Following the recent news that frontman Daniel Blumberg of Yuck has left the band, according to a press release he now has a new project called Hebronix and will be releasing an album called Unreal July 9th via ATP Recordings. Hit the replies to stream a song from the album.
SPIN recently did an interview with Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio in which the singer revealed that the band is working on a new record (their first since bassist Gerard Smith passed away in 2011), they have parted ways with long-time label Interscope, and the band does not have a replacement for Smith as of yet.
Grimes has taken to Tumblr to express her dismay concerning the sexism and objectification that she has experienced since becoming famous. Read the full post here.
I donít want to have to compromise my morals in order to make a living...i dont want my words to be taken out of context...i dont want to be infantilized because i refuse to be sexualized...i dont want to live in a world where im gonna have to start employing body guards because this kind of behavior is so commonplace and accepted...Iím tired of men who arenít professional or even accomplished musicians continually offering to Ďhelp me outí (without being asked), as if i did this by accident and iím gonna flounder without...
It's official! Fall Out Boyhave the #1 record in the country, as Save Rock and Roll sold 154,000 units in its first week on the charts, enough to beat Kid Cudi's Indicud, which came in at #2 with 136,000 sold.
Our very own Scott Weber recently recorded a podcast with Riley Breckenridge, formerly of Thrice, in which they discussed, among other things, Riley's transition from Thrice and his new project with his brother Eddie and Mike Shumaker of Hey Mercedes. You can check it out here.
Jesse Cannon, a long-time industry veteran (former manager of Transit and Man Overboard, producer for The Misfits, Animal Collective, The Cure, Northstar, many more), has released a new book titled Get More Fans: The DIY Guide to the Music Business. It's an exhaustive guide on how independent bands can raise their presence online and in the real world. The book is available on most every digital and physical format, and a significant excerpt can be downloaded for free if you want to check it out before buying.
Head to the replies to watch a new AC4 (ex-Refused, DS-13) video for their track "Curva Del Diablo" filmed by Robin Westman and Fredrik Lyxzen. Their Deathwish debut, Burn The World, is now available through Deathwish Records.
Update: The chat is over. Thanks to the guys for sticking around!
Hawthorne Heights' return with Zero, due out this summer on their new label, Red River Entertainment. You can listen to a teaser featuring samples of three new songs in the replies or on their AP.net profile. Fans will not be disappointed. If you haven't already, you can pre-order it via PledgeMusic. Additionally, the band will be chatting in this thread at 7pm EST/4pm PST. Come talk to them about Zero, their appearance on this summer's Warped Tour and more.
Are you still buzzing from last week's Spitalfieldannouncement? Well we're gonna keep that going by having front man Mark Rose drop by tomorrow night at 7 PM EDT to talk about the tour, reunion, his solo work, and more. Mark your calendars!
The return of the Skate and Surf Festival is creeping up on us, so we decided to give away a pair of tickets to the jamboree in New Jersey on May 18th and 19th. To win this pair, tell me which band you're excited to see and why you're stoked this fest is back in our lives. Are you excited for Fall Out Boy? What about Saves The Day and Glassjaw? Tell me in the replies and I'll pick my favorite answer tomorrow. Good luck!