All Time Low will be appearing on the July 19th episode of Guitar Center Sessions at 9 PM ET/10 PM PST exclusively on DIRECTVís Audience Network. We have an exclusive clip of the band performing "Dear Maria, Count Me In." Check it out in the replies and make sure to tune into the episode to see the rest of the performances.
Farewell Fighter are gearing up to release their new album, Challenges, on August 6th via Easy Killer Records. Today we have an early taste of it with the premiere of single "Bridges," produced by Josh Cain. Head to their AP.net Profile or the replies to hear it. Fans of bands in vein of Panic! At The Disco and Divided By Friday should enjoy this one.
"This record is so important to us. Each song tells a different story about how hard it can be growing up in a world where there's so much pressure to 'be something' or to figure out where you belong. Not everyone figures that out right away. Our hope is that these songs can help someone out there feel a little more at ease about who they...
Dance Gavin Dance will release its sixth album, Acceptance Speech, on October 8. Pre-orders are now available on MerchNow, and the album art & teaser clip are in the replies. This is the band's first record with Tilian Pearson on clean vocals.
01) Jesus H. Macy
02) The Robot with Human Hair pt. 4
03) Acceptance Speech
05) Doom & Gloom
06) Strawberry Swisher pt. 3
07) Honey Revenge
08) Demo Team
09) Death of the Robot with Human Hair
10) The Jiggler
11) Turn Off the Lights. Iím Watching Back to the Future pt. II
Kevin Seconds, of 7 Seconds, has released a statement in regard to the YouTube comments on the band's recently released song. The entire thing can be found in the replies.
Fuck these people. Weíve all sat around for the last 10 or so years waiting for them to come up with something revolutionary, dangerous and interesting and what do they come up with? Fucking screamo, crabcore and the latest take on the pig squeal vocal technique. Not ONE thing that hasnít been ripped off or done better by someone else before. And theyíre all so busy bending over for free swag (clothes, energy drinks, gear), they canít be bothered to come up with some way to keep from looking and sounding EXACTLY like...
You can stream a new Drug Church song titled "Reading Youtube Comments" over at NPR (you'll have to scroll down half way to find the blurb). It's off the band's awesome new album, Paul Walker, which is in stores July 23rd.
During my chat with guitarist John 5 at the Mansfield, MA stop of Mayhem Festival, he revealed that Rob Zombie will be recording and releasing their first-ever live DVD later this year. Check back tomorrow for the full interview.
This is big news. I haven't talked about this. 30 years, Rob Zombie, White Zombie - never done a live DVD. We're doing one this year. The show's so big. It can't get much bigger, so I'm like, "We better record this!"
Continuing with our weekly Quiet Country Audio Sessions, this week we have Young Statues. The band performs "Eraser" and "So You Wait" from their new EP Age Isn't Ours. Watch the masterful performances in the replies and you can purchase the audio from the sessions here.
Uncle Buck has sent us new tickets to give away this week. Hit the replies to see what shows you can win tickets to.
What is up? Hot as all hell out there. This week we have some killer shows in NY/NJ. Especially in Asbury Park. Great weekend to escape the heat and head to the beach for a show. Comment on the thread to which show you want to go to and we will pick winners! #unclebuck
Ballyhoo! are nearing the end of their 40+ date co-headlining tour with Authority Zero that began May 31st. Today we have part four of our tour diary series with frontman Howi Spangler. Catch up on part one, part two, and part three if you missed them. We will have on last "wrap up blog" coming in two weeks. Their new record, Pineapple Grenade, is now available.
In response to the outrage towards its recent cover featuring terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Rolling Stone has added an editor's note to its online version of the story. Despite that, stores like Walgreens and CVS have banned the issue from appearing on its newsstands.
On July 23rd, California hardcore outfit HRBRS will release its debut full-length, Always Holding On. Today we're giving you an early taste by premiering the entire album in the replies and the band's AP.net profile. The album's ten tracks absolutely rip, so check it out. You can also pre-order the album here and check out the band's upcoming tour dates in the replies as well.
Jay-Z notches his 13th number one record this week with Magna Carta... Holy Grail, selling 527,000. Ciara returns with her new self-titled record which moved 58,000 units, and J. Cole remains in the top three selling 39,000 of Born Sinner. More notable sales can be found below. Album sales in the past chart week totaled 4.84 million units, down less than one percent compared to last week, and down 13% compared to the comparable week's sales in 2012. Year-to-date sales are currently at 151.7 million, and that's down 6% compared to the total at this point last year (161.8 million).
Red City Radio is looking for some participants for an upcoming video shoot on July 28th. No album has been announced yet, but they're shooting a new video for a new song, so make your own conclusions.
Stray From The Path will be telling us where our liberty is when the band releases its new album, Anonymous, on September 17th. You can stream a new song titled "Badge & A Bullet" in the replies and you can pre-order it here.
Dumb Numbers is a new project from Adam Harding, featuring Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr., Folk Implosion), Dale Crover (Melvins), Murph (Dinosaur Jr.), Bobb Bruno (Best Coast), CR Matheny (Emperor X) and others. Listen to a new song called "Lost Inside" at The AV Club. The band will release their debut self-titled album on August 6th on Joyful Noise Recordings - more information is below.
1) Breaking The Split-Screen Barrier
2) Last Night I Had A Dream
3) Strange Beauty
4) Lost Inside
6) The Broken Promise
7) Evil Has Grown
9) Last Night I Fell In Love With The Stars