Janus Scraping Together Gas Money & New Rock Out Tomorrow — Angel’s Rock Report
With their second album, Nox Aeris, hitting stores tomorrow, Janus will return to the road following Wednesday’s hometown release party show at the Cubby Bear in Chicago. They’ll play a few nearby gigs this month, then hook up with Cavo on April 7th in Battle Creek, Michigan for a jaunt that will run almost all the way up to a May 25th appearance at the Rocklahoma festival.
Janus guitarist Mike Tyranski and bassist Alan Quitman on the effect of higher gas prices on touring
A man in Tampa, Florida is staring down the barrel of a major lawsuit after being accused of selling counterfeit Red Hot Chili Peppers T-shirts. The company the Chilis have licensed to sell their tees, Bravado International, filed suit last week against Mike Smith, according to TMZ. Bravado claims that not only is Smith infringing on the company’s rights, his inferior-quality shirts will harm its reputation, since customers think they’re getting the real thing.
Bravado is asking that Smith’s stash be destroyed, plus unspecified damages.
“Biggest Fan”, the first single from Sevendust spin-off group Call Me No One, is streaming now at Loudwire.com. A debut album, Last Parade, will be out June 5th.
IN STORES THIS WEEK:
Alter Bridge: Live at Wembley
This DVD/Blu-ray package is also available as a stand-alone CD.
Iron Maiden: En Vivo
This latest live release is available on two CDs, two DVDs and Blu-ray.
My Darkest Days: Sick and Twisted Affair
The Toronto rockers try to follow up their hit “Porn Star Dancing.”
Janus: Nox Aeris
This is the second album from the Chicago-area band.