On Tuesday, December 1st, MyMusicRx will be holding their second annual Bedstock Festival. Bedstock is an in-hospital and online based festival where musicians preform in children’s hospitals, at patient’s bedsides to spread More »
Bring Me The Horizon have stepped their instrumental game up big time since their inception. Their latest endeavor, That’s The Spirit, is their boldest and most experimental yet. It has seen massive success, especially More »
Sleeping With Sirens, in the middle of a busy touring circuit, sat down with Hot Topic recently. The group performed an acoustic rendition of one of their biggest singles: “The Strays.” The More »
Sudden Suspension lost control of their van and trailer during their overnight drive from San Francisco to Anaheim, California at 4 a.m. Sunday morning. The accident resulted in the flipping and totaling of More »
Emo Night: Taking Back Tuesday have announced the lineup for their one year anniversary blowout event! On December 1st, The Echo + Echoplex in LA will be greeted with live performances including More »
Green Day will be re-releasing their 2004 album, American Idiot, on vinyl on Friday, November 27. The double LP release will be limited to 5,000 copies and will feature a red and black disc 1 and More »
Metalcore’s Ice Nine Kills will soon be wrapping up a headlining stint, but are still providing some content for fans. Their newest album, Every Trick In The Book, drops December 4. A while back, the More »
My Parents Basement Sessions put out an acoustic version of Chasing Morgan‘s “Mixed Signals” on Thanksgiving. “Mixed Signals” is the third track of the band’s second and latest EP, Remember When, which was released late this summer. Below the jump, you can watch the acoustic performance and let us know what you think!
On Tuesday, December 1st, MyMusicRx will be holding their second annual Bedstock Festival. Bedstock is an in-hospital and online based festival where musicians preform in children’s hospitals, at patient’s bedsides to spread happiness to those who are otherwise unable to see live music. Bedstock is streamed live online and will begin at 11am ET, so you can tune in to watch. The lineup includes X Ambassadors, The Districts, and Jim James. Below the jump, you can catch one of the sick patients, Veda, preforming Andy Grammer‘s “Keep Your Head Up” in anticipation for this years festival!
Bring Me The Horizon have stepped their instrumental game up big time since their inception. Their latest endeavor, That’s The Spirit, is their boldest and most experimental yet. It has seen massive success, especially in their home country of England.
The group are set to perform at London’s Royal Albert Hall next year. To mark the special occasion, they will be enlisting a full orchestra for the epic performance. The show will take place April 22. Check out all of the details in a show flier after the jump!
Sleeping With Sirens, in the middle of a busy touring circuit, sat down with Hot Topic recently. The group performed an acoustic rendition of one of their biggest singles: “The Strays.” The performance is part of Hot Topic’s performance sessions, Hot Sessions.
Three of the group’s members sat down and gave an intimate performance, which gave the emotional track even more depth. With just a couple of guitars, Kellin Quinn was able to use his vocals to give his all for the performance. Check it out after the jump!
“One Million Bullets” is an sultry song that perfectly blends Sia’s fresh vocals with upbeat background instrumentals. Stream the song below and let us know what you think in the comments section.
Kublai Khan are streaming their sophomore album, New Strength. The full-length album was released on Friday, November 27 through Artery Recordings, and features guest vocals from Bury Your Dead and The Acacia Strain. Stream the entire album below the jump and let us know what you think of the release.
Check out the cover of the 1997 hit song below the jump and let us know what you think of it in the comments section.
To hear more of Kill J’s music, you can purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here.
The accident resulted in the flipping and totaling of both the band’s van and trailer. Thankfully, the group is safe and managed to pack their things into Hanguns‘ trailer, where they caught a ride to the show in Anaheim, California.
In light of the event, Sudden Suspension created a GoFundMe campaign to raise money. The accident isn’t slowing them down – the group still plan on finishing off their US tour with Handguns, ROAM, and Broadside. You can check out a statement from the band below.
Walk The Moon announced that December 4th they will release a new EP, piggy backing on their latest single, “Different Colors.” The EP will feature two previously unreleased songs and two remixes by Lost Kings and The Griswolds. All of the proceeds of the album will be donated to the Human Rights Campaign. The band stated of the release, “While “Different Colors” speaks out against discrimination of all kinds, it was the fight for marriage equality that initially inspired the song; HRC is a civil rights organization that works to ensure LGBT people of their basic equal rights + safety in their communities.” Check out the song after the jump and be sure to check out the EP when it drops!
Walk The Moon is currently on tour overseas. Tickets can be purchased here.
All of their albums can be purchased on their online store, here.
The tour kicks off on December 2 in San Diego, California and travels through Arizona, Oklahoma and Texas before coming to a close in Houston on December 12. Check out the full list of dates and locations below the jump.
Panic! At The Disco released a new single, titled “LA Devotee,” which you can stream below.
The track is featured on the group’s upcoming album, Death Of A Bachelor. The full-length albums is set to release on January 15, 2016 through Decaydance and Fueled By Ramen Records.
The black and white video documents the band members’ lives as they travel around, playing shows. Check out the video below the jump and let us know what you think of it in the comments section.
The tour kicks off on December 10 in Dothan, Alabama and travels through Georgia and South Carolina before closing off in Gainesville, Florida on December 14. Check out a complete list of dates and locations below the jump.
To see them live, you can buy concert tickets here. The band released their full-length album, Death Of A Slug, this summer through Animal Style Records. To hear some of Northbound’s music, you can purchase a CD here.
These boys are on a roll! Paradise Fears have been releasing singles and videos left and right in promotion of their new album, Life In Real Time. This time, they’ve given us an acoustic version of the fifth track “Talk About It.” The video the band put together features them all fading in and out of the room, playing their instruments and singing. The song is a beautiful blend of classic Paradise Fears lyrics and their new catchy beats and hooks, the most profound part (to me at least) stating “I could kiss your every scar until the wound is healed, and when the sun comes up we’ll be looking at each other singing, I don’t really wanna talk about it.” Below the jump, you can hear the new song for yourself and enjoy the video they released with it.
Emo Night: Taking Back Tuesday have announced the lineup for their one year anniversary blowout event! On December 1st, The Echo + Echoplex in LA will be greeted with live performances including Dashboard Confessional and We Are The In Crowd. There will also be DJ sets from Jack Barakat of All Time Low and Mark Hoppus from Blink-182 across four different stages. Limited tickets are available for purchase, but there is also a contest being held to win a pair of tickets by posting on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag “#SadAsFuck.” Below the jump, you can find the flyer promoting the show, which lists more appearances and performers.
You can buy concert tickets here to catch LA’s Emo Night.
Green Day will be re-releasing their 2004 album, American Idiot, on vinyl on Friday, November 27. The double LP release will be limited to 5,000 copies and will feature a red and black disc 1 and white and black disc 2.
The reissue will be available at independent record stores across the U.S. You can check out the Record Store Day website to see which stores are participating. You can check out a list of additional Record Store Day releases below the jump.
Thrice’s last full-length album, Major/Minor, was released in 2011 via Vagrant Records which was followed by a three-year hiatus. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here or you can buy concert tickets here when they become available.
On January 22, Lionheart will unleash their newest record, Love Don’t Live Here. The LP will be debuting through the group’s newly-formed DIY label LHHC Records. The band have chosen “Pain” as the self-released effort’s leading single.
The song now has an accompanying music video directed by Will Darosa. The heavy, emotional track is supplemented well by excellent performance shots of the band, mixed with a day in the life of the clip’s protagonist. Check it out after the jump!
The video for “Are We Gonna Ouija or What?” was imagined when we first began writing for the song. We started the song using a ouija board as a metaphor for a higher power, and continued writing the lyrics with that as the inspiration; essentially the entire song is talking about searching for this higher power, and trying to find out if it really exists.
Right away we knew that we wanted to make a video for it, and wrote out a rough script so that we had an idea of how we could recreate everything the song expresses visually. We ended up using “ghosts” or “spirits” represented by our own likeness holding signs that spell out the latin word for faith (fides), while a main character is searching through this “haunted” area.