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Rage & Wu-Tang to Battle for San Bernardino

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Got squeezed out of the Coachella madness and now find yourself without one of those prized three-day wristbands? Before you slit your wrists for not getting tickets in Indio for the much anticipated comeback of Zack de la Guevara fronting the band that only he should be leading, know that Rage Against The Machine announced today that they will be co-headlining the Rock the Bells mini-tour with their pals, the lovable Wu-Tang Gang.

Rock the Bells kicks off in late July in New York, then it makes its way to the NOS Events Center in San Berdu on August 11, then heads up to Frisco the following week to call Barry Bonds a dirty cheater.

The rest of the line-up promises to be announced on March 26th with tickets going on sale March 31 at 10am. So save the date, rebels.

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Another 120 Minutes/Alternative Nation band, Lou Barlow's Sebadoh, has gotten back together and tonight crank up their first US tour in 14 years in San Diego. They play the OC tomorrow night before heading North, but will eventually swing back here to play back-to-back club dates at the Troub and Spaceland, respectively.

Sebadoh West Coast Leg
02/27 Costa Mesa, CA Detroit Bar
02/28 San Francisco, CA GAMH / Noise Pop
03/02 Portland, OR Berbati’s Pan
03/03 Vancouver, BC Richards
03/04 Seattle, WA Neumos
03/05 Eugene, OR WOW Hall
03/07 Santa Cruz, CA The Attic
03/09 Los Angeles, CA The Troubadour
03/10 Los Angeles, CA Spaceland

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