Something Corporate back after 5-year hiatus
After taking a 5-year break, Andrew McMahon and company are back, and they're taking the road by storm. McMahon, lead vocalist and pianist for the punk/alt-rock quartet has kept himself busy with Jack's Mannequin, as well as a very public battle with leukemia that led to complete remission and a return to good health. Lead guitarist Josh Partington also went on to form the band Firescape
Something Corporate has already been busy since their return, playing both coasts for the Bamboozle Festival, as well as several dates in Chicago. Be sure to check them out on their "welcome back" headlining tour.Something Corporate tickets and show dates
Ratatat to release new album, LP4
Brooklyn bedroom electro-rockers Ratatat come forth with their 4th full-length, following the same title structure of the past three, simply titled LP4.
Following hot off the heels of production work with Kid Cudi on his debut album Man On The Moon: The End Of Day, and remixes with artists such as Bjork, the boys from Brooklyn are at the top of their game right now. Look out for them to be on tour in support of LP4 very soon.Check out Ratatat on Thrillcall
Saqsuatch Festival lineup officially announced!
The monster festival hosted in George, WA has officially released it's lineup and stage times for their Memorial Day Weekend showdown. The hottest names in Indie Rock will be gracing the stage at Sasquatch, which boasts four separate stages to see bands on.View full lineup and get tickets here
My Morning Jacket announce new tour dates
Jim James fronted tour de force My Morning Jacket have just announced new tour dates in support of a charity James has championed recently. Appalachian Voices, a group working to stop the environmentally destructive practice of mountaintop coal mining has received a much greater amount of visibility due to James.My Morning Jacket tickets on ThrillCall
R.I.P. Ronnie James Dio
Ronnie James Dio, vocalist of Heaven and Hell (a collaboration between himself and Black Sabbath members) has succumbed to his battle with stomach cancer. Well known for his love of his fans, Ronnie greatly appreciated the outpour of support he received during his battle with cancer.Heaven and Hell on ThrillCall
Bow Wow busted for soliciting sex via Twitter
Rapper and Actor Bow Wow has been caught soliciting an unnamed female for sex via Twitter. Apparently attempting to communicate via Direct Message, he accidentally posted the exchange to his Twitter feed and was subsequently caught trying to exchange money for sexual favors.Bow Wow on ThrillCall
Carlos D: An Interpol-er No more
Indie darlings Interpol have announced via their website that founding member and bass player Carlos D (nee Dengler) has left the band. It has been stated that his departure was under amicable circumstances, and the band wish Carlos all the best in his future endeavors.Get Interpol concert tickets
Das Racist: Genius or have they come to destroy music?
Rooted in tongue in cheek humor and existential societal commentary, the boys in Das Racist appear to just be another dumb club rap group from the outside. However, you'd be wrong in assuming this. Comprizing of Himanshu Suri and Victor Vazquez, these highly-educated young men use their stripped down approach to, quite literally, make social commentary by prolonging the very stereotypes and foibles they sing about.Das Racist on ThrillCall
The Dead Weather announce summer U.S. tour dates
Jack White, Allison Mosshart and co. will be hitting the road here in the U.S. this summer with a tour that was just announced today. This tour will come on the heels of their upcoming release Sea Of Cowards, set to launch on May 7th.Get tickets to The Dead Weather
Meat Loaf to release star-studded album this May
Meat Loaf, Mr. Paradise By The Dashboard Light, is set to release a new album entitled Hang Cool Teddy Bear with a little help from some famous peers of his. Working with Rob Cavallo, who has produced recent hit records from the likes of Green Day and My Chemical Romance is on board as producer. Appearing on the album to contribute their musical prowess, we see virtuoso shredder Steve Vai, Queen's Brian May, as well as actors Jack Black and Hugh Laurie.
Meat Loaf will be hitting the road in support of his new album this summer.Get Meat Loaf tickets here