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311 – ARCHIVE Features Wide Range of Rarities from 1992 – 2014
Including 61 Previously Unreleased Recordings & a 60-page Book

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June 2, 2015 – New York, NY – Legendary alternative rock band 311 will celebrate its milestone 25th year with a career-spanning Volcano Entertainment/Legacy Recordings 4-CD box set 311 – ARCHIVE, available everywhere on June 30th, and supported by a 30-show US tour. Fans are now able to pre-order the 4-CD set, bundled with a limited-edition lithograph and/or collector’s patch, from set is also available for pre-order on Amazon (

311 – ARCHIVE commemorates the multi-platinum band’s silver anniversary with an unprecedented four-disc 81 track compilation of unreleased songs, b-sides, bonus tracks, pre-production recordings, alternate versions & demos (see attached tracklisting). As if that weren’t enough, 311 – ARCHIVE also features a 60-page book filled with rare photos, flyers, memorabilia, and artifacts from the bands personal collection.

“In preparing to make this Box Set, we took a trip through our own history and the history of our studio recordings from Music to Stereolithic,” writes 311 in 311 – ARCHIVE’s exclusive liner notes. “We felt that we didn’t really need another ‘Greatest Hits’ compilation so we started searching for things we knew a true 311 fan would like to hear and see. While searching, it became clear that we were going to dive deep into the archives and uncover material that no one outside the band had ever laid eyes or ears on. It is our sincere hope that you will love this collection as much as we loved making it.”

Meanwhile, 311’s US Summer Tour is set to get underway July 2nd at Scottsdale, AZ’s Talking Stick Resort and continue through early August (see attached itinerary). Highlights include a special 4th of July weekend concert event at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Beach (July 3 and 4) where the band will play their triple-platinum “blue” album in its entirety. In addition, 311 will make headline appearances at a number of upcoming spring festivals and radio events. For more details and complete ticket information, please visit

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From their very first show in their native Omaha on June 10, 1990 (opening for Fugazi), 311 have been on an incredible, unstoppable journey, fueled by an instantly recognizable, genre-defying sound, non-stop touring, and a fiercely loyal fan base. The band’s ingenious fusion of rock, reggae, hip-hop & funk – and tireless work ethic – saw them build an undeniable grassroots following. Alternative radio and MTV soon followed.

1995’s self-titled third album proved 311’s breakthrough, earning RIAA 3x platinum certification while catapulting them to the forefront of alternative music. Since then, nine consecutive 311 studio releases – from 1997’s Transistor to 2014’s Stereolithic – have peaked within the Top 10 of the Billboard 200, with total album sales now approaching nine million in the U.S. alone. 311 is of course also responsible for a rightly renowned streak of radio hits, with nine singles reaching the Top 10 on Billboard’s “Alternative Songs” chart, including the #1 classics, “Down,” “Love Song,” and “Don’t Tread On Me.”

Now based in Los Angeles, 311 is widely regarded as one of alternative rock’s most inventive, entertaining, and hard-traveling live acts, earning them an incredible community of passionate and faithful fans. Founded in 2004, the band’s annual “Unity Tour” is now a summer tradition. And the band has branded legendary destination events with their “311 Day” and “311 Caribbean Cruise” experiences.

311 is: singer/guitarist Nick Hexum, singer/DJ S.A. Martinez, guitarist Tim Mahoney, drummer Chad Sexton and bassist P-Nut.
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311 – ARCHIVE Tracklist
Release Date: June 30
1. Transistor Intro (Transistor – Hidden Track – 1997) 2. Let the Cards Fall (Enlarged To Show Detail Bonus CD EP – 1996) 3. Outside (National Lampoon’s Senior Trip Original Soundtrack – 1995) 4. Gap (Enlarged To Show Detail Bonus CD EP – 1996) 5. Tribute (Enlarged To Show Detail Bonus CD EP – 1996) 6. Firewater Slo-Mo (Enlarged To Show Detail Bonus CD EP – 1996) 7. Blizza (Soundsystem– Japanese Release Bonus Track – 1999) 8. Dancehall (Enlarged To Show Detail 2 Bonus CD EP – 2001) 9. Bomb the Town (Enlarged To Show Detail 2 Bonus CD EP – 2001) 10. Will the World (Enlarged To Show Detail 2 Bonus CD EP – 2001) 11. We Do It Like This (Enlarged To Show Detail 2 Bonus CD EP – 2001) 12. Dreamland (Enlarged To Show Detail 2 Bonus CD EP – 2001) 13. What Do You Do (Evolver – Japanese Release Bonus Track – 2003) 14. Little Brother (Don’t Tread on Me – Japanese Release Bonus Track – 2005) 15. I Like the Way (Uplifter – Deluxe Edition Bonus Track – 2009) 16. Get Down (Uplifter – Deluxe Edition Bonus Track – 2009) 17. How Long Has It Been (Uplifter – iTunes Exclusive Track – 2009) 18. Sun Come Through (Uplifter – Amazon Exclusive Track – 2009) 19. Vape’n Away (Stereolithic – 311 Day Edition – 2014)

1. Summer of Love (Unreleased Version – 1994) 2. Juan Bond (311 Sessions – 1995) 3. Firewater – Normal Speed (311 Sessions – 1995) 4. Next (311 Sessions – 1995) 5. Grifter (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 6. Writer’s Block Party (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 7. Earth People (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 8. The Quickening (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 9. Everything (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 10. Old Funk (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 11. Space Funk (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 12. Lemming (Transistor Sessions – 1997) 13. Cali Soca (Soundsystem Sessions – 1999) 14. Seal the Deal (Soundsystem Sessions – 1999) 15. Who’s Got the Herb (Unreleased Version – 2001) 16. Time is Precious (Evolver Sessions – 2003) 17. Into the Flames (Don’t Tread On Me Sessions – 2005) 18. Stealing My Girl (Don’t Tread On Me Sessions – 2005) 19. Week of Saturdays (Uplifter Sessions – 2009) 20. Simplify (Uplifter Sessions – 2009)

1. Welcome (Pre-Production Version – 1992) 2. Visit (Pre-Production Version – 1992) 3. Feels So Good (Pre-Production Version – 1992) 4. Paradise (Pre-Production Version – 1992) 5. Homebrew (Pre-Production Version – 1993) 6. Offbeat Bare-Ass (Pre-Production Version – 1993) 7. Six (Pre-Production Version – 1993) 8. Lose (Pre-Production Version – 1993) 9. Come Original (Pre-Production Version – 1999) 10. Freeze Time (Pre-Production Version – 1999) 11. Flowing (Pre-Production Version – 1999) 12. Livin n’ Rockin (Pre-Production Version – 1999) 13. Full Ride (Pre-Production Version – 2001) 14. Champagne (Pre-Production Version – 2001) 15. Sick Tight (Pre-Production Version – 2001) 16. How Do You Feel (Pre-Production Version – 2004) 17. Down (Demo – 1995) 18. Let the Cards Fall (Demo – 1995) 19. Random (Demo – 1995) 20. The Continuous Life (Demo – 1997)

1. Color (Demo – 1997) 2. Starshines (Demo – 1997) 3. Inner Light Spectrum (Demo – 1997) 4. Stealing Happy Hours (Demo – 1997) 5. Strong All Along (Early Title: Pass the Grass) (Demo w/Vocals – 1999) 6. Large in the Margin (Early Title: Forward) (Demo w/Vocals – 1999) 7. Mindspin (Demo – 1999) 8. Eons (Early Title: Stop Dat) (Demo – 1999) 9. Can’t Fade Me (Early Title: Kill) (Demo w/Vocals – 1999) 10. Sick Tight (Demo – 2001) 11. From Chaos (Demo- 2001) 12. I Told Myself (Demo- 2001) 13. You Wouldn’t Believe (Demo – 2001) 14. I’ll Be Here Awhile (Demo w/Vocals – 2001) 15. Seems Uncertain (Demo w/Vocals – 2003) 16. Give Me A Call (Demo w/Vocals) 17. Speak Easy (Early Title: Romantic Odyssey) (Demo – 2005) 18. Sun Come Through (Early Title: Rockin aught8) (Demo – 2009) 19. Jackpot (Early Title: New Thingy) (Demo – 2009) 20. Rock On (Early Title: Rock On Circus) (Demo – 2011) 21. Ebb & Flow (Early Title: Go!) (Demo – 2014) 22. Paradise (Acoustic Version – 1992)

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311 – UNITY TOUR 2015
2​Scottsdale, AZ​Talking Stick Resort
3, 4​Las Vegas, NV​Mandalay Bay Beach
6​Oklahoma City, OK​Diamond Ballroom
7​Kansas City, MO​​Crossroads
9​Detroit, MI​Festival*
10​Cincinnati, OH​The Shoe at Horseshoe Casino
11​Chicago, IL​Aragon Ballroom
12​Milwaukee, WI​Riverside Theatre
14​Columbus, OH​LC Pavilion
15​Cleveland, OH​Hard Rock Live Northfield Park
17​Long Island, NY​Great South Bay Music Festival*
18​Asbury Park, NJ​Stone Pony Summerstage
19​Atlantic City, NJ​Borgata Festival Park
20​Hampton Beach, NH​Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
22​Richmond, VA​Innsbrook After Hours
23​Virginia Beach, VA​Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach Amphitheatre
24​Charlotte, NC​Uptown Amphitheatre
25​Jacksonville, FL​Connection Festival*
26​Orlando, FL​Hard Rock Live
28​Birmingham, AL​Iron City
30​Lake Charles, LA​​L’auberge Casino Pool
31​Houston, TX​Bayou Music Center

1​Dallas, TX​Southside Ballroom
2​Austin, TX​ACL Live at The Moody Theater
4​Omaha, NE​Sokol Auditorium


19​DelMar, CA​Kaaboo Festival*


Red Light Saints premiere’s the new single Say What You Will

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Red Light Saints are a hard rock band out of Green Bay, WI, who are about to embark on their 2nd US tour with Faster Pussycat. Debuting their first single – Say What You Will – and on March 20th, 2014, followed by the full EP, The Legend of Jasper Pipestone, on April 17th. Presales of the EP will be available here. The album was recorded at The Mix Room in Burbank, CA with producer Paul Pavao (Red, Device, Stone Temple Pilots, Hollywood Undead, Crossfade, Fuel, Alter Bridge).

Since forming in late 2010, Red Light Saints has become one of the Midwest’s most exciting modern rock groups. They have performed alongside many national acts, including Saving Abel, Buckcherry, Sick Puppies, Soil, Gilby Clarke, Kip Winger, John Corabi, Pop Evil, and Ed Kowalczyk. The band was recently awarded with the 2013 Wisconsin Area Music Industry’s (WAMI) People’s Choice Award, and have been nominated for Hard Rock/Metal Artist of the Year in the 2014 WAMI Awards. Red Light Saints has been winning over new audiences and adding to their sizeable fan base with their outstanding musicianship, powerful stage presence, and an energy that is flat out contagious. Red Light Saints is also proud to announce that they are now sponsored by COLDCOCK Whiskey Continue reading

LAMB OF GOD Partners with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE for North American Tour


LAMB OF GOD Partners with KILLSWITCH ENGAGE for North American Tour

Testament and Huntress to Support



Long-time friends LAMB OF GOD and KILLSWITCH ENGAGE have joined forces for what will undoubtedly be one of the essential “can’t miss” tours of the fall of 2013.  The tour launches October 22 in Toronto and canvases much of the U.S and Canada.  The two bands are a dominant live pairing, and will combine for 28 North American shows in total.  Support for all shows except Los Angeles will be provided by thrash legends Testament, with Huntress opening all shows.
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