter Song “The Inevitable Relapse”

May 27, 2010 by  
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Filter returns in a few weeks with their album  “The Trouble With Angels”. Today, you can check out the lead single “The Inevitable Relapse” below:


The Trouble With Angels is being described as Richard Patrick’s strongest, most aggressive songwriting yet. “I’ve heard people say, ‘Well, Richard is mellowing with age…’ and I was like, really? “Mellow?! You know what? I’ve been looking for an excuse to tear people’s heads off again!” – Richard Patrick

Purchase OZZFest Tix Before June 18th To Receive New Ozzy Music

May 21, 2010 by  
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Ozzy Osbourne is set to release his new album”Scream” on June 22nd. All fans who purchase tickets to OZZFest at through June 18th will receive an email with one unique download link per ticket for Ozzy’s new album, “Scream” on June 21st, the day before the album is available in stores.

Tracklisting includes:
“Let It Die”
“Let Me Hear You Scream”
“Soul Sucker”
“Life Won’t Wait”
“Diggin’ Me Down”
“I Want It More”
“Latimer’s Mercy”
“I Love You All”

For more on the album check out the “Making Of” video below:

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