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The Suicide Machines to reunite after 15 years

The Suicide Machines, a band that many fans of 90s punk rock will remember fondly, are set to release their first album of new material in nearly 15 years. The group disbanded in 2006. It’s understood that the new record will be released on the prestigious punk-rock…
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Weezer's Rivers Cuomo selling thousands of demmos

Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, who is currently taking a course in web programming, will selling over 2500 unreleased demos through his website. Cuomo explains that he chose to add the song bundles himself, as a way of testing his abilities. The recordings were added to a website…
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Moby reaffirms love of punk-rock with karaoke cover of the Stooges

Producer, singer, songwriter, Moby, has shared his fun cover of Search and destroy by proto-punk heroes Iggy & the Stooges. Members of the covers group Punk Rock Karaoke performed the song’s instrumental parts. Punk Rock Karaoke is, for the most, a touring band…
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David Silveria shares opinion about Korn's recent music

David Silveria, drummer for nu-metal band Korn between 1993 and 2006 talked about the band’s recent output. The drummer admits he has not had any interest in hearing any of the band’s new music since his departure. Silveria was Korn’s drummer in what…
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Bob Dylan has sold his entire catalog of songs for $300 million

Bob Dylan, one of music’s most celebrated songwriters, has just sold his entire catalog for $300 million. Universal Music Publishing purchased the entire discography. The move is quite a surprising one. Dylan, throughout his career, tended to avoid media scrutiny…
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Me First and the Gimme Gimmes streaming Christmas special

Punk-rock supergroup, and purveyors of wonderfully cheesy cover, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes announced plans to stream a live Christmas show. The group includes members of several well-known pop-punk bands such NOFX, Lagwagon, Swingin’ Utters. Most of those groups…