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2011

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Pastel Jack – Trojan Horse

  Pastel Jack are a four-piece heavy metal band from Hull, England. 'Trojan Horse' is their 2011 debut album containing twelve tracks of thrashy rock. It is ...

More 2011 News

Iowa

Slipknot Release 10th Anniversary Edition of ‘Iowa’ on October 31st

SLIPKNOT’s ‘Iowa’, the ground-breaking Des Moines-based band’s modern classic of a second album, sees a ‘10th Anniversary edition’, released through Roadrunner ...
The Path of Totality

Korn Release New Album ‘The Path of Totality’ on December 10th

KORN are set to release their tenth studio album, 'The Path of Totality' on December 5th, 2011. 'The Path of Totality' is ...
Sona

Introducing: Sona

4 hometown boys who hail from Sheffield. The music performed and written by this handsome quartet believe they have something fresh ...
Taking Over The Dancefloor

Nadia Oh – Taking Over The Dancefloor

Track Listing: 1. Taking Over The Dancefloor 2. Taking Over The Dancefloor (Original Mix) Taking Over The Dancefloor: Nadia Oh, initially a passable singer/rapper, ...
Hair

Lady GaGa – Hair

Track Listing: 1. Hair Hair: From the soulful opening; it's pretty obvious that this is going to be a passionate affair, but I ...
Party Rock Anthem Ft. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock

LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem Ft. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock

Track Listing: 1. Part Rock Anthem Ft. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock Part Rock Anthem Ft. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock: Riding on the recent ...
Wonderland

Natalia Kills – Wonderland

Track Listing: 1. Wonderland Wonderland: 'Mirrors', Natalia Kills' debut single, has been doing fairly well throughout Europe, but she has gathered criticism for ...
Born This Way

Lady GaGa – Born This Way

Track Listing: 1. Born This Way Born This Way: "I consider myself to be one of the greatest songwriters", Lady GaGa states, matter-of-factly, ...
tasmania

Amanda Palmer – Map of Tasmania (video)

Link (in case the above doesn't work) Amanda Palmer: \"Map of Tasmania\" Review of the pubic hair in Amanda Palmer’s “Map of Tasmania” ...