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Florence And The Machine announces first shows of 2015, Hurricane and Southside Music Festivals

The popular English alternative rock band Florence And The Machine have just announced their first shows of 2015. In a post via Facebook the band said that they would be playing at the… 165 more words

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Refused announce 2015 reunion shows

Recently reunited Swedish hardcore punk band Refused has just announced the beginning of a short 2015 reunion show. Refused reunited after 14 years of inactivity in 2012 and the band last performed in December of 2012 and have been fairly quite up until now. 68 more words

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System Of A Down announce short tour to mark 100th anniversary of Armenia Genocide

Armenian-American rock band System Of A Down has just announced details on their “Wake Up The Souls” tour. The band will play several dates in Europe during 2015, marking the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. 105 more words

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Foo Fighters announce North American tour for 2015

One of the most popular modern rock bands in the world, the Foo Fighters have just announced plans for a North American tour in 2015. Supporting their most recent album, … 218 more words

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The Decemberists announce North American tour

The Decemberists have just announced a North American tour in support of their upcoming album, What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World. The tour will span 16 cities and begins on March 21st in the bands hometown of Portland, Oregon. 152 more words

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Alt-J reveal more US tour dates

English indie rock band Alt-J have announced more US tour dates on their upcoming tour in support of their new album, This Is All Yours… 295 more words

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Damon Albarn performs with De La Soul, Brian Eno and Graham Coxon at Royal Albert Hall Gig - Watch

On November 15th Gorillaz and Blur mastermind Damon Albarn performed at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall Venue in London. The show featured Gorillaz collaborators De La Soul, solo album collaborator Brian Eno and Blur bandmate Graham Coxon. 95 more words

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