Continuing one of our favorite weekly rituals, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has released a new live video, the 77th entry in their, “Rad Tracks Thursday” series. This week, the band has offered up their performance of “I Know You Rider” from their Brooklyn Bowl show on March 26th of this year, the final night of a sold out three-night stand.You can stream the 10-camera, pro-shot video produced by Foggy Notions Productions below:This week, the band also offered up a free download of their weekly video. But don’t delay–the download link will expire on November 16th.You can catch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead this weekend in southern California, at House of Blues San Diego tomorrow (11/11) and Oakland’s Fox Theater on Saturday (11/12).
If you weren’t convinced by yesterday’s near-confirmation of the Alienware M14x and Alienware M18x gaming laptops, then you might never be convinced those laptops are coming out. But just in case, here is further evidence.Over at Dell.com a page was found (and reported to us) that helps potential buyers choose the color of their Alienware computers. This page not only lists the currently available M11x, M15x, and M17x R3 (oddly listed as the M17X) but it also has the M14x and the M18x.The page says the M14x will be available in Stealth Black with Soft Touch Finish and Nebula Red with Soft Touch Finish, confirming previous rumors. The M18x will be Stealth Black with Anodized Aluminum and Nedula Red (no texture mentioned with that one).With some digging it was found that the M17x listed was the M17x R3 (the newest revision) but the M15x is simply the M15x. The M11x is the MLK (Medialess License Kit) and finally there is the M14x “Specter”, which prior rumors have noted to be its codename.So what’s happening over at Dell? Are these legitimate leaks or just efforts to get the word out early? We might never know, but it’s looking like when these systems are announced there won’t be anything near the hype the M17x “All Powerful”. Oh wait, that one leaked early as well… Anyway, at least these look like they’ll be solid options for computer gamers.See the page for yourself at Dell.com.