Being in Sum 41 since 1996 brought us some of the best moments of our lives. We are forever grateful to our fans both old and new, who have supported us in every way. It is hard to articulate the love and respect we have for all of you and we wanted you to hear this from us first.
Sum 41 will be disbanding. We will still be finishing all of our current upcoming tour dates this year, and we’re looking forward to releasing our final album “Heaven :x: Hell”, along with a final worldwide headling tour to celebrate. Details will be announced as soon as we have them.
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Hey there my friends, I am here once again to share some music awards winners rundown from the recently held Alternative Press Music Awards. I shared this information last year as longer tenured readers might recall and it doesn’t hurt for more to learn who is getting awards for the work that they do in music. Truth be told this kind of music awards show is more in tune with what we cover here on PiercingMetal than the Grammy Awards are so let’s get down to business. I’ve left the nominees in the list as well so you can see who the winners beat out.
Winner: Lynn Gunn (PVRIS)
Ben Barlow (Neck Deep)
Cody Carson (Set It Off)
Derek DiScanio (State Champs)
John O’Callaghan (The Maine)
Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die)
Best Guitarist Presented By PRS:
Winner: Jordan Buckley (Every Time I Die)
Ben Weinman (The Dillinger Escape Plan)
Claudio Sanchez (Coheed And Cambria)
Reba Meyers (Code Orange)
Steve Menoian (I Prevail)
Teppei Teranishi (Thrice)
Best Hard Rock Artist:
Winner: The Pretty Reckless
Bullet For My Valentine
In This Moment
Continue reading Full Winners Of The 2017 Alternative Press Music Awards
Artist: Street Drum Corps
Title: “Street Drum Corps”
Label: Warcon Records
Release Date: 2/21/2006
Genre: Rock Punk Experimental
The debut of Street Drum Corps is one of those releases that seem to be aimed at a core group of music fans and listeners in general. The premise of the group whose membership is Brothers Bobby and Adam Alt along with Frank Zummo finds the three performing all types of drumming mixed in with some DJ mixes and looped recordings. The drumming is unique in the sense that it is not only done on conventional drums but sometimes basic things one sees at a construction site as well as some different types of world percussion devices. The recording while only 22 minutes long is essentially a long drum solo and this is what makes it appeal to only those who either perform themselves or are truly open minded to displays of experimentation. As a drummer myself I am more of a fan of the conventional style and don’t enjoy things that come across like the Broadway musical of “Stomp”. Despite my own reservations there are those that dig seeing what kind of drum patterns can be played on barrels and paint compound drums. Tommy Lee of Motley Crue made his drum solo during the Reunion shows very much like what the members of SDC were doing on this recording and I guess this is what inspired him. It is truly a very urban and streetwise release and could find a fan base among more Funk and Hip Hop oriented fans than Rockers. I suggest sampling this via the band website to be sure you are interested in what they are doing. It’s not for everyone.
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