Aerosmith’s Web Site Hacked By Really Dumb Band

What could it mean?

If you were in a struggling band, and took the time to hack into Aerosmith’s Web site to try and get some attention for yourself, wouldn’t you take credit?

Well, whoever hacked into the band’s site last week and this week — posting a typo-riddled note on Aerosmith’s site — failed to mention the name of their band.

So, the only people getting any press from this alleged hacking are the dudes in Aerosmith, which leads this dude to think that maybe those Aerosmith dudes are just using this hack job as a means for promoting their new album.

Anyways, you can go to Aerosmith’s site and check out the letter this nameless band wrote.

Seriously, if I hacked any band’s Web site, I’d redirect that shit to my own site or at least put up my site’s logo or something.

This makes no sense.

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About Chris Harris

Chris Harris is an internationally-published music journalist and writer whose work has appeared on the pages of Rolling Stone, IFC, Revolver, Alternative Press, and Radar. The former news editor for Noisecreep, Harris also served as co-host for the site’s weekly podcast, “Creep Show." Before that, he spent four years writing for MTV News.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Clint-Barnett/100000028777474 Clint Barnett

    If you read the message they say they will reveal who they are. I think they just want to make sure they have their attention.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Clint-Barnett/100000028777474 Clint Barnett

    moderating comments is whackness, by the way.

    • christhescribe

      We do that to prevent racist, homophobic, or libelous speech