THE NEW GENERATION OF ROCK
Playing a variety of new music from all genres, we aren’t held back by the constricts those other “corporate” stations are! Let us introduce you to your new favorite artist, remind you what you were listening to in the Nineties, or just let yourself listen to whatever artists you love, seven days a week!
We run a variety of contests and giveaways, so tune in and save our digits in your cellular device so you can partake!
- Local news, weather and sports – Live local DJs
- Paying homage to the revolutionaries of the 90s and all of today’s most powerful music.
- First of its kind – serving western Colorado and eastern Utah – a HUGE area!
First of its kind on the Western Slope of Colorado & Eastern Utah . Your live, local, independent, no hair, “New Rock” Station – X106.9 / KMZK
Monday – Friday: Kain 6am – 10am
Monday – Friday: Ravin 2pm – 6pm
Friday: Tyler 6pm – 9pm
The Core: Friday & Sunday nights 9pm – 11pm
My Chemical Romance broke up in 2013, but the band (briefly) hinted that may be continuing the robust 2016 reunion trend. The emo-rock band returned to Twitter on Wednesday, teasing what many hoped was a reunion with a new logo and a 30-second video.
A piano intro from the band’s 2006 hit “The Black Parade” accompanies the video, and a flag waves in the wind. The clip ends with the date 9/23/16, which observers forecast as the release date of a new album.
- Fans were overjoyed, with @BryOnTour tweeting “If My Chemical Romance really are coming back I’m doubling the thickness of my eyeliner and disowning my parents” and @yeezymukee tweeting: “IM NOT PREPARED OMG IM GOING TO CRY.”
- When the band broke up in 2013, they released a statement with frontman Gerard Way saying, in part: “We were spectacular. Every show I knew this, every show I felt it with or without external confirmation. And all of the things that made us great were the very things that were going to end us.”
- On Thursday afternoon , the band released a second tweet dashing hopes for a real reunion. As it turns out, only an anniversary release of The Black Parade is planned. Buzz. Killed.
CHECK IT OUT:
My Chemical Romance teases a reunion:
Then dashes any real hope:
Why ‘The Black Parade’ Was the ‘Sgt. Pepper’ of the Emo Generation: http://bit.ly/2abKxJ3
Guns N’ Roses is making room for another live Chinese Democracy cut, playing “Catcher in the Rye” during a performance Wednesday night at Gillette stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. It was the first time during the band’s Not in This Lifetime … tour...read more
California rock band Deftones were in Paris during the horrific terror attacks, and frontman Chino Moreno says the band is still reeling from that night. Deftones recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of their trademark debut Adrenaline and Moreno sat down with...read more