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Army Of Anyone Extend SnoCore Tour With Hurt, Dropping Daylight, Neurosonic

January 15th, 2007 10:10am EST
Army Of Anyone
Army Of Anyone has announced additional dates to their upcoming headline spot on the 2007 SnoCore Tour, which also features Hurt, Dropping Daylight and Neurosonic in support. The 6-week trek--which launches January 18 in Houston—includes a February 1 performance at New York's Bowery Ballroom and a March 1 show at Los Angeles' Key Club. BodogMusic.com will sponsor the tour.

Meanwhile, Army Of Anyone--vocalist Richard Patrick, formerly of Filter; guitarist Dean DeLeo and bassist Robert DeLeo, ex-Stone Temple Pilots; and drummer Ray Luzier--continue to garner critical acclaim for their l...
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2006: Year In Music (Pt. 4)

December 31st, 2006 3:00pm EST
The Darkness
In October, Justin Hawkins, lead singer of The Darkness, announced that he's leaving the band because he can't live the rock 'n' roll lifestyle again after completing rehab... Weird Al Yankovic's White & Nerdy becomes the parody singer's first ever top-ten hit... and legendary NYC nightclub CBGB, where bands like the Ramones, Talking Heads and Blondie got their start, closed; Patti Smith was the final act... Beck took things to the next level by releasing his latest album, The Information with sets of stickers so fans could create their own cover art; however, the revolutionary move prompte...
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Army Of Anyone To Headline 2007 Sno-Core Tour

December 31st, 2006 11:00am EST
Army of Anyone
SnoCore Tour is back in 2007 with headliners Army of Anyone. The tour will kick off January 18th in Houston, TX, with support from Hurt and more to be announced. The first round of dates has been released and tickets have gone on sale.

Army of Anyone (featuring vocalist Richard Patrick from Filter, guitarist Dean DeLeo and bassist Robert DeLeo from Stone Temple Pilots, and drummer Ray Luzier) is supporting their debut self titled release which hit stores this past November. Previous SnoCore Tour participants include Sparta, Trapt, Finger Eleven, Helmet, Chevelle, Seether, Shinedown, an...
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Happy Holidays From The Family Values Tour

November 23rd, 2006 9:00am EST
Family Values Tour
On December 26, hard rock fans can get another taste of one of the music world's most successful tours when The Family Values Tour 2006 CD and separate DVD are released on Firm Music. The CD and DVD will feature live tracks from Korn and the Deftones, as well as select cuts from all the bands on the bill: Stone Sour, Flyleaf, Dir en grey, 10 Years, Deadsy, Bury Your Dead, Bullets and Octane and Walls of Jericho. Highlights include: one-of-a-kind duets, acoustic tracks and cover songs including a special appearance from Richard Patrick (Army of Anyone, Filter). This upcoming release marks...
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Army Of Anyone Looks to Locals for Tour Support

November 22nd, 2006 3:22pm EST
Army Of Anyone
Army Of Anyone - featuring Richard Patrick (Filter), Dean and Robert DeLeo (Stone Temple Pilots) and Ray Luzier - are gearing up for a major 2007 tour in support of their self-titled debut album, available now on Firm Music. The band spent October storming radio stations across the country, checking in with fans and previewing material from their just-released debut album. They'll keep the buzz building through November and December, squeezing in club dates right up to the holidays. Come January, they'll be unveiling a tour that will take them into every part of the country, and if you've g...
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New CD Reviews, Nov. 15, 2006 (The Game, Neil Young, Fat Joe, Akon, Tenacious D, Sublime, many more)

November 15th, 2006 4:19pm EST
The Game - Doctor
A number of rap and hip-hop albums come out this week including ones from Fat Joe, The Game and Akon. Plus check out fresh music from Damien Rice, Army of Anyone, Tenacious D and many more. Keep reading for info and reviews of this week's new CDs.

The Game - Doctor's Advocate

Toying with expectations and respect is the dangerous tightrope the Game walks brilliantly, and while this is nothing new, the fact remains that every track here is as good as or better than those on his debut. Read review...

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Crazy Horse at the Fillmore 1970

This was the origi...
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