Fall Out Boy's music video for "Young Volcanoes" is in the replies. There's some mildly NSFW content at the end. Save Rock and Roll is expected to debut in the No. 1 or No. 2 spots on the charts this week with around 140-155K units moved.
Rotting Out have announced revised tour dates for May and June, due to the cancellation earlier this week of Your Demise's North American tour. Rotting Out will now headline the scheduled west coast shows with Expire as originally planned. The band has added shows back down to LA, which will feature Nomads. The band will appear in Memphis at Scion Rock Fest on June 1 as scheduled. They will also be filming a show at Unit B Skatepark in Santa Ana next week for a video. The show is all ages and open to the public. Dates are in the replies.
The score for The Gaslight Anthem's original film, Every Word Handwritten is now available on iTunes. You can watch the trailer for the film in the replies.
Every Word Handwritten follows the lifespan of one vinyl record, highlighting it as the thread through many people's lives through decades to come. To encompass the full understanding of the film, Horowitz and Slack employed the help of Gaslight guitarist Alex Rosamilia and friend Wes Kleinknecht to compose the score for Every Word Handwritten.
The Story Changes are gearing up for the May 21st release of their third album, Static and Trembling, which was produced and engineered by Micah Carli of Hawthorne Heights. You can listen to a new song from the effort, "State Lines," on the band's AP.net profile or in the replies. Pre-order the album here. Recommended for fans of Jimmy Eat World, Foo Fighters and Alkaline Trio.
Twitter has today launched its music app for the whole wide world to use. Twitter #Music can be accessed at music.twitter.com and there's a separate app for iPhone as well. It's based around discovering new music, of course, and seeing what music is popular on Twitter in real time. You can listen to music in Spotify or Rdio with the user interface, and buy music on iTunes as well. Play around with the new service and let us know your thoughts in the replies.
Today, we're releasing Twitter #music, a new service that will change the way people find music, based on Twitter. It uses Twitter activity, including Tweets and engagement, to detect and surface the most popular tracks and...