Our pals over at Light & Noise just released video of Fake Problems's set at this past year's Fest 12 (or "The Fesy" as punk celebrity Chris Farren calls it). It features the band playing a handful of fan-favorite tracks. Check it out in the replies.
Banquets and Nightmares For A Week will release a split 12" via Black Numbers on March 18. The split will have five new songs from each band, and you can listen to one song from each group via Noisey. It can be preordered here.
Today we're featuring a song from Indiana pop-rock band My Sweet Fall. The young band just put out its new record Cheap Therapy and we're streaming the track "Make You Mine." Listen to it in the replies.
Kanye West performed a medley featuring "Jesus Walks", "Touch the Sky", "Stronger", "Heartless", "All of the Lights", "Mercy", and "Black Skinhead" tonight on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Check it out here.
A video has been posted on the official OasisFacebook page teasing a special announcement tomorrow at 9am GMT. The band split up in 2009 but you can watch the video that has a lot of people talking here.
The Faint will release Doom Abuse on April 8 via SQE Music. The music video for "Help in the Head" can be found in the replies, as well as the band's upcoming tour dates.
1. Help in the Head
2. Mental Radio
3. Evil Voices
4. Salt My Doom
5. Animal Needs
6. Loss of Head
7. Dress Code
9. Your Stranger
10. Lesson from the Darkness
11. Unseen Hand
12. Damage Control
Hellogoodbye and Vacationer are doing a US tour in April and May. Additional support will be announced soon. Limited pre-sale tickets and bundles will be available tomorrow starting at 12PM EST via applauze. Dates are below.
It has been the most amazing 12 years, but the time has come for us to call it quits, and announce that we won't be an active band anymore. But before we go, we will be doing an abbreviated FINAL tour across nine Canadian cities this coming May. We will announce all the details next week. Also, we are going to release a special last album with some new songs & unreleased tracks...and a bunch more cool stuff to say thank-you. So get ready to hear from us a BUNCH starting now, and until the final tour in May. There are a lot of places we won't get to play again, and that sucks, but this short tour is all that we could make work with our...
Green Day will release Demolicious - a collection of 18 demos recording during the trilogy set, a previously unreleased track called "State of Shock," and an acoustic version of "Stay The Night" - on Record Store Day on April 19th. The two-disc set will be released on red or clear vinyl and will also be available on CD and cassette.