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Limp Bizkit Launch South American Tour, Still No Word on 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants' Seventh Album Release

Limp Bizkit will play four concerts this month in South America, including a stop at Peru's Vivo X El Rock Festival. Meanwhile, Bizkit fans patiently await news on the release of 'Stampede of the Disco Elephants,' the band's upcoming seventh album.

Advance Base, Lo-Fi Pop Project From Ex-Casiotone for the Painfully Alone Singer, Releases Live Album 'In Bloomington'

Advance Base, nom de plume of singer-songwriter Owen Ashworth, will release live album 'In Bloomington' this July. The LP from the artist formerly known as Casiotone for the Painfully Alone documents a rare performance featuring his full-band lineup.

Strangers for Way Too Long: Ian Curtis, Joy Division Remembered on 36th Anniversary of the Venerated English Singer's Death

Yesterday marked the 36th anniversary of the death of legendary musician Ian Curtis, acclaimed singer and songwriter of infuential English post-punk band Joy Division. The anguished frontman committed suicide on May 18, 1980 at 23.

Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill Members Unite to Form Rap-Rock Supergroup Prophets of Rage

Members of Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave are reportedly joining forces with rappers Chuck D of Public Enemy and Cypress Hill's B-Real to launch a new rap metal supergroup called Prophets of Rage.

Desperado Waiting for a Train: Guy Clark, Legendary Nashville Country Crooner and Outlaw Music Originator, Dies at 74

Revered Nashville-by-way-of-Texas country singer, Guy Clark, died on Tuesday, aged 74. The Grammy Award-winning outlaw troubadour is best remembered for his oft-covered '70s hits, "Desperados Waiting for a Train" and "L.A. Freeway.”

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