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Music: The Replacement

Guitarist Jimmy Herring has now filled coveted vacant positions in three legendary Jam Bands

0 Comments · Monday, April 7, 2008
Perhaps no other guitarist could have better understood the challenges George McConnell faced during his four-year stint in Widespread Panic than the man who replaced McConnell in the lineup, Jimm  

Music: All the Not-So-Young Punks

Punk pioneers Mick Jones and Tony James feel lucky to have careers in a Post Punk world

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Besides being among the primary architects of Punk Rock, The Clash with its many politically charged songs about poverty, strife in England and state-supported wars in locales around the world hel  

Music: Horror Story

For a band with 'nothing planned,' HorrorPops keeps busy with new album release

0 Comments · Sunday, February 24, 2008
The new HorrorPops album, Kiss Kiss Kill Kill, finds the Danish group going Hollywood by using some colorful and creative artwork for the CD packaging that finds the band members depicted as star  

Music: Die Job

Every Time I Die plays off its growing popularity on new album

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley openly acknowledges that his band felt it had a lot to live up to with the group's new CD, The Big Dirty. Much of the pressure came from Gutter Phenomenon,  

Music: Straying from the Scene

Former Taking Back Sunday members work to establish strong, non-Emo identity

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 5, 2007
In a sense, Straylight Run has spent its brief four-year career trying to escape its past. The group was started by guitarist/ singer John Nolan and bassist Shaun Cooper shortly after they left   

Cover Story: Add It Up

Mute Math capitalize on their summer 'buzz band' breakthrough

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2007
From the very first days when Mute Math was coming together as a band, founding members Paul Meany and Darren King didn't put limits on the kind of music the group would create. The approached yi  

Music: Carnavas Maximus

Indie quartet Silversun Pickups pick up confidence and esteem with the success of Carnavas

0 Comments · Friday, August 10, 2007
When Silversun Pickups first started playing live, the band was, to put it mildly, less than confident in its live shows. "Sometimes it was nerve-wracking because people didn't know we were in  

Music: Against the Odds

After a scrape with the infamous 'label mergers,' Rise Against find themselves major-labelly satisfied

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Tim McIlrath says Rise Against chose to sign to a major label knowing full well that there were no guarantees it would be the right move. "We went into this thing realizing it could backfire on   

Music: Full Loon Fever

After unexpected success with their debut album, Tapes 'N Tapes take their new songs on the road

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 23, 2007
The Minneapolis-based band Tapes 'N Tapes had no illusions when it finished its 2005 debut album, The Loon, about just how much it was likely to do for the group's fledgling career. The CD, af  

Music: Back to Burning Rubber

After a tough go on a major label, Saves the Day returns to an indie more confident and wiser

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Sept. 19, 2003, should have been a day of excitement and celebration for Saves The Day. In Reverie, the band's major label debut on DreamWorks Records, had been released three days before and t