Looking for a show to go to this fall? If you live along the east coast, you can catch The Big Time on tour with The Stolen and We Are Forever all through November. Below the More »
The list of contributors to Black Veil Brides front man, Andy Biersack‘s solo project grows with every passing day. The project is being released under the name Andy Black, which is a name that Biersack More »
Yes, it’s been a year since it was first reported that The Starting Line was working on new music, causing a stir of nostalgia for 20-somethings like myself. Well, in a new interview with More »
Iwrestledabearonce have made an announcement saying that their trailer, as well as $20,000 worth of gear and merchandise, were stolen while they were in Denton, Texas. The band has subsequently launched a More »
Since the release of Bring Me The Horizon‘s heavily synthy “Throne”, there has been a lot of speculation surrounding its similarities to Linkin Park “Faint”. What, with the keyboards and the huge, huge Nu More »
Tomorrow is the beginning of October, and that means National Anti-Bullying Month starts too! ‘Reverse The Trend’ is a campaign started by New Jersey pop rock band, Reverse Order. It originated on More »
Rudimental teamed up with Ed Sheeran to produce a new song titled “Lay It All On Me.” The song is off the group’s second album, We The Generation, and is set to release on More »
A Skylit Drive have released the latest single from their upcoming record, ASD. The single, titled “Self/Less” is a new twist on the band’s classic music, with both clean and screaming vocals, as well as an intense a breakdown towards the end of the track. Stream the song below the jump and let us know what you think in the comments section.
Texas hardcore band Kublai Khan have released the lead single off their forthcoming album, New Strength. The new track is titled “Life For A Life” and features guest vocals from Bury Your Dead vocalist Mat Bruso. You can listen to the song below the jump.
Light Years are gearing up to release their newest album, I’ll See You When I See You. In anticipation of the release, the Ohio band have premiered a music video for song “Living In Hell.” Check out the video below and let us know what you think of it in the comments section.
In the video, the band start off walking through a street, while people spray water at them, smash pies in their faces, and eventually throw feathers all over them. The feathers blow away and the group emerge from the big pile of fluff and feathers as they begin playing their instruments.
The band posted to their Facebook page, “We filmed this on my street and I think some of our neighbours are still pissed about the amount of feathers in the road.”
Selena Gomez has released a new song titled “Me & The Rhythm.” The track is off her second studio album, “Revival,” which is scheduled to release on October 9 through Interscope Records. Check out the song below and let us know what you think below the jump.
It is evident, however, how much Gomez’ voice has grown over the past year. Her new song has decent lyrics and a good composition, but it does come off as repetitive. It’ll be interesting to see how this song compares to the singer’s upcoming album. To hear more from the pop star, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here.
Looking for a show to go to this fall? If you live along the east coast, you can catch The Big Time on tour with The Stolen and We Are Forever all through November. Below the jump, you will find the official tour announcement as well as dates and locations.
The list of contributors to Black Veil Brides front man, Andy Biersack‘s solo project grows with every passing day. The project is being released under the name Andy Black, which is a name that Biersack adopted in the summer of 2014. So far, Biersack has called in the troops for help making his solo project happen. Collaborators include the former My Chemical Romance singer and current solo artist, Gerard Way, 5 Seconds of Summer drummer Ashton Irwin, Fall Out Boy front man and former solo artist Patrick Stump, All Time Low drummer Rian Dawson and The Used‘s guitarist Quinn Allman. Finally, John Fieldman is producing the album, and he has worked with bands like All Time Low, 5 Seconds of Summer, Panic! At the Disco, and Neon Trees.
However, fear not BVB fans! This solo project does not mean the end of Black Veil Brides, though! At the APMAs this summer, Biersack stated that the longterm goal is to release both a new BVB album, as well as his Andy Black project simultaneously. Below the jump, you will find some of the collaboration announcements from Biersack’s instagram account.. The full statement from the APMAs can be read here. Below the jump, you will find some of the collaboration announcements from Biersack’s twitter account.
Yes, it’s been a year since it was first reported that The Starting Line was working on new music, causing a stir of nostalgia for 20-somethings like myself. Well, in a new interview with Philly Voice lead singer, Kenny Vasoli has reconfirmed that new music is on the horizon after an eight year drought. Speaking of new tracks, Vasoli stated, “It’s still punk rock…We’re always going to sound like the Starting Line.” Hopefully new music is imminent, but for now bask in The Starting Line’s classic pop-punk goodness after the jump!
For New Jersey folks, The Starting Line is playing a their one and only show this year at Starland Ballroom on December 27th. Tickets can be purchased here.
Their back-catalog can be purchased here.
Iwrestledabearonce have made an announcement saying that their trailer, as well as $20,000 worth of gear and merchandise, were stolen while they were in Denton, Texas. The band has subsequently launched a Gofundme.com campaign to help raise money to replace some of their equipment. A statement and video from the band can be found below.
The band is scheduled to kick off their U.S. tour in four weeks alongside Alesana, Entheos, Artifex Pereo, and Cabaret Runway. To hear more from the band, you can purchase a CD here or buy concert tickets here.
It’s a rare occasion when a national headlining act serves up an album that’s more than 14 songs long. Recently, the bar seems to be constantly getting knocked down a few pegs, and anything more than an 8 song EP can be a bottom-of-the-barrel-scraping full-length album. Yet the Sheepdogs’ latest offering, Future Nostalgia, is an 18-song catalogue of modern classic-rock-style music, debatably fashioned better and more authentically than any rock legend’s material circa 2000.
Overall, the Saskatchewan band’s fifth album and first work since 2012, is a stumper. It proposes the question of how the group created such a collection of songs that so brilliantly capture the roots of classic rock – or simply asks why no one’s done it sooner.
Mayday Parade‘s new album Black Lines is due for release on in 8 days time (October 9) via Fearless Records. So far, we’ve heard two singles from the album and today, we can now get our ears around a third!
“Letting Go” was streamed earlier today and you can take a listen below.
In an interview with AltPress, guitarist Brooks Betts explains:
“The song is about and not having the strength to get over a bad relationship. It’s about that weird spot when someone breaks you down even though you know they’re toxic. When you tried so hard for someone who was never going to let you in, knowing it’s going to end soon and preparing for the end.”
You can pre-order Black Lines here, just in time for its release. You can also grab tickets to Mayday Parade’s upcoming shows here.
Enjoy the new track!
In a blog post titled “Bye Todd,” the former drummer wrote, “There’s a point in everyone’s life where you need to decide what’s best for your future and the future of those around you.” Check out Wallace’s complete statement below the jump.
The band’s longtime friend, Ian Bell, will be filling in for the band’s U.S. headlining tour with Transit, Somos, and Microwave this fall. To hear more from Have Mercy, you can buy concert tickets here or purchase a CD here.
Turns out the group had more to offer from their debut record. They are streaming a b-side, “Tired Hearts.” It is a very short song, clocking in at under two minutes. However, it stays to the point and passionate. Check it out after the jump!
The All-American Rejects dominated the charts in the mid-aughts, with huge singles “Move Along” and “Gives You Hell” being just a couple of monumental hits of theirs. After a silence, it seems the group are set to make a comeback.
Frontman Tyson Ritter shared on Twitter that the band will share “something sweet” near the end of October. Considering he posted about an AAR music video a few days ago, it’s safe to assume the group will be unleashing new music soon! Check out the tweet from Ritter after the jump!
Tomorrow is the beginning of October, and that means National Anti-Bullying Month starts too! ‘Reverse The Trend’ is a campaign started by New Jersey pop rock band, Reverse Order. It originated on twitter, and has grown into one of the bands staple slogans. It promotes anti-bullying, which is a theme the band is familiar with. Their single “Not Alone (Life Is Beautiful)” was released in a manner which allowed you to name your own price, and all of the proceeds raised when towards suicide prevention. You can visit here to find out more about the campaign, and buy merch to support the cause here. Most of the merchandise is currently available at a discounted rate.
Looking for a powerful female pop rock singer to rock out to in the sea of male singers? I’ve got news for you, then! A few days ago, up and coming pop rock diva Hope Vista released a new single, “Dominance.” If you ever liked Avril Lavigne, or Hey Monday, you should definitely give her a chance. You can check out the single announcement video she released below the jump.
Have a question you really want to ask the Fall Out Boy singer? Head on over to his twitter here! Since Saturday, Patrick Stump has been holding a massive Q&A session. He has been answering lots of questions sporadically and responding to fans after a break from the social media since mid-July. Under the jump, you can find some of the more interesting answers Stump has given over the past few days
The first real industry exposure we had as band was playing LoudWire Music Festival this summer. We were so lucky to be included on the main stage the same day Linkin Park, Chevelle, A Day To Remember, etc… which was insane. By far, that was the biggest show we’ve ever been a part of. We drove out the day before to make sure we had our access and load-in figured out so we could be on time and prepared for our set. So in the morning when we arrived at the festival, we had a stage crew of like, seven guys coming up to our van, ready to help and set up EVERYTHING for us. We’re usually left to do that ourselves, so that was kind of a shock. We almost felt guilty, like, “We only have a couple of amps and drums man, really! It’s not a lot!” But they were so nice and helpful, it made our setup and soundcheck a breeze.