Joe originally put the stuff, which includes clothes worn by Johnny Rotten and the acetate of Anarchy in the U.K, on eBay for charity. But when the stock didn’t meet the reserved $1.2m, he decided to burn it instead.
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Not only have A Day To Remember been released from their five record contract (Victory Records claimed the band only provided three records), but Victory Records have been ordered to pay the band $4m in “withheld proceeds from music and merchandise sales”.
ADTR were awarded the right to license their music, while Victory Records retained rights to continue selling the bands albums, whilst still paying royalties.
Read the full story here.
Slam Dunk has added another wave of bands to their line up.
The festival travels to three location across the UK in three days in May.
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Through Black Firday (November 25th) until December 20th, the Paramore singer will be donating $1 of each product to a good cause.
Donations from different dye colours will be donated to different causes. Find out which causes here.