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Glam revivalists the Darkness blessed us all roughly a decade ago with "I Believe In A Thing Called Love," before coming to an end in 2006. But in the last few years they've been building up momentum…   Read Story »
The Darkness' third album Hot Cakes is every bit as good as the band's first two so it's nice to see them getting another push here, with a video for "With A Woman," my favorite song on Hot Cakes.…   Read Story »
"Don't call it a comeback" is usually a phrase uttered self-protectively by musicians who are very much coming back from some degree of obscurity. Dr. Dre wasn't exactly absent during the seven-year…   Read Story »
I kinda feel like the Darkness don't do themselves any favors. They take every cliche in the Spinal Tap playbook, blow it up to Jumbotron proportions, and add assless chaps. I mean, just look at that…   Read Story »
British cock-rock revivalists have come up with a pretty good way to insure that people will actually watch their new lyric video for the song "Every Inch Of You": For the whole first verse, they…   Read Story »
Depending on how you look at it, Sunday's Super Bowl telecast was dominated either by the Giants or by M.I.A.'s middle finger. But how about the commercials? Well, given how expensive all of dem…   Read Story »
This was not the week to release a halfassed music video. This was the week when a whole lot of people, from microbudget indie nobodies to massive stars, worked hard on giving us something. Even the…   Read Story »
British rawk revivalists the Darkness, still best-known for believing in a thing called love, parted ways in 2006, but they're back together and yowling as loud as ever. In the video for their new…   Read Story »
UK glam-rock outfit The Darkness will need a new lead singer, thanks to now-departed, lead-screamer Justin Hawkin's slight affection for the nose candy. Justin started taking coke at the same time "I…   Read Story »
Keane singer Tom Chaplin has entered rehab, forcing the band to cancel its North American tour. Fifteen-year-old Chaplin writes on"I've been having to deal with an increasing problem…   Read Story »