Dboy Announce New Album, Video, Tour

Canadian punk band Dboy will be releasing their first studio album New Records in Human Power on February 14 via Dine Alone Records. The band also released a video for their lead single, “Red Ultra Glide”. Dboy will be touring Canada this winter and spring. Dboy’s live album Prove Your Love - Live in Belem came out in in 2018 and was self-released by the band via their marquis label The International Performance and Recreation Council of Russia. Check out the video and tour dates below.

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Open City and Soul Glo to play three shows

Open City and Soul Glo to play three shows

Open City and Soul Glo are going to play three shows together. these will be Open City's first shows in over a year. The cities and dates have been announced, but no venues have been mentioned, yet. Open City usually plays "non-traditional venues" such as art galleries and community spaces. The shows will take place February 7 in Asbury Park, February 8 in Brooklyn, and February 9 in Baltimore. We'll keep you updated.

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Roger Harvey

Roger Harvey - “You & I”

Folk artist Roger Harvey released a video for "You & I". The song was created around Christmas 2018 as a gift in the form of a letter to his partner Anika Pyle. The song features guest vocals by Pyle and is apart of his ongoing series of singles. Roger Harvey will be out on the road this February and spring with Tim Barry. See below to view the video and dates.

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Depeche Mode, Doobies, Whitney, NIN, Biggie, T-Rex in Rock Hall, Motorhead, MC5, Priest denied

Last night, Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2020 inductees. The artists that will be inducted are: Depeche Mode, The Doobie Brothers, Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, The Notorious B.I.G. and T-Rex. Jon Landau and Irving Azoff are the recipients of the Ahmet Ertegun Award. The acts will be inducted on May 2nd.

Acts that were nominated, but did make the cut are: Motörhead, Judas Priest, MC5, Soundgarden, Dave Matthews Band, Thin Lizzy, Pat Benatar, MC5, Kraftwerk, Rufus with Chaka Khan, and Todd Rundgren.

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Iron Reagan

Iron Reagan's Skotis out of band following misconduct accusation, Skotis denies claims

Iron Reagan has stated that Robert Skotis is no longer in the band. On Sunday morning, Skotis was accused by a twitter account named "RVA_Restaurants" of sexual misconduct. As part of a several part post, the Twitter handle stated "Is this the time to talk about how Rob Skotis is a rapist and a serial harasser?"

Yesterday, Iron Regan removed Skotis from the band. In part, their statement read: "Effectively immediately Robert Skotis is no longer an active member of Iron Reagan. We apologize for our delayed response to the allegations against him and hope we haven't caused any further harm by not responding until now. We do not condone predatory behavior and would not knowingly associate ourselves with someone we felt was a threat or a danger to anyone."

Cobra Cabana, the restaurant that is co-owned by Skotis, stated that they are removing him as a partner, and also stated that he will be removed from his residence above the restaurant.

Skotis has denied all misconduct. In part, he stated: "The one thing I can say with absolute certainty is that no part of this allegation is true." You can see all of the statements below. This is a developing story.

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Svetlanas finish new album

Svetlanas have finished recording their new album. The band stated on social media that the album was recorded and mixed in a skatepark. They also mentioned that they have changed guitar players, but did not mention the latest guitarist. It's expected out later this year. The band released This Is Moscow Not LA in 2017.

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Cancer Bats

Cancer Bats to tour Canada

Toronto hardcore punks Cancer Bats have announced a handful of headlining Ontario tour dates in March with support from dboy and The Anti-Queens. Cancer Bats will also be joining Hot Water Music on their Canadian dates for their 25th anniversary of No Division and Caution. They will be joining Mad Caddies and others for the first Barley Party mini-festival in September where they will be performing a full Black Sabbath cover set as Bat Sabbath. Cancer Bats released their sixth studio album The Spark That Moves in 2018 on New Damage Records. See the tour dates below.

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