One Day As A Lion Announce First Live Shows and More [Unplugging]
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The experimental rock collaboration consisting of Rage Against the Machine’s Zach de la Rocha and The Mar’s Volta’s Jon Theodore have announced shows in Los Angeles, CA and Pomona, CA. Locust’s Joey Karam will join the duo for the performances. That’s not all de la Rocha has planned – the Rage Against the Machine frontman is still fighting SB 1070, Arizona’s anti-immigration law. Joining Conor Oberst and the rest of the Sound Strike, he has planned a benefit concert for July 23rd at the Hollywood Palladium featuring none other than Rage Against the Machine. All proceeds from the show will benefit organizations, student groups, activists, legal defense funds, and more to combat the law. Also this week, HARD L.A was cancelled after a teenager’s death at Electric Daisy Carnival led to security concerns. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors wishes to appoint a task force to examine and improve “rave safety.” Don’t let that bum you out though – several festivals and tours have been announced that sound pretty legendary. Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax are heading out on tour this fall and resurrecting the line up from their classic 1991 “Clash of the Titans” tour. Treasure Island Festival and punk festival Riot Fest both announced stellar line-ups. And if that isn’t enough, Ted Leo has announced a fall tour (yeah, he definitely isn’t retiring from music.)
One Day As A Lion Announce First Ever Live Shows: One Day As A Lion, the experimental rock collaboration consisting of Rage Against the Machine’s Zach de la Rocha and The Mars Volta’s Jon Theodore, have announced their first live shows in undisclosed locations somewhere in California.
Rage Against the Machine and Conor Oberst To Play Benefit Concert: Rage Against the Machine has announced a concert at the Hollywood Palladium on July 23rd to support several organizations combating SB 1070, the anti-immigration law that is set to go into effect July 29th in Arizona.
HARD L.A. Canceled Due To Security Concerns: HARD L.A. has been cancelled due to a recent teenager’s death at the Electric Daisy Carnival. The cancellation results from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors vote last week to appoint a task force to examine and improve “rave safety.”
Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax Bring Back “Clash of the Titans” Tour Lineup: Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax are going on tour this fall and resurrecting the lineup from the classic 1991 “Clash of the Titans” tour. The tour kicks off in September and promises to bring back fond memories.
Treasure Island Festival Announces 2010 Lineup: The Treasure Island Music Festival, held October 16-17 in San Francisco, has announced its 2010 lineup. Some headliners of the festival include LCD Soundsystem, Belle & Sebastian, Deadmau5, Broken Social Scene, Four Tet, and Kruder & Dorfmeister.
Bad Religion, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Circle Jerks at Riot Fest this October: Punk festival Riot Fest, held in Chicago this October, has announced its 2010 lineup. The festival will feature Bad Religion, Might Mighty Bosstones, Circle Jerks, Articles of Faith, Snapcase, Less Than Jake, Bouncing Souls, and more.
Ted Leo Announces Fall Tour: Ted Leo has announced a North American tour with his band The Pharmacists for this fall. Follow the link for tour dates.