Published Jun 08, 2013As always, it was a busy week here in Exclaim! news land, making it tough to keep tabs on everything. But fear not: if you worry you might have missed something, here's a recap of just some of what went down this week.
First off, more than a few Canadian hardcore fans were excited to find out the long-dormant No Warning have resurrected themselves for a new release. Speaking to Exclaim!, the band's Ben Cook (who you may also know from Fucked Up) explained that the Toronto group are coming out of hibernation to bestow upon us a new 7-inch. A date for the release has yet to be announced, but Cook told us, "The music is brutal as ever."
In other Canadian music news, Pop Montreal announced its initial lineup, members of Sea Snakes reemerged as Miserere, City and Colour's Dallas Green spoke to us about The Hurry and the Harm, and Eamon McGrath signed to Aporia for a new project.
However, there was also some bad news to report. In Vancouver, music shop/venue Zoo Zhop is facing a very uncertain future and Toronto lost one of its most loved musical figures Chris Levoir.
In other news, Trent Reznor dominated the headlines this week. Not only did Nine Inch Nails announce a new album and share its first single, but the group revealed a full-fledged North American tour.
Then we had Jack White saving a Detroit venue through a very generous donation, Neko Case revealing a new record and Scott Weiland making the STP legal battle that much messier by filing a lawsuit of his own.
Also, you may have heard of Arts & Crafts' big anniversary party this weekend in Toronto, and to help get you a little extra exited, we've taken a trip down memory lane with a list of 10 Notable Moments in Arts & Crafts' History.