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BREAKING NEWS: GWAR guitarist found dead

GWAR guitarist, Corey Smoot, was found dead earlier today. The guitarist, also known as Flattus Maximus by the band and fans, was preparing to cross into Canada for the Return of the World Maggot Tour. There has been no word as to cause of death and has left the band and many fans devastated and […]

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Mumford & Sons Reveal Their Latest Song – ‘Ghosts That We Knew’

Folk rock band Mumford & Sons have revealed their new track, ‘Ghosts That We Knew’ during a live set for a Philadelphia radio station. During the performance, singer Marcus Mumford’s energetic strums of the guitar resulted in a broken string. This ultimately  did not detract from the performance, which points towards a continuation of their […]

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Justin Bieber in Paternity Suit

Justin Bieber is facing a paternity lawsuit this week after he was accused of fathering a child with twenty-year-old, Mariah Yeater. Yater, a California native, claims that she became pregnant after she and Bieber had sex backstage at a concert in Los Angeles. The paternity lawsuit had been called malicious and defamatory by Bieber’s representatives […]

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‘Black Veil Brides’ Announce Rescheduled UK Dates

Black Veil Brides have announced that they aim for the postponed shows from their recent UK tour to be rescheduled for March 2012. The precise dates and venues for the shows are still to be confirmed. The band have had to call off some of the shows due to Andy Biersack, Black Veil Brides vocalist, […]

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On This Day in 1967 – The Beatles Finish Recording ‘Hello, Goodbye’

On 2nd November 1967 The Beatles finished recording ‘Hello, Goodbye’. Melodic and sweet-sounding, the track bears all the hallmarks of Paul McCartney’s composition style. The song was released later in the month, on November 24, and soared to the top of the charts in the UK, the US, France, and Norway. The single’s B-side was […]

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Pete Townshend labels ‘Apple a digital vampire’

Legendary rock guitarist, Pete Townshend, has attacked Apple’s iTunes service at his debut John Peel Lecture. The Who guitarist argued against  the way in which iTunes handles new and upcoming artists. He said that Apple “should employ 20 people from the dying record business”, to promote and encourage new artists. ‘Like a digital Northern Rock’ […]

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