New Releases

CNN’s Shannon Cook took a look at the newest releases in the music industry, including Alien Ant Farm’s ‘Up In The Attic’ and Monsters Are Waiting’s ‘Fascination’. Watch the segment here.

On TV: Seether, Korn, Alien Ant Farm

Alien Ant Farm 'Up In The Attic'

Rock acts on television this week include Seether, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Monday; Korn, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Tuesday; Alien Ant Farm, who perform on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ on Tuesday; Halifax, who perform on ‘Last Call’ on Wednesday; the New York Dolls, who perform on ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ on Thursday; Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show’ on Thursday and Friday; and Living Things, who perform on ‘Last Call’ on Friday.

Alien Ant Farm Guitarist Leaves Band

Contributed by LambChop:

Alien Ant Farm and guitarist Terry Corso have parted ways, citing "irreconcilable differences." The band – Dryden Mitchell (vocals) Tye Zamora (bass) and Mike Cosgrove (drums) – will be performing Wednesday night (Oct. 29) at Boutwell Auditorium in Birmingham, Ala., with substitute guitarist Victor Camacho.

Mindful of not wanting to miss a date of their current tour with 311, the AAF parties orchestrated this rock divorce to fall between shows. Corso departed after a show in Columbus, Ohio, and Camacho, an old friend of the band, was imported on the off days so he could rehearse and be ready to rock by the date in Birmingham. Fortunately, he already knew most of the material. For further developments, check

Alien Ant Farm On The Sophomore Slump

Hip Online recently caught up with Alien Ant Farm's singer Dryden Mitchell and asked about the sophomore slump in conjunction with the release of 'Truant'. "I mean some bands have it and some don't and some bands have freshman slumps," Mitchell said. "We fortunately didn't. I have a ton of friends who are in bands, not like we got huge success, but they never received anything. Sophomore slump is a great thing just because we had an opportunity to do a sophomore record." Check out the entire interview here.

Alien Ant Farm Still Has The Goods In Concert

Free Lance-Star youth correspondent Bobby Crockett reviewed the Alien Ant Farm concert in Virginia the other night. He writes, "Alien Ant Farm blasted through their more-than-hourlong set with such enthusiasm that it left you breathless. Singer Dryden Mitchell worked the crowd to a T, eliciting more overjoyed screams than I think I've ever heard. The band, including Tye Zamora (bass), Terry Corso (guitar) and Mike Cosgrove (drums) put on an exceptional show, not letting up on the excitement for even a minute." The full review at has since been removed.

Alien Ant Farm’s Latest To Include DVD On Wreck

The initial shipment of Alien Ant Farm's upcoming album 'TruANT', due August 19th, will include a DVD. "It tells the story of what happened to us in the wreck," says guitarist Terry Corso of the May 2002 tour bus accident that left frontman Dryden Mitchell almost paralyzed and the bus driver dead. "There's a lot of photos from the accident and we did a big interview and talked about it," he adds. "It's not all about that -- it's a rough timeline of what we did in that twenty months of being on tour before the wreck. Of course, it's centers on that because it's pretty profound."

Ant Farm’s Spicy Genitals reports Alien Ant Farm's singer Dryden Mitchell claims he could only get his vocals right for their new album 'truANT' with cayenne pepper sprinkled on his testicles. "It really feels like someone put your genitals in a vice," said Dryden. 'truANT' drops August 19th.