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These 10 bands showcase the Ramones’ undying influence on music
These 10 bands showcase the Ramones’ undying influence on music
Boston, Massachusetts, Sept. 25, 2021: The 1965 Mosrite Ventures II electric guitar played by Johnny Ramone on every Ramones album from 1977 onward and at 1,985 of their live shows sold at auction for $937,500. Not bad, considering the punk guitar architect paid $200 for it, after his original one he bought for $50 in the early ‘70s was stolen.  ...
Must-See Music: New tracks from Evanescence, KennyHoopla and more
Must-See Music: New tracks from Evanescence, KennyHoopla and more
This week’s Must-See Music selections make us want to slap people who complain that there’s “no good music anymore.” There is great music out there—the complainers simply don’t know what’s going on. If you’re seeking alt-rock icons, punk lifers, guitar rockers and pensive singer-songwriters,you’ve come to the right spot on the web. This is Must-See Music. Let your hair down and turn ...
Sights & Sounds (Comeback Kid) release “Serpentine” video—watch
Sights & Sounds (Comeback Kid) release “Serpentine” video—watch
Longtime hardcore bands are more than familiar with Comeback Kid, the Canadian outfit fronted by Andrew Neufeld. As great as that band are, there’s another side to Neufeld’s musical personality that’s curiously alluring: Sights & Sounds, his outfit with his drumming brother Joel.  Today AltPress i...
Tool announce ‘Fear Inoculum’ fall tour dates with Killing Joke
Tool announce ‘Fear Inoculum’ fall tour dates with Killing Joke
Tool finally released their highly-anticipated album Fear Inoculum, which is the band’s first record in 13 years.  Now, they’ve revealed that they’re taking it on the road this fall with a North American tour.  Read more: Lisa Frank phone cases, tech accessories are a ‘90s dream come true They made the announcement to fans on Twitter.  North American tour dates ha ...
R-rated Batman cartoon movie coming to theaters for one night
R-rated Batman cartoon movie coming to theaters for one night
Batman: The Killing Joke is coming to theaters for one night. On Monday, July 25 there will be two showings at select movie theaters across the country—one at 7:30 p.m., and the other at 10 p.m. local time.  Read more: Batman, the dude with a no-kill policy, has a pretty outrageous kill count Tickets go on sale Friday, June 17 at the Fathom Events website. Visit the site...