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A-Sides with Jon Chattman: "Dark" Side of the "MOON"? The Darkness Blast Off Again; WALK THE MOON's Nicholas Petricca Discusses Surreal 2015
The Brits came back this year with Last of Our Kind - their fourth album, and come Nov. 20, a special extended version will
British Hard Rock Band The Darkness Set to Play Saint Andrews Hall in Detroit, Bassist Frankie Poullain Talks of New Album and Band's History
The British rock band The Darkness made their mark back in 2003 with their Permission to Land album and their song "I Believe in a Thing Called Love." With their balls out style of rock-n-roll that reeked of all the excesses of love and life, The Darkness brought theatrics into the new millennium.
Is it possible to have too much comedy? Festival Supreme seems to be insistent on testing that limit, adding a fourth stage this year. The third annual Festival, which took place in downtown Los Angeles, was chock full of comedians, sketch acts, rock bands, and oddities this past weekend.
Lambert, who has been guesting on the series as Starchild, covers the early aughts power rock anthem, "I Believe In A Thing
"[The public wants] live, in-your-face scares combined with high tech scares for the utmost in lifelike scares," Kirchner
The new Pumpkins record is called Oceania, a 13-track album that's part of their grander 44-song work-in-progress Teargarden by Kaleidyscope.
What ever happened to good old fashioned rock and roll? That's the question Cincinnati rockers Foxy Shazam answer with their fourth album The Church of Rock and Roll.
The ten records that made my decade may not be the most cutting-edge or most obscure or significant of groundbreaking. But they're mine, and I love 'em all passionately. Here's my soundtrack to the decade of "Mission Accomplished."