Artists – SIR SLY, WOLF GANG & SECRET SOMEONES
Date – Tuesday September 9th
Time 6:00 pm 
Event – FREE Performance & Autograph Signing. 

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WANT A FREE CONCERT? COME ON DOWN!! Looney Tunes is very happy to host a free concert for our friends. We have 3 amazing bands coming down on Tuesday September 9th at 6pm. SIR SLY, WOLF GANG and SECRET SOMEONES. All three bands will be playing a free concert for everyone.

The bands will be doing an autograph signing after the show. If you want to meet all 3 bands and get something signed or get a picture with the bands, we ask that you pre order the new SIR SLY CD that comes out September 16th. You can order the CD or the LP and you will get a wristband to meet all the bands. You can do that online or at the store that day. If you order online make sure you choose instore pick up for the shipping option because none of these orders will ship.

COME ON DOWN FOR A GREAT FREE SHOW! 

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Come join us at Looney Tunes on Sunday August 31st to remember the late, great, Mr. Johnny Winter!  In celebration of his life and his new album “Step Back”, we will be hosting a listening party for the new album at 12PM.  We will be spinning an LP test pressing of the new album, which you can enter to WIN!  Plus a ton of other great giveaways … just look at this!

 

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Hot Sauce!  Posters!  Turntable Slipmats!

 

So please come on down and join us.  This excellent event is NOT to be missed!

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A Skeletal Domain

To say “Cannibal Corpse are the biggest death metal band in the world” admittedly, is a lofty declaration; one made by Metal Hammer UK in an article back in 2009. Since then, the band has released “Evisceration Plague” and “Torture” – both included future classic Corpse cuts, reaped praise from press and fans across the globe, and both accumulated sales on a level rarely seen in death metal. In direct contrast with the “decline” of the music industry, Cannibal Corpse appears to be growing in popularity. 2006′s “Kill” debuted on the Billboard Top 200 at #170, followed by “Evisceration Plague” at #66 in 2009, and #38 in 2012 with “Torture.” Whether or not that trend will continue is impossible to predict, but George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher (vocals), Alex Webster (bass), Pat O’Brien (guitar), Rob Barrett (guitar), and Paul Mazurkiewicz (drums) plan to continue to expose legions of metal fans to their hyper-brutal brand of death metal in 2014 and beyond. The campaign beings in the summer of 2014 as Coldcock Herbal Whiskey Stage headliners on the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival, immediately followed by the release their thirteenth studio album: “A Skeletal Domain.”

 

Lucky number thirteen? Lucky or not, it’s a quantity of releases (not even counting VHS/DVD releases and EPs) and a wealth of material beyond which most bands could even imagine. Cannibal Corpse approaches each recording session with a honed and precise vision of a band in their third decade of existence. With this new entry to their extensive catalog, they have switched gears, opting to work with producer Mark Lewis at Audio Hammer Studios, after having tracked their previous three (Kill, Evisceration Plague, Torture) with Erik Rutan. Mark Lewis is a name metal fans have surely heard at this point; he has produced recent albums from The Black Dahlia Murder, DevilDriver, and many more. Sonically speaking, the result this time around is a massive, belligerent, and deliberate aural attack.

 

Preparation for “A Skeletal Domain” did not vary significantly from previous efforts. “At the end of the day, we’re still making a death metal record, no matter where it’s being recorded,” says bassist Alex Webster. Mark Lewis offered a slightly different, modern recording approach, but the band stressed that they could not be more pleased with their previous albums with Rutan, and the door is most definitely open to work with him again in the future. Changing producers is something the band has historically done after every few albums, if only to not get too comfortable. Cannibal Corpse also tried to step outside of their comfort zone when it came to songwriting and their musical performances. “Consistency is often confused with repetition. We are established with what we do as a band, and we could relax and not push ourselves, but we try to push the envelope. That’s what makes this exciting,” adds Webster. He continues, “Anyone who really listens to this album with an open mind will hear that it’s not same-old same-old.” Mark Lewis would concur with Webster’s analysis and even goes a step further by claiming that “there are moments on this record that have never happened in musical history.”

 

Alex Webster, along with O’Brien, Barrett, and Mazurkiewicz, are all accomplished song writers, that much is no secret. For “A Skeletal Domain,” each member made a significant contribution to the song writing. O’Brien wrote five tracks, Webster wrote four, and Barrett handled two and half (“Asphyxiate to Resuscitate” was co-written with Mazurkiewicz). Alex Webster describes the band’s song writing proficiency as a “football team with a lot of roster depth. Any of us could write an entire album, but when we’re working together and putting forth our best material, we get an even better whole record.”

 

That strength is on display in spades, and led to a particularly impressive performance from O’Brien. Mark Lewis raved about the guitarist’s playing: “I don’t think he’s written crazier music than what’s on this album. He’s never written something like on the solo for “The Murderer’s Pact.” Simply put, this is legit guitar playing.” Webster reiterated that this is “one of the most important albums for Pat [O'Brien].” His solos draw on his oft-overlooked neo-classical background while remaining dark enough to fit comfortably within the band’s death metal strike zone.

 

In addition to Pat’s contributions, Paul Mazurkiewicz entered the studio arguably more prepared than ever. Mark Lewis elaborated: “Paul came in so prepared and he hammered the hell out of every song. The drums on this record are not over doctored – they are not edited to the grid, and you can plainly hear the drums are just real and raw. It’s paul at his best and he just HIT HARD.” In addition to his drum performance, Mazurkiewicz’s lyrics continued to weave detail-filled tales of death and disgust. The drummer penned half of the album’s lyrics, with Webster penning four, and Barrett another two to round out the album.

 

The musical and lyrical team effort here laid the foundation for the vocal performance of iconic front man, George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher. For “A Skeletal Domain,” producer Mark Lewis worked to cull the most potent performance from the vocalist as possible. Lewis explains: “The mindset with George was to capture more high screams. We wanted to revisit the “Bloodthirst” days a bit. There’s a violence that lives in his throat that we really wanted to capture.” Evidence of these efforts exists in the violent howls in “Headlong into Carnage,” the title track, album opener “High Velocity Impact Splatter,” and more. Corpsegrinder’s trademark vocals are the final piece of the death metal puzzle that is “A Skeletal Domain.” Cannibal Corpse have proven time and again that they have more fuel in their tank, more riffs in their minds, and more ways to describe gore than any single group of human beings could ever have hoped. The thirteenth album will prove to be as important a landmark in their career as just about any other. Cannibal Corpse are consistency defined.

 

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Anthrax’s new DVD “Chile on Hell” is due out September 16th.  Be one of the first 50 people to pre-order the DVD or Blu-Ray version here at the store and you will receive a FREE ticket to the advance screening of the movie on September 15th @ Cinema Village (22 E. 12th Street) @ 9PM in NYC!  

This should sell out pretty quickly, so jump on this opportunity while you can!

 

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In Flames PRE-ORDERS UP NOW!

Posted On August - 21 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

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Sweden’s In Flames have built their reputation as one of the most respected and beloved modern metal bands over the course of 10 records, selling three million albums and packing venues all over the world in the process. The band will return this September with their eleventh album Siren Charms.

The new album will be released via Sony/RED in the U.S. and lands in stores on September 9.

 

Formed in 1990, In Flames, who redefined the melodic metal genre and continue to create music that defies simple categorization, have been blazing a metal trail for nearly 25 years, having toured with everyone from Metallica to Slipknot to Killswitch Engage to Slayer. Many of their albums, namely 1996′s The Jester Race, 1999′s Colony and 2000′s Clayman, are considered modern metal classics and “essential listening” by both fans and critics.

Yet, two decades deep, the band remains vital and continues to up the ante.

In Flames have delivered what will be considered one of the best albums of their already impressive catalog with Siren Charms, taking a huge step forward all the while remaining true to the sound that earned them their status as a hard rock band to watch, within the scene and beyond.

About the album, the band said, “We recorded in the legendary Hansa Tonstudios in Berlin over the course of six intense weeks. This is In Flames 2014, all for the fans to use and abuse.”

The release date for the 11-song effort will be preceded by first single “Rusted Nail.”

Through the years, In Flames have pocketed numerous awards, including two German Metal Hammer Awards; a Metal Hammer Golden Gods Award; and multiple Swedish Grammys.

Their last album, 2011′s Sounds of a Playground Fading, achieved Gold status in their homeland.

But In Flames are not satisfied with stopping there. They are currently putting together tour plans which will bring them to North America.

In Flames fans can expect to see and hear plenty from the band as it supports Siren Charms.

In Flames Siren Charms track listing:

01. In Plain View
02. Everything’s Gone
03. Paralyzed
04. Through Oblivion
05. With Eyes Wide Open
06. Siren Charms
07. When the World Explodes
08. Rusted Nail
09. Dead Eyes
10. Monsters in the Ballroom
11. Filtered Truth

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge!

Posted On August - 21 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Karl Jr takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! We nominate RED Distribution, Music Millenium and Billy Joel!

More importantly Looney Tunes has donated $500 to this great cause! For more information visit ALSA.ORG

 

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SOJA – great new music out today!

Posted On August - 12 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

 KARL JR – PICK OF THE WEEK

Artist – SOJA
Title – “Amid the Noise and the Haste”

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Looking for something cool to pick up this week? How about the new SOJA album entitled “Amid the Noise and Haste”. Pick up ONLINE here or at the store.

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Biography

Mention folk music to the average listener and the list of usual suspects come to mind: Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Woodie Guthrie, etc. Talk to SOJA lead singer/guitarist Jacob Hemphill, however, and you’ll walk away with a different perspective. “To me, Rage Against The Machine, Wu -Tang Clan, Sade, Johnny Cash, Bob Marley – they’re all folk artists,” he says. “There’s no difference between Raekwon saying, ‘I grew up on the crime side, the New York Times side, where staying alive was no jive,’ to Bob Marley saying, ‘Cold ground was my bed last night and rock was my pillow, too,’ to Johnny Cash saying, ‘I know I had it coming, I know I can’t be free, but those people keep on moving (around) and that’s what tortures me.’ Folk is all about storytelling and passing on a legacy. It’s timeless, it’s limitless and it crosses all boundaries. That’s what this band is striving for. It’s a tall order,” he laughs, “but we’re making our way.”

They’ve raised the bar with Strength to Survive, their fourth full-length album, an intoxicating mix of hot-rod reggae grooves and urgent, zeitgeist-capturing themes. The album, produced by John Alagia (Dave Matthews, John Mayer, O.A.R.), is the band’s first for ATO, the label co-founded by Dave Matthews.

Hemphill says the album was greatly inspired by Bob Marley’s Survival. “That’s the greatest reggae album ever made,” he says. “It has the best basslines and the best lyrics ever heard on one record. Marley wrote it after he went to Africa. I was 13 or 14 when I listened to it for the first time and it triggered all these long-forgotten memories of when I lived in Africa as a kid. My dad was an IMF res rep in Liberia in the late 80’s. I remember when the coup first started—- my family had to hide in these iron bathtubs for 3 days because the military was shooting at everything. I was 7 and that was one of my first memories. We made it out on the last flight. So Africa was always a big part of our lives—- it defined our family, in a way. Music came right after that, so, for me, music was always tied to Africa and music was always something powerful.”

Shortly after returning from Africa, Hemphill met Bobby Lee (bass) in the first grade in Virginia. The two instantly became best friends, finding common ground through their love of hip hop, rock and reggae which they performed together at their middle school talent shows. Throughout high school, they met Ryan Berty (drums), Kenneth Brownell (percussion) and Patrick O’Shea (keyboards) and together formed SOJA. The band gigged locally in the DC area while a couple of the guys finished school, all the while making plans to hit the road after graduation. They actually wound up owning the road.

Over the course of the past few years, SOJA has sold more than 200,000 albums, headlined large theaters in more than 20 countries around the world, generated over 70 million YouTube views, amassed over 3 million Facebook fans, and attracted an almost Grateful Dead-like international fanbase that grows with each tour, with caravans of diehards following them from city to city. Most impressive of all, they’ve accomplished all this on their own. This 8-piece band has spent the past year and a half grinding it out from venue to venue, playing more than 360 dates, including headlining sold-out tours of North and South America, as well as opening for O.A.R. and sharing stages with everyone from Dave Matthews Band to Incubus.

With Strength to Survive, the band makes an impassioned call for unity and change with universally relatable songs about faith, hope and love. “I could go on and on about the horrible damage we’ve done to the earth or the problems that arise when countries compete for money over an imaginary border, but the album has one central theme,” says Hemphill, “and that’s our hope for the world to be one family.”

It’s a concept best exemplified in the song “Everything Changes.” “People out there with no food at night,” sings Hemphill, “And we say we care, but we don’t, so we all lie/But what if there’s more to this, and one day we become what we do, not what we say/Maybe we need to want to fix it. Maybe stop talking, maybe start listening/ Maybe we need to look at this world less like a square and more like a circle.”

Among the album’s many highlights is the ethereal “Let You Go,” about the road not taken, “Mentality,” the disc’s hard-hitting opening track, and the one-two punch of “Be With Me Now” and “When We Were Younger,” the latter bringing together the macro and the micro with the simple yet resonant line, “All of my answers, now that I’m older, turn into questions.”

Hemphill says the band’s simple and honest approach to music is what’s enabled them to break through obstacles of language, distance and culture in amassing an international following. “What’s the alternative – pop music?” he laughs. “Pop music—especially American pop music, is about having money, sleeping with models, living in mansions, spending all of our time in clubs and generally being better than the rest of the world. It’s funny, ‘cuz everyone here is broke. We sing about different things—things that actually matter. I think our fans appreciate that.”

“When I look out in the audience and I see these kids with tears in their eyes, not because I’m singing a love song, but because I’m singing about how the world is dying and we’re the only ones who can stop it, that is huge. I live for that. We played a festival in Brazil in front of 80,000 people, and everybody was singing every word—in English. After one of the songs, I told them, ‘We’re on the road a lot, and people always ask me, “Don’t you ever get homesick? Don’t you miss your family?” I said, ‘It took me awhile to realize this, but this is my home, and you all are my family.’ The place just blew up. It was amazing. But it’s the truth—those are my people and I always want to do right by them. It’s is the only game in town for me.” ❖

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Over the course of the past few years, SOJA has sold more than 200,000 albums, headlined large theaters in more than 20 countries around the world, generated over 70 million YouTube views, amassed over 3 million Facebook fans, and attracted an almost Grateful Dead-like international fanbase that grows with each tour, with caravans of diehards following them from city to city.

Most impressive of all, they’ve accomplished all this on their own. This 8-piece band has spent the past year and a half grinding it out from venue to venue, playing more than 360 dates, including headlining sold-out tours of North and South America, as well as opening for O.A.R. and sharing stages with everyone from Dave Matthews Band to Incubus

With their latest release, Strength To Survive, the band makes an impassioned call for unity and change with universally relatable songs about faith, hope and love

Ace Frehley Space Invader

Posted On August - 9 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

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THE SPACE MAN IS BACK!!

Ace Frehley has a new album coming out August 19th entitled “SPACE INVADER”

Pre order your copy now! All prices are good for pre orders now until August 18th. Our super low price is even below our cost! So order today!

 

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Artist  FLYLEAF
Event - Performance & Autograph Signing
Date –   Wednesday September 17th
Time –  6:00 PM 

FLYLEAF will be coming to Looney Tunes to celebrate the release of their new record “BETWEEN THE STARS”. The band will be here to play some songs for everyone and then hang around and meet fans. FREE POSTERS WILL BE GIVEN TO EVERYONE! We will also have a photographer on hand so you can get a picture with the band too! You need to pre order the bands new record to get a wristband to this event. You can order the CD or the LP to get a wristband.  There is a $3 paypal fee if you order online.  There is no paypal fee of course if you order at the store.

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Bio:

Music comes to life when it must.  It lies dormant and then blossoms in its creator at just the right moment.  For Flyleaf, that was definitely the case when they began making their fourth full-length album and first for Loud & Proud RecordsBetween The Stars.

 

You could chalk it up to serendipity, but it simply feels meant to be.  Seizing that spirit, the band—Kristen May [vocals], Sameer Bhattacharya [guitar], Jared Hartmann [guitar], Pat Seals [bass], and James Culpepper [drums]—immediately thrust themselves into the creative process.

 

“When we started writing this record, we had a common hardship,” admits Kristen.  “Their singer had quit, and my previous band had broken up.  As writers, we weren’t really sure how to move forward. At the same time, we all had this shared feeling of hope and a second chance.  Music came out of those experiences from coming together and persevering through whatever doubts and trials we faced in our lives.  It felt like home once we began making music.”

 

Sameer concurs, “It just worked. We were bringing in different perspectives and ideas from earlier times.  It was a new beginning for all of us.”

 

That new beginning also entailed another first for the group.  They sought out the production talents of the iconic Don Gilmore [Linkin Park, Three Days Grace, Avril Lavigne], holing up in a Los Angeles studio with him for a month during the spring of 2014.  With Gilmore behind the board, they captured a certain “magic” that proved both passionate and palpable.

 

Throughout this entire process, Flyleaf engaged its devout and diehard fan base.  Launching an extensive PledgeMusic campaign, the quintet was able to crowd-fund some incredible opportunities for listeners.  Fans got the chance to hang in the studio while the band worked on Between The Stars and had the opportunity to hear the music first at an exclusive listening party.  That immersion will continue as they head out on the road in support of the record over the course of the next year.

 

Those fans have been with Flyleaf for the entire ride, beginning over a decade ago.  Along the way, their self-titled debut went platinum and yielded the hit “All Around Me,” which also moved over one million digital downloads.  The record spent 133 weeks in the Billboard Top 200, climbing to the Top 15 of the Rock Albums and Alternative Albums charts as well.  Its follow-up, Memento Mori, saw the group crack the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200.  They’ve touched down for shows everywhere from Afghanistan, where they played for the troops, to sold out gigs around the U.S. alongside everybody from Rage Against The Machine to Deftones to Cage The Elephant.

 

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Artist  THE LAST INTERNATIONALE
Event - Performance & Autograph Signing
Date –   NEW DAY** Monday August 25th
Time –  NEW TIME** 7:00 PM 

PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE DATE CHANGE!!!! 

THE LAST INTERNATIONALE will be coming to Looney Tunes to celebrate the release of their new record “We Will Reign“. The band will be here to play some songs for everyone and then hang around and meet fans. FREE POSTERS WILL BE GIVEN TO EVERYONE! We will also have a photographer on hand so you can get a picture with the band too! You need to pre order the bands new record to get a wristband to this event. You can order the CD or the LP to get a wristband.  There is a $3 paypal fee if you order online.  There is no paypal fee of course if you order at the store.

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Founded by New York City natives Delila Paz and Edgey Pires, The Last Internationale quickly forged a reputation for poetic, socially conscious songs and explosive live performances. Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), noted, “The Last Internationale are one of my favorites in the next wave of rebel rockers. They’re raw and real and mix East Village rock sensibilities with Battleship Potemkin firepower.”

Over Thanksgiving dinner at Morello’s home, talk turned to the duo’s need for a drummer. Morello suggested they talk with Brad Wilk (Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave), and got Brad on the phone. After hearing the material and bonding with Edgey & Delila, Wilk signed on. The Last Internationale’s debut album – Brendan O’Brien (Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam, Neil Young) – will be released by Epic Records in 2014.

 

A few words on The Last Internationale written by Bill Ayers:

Shortly after the legendary rebel singer Pete Seeger passed from this world, a friend passed on to me We Will Reign from The Last Internationale—and life came back into balance. Sad to say so long to Pete who’d provided so many sweet harmonies for many, many righteous campaigns gone by, but ecstatic to meet the newest phoenix rising from the old and laying down a powerful soundtrack for what lies ahead. Delila’s strikingly lucid voice, Edgey’s driving chords, Brad’s perfect beats mixed with a vision that synchronizes: it’s all such a stunning symmetry.

The Last Internationale picks up the torch carried in various places and at different times by Bob Marley and the Wailers, Nina Simone, Public Enemy, Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Rage Against the Machine, and hundreds more. That torch is deployed here to illuminate the dark spaces of injustice as well as to light up a path toward freedom. The Last Internationale speaks with passion and intimacy to anarchists and guerrillas, to comrades-in-arms, to friends and strangers alike, tripping and running, busting out of jail—breaking all the entanglements that ensnare us, all the cotton wool that smothers us—searching out the rhythms of resistance, and deploying every one of the weapons within reach: truth-telling and courage, beauty and form, abiding patience and infinite perseverance, indignation, urgency, incitement, and mostly love. These power-house rebel-rockers hold the torch with renewed confidence and a sparkling fresh spirit.

We Will Reignoverflows with emotional richness and humanity, challenges us to throw off the lifeless, unpleasant, and unerotic in our lives, and announces a profound truth: any revolution worth having will be powered by a deep desire for joy as well as justice. We can feel the thud of the police stick and the searing pain of the interrogation cell, but also the exhilaration of choosing to lead a moral life in a world gone mad, and the power of pursuing a politics based on freedom dreams beyond dogma and opportunism. The music hums with the universal hope for a world in balance and at peace, and it’s punctuated with the most basic human cry: I shall create! I found myself provoked and agitated, gasping for air, talking to myself and hollering back, laughing through tears while screaming above the ecstasy. WWR does what good art demands: I was in orbit.

We Will Reign—part joyous awakening, part indictment of unnecessary suffering, part astonishing love-letter, and part full-throated invitation to a revolution—is not so much a map as a beckoning, not a completed script, but fragments of an unfinished improvisation. They have a story to tell, a thousand stories really, echo after echo from long ago and from just a minute past, reverberations booming toward an uncertain future and ricocheting back at us, refrains from the rough but lovely localities of the wretched of the earth to the hard boundaries of lost and disappearing things. Every line calls us together and invites us to create, each gestures toward a world that could be but is not yet; every note offers another door you might squeeze through in search of the rest of your life. Turn the knob, slip the lip, dive headfirst into the wreckage—now there you are.

 

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