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  1. I googled to see if they are getting any mainstream exposure and it looks like they are getting some at least.
  2. Album is out, Bascially a "nu metalcore" band at this point in time so if you dont care for that style then skip it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_Youth http://www.ghostcultmag.com/album-review-blood-youth-starve-rude-records/ http://www.deadpress.co.uk/album-review-blood-youth-starve/
  3. What do you mean why do they pay for it ? Its not hard to figure out. As for why its illegal, I have no idea.
  4. 3 bands from different genres/eras. Interesting idea.
  5. I still blame him for his last band collapsing but we still dont know what the truth is behind the scenes. Im keeping track of that lawsuit.
  6. This is new. I love Forrest Gump even though its sappy and sentimental.
  7. He's back and signed to Napalm. Napalm is good but they are mostly a metal label and are European and Creed never took off in Europe. Left to right in photo below: Thomas Caser (CEO Napalm Records), Scott Stapp, Andy Gould (Spectacle Entertainment Group), Markus Riedler (CEO Napalm Records)
  8. Pretty good list actually. I think most of these are on the Tunelab playlist. http://loudwire.com/rock-songs-defined-2009/
  9. I didnt listen to it cuz they released too many singles before it was released but yeah its good for what it is just been listening to other styles lately.
  10. LOL cant say I disagree. http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/corey-taylor-says-imagine-dragons-has-replaced-nickelback-as-most-hated-rock-pop-artist/
  11. Whenever you see people complaining about how rock is dead they must not know that labels like Hopeless Records exist. You need to educate those people when you encounter them.
  12. Zakk Wylde (BLS) is the king of "put a solo here just because" lol.
  13. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Place_in_the_Sun_(Lit_album) Released Feb. 23th 1999 on RCA. Produced by Don Gilmore Certified platinum. 3 singles released. My Own Worst Enemy reached #1 on the modern rock charts. The album itself peaked at #31 on Billboard. I dont have much thoughts other than I had it on cassette and I guess they are a considered a 1 hit wonder band which surprises me because they had lots of catchy songs which could have been bigger hits. My Own Worst Enemy just too huge to have other success I guess.
  14. I listened to it once and nothing stood out.