Posts tagged deftones
Posts tagged deftones
Charlie Sheen’s winning record is definitely in question after his appearance at Gathering of the Juggalos, a three-day music festival held in Detroit. Sheen was both booed and cheered, and at one point pelted with objects, check out videos here.
Adam Jones, We Salute You
Every Time I Release A New Album Interview
Every Time I Die and The Damned Things frontman Keith Buckley recently talked about ETID’s upcoming album, Warped Tours’ line-up, and his experience in The Damned Things this year, check out the interview clips here and here (part 2).
Prada Has A Brand New Bag
Stephen Carpenter’s Part Time Job
Deftones’ guitarist Stephen Carpenter has his famous hands in another project dubbed Sol Invicto, which released their debut EP ‘Initium’ for free this week. It’s not lost on us that Carpenter’s Deftones bandmate Chino Moreno released an EP by his Crosses ††† side project for free on Facebook recently, as well. Check it out here.
Queens of the Prison Shower
As TMZ reports, former Queens of the Stone Age bassist Nick Oliveri has been charged with four felonies and could spend 15 years in prison.
The charges stem from an incident last month, when Oliveri — who’s most recently performed with Kyuss Lives! — surrendered to police in Los Angeles after a four-hour standoff with the SWAT team. Oliveri was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, and a subsequent search of his Hollywood home turned up cocaine, methamphetamines and a loaded rifle, according to TMZ.
Oliveri’s girlfriend accused the singer of hitting her repeatedly on July 11, the day before an argument overhead by neighbors ultimately led police to the couple’s door. The troubled rocker reportedly has a history of domestic violence, and in 2004, Queens of the Stone Age singer Josh Homme admitted that similar allegations had led to Oliver’s firing.
When Oliveri returns to court next month, he’ll face two counts each of possession of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance with a firearm, as well as one misdemeanor count of resisting, obstructing or delaying a police officer.
New Chimaira, New Album
A new Chimaira album is now streaming! Check it out here!
Maylene and The Leaking Tracks
Quiet Killer Career
Guitarist singer/Songwriter Mat Kearney has accomplished what most cannot…achieving major success with little to no radio attention. Though you probably have heard of him at some point be sure to check out his latest album Young Love, which debuted #4 on the Billboard 200 selling over 44,000 copies.
Island Def Jam Layoffs
Island Def Jam Music Group initiated another round of layoffs on Friday, according to multiple sources to Digital Music News. This time, the sources are coming from New York, and that’s where most of the cuts appear to be happening.
Read more here.
How Much Money?!
Some investors won’t spend more than a few hundred thousand on a promising startup - especially now. Yet major labels are still pouring millions to push releases and develop artists (like this $1.1 million cost for one song).
In fact, the IFPI estimates that a newly-signed pop act requires $1 million in capital to break. Similarly, an already-established, superstar artist breaks the bank with roughly $4.65 million invested around an album and related assets. Here’s the estimate from a recently-released, investment-focused IFPI report.
David Crosby (belated)
FRET12 Fan of the Week
Deftones Shake Up Lollapalooza
Surfing The Waves
Trivium has been busy touring and supporting their soon to be released album, In Waves. Singer/guitarist Matt Heafy sat down with Alternative Press and describe the album track for track. Check out the interview here.
Overkill Alert: Want To Hear Another New Staind Song?
Cypress Channels Slash
The Blink 182 Craze Continues
Chino Is Busy
Only Major Labels Can DIY
Can you realistically be a full-time musician and a full-time businessman at the same time? Do you even want to do both, and can you honestly afford a team that goes beyond spirited volunteers? In a recent interview with attorney Steve Gordon, Alligator Records founder Bruce Iglauer strongly argues in favor of partnering with an ‘aggressive, committed, independent label’ primarily for the connections and marketing knowledge the relationship offers. The alternative, as unromantic as it sounds, could be great music that remains buried in obscurity - forever. The interview appears in the just-published The Future of the Music Business, Third Edition.
Read more here…
John Howard has been chosen as the winner of the FRET12 Tremonti-Pack Giveaway!
Los Lonely Boys Interview
FRET12 Fan of the Week