Morrissey has canceled Monday's show at Liberty Hall and his entire U.S. tour to tend to his health.
This cancellation comes without rescheduling, with Moz's press release citing "a series of medical mishaps over the past few months including a bleeding ulcer, Barrett's esophagus and double pneumonia," according to Paste Magazine.
Refunds are available at the point of purchase.
In the meantime, check out Rainbow Records' title track on the Hidden Pictures page of the Golden Sound website.
Little is known about the collaboration outside the fact that it's happening and what the cover looks like (above). But I think it's safe to say the rate at which rhymes will be spit might exceed possibilities dictated by the laws of physics.
Wow. Sunday, March 11. On sale this Saturday (November 12) at 10 a.m.
For those of you wishing more bands held to the mid-'90s emotional punk aesthetic followed by bands like the Get Up Kids, Philadelphia's Luther is your salvation. They bring those plaintive vocals and pair them with hooky guitar work and hand-clap-worthy drumming so well, you'd swear it was 1995 all over again. They're touring in support of their debut EP on Black Numbers, entitled Siblings & Sevens, and you can stream the whole thing below.
"KJHK has an important message for bands that submitted entries for Farmer’s Ball. Due to the high volume of Farmer’s Ball submissions this year, KJHK’s server may not have processed some earlier entries — if your band did not receive a confirmation email from KJHK, please resubmit your entry now. The deadline is still Saturday, October 1st at 5pm."
If you attended last night's Cinderella show at the Crossroads, you didn't get a show from them. Local openers the Dead Girls and Hammerlord both played full sets, but Cinderella never made it out onstage. Crossroads issued a statement earlier today regarding what happened, via their Facebook page.
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