Red Hot Chili Peppers Postpone Tour
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have to postpone their tour after frontman Anthony Keidis suffered a foot injury that requires surgery.  The band was set to kick off their U.S. tour January 20th in Florida but will now start in March.
Rise Against Announce Additional 2012 Tour Dates
Illinois rock quartet Rise Against are about to embark on a new tour, starting January 17 in Austin, Texas and ending on May 10 in Toronto, Canada. The dates for the second leg of the tour have just been announced, and are in support of their latest album, Endgame, which was released back in March o…
Van Halen To Go On Tour Next Year [VIDEO]
Old-school rockers Van Halen have just released a two-minute video announcing that they will be embarking on a tour in 2012, with tickets going on sale January 10. The video was shot on November 14 at the Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, California, and can be viewed after the jump.
GWAR Cancels Their Scheduled European Tour
Old-school theatrical rockers GWAR were scheduled to kick off 2012 with a European tour, but sadly, the band have decided to cancel, which means more bad news for their fans following the November death of their guitarist Cory Smoot, or Flattus Maximus. The reason for the cancellation, however, supp…
Seether Plans to Play 300 Shows in 2012
It wasnt that long ago that Seether performed at Northern Lights in 2011.   That show in May was one of approximately 150 shows to support their new album 'Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray'.  Seether frontman Shaun Morgan said next year the band hopes to play over 30…
Red Hot Chili Peppers Announce More Dates
The Red Hot Chili Peppers recently announced six dates with the promise of more.  They have made good on their promise and have announced ten more dates in January, February and March of 2012.   Most of the dates are in arena sized venues, so be ready for a big North American tour!
Hatebreed Front Man Jamey Jasta Interview [VIDEO]
It was just three days ago that Connecticut metal band Hatebreed made a stop in the capital district and put on a brutal holiday show complete with Christmas lights and decorations. Now, there's a new radio interview with the band's front man Jamey Jasta. Check it out after the jump!
Alice Cooper’s “No More Mr. Nice Guy” Tour Review
Last night, my biggest and oldest idol, Alice Cooper put on a classic, vintage show at The Palace Theatre in Albany. It was my fifth time getting to see the legend, and every time is like the first- he always reels me in and amazes me with his talent and entertaining show without fail.
Chevelle Announce Upcoming Tour Dates
Next Tuesday, Illinois rock trio Chevelle will be releasing their sixth studio album, Hats Off To The Bull, and to mark this major accomplishment in their musical career, they will be embarking on a short tour starting tonight that will bring them into the middle of December. Bands Bush and Fil…

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