Posted by Zach Shaw on March 7, 2011
Want to own Chimaira’s homage to Charlie Sheen? Now you can, since the band’s cover of “Wild Thing” is now available for download via iTunes.
Posted by Zach Shaw on November 12, 2010
Apple’s iTunes based social network site Ping has been less than successful. In addition to technical problems such as spammers, a majority of people simply haven’t been using it. But a new partnership is hoping to fix that, as Ping and Twitter have officially integrated. Users with accounts on both sites can now sync the […]
Posted by Zach Shaw on October 14, 2010
Soundgarden’s video for the song “Black Rain” is currently iTunes “Free Video Of The Week” and is available for free download until October 18.
Posted by Zach Shaw on August 16, 2010
Ozzy Osbourne has released a free iTunes app that allows fans to access videos, photo galleries, concert dates and links to music that can be purchased in the iTunes store. The app, simply called Ozzy, also features a built-in wall to allow fans to comment on images and interact with each other.
Posted by Zach Shaw on July 21, 2010
A live EP featuring songs recorded during The Sword’s appearance at the iTune’s festival in London, England at the beginning of July is available for purchase via iTunes.
Posted by Zach Shaw on July 13, 2010
A new live EP featuring six songs recorded during Ozzy Osbourne’s appearance at London’s iTunes Festival is now available for purchase via Amazon. Nah, we’re just yanking your chain, it’s on iTunes.
Posted by Dan Rodriguez on September 17, 2009
From the douchery files: music royalty groups ASCAP and BMI are pressing iTunes and other online music stores to pay performance fees on 30-second song previews available when shopping for music, as well as individual downloads of songs and TV shows and movies featuring their artists’ music. Yes, this is insane, and it’s ASCAP and […]