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    U2 re-announces 360º tour dates

    U2 have re-scheduled their entire 360º world tour, which will honor the tickets purchased for the original tour. The dates were postponed due to a major back injury suffered by lead singer Bono, but is expected to make a full recovery and be back better than ever for these newly slated tour dates.

    U2 tour dates on ThrillCall
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    Pete Wentz back with Black Cards

    While Fall Out Boy are on a long hiatus, Pete Wentz has returned with a new project called Black Cards, which is a playful mix of dancehall with a throwback soul vibe.

    Samples of two tracks, Club Called Heaven and Beating In My Chest, have been released on the official Black Cards site. The two songs feature female vocals, which Wentz has already said "are not his wife", referring to Ashlee Simpson.

    Black Cards on ThrillCall
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    Interpol to release new self-titled album

    Brooding shoe-gazers Interpol are back home on their old label Matador Records with their September 14th self-titled release. This album includes the last recordings of now-departed member Carlos D, who recently (and somewhat abruptly) left the band. A headlining run leading up to the release is already under way, with David Pajo (Slint, Yeah Yeah Yeahs) on bass and Brandon Curtis (Secret Machines) on keyboards.

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    Deftones headlining tour this summer

    Alt-rock heavyweights Deftones will be embarking on a headlining tour this summer before heading back out on tour with Alice In Chains and Mastodon for the BlackDiamondSkye tour. For every ticket sold on this headlining tour, Deftones are donating $1 to the Chi Ling Cheng Special Needs Trust to help their former bass player with medical costs.

    Chi Cheng was in a car accident in 2008, which left him in a coma for months, and in the ICU for an extended period of time. He is now recovering at home.

    Deftones Tour Dates
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    The Hives to release covers EP

    Champions of garage rock, The Hives, are back with an EP of covers. Artists covered on the album are The Zero Boys, Flash and the Pan, and Joy Ryder & Avis Davis. The 7" will be available on July 9th.

    The Hives on Thrillcall
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    Liz Phair releases unannounced album, "Funstyle"

    Liz Phair has released over the weekend, without any formal announcement, a new album entitled Funstyle. A full supporting tour is expected to be announced soon.

    Liz Phair on Thrillcall
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    Slash of GNR/Velvet Revolver fame announces solo tour

    Revered axeman Slash will be embarking on an 18-date American tour in support of his new solo album, hot off the heels of a successful run in Europe. The new self-titled album, which hit stores April 6th, included a myriad of guest-starring appearances, including: Ian Astbury, Chris Cornell, Fergie, Dave Grohl, Kid Rock, and many more.

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    New Of Montreal album announced

    Freak-rockers Of Montreal have announced the release date of their upcoming album, False Priest, to be released September 14th in the U.S. A full tour in support of the album is to be expected, but in the meantime Of Montreal will be playing a scattered amount of summer dates.

    Of Montreal shows
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    The National's Matt Berninger mistaken for terrorist

    On his way back from Tokyo, where he had purchased a novelty "MacGuyver looking alarm clock", The National's Matt Berninger accidentally led the Honolulu airport to being evacuated for roughly 45 minutes. After questioning, he was eventually let go, sans alarm clock.

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    Bush re-unites for Epicenter Music Festival

    Brit alterna-rockers from the 90's Bush have just announced they are back together, with their first performance being at the Epicenter Music Festival in Southern California. They will be joined with other headliners such as Kiss, Eminem, Blink 182, and Rise Against.

    Bush on Thrillcall