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The Rodent Hour #1517: Gone By Friday

The Rodent Hour #1517: Gone By Friday by Bbox_Radio on Mixcloud

“Gone By Friday formed in the summer of 2009. A quartet of enemies turned best friends bringing a raw emphatic sound intertwined with catchy pop sensibilities. 26 more words

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Photos: Three Days Grace, Big Wreck @ Echo Beach

Photos by: Adam Harrison (@AdamRHarrison) –

Canadian alt metal band Three Days Grace, who released their fifth album, Human, on March 31st, 2015 via RCA, which is their first album not to feature former vocalist Adam Gontier, who was replaced by Matt Walst in 2014, performed at Echo Beach in Toronto on July 3rd with Boston-based hard rock band Big Wreck, who released their fourth album, … 374 more words

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The Rodent Hour #1516: Detroit Rocks!

The Rodent Hour #1516: Detroit Rocks! by Bbox_Radio on Mixcloud

It was approximately 18 months ago when The Rodent Hour began a music exchange with “Your Alternative to the Top 40″ on WAYN Radio in Detroit, Michigan. 75 more words

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Decibilitated #1511: The Future Is Uncertain

Decibilitated #1511: The Future Is Uncertain by Bbox_Radio on Mixcloud

The eruption of Krakatoa is widely considered to be the single loudest sonic event in the history of Earth; until now. 68 more words

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Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal Interview

It isn’t very often here at the LP Collective we get the chance to talk to a legend. I was blown away with the opportunity to interview Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, known for his extensive solo work, as well as his roles in Super-group Art of Anarchy and Guns n’ Roses. 3,052 more words

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Music Park: Def Leppard @ Jiffy Lube Live -- 7/2/15


Def Leppard (Photo courtesy the band)

There was a remarkable moment in the latter half of the Def Leppard concert at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Va., on Thursday. 684 more words

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