CAR BOMB will be entering the XM Radio station tomorrow, Thursday August 16, at 4:00 pm EST for ‘Hostile Takeover’. ‘Hostile Takeover’ is an hour-plus live program on XM Channel 42 Liquid Metal (Channel 841 for Direct TV subscribers), where CAR BOMB will join regular ‘Mercury’ host Katie Brutal to talk about their brand new album Centralia, as well as their current U.S. tour, all while having complete control over the program’s playlist. CAR BOMB are currently out on a month-long run in support of Centralia that kicked-off on August 5 in Lawrence, KS. From there, the band has been working their way through the South and along the East Coast. CAR BOMB are joined by LAST CHANCE TO REASON for most of this Metal Maniacs, MetalKult.com, and SickDrummer.com sponsored tour. A listing of confirmed dates can be found below with more to be announced shortly.
CAR BOMB drummer Elliot Hoffman will be also featured on SickDrummer.com later this month as their featured drummer PodCast interview. Hoffman’s interview will go live on August 27 at 9:00 pm EST. See our PodCast Details page for more info...
Derek Roddy and the extreme music pioneers, "Today Is The Day", return to the road to headline the SuperNova Records 2007 North American Tour in September and October.
Featuring four SuperNova Records artists -- Today Is The Day, Defcon 4, Christine and Taipan -- the coast-to-coast tour coincides with the release of "Axis Of Eden", Today Is The Day's first new studio album in 3 years, due out on Sept 18 on SuperNova Records. The tour and the album both feature new Today Is The Day drummer, Derek Roddy.
The SuperNova Records 2007 North American Tour is officially sponsored by Revolver Magazine, Guitar World Magazine's MetalKult.com, Meinl Cymbals, GrindStix Drumsticks and Mesa Boogie Amps.
SuperNova Records was founded in 2006 by Today Is The Day frontman (and veteran producer, whose production credits include Lamb Of God and Converge), Steve Austin. SuperNova Records is distributed exclusively by MRI/RED in the US, FAB in Canada, Cargo in Europe, and IODA for all digital distribution.