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Yearly Archives: 2011

Interview with Durell Smith of COPE

Cope is a Canadian metal band from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  The following exclusive interview was conducted by Dr. Destrukto in 2010. 0.5 Who are you? My name is Durell Smith, and i play drums in Cope. 1 What has your band been up to lately? Recording a new 10″ record, writing a lot, playing shows, [...]
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Interview with Topon Das of F*ck the Facts (FTF)

F*ck the Facts Exclusive Interview with Topon Das F*ck the Facts is a Canadian band from Ottawa, Ontario that began in the late nineties as a solo recording project by guitarist Topon Das. After many early split tapes, F*ck the Facts was assembled as a live band in 2001, the same year their first full-length, [...]
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“Weird Al” Yankovic – Canadian Idiot

The legendary parody songster unleashes on Canada in this hilarious satirical song set to clips of Strange Brew and Canadian Bacon. The song was released in 2006 on his album Straight Outta Lynwood. The song is a parody of the song American Idiot by punk band Green Day. In this song, Yankovic makes fun of [...]
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Toronto’s CKLN-FM Has License Revoked by CRTC

According to the Montreal Gazette, The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced on January 28, 2011 that it has revoked the license of CKLN-FM. CKLN was the community-based radio station located on Toronto’s Ryerson University campus but not run by, or affiliated with, the school. CRTC ruled that: “CKLN Radio Inc., was found to [...]
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Ken Mode to Release New CD

Veteran Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada heavy metal band KEN MODE has announced that it will release a new CD entitled “Venerable” on March 15, 2011. The album will be distributed by Profound Lore Records. The album was produced by Kurt Ballou (Converge) at God City Studios and mastered by Alan Douches. The band is planning to [...]
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Punk Rock Canada: Crash’n’Burn Documentary

Crash’n’Burn Check out this documentary about punk rock from Canada circa 1977. The film features Teenage Head, the Dishes, Nazi Dog and the Viletones. The film includes interviews with David W. Buchan, Peter Goddard, Danny Fields and Gary Cormier. Parts of this Canadian documentary were shot at the Toronto venues Crash’n’Burn and the New Yorker [...]
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Speedway Is My Life: The Documentary

Speedway is my Life Here is the true story of The Speedway Detectives, a punk rock band from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada that existed from the late 1997 to 2007. This documentary features lead singer and guitarist Camden Blues along with guitarist Speed Jay Ritchie. Camden and Jay perfectly detail the history of the band [...]
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Punk Rock Documentary: London, Ontario

Stinkin’ Out The Joint A film by Mario Circelli circa 2003 about the local punk rock scene in London, Ontario, Canada in conjunction with “The Doc Days of Winter” series. Interview segments were filmed in July 2002 during the Boot To The Head reunion concerts in London, Ontario. The documentary was narrated by Tony Lima. [...]
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Bands from Canada

Canadian Bands Revolution Music Canada is all about Canadian bands.  We have been a project recording studio in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada since the early 1990′s.  We have recorded dozens of Canadian bands.   For more information on our recording history, please check the old site.  Also, check bandwiki for a lot of information on [...]
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Protest the Hero to Release New CD

New Release News Protest the Hero –  Scurrilous The third studio release from Canada metal band Protest the Hero called Scurrilous is due on March 22, 2011 in the United States. The cd will be released on Vagrant Records and is the follow up the band’s last album Fortress. The band is expected to begin [...]
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