News•December 5, 2002 12:16 AM ET•3,259 views
Shogun to reform and release full-length
Since disbanding at the beginning of this year, Colorado's Shogun have been tossing around the idea of regrouping, in one fashion or another. It seems they've finally made up their minds as the group will be continuing on, as a studio band for now. They hope to release a new full-length within the next year or so, and while not opposed to playing live shows, they are at the mercy of their bassist Tim, who is currently devoting his energy to his band One Dying Wish. We'll keep you posted. In related news, Shogun side-project Dartanian has finished recording some material, some of which will be posted on MP3.com in a few days, upon approval. The outfit is apparently "tongue in cheek" from a musical standpoint, featuring 80's style metal and catchy hooks. Should be interesting.
Turnstile announce North American fall tour
Turnstile will headline a six-week tour later this year.
Video: 10-year-old girl covers Spiritbox on America's Got Talent
Not only was Miss Harper on network TV last night — she also performed with Spiritbox in London.