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Tag Archives: Interscope Records

Van Halen Release Snippet Of A New Song Called “Blood And Fire”

Posted by on January 25, 2012

Looks like we won’t need to wait till tonight’s episode of CSI to hear a snippet of new Van Halen. The band has just posted a snippet of a new song called “Blood And Fire” online. It’s hard to judge a song based on only 90 seconds, but like the first single “Tattoo,” what we […]

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Looks Like The Songs Aren’t The Only Thing Van Halen Reworked For New Album

Posted by on January 12, 2012

When Sammy Hagar stated this past November that the new Van Halen album was supposedly full outtakes from the early days, most fans shrugged it off. Now, though, it looks like the Red Rocker might not be so off his rocker. Shortly after the video for Van Halen’s first single “Tattoo” made its way online, […]

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Is The New Van Halen Album Made Up Of Outtakes? Sammy Hagar Seems To Think So

Posted by on November 21, 2011

Of course, rumors and speculation about a new Van Halen record have been swirling around the web for a while now. But with a new recording deal with Interscope Records pretty much a sure thing now, it would appear that a new Van Halen album (their first with David Lee Roth in 27 years) could […]

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Van Halen Interscope Deal Looks Pretty Official

Posted by on November 18, 2011

When word broke last week that Van Halen was signing with Interscope Records after having been with Warner Bros. for their entire 34-year career, some chalked it up to rumors. Lord knows, there’s been quite a few of them lately. Even after The Hollywood Reporter claimed that a deal was in the can, many were still […]

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Van Halen’s Deal With Interscope Records Could Be Finalized By Next Week

Posted by on November 14, 2011

Last Thursday, rumors started to spread that Van Halen was signing a new recording deal with Interscope Records. While there’s always a need to be cautious regarding Van Halen talk, the signing seems likely since the band’s “surprise” appearance at the Grammy Nominations Concert Live show is about two weeks away. Well, now The Hollywood […]

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Van Halen Signs With Interscope Records?

Posted by on November 10, 2011

According to fan site Van Halen News Desk, the reunited Van Halen have signed a new recording deal with Interscope Records. Inside sources are claiming that the classic rock legends have also already settled on a top secret release date for early 2012. At this point, you may be asking yourself: “Wait, wasn’t Van Halen […]

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Win An Autographed CD And T-Shirt From Black Tide

Posted by on September 23, 2011

Last month, Black Tide released their sophomore album Post Mortem via Interscope Records after a long delay. And as they continue to rock out each night on the Rockstar Energy Uproar Tour’s second stage, we decided to give away an awesome collectors’ item from the band. Normally the CD/t-shirt bundle seen off to the side goes […]

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Interscope Records Denies Being Part Of Drug Ring

Posted by on September 19, 2011

Last week, it was revealed that the offices of Interscope Records were allegedly being used as a front for cocaine distribution. The DEA found records showing that James Rosemond (manager of Interscope artist The Game) was shipping road cases stuffed with kilos of cocaine and more than $1 million in cash from Manhattan to the […]

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Interscope Records Used As Front To Ship Drugs?

Posted by on September 15, 2011

This almost sounds too ridiculous to be true, but according to The Smoking Gun, a nationwide cocaine ring was recently broken up that involved using pickups and deliveries from Interscope Records. The Department of Justice gave defense lawyers shipping records detailing records of road cases that were stuffed with kilos of cocaine and more than […]

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PopCrush Hates The Cover Of Limp Bizkit’s “Gold Cobra” As Well

Posted by on August 4, 2011

The year isn’t even over yet, and PopCrush have already ranked the cover of Limp Bizkit’s Gold Cobra #1 on their “10 Worst Album Covers of 2011 (So Far)” list. This is notable because a) it’s a pop blog and the only “metal” release on the list  and b) it’s only August.

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