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Papa Roach To Release 'Metamorphosis' On March 24

January 19th, 2009 6:00pm EST
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Papa Roach will release their forthcoming fifth studio album, Metamorphosis on March 24th through DGC/Interscope Records. Co-Produced by Jay Baumgardner and Papa Roach with additional co-production by James Michael on six of the tracks, the new album conjures a vicious, vibrant intensity that is raw, relevant and ready to rock. The multi-platinum selling, Grammy-nominated Northern California quartet is back with their album of the decade.

Papa Roach is Jacoby Shaddix (vocals), Tobin Esperance (bass), Jerry Horton (guitar) and new member (ex-Unwritten Law's) Tony Palermo (drums). Since...
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Buckcherry Announces Winter '09 Tour Dates

December 17th, 2008 6:00pm EST
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Buckcherry have just released a live video performance of their new single, "Rescue Me." The clip was filmed in Japan during their recent tour there supporting Black Butterfly.

Building on the success of their current co-headlining tour, Avenged Sevenfold and Buckcherry have announced the next leg beginning on January 28th in Salt Lake City, UT. The next dates on the arena tour include Papa Roach and Saving Abel, offering fans 4 bands for under $40.00. The Buckcherry and Avenged Sevenfold package is considered to be one of the three major successful rock tours of the season, along wi...
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Saving Abel To Open For Nickelback On 34-City Arena Tour

December 3rd, 2008 5:15pm EST
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Breakout rock band Saving Abel will Join Seether as openers for Nickelback on their North American tour beginning February 25th in Nashville, TN (full schedule below). Saving Abel's largest outing to date will hit arenas in over 30 cities across the continent. Tickets go on sale beginning Dec. 5th at www.LiveNation.com.

"We're thrilled to be opening for Nickelback. It's crazy, a year ago we were playing small bars and clubs around Memphis and now we're touring the country in a bus and will be playing with one of the biggest touring rock bands in arenas," said Saving Abel frontman Ja...
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Buckcherry Scores First Top 10 Album With 'Black Butterfly'

September 25th, 2008 5:00pm EDT
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Eleven Seven Music/Atlantic Records hard rock band Buckcherry scored their first Top 10 album today on the SoundScan/Billboard 200 album chart with Black Butterfly, the much-anticipated follow-up to 2006's RIAA-certified platinum 15.

Black Butterfly debuted at #8 on the chart, the highest debuting rock album.

"Buckcherry keeps letting it rip," said People magazine in a 3/4 star review of the album.

"There's no denying it, Buckcherry is what in-your-face rock 'n' roll is all about." — Associated Press

Dubbed the Next Great American Rock Band, Buckcherry, who just two y...
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Saving Abel Set To Rock First Obama / McCain Presidential Debate

September 24th, 2008 6:00pm EDT
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After spending the summer opening for some of the biggest names in rock music, Virgin Records rock-quintet Saving Abel have announced that they will open for the biggest names in politics, playing at the first Obama / McCain Presidential debate on Sep. 26 at the University of Mississippi. The free show which begins at 12:00pm also includes Paul Thorn, Josh Kelley and the North Mississippi Allstars. Saving Abel will make a pit-stop at the U of M to play the pre-debate show before their gig at Big Spring Jam in Huntsville, AL that evening, part of their current outing with Buckcherry and S...
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Buckcherry Tour: 3 Acts For The Price Of 1; 'Black Butterfly' Out Tuesday

September 14th, 2008 11:45am EDT
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Eleven Seven Music/Atlantic recording group Buckcherry will continue on their upcoming tour as planned, despite the announcement that Avenged Sevenfold has had to cancel their performances in September and early October. The dates, originally billed as co-headline dates with Avenged Sevenfold and Buckcherry, will see Buckcherry supported by Shinedown and Saving Abel.

"We're glad to hear that Shadows is fine, and can't wait to get out on the road with the band in November," said Buckcherry frontman Josh Todd. "We have a great show planned, and we are pumped to get on the road behind...
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Saving Abel Is America's #1 New Artist

June 9th, 2008 4:30pm EDT
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Saving Abel, the Skiddco/Virgin Records debut album of southern rock quintet Saving Abel, has achieved a career milestone for the band by taking the No. 1 position on Billboard's Heatseekers listing, in its twelfth charting week. Saving Abel also tops the Nielsen Soundscan new artists album chart this week.

"Addicted," the album's unabashedly randy first single, is also nearing a chart summit, bulleting to No. 3 on Billboard's Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks. The track also has entered the Top 15 in the Hot Modern Rock Tracks listing. The digital single has sold over 100,000 downloads.

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Saving Abel To Join Puddle Of Mudd On Summer Tour

May 30th, 2008 5:30pm EDT
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Virgin Records southern rock quintet Saving Abel, currently conquering a wide swath of rock radio with the winningly uninhibited first single, "Addicted," will be bringing their hard-playing, hard-partying sound all around the country, with the announcement of a two-month series of tour dates with Puddle of Mudd, kicking off in early July.

Since the March release of the band's self-titled Skiddco/Virgin debut album, the featured track "Addicted" has zoomed to the No. 2 position nationally at active rock radio, also rising in the Top 10 at mainstream rock, and the Top 20 at the alternat...
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Mississippi Rockers Saving Abel Release Video For New Single; Announce Tour Dates

April 9th, 2008 5:32pm EDT
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On their self-titled Virgin Records debut, Saving Abel boast a cool, alt-rock, Southern-tinged sound that's instantly familiar and irresistible. With songs ranging from the intense rocker "New Tattoo" to the sexy groove of the first single, "Addicted," the quintet from Corinth, Mississippi are radio-ready.

Singer Jared Weeks and guitarist Jason Null met in late 2004, and by 2005 were recording acoustic demos with producer Skidd Mills (12 Stones, Saliva, Submersed). Saving Abel then moved into a more rock/electric direction with a full band lineup, while "Addicted" garnered local radio...
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