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According to TMZ, AVENGED SEVENFOLD is attempting to stop its former label Warner Music from releasing a two-CD AVENGED SEVENFOLD collection called "The Best Of 2005-2013". The band sent a letter to the Warner's CFO claiming the company prepared the album without notifying them, letting them select the songs or prepare the artwork — a clear violation of their recording agreement. Warner Music announced an AVENGED greatest-hits package just days before the surprise unveiling of the band's new album, "The Stage", scheduling it for a...

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NICKELBACK Asks Canadian Police To Remove Post About Subjecting Drunk Drivers To Band’s Music
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The members of NICKELBACK aparently didn't see the humor in a police department in Canada's province of Prince Edward Island recent threat to impose "the NICKELBACK treatment" on anyone who drinks and drives. Canadian police warned drivers that they...

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NICKELBACK Asks Canadian Police To Remove Post About Subjecting Drunk Drivers To Band’s Music
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The members of NICKELBACK aparently didn't see the humor in a police department in Canada's province of Prince Edward Island recent threat to impose "the NICKELBACK treatment" on anyone who drinks and drives. Canadian police warned drivers that they...

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Nikki Sixx sat down with Mark Goodman and Alan Light, hosts of SiriusXM's "Debatable", to talk about his latest album with SIXX:A.M., his time in MÖTLEY CRÜE and how you won't ever see a reunion tour with the CRÜE. Speaking about MÖTLEY CRÜE's decision to call it quits after one last show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles following an eighteen-month tour that saw the band performing to packed houses all over the world, Sixx said (hear audio below): "MÖTLEY CRÜE was never really meant to stay together. I...

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Nikki Sixx sat down with Mark Goodman and Alan Light, hosts of SiriusXM's "Debatable", to talk about his latest album with SIXX:A.M., his time in MÖTLEY CRÜE and how you won't ever see a reunion tour with the CRÜE. Speaking about MÖTLEY CRÜE's decision to call it quits after one last show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles following an eighteen-month tour that saw the band performing to packed houses all over the world, Sixx said (hear audio below): "MÖTLEY CRÜE was never really meant to stay together. I...

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