Ozzy Osbourne was recently hospitalized for pneumonia and had to cancel some shows. Now that he is recovering, he is canceling five more stops on his No More tears 2 tour. The shows in Australia, New Zealand and Japan are now canceled. His manager, Sharon Osbourne stated in a release, "Ozzy recently developed pneumonia and has spent some time in hospital. Thankfully he is now through the worst part. His doctors have advised that he stay at home to recuperate for a full six weeks with no travel.”Read more
On May 24, 25, 27 and 28, The Cure is playing the Sydney Opera House. At the shows, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the seminal Disintegration album, they'll be playing the release in full, along with a few other songs, focusing on b-sides and deep cuts. Meanwhile, the band is recording a new album.Read more
As reported by Motor 1, Porsche will no longer be racing in the Le Mans competition. Their last win was in 2017 with a 919 Hybrid and was their 19th win overall. The tires of that vehicle were shredded and pressed into a series of single sided records. The audio is 24 minutes long and recounts Porsche's Le Mans history. 200 copies will be pressed.Read more
Chris Gethard, Connor Ratliff, Lorelei Ramirez, and Martin Urbano are part of a live comedy cassette. It's part two of the Your Face, My Tomato series, put out by State Champion records. The show was recorded live on February 17th, 2018, at In the West, in New Brunswick, NJ, by Phil Connor. It's out on Friday.Read more
Pedals on Our Pirate Ships
Come Back Home
Slow Death [7-inch]
The Umbrella Academy: Dallas [comic]
The American Dream
I Might Drink Myself To Death
What Chaos Is Imaginary
Head Above Water
Set Us Free
It looks like Craft Beer and music festivals are expanding. Rancid will headline The Bash, a traveling craft beer and music festival. Pennywise, Suicidal Tendencies, L7, H20, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Sharp Shock, and more play various dates. There will be at least 100 different beers for sampling. See the dates below.Read more
Lydia Loveless has accused Chicago musician Mark Panick, the domestic partner of Bloodshot Records co-founder Nan Warshaw, of repeatedly committing sexual harassment over a number of years. In an instagram post she detailed Panick's alleged misconduct, which began when Loveless was 19. She stated that Panick engaged in casual predation, which she said included groping, verbal sexual harassment, and Facebook comments “that would elicit texts from friends [saying], ‘Who is this person? Are you OK?’"
Panick responded by saying the he “I don’t want to invalidate anyones feelings by defending myself from these accusations. I have never set out to make anyone uncomfortable. I sincerely apologize if anything I did made anyone feel unsafe and or uncomfortable." According to Loveless, Bloodshot's other co-founder Rob Miller (not related to Rob Miller of Amebix), asked Warshaw about the allegations and Warshaw defended Panick. Subsequently, Warshaw issued a statement saying she was stepping away from Bloodshot for the time being.Read more
Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg will be screening Don’t Break Down: A Film About Jawbreaker on March 21. Jawbreaker’s Blake Schwarzenbach, Adam Pfahler and Chris Bauermeister will be in attendance, and will be taking questions from the audience. Jawbreaker has an upcoming tour with War on Women.Read more
San Diego rock band Weatherbox performed a new track over at Half Way Home Sessions, see below. The session was performed on January 13, 2019 and this is the first emergence of the band since their hiatus in 2016. The band has also announced one show in New York City. They will be playing on May 2nd at Brooklyn Bazaar.
Weatherbox last release was Flies In All Directions in 2014.Read more
Indie-rock side project Trade Wind have announced and released a new song. The track is called "No King But Me" and it will be released on their sophomore full-length album called Certain Freedoms. The album will be out on April 26th, 2019 through Other People Records and End Hits Records. Trade Wind contains members of Stick To Your Guns and Stray From The Path.
The band have also announced their 2019 tour dates, in Europe and select cities in the US and Canada. See below to view the tour dates and to check out the new track.Read more