Perth, Western Australia, November 13: It ended fittingly where it began 35 years ago, in Perth, when INXS drummer Jon Farriss declared to a 15,000+ capacity house on the opening weekend of the brand new Perth Arena and the final night of the Matchbox Twenty / INXS Australian tour that from this point INXS would bring down the curtain as a live touring band. In a fitting homage to the band, Matchbox Twenty’s Rob Thomas joined the band (INXS) and vocalist Ciaran Gribbin on stage and performed INXS’s signature closer, Don’t Change, in the band’s encore.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the release of the landmark album 'Kick,' INXS has announced they will release three newly remastered 'Kick' 25th Anniversary Editions of their acclaimed 1987 studio album. The 'Kick' 25th Anniversary Editions are being made available as a limited edition LP on red vinyl, a 25-track expanded Deluxe 2CD set; and a 32-track collector’s edition Super Deluxe 3CD set coupled with a 60-minute DVD and 80-page hard cover book.
Santa Cruz punk rockers Stellar Corpses are premiering an all-new Halloween edition video for their debut single "Vampire Kiss," today at AOL's Noisecreep! Recently filmed in Hollywood at a raucous house party, by director Jared Sagal (Rockerrazzi Films), check out the band performing the track singer Dusty Sheehan tells Noisecreep "is a tribute to the greatest vampire movie of all time, The Lost Boys, filmed in our hometown of Santa Cruz."
Awolnation has once again crossed into Top 10 at alternative radio with their new single "Kill Your Heroes." The third single from the bands' debut album Megalithic Symphony (Red Bull Records), is the third consecutive charting single from the band to break the chart Top 10...
The Awolnation 'Never Let Your Fear Decide Your Fate' U.S. tour with Imagine Dragons and emerging indie hip-hop artist Zeale kicks off Saturday, September 8th!
50 years ago, in August 18, 1962, a young drummer would officially join a fledgling musical group out of Liverpool, England solidifying what would become the greatest four-piece line up in the history of popular music, The Beatles. On October 5 of that same year the band would record their first single titled “Love Me Do” and the rest, as they say, is history!
Santa Cruz punk rockers Stellar Corpses debut album Dead Stars Drive-In released on Santa Carla Records is available now! Produced by the multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning Joe McGrath (AFI, Morrissey, Green Day, Blink-182, Alkaline Trio), the band blends a musical amalgamation of punk, rockabilly, hard rock and melodic rock, thrown in for good measure, on an album that defies musical expectations.