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Rock on the Range 2018 Lineup Announced – Featuring Tool, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice in Chains + More!

The 12th annual Rock On The Range returns to MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, OHFriday, May 18, Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20 with its most power-packed lineup to date. America’s largest and most acclaimed rock festival features nearly 60 bands on three stages, led by Tool, Avenged Sevenfold, and Alice In Chains, also featuring Godsmack, A Perfect Circle, Stone Sour, Breaking Benjamin, Three Days …

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The Used Announce European Tour

Following the release of their critically acclaimed 7th studio album “The Canyon” via Hopeless Records.  The Used are excited to announce their live return to Europe. They will bring their mind-blowing live show to the following venues in February 2018: 4th Stockholm, SE, Fryshuset 5th Gothenburg, SE, Pustervik 7th Bochum, DE, Zeche 8th Zurich, CH, Komplex 457 …

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Through Fire Announce 2017 Breakout Tour

After touring coast to coast as support for bands such as Seether, Black Stone Cherry and All That Remains, Through Fire announces their first headline run, the 2017 BREAKOUT TOUR!! They’ll be hitting the road with Dangerkids, Righteous Vendetta and Sumerian Records label mates American Sin. It’s been an amazing year with their single “Breathe” going top 10 in the Country at rock radio, #1 …

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Black Label Society Debut “All That Once Shined” Music Video

Black Label Society has debuted a brand new track titled “All That Once Shined” from their brand new LP, Grimmest Hits, due out next year. The single is the second song the band has made available to the public. Just last month the band released a “Room Of Nightmares” music video, seen below. Both “All That Once Shined” and “Room …

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K.Flay Announces Additional North American and European Tour Dates for 2018

Fresh off her first ever arena tour supporting label-mates Imagine Dragons, acclaimed Night Street/Interscope recording artist K.Flay announces the second leg of her highly anticipated 2018 North American headline tour. Fans on the East coast and Midwest now have a chance to experience her awe-inspiring, high-energy live shows with the second leg kicking off on March …

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INARA GEORGE Premieres “Release Me”

Inara George, of The Bird and The Bee fame, has unveiled “Release Me,” her latest single from Dearest Everybody, the upcoming album produced by Mike Andrews and out January 19, 2018 via Release Me Records. Featuring heartbreakingly expressive vocals and a soft, consoling rhythm, “Release Me” explores the transformative power of grief from the perspective of her mother. …

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Stone Temple Pilots Join Monster Energy Welcome To Rockville 2018

Stone Temple Pilots—who just debuted their new singer Jeff Gutt last night—have been added to the unparalleled music lineup for the eighth annual Monster Energy Welcome To Rockville, Friday, April 27, Saturday, April 28 & Sunday, April 29, 2018 at Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, FL. Florida’s Biggest Rock Experience grows to three days in 2018 with Foo Fighters, Ozzy Osbourne, Avenged Sevenfold, Queens of …

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Vicious. Release Single To Raise Funds for Rock to Recovery

After Allentown alternative rockers Vicious. made their official debut, teaming up with New Noise Magazine to unveil the official music video for their track, “Everything Sucks,” the band is back with a new track for a charitable cause. Today, Vicious. has teamed up with Rock to Recovery, and idobi Radio to unveil “Conflict,” a song the band wrote for those …

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MOVEMENTS’ Debut Video For “Daylily”

Alternative-rock quartet MOVEMENTS have released a new video for their song “Daylily” exclusively on Earmilk. Directed and edited by lead-singer Patrick Miranda and Kurt Cuffy, the video backs up the inspiring lyrics that singer Miranda wrote for his girlfriend as she was struggling with depression and mental illness. The track is a fan favorite off the band’s debut LP Feel Something. …

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