Deryck Whibley has posted an update on his website and promises to be "back on stage before [we] know it."
hey everyone, i just wanted to thank you all so much for sending gifts and all of the compassion and support you have shown me. it really means a lot to me in this time of recovery. i will be better soon and back out on stage before you know it.
Hit the replies to hear a new Slaves (Jonny Craig) song called "Starving For Friends," featuring Vic Fuentes of Pierce The Veil. You can pre-orderThrough Art We Are All Equals and get all three singles.
Adelitas Way will release their third album, Stuck, on July 29th. The band worked with Nick Raskulinecz (Alice in Chains, Foo Fighters, and Queens of the Stone Age). You can pre-order it on iTunes or check out exclusive bundles. Tour dates have also been announced, including a run with The Pretty Reckless. Dates are below.
Glamour Kills has launched its brand-new UK/Europe webstore, which expands the company's reach to over 40 new countries. They will now be shipping to all of Europe and they've got a 10% off coupon if you use the code GKUK14.
Four Year Strong's first release since 2011's In Some Way, Shape Or Form will be a five-song EP called Go Down In History. It'll be out July 22 via Pure Noise Records (their signing to the label was announced last week). Check the album art in the replies.
1. What’s In The Box?
2. Living Proof Of A Stubborn Youth
3. Tread Lightly
4. Go Down In History
5. So You’re Saying There’s A Chance…
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
Jenny Lewis will release her first solo album in six years, The Voyager, on July 29th via Warner Bros. It was produced by Lewis, Ryan Adams, Mike Viola, Beck and Johnathan Rice. Artwork is in the replies.
01. Head Underwater
02. She’s Not Me
03. Just One Of The Guys
04. Slippery Slopes
05. Late Bloomer
06. You Can’t Outrun 'Em
07. The New You
08. Aloha & The Three Johns
09. Love U Forever
10. The Voyager
Hit the replies to hear the song "Mountain" from HalfNoise -- the project created by Zac Farro, formerly of Paramore.
As many of you may know, I am usually a drummer. But a few years ago I decided to see what writing and recording my own music would be like, HalfNoise. I made an EP in my house with a producer (Daniel James) and did a bit of touring. However it wasn't until I played a few shows in New Zealand and spent a few months there that I really realised my passion. In August of 2013, I went back to New Zealand and spent 7 months writing and recording the new HalfNoise album with my friend (producer) Daniel James. I wanted to experience life somewhere other than Nashville, Tenn and...
Today we've teamed up with our friends at Purevolume and Property of Zack to bring you some new Mayday Parade songs! Purevolume has "Worth a Thousand Words," POZ has "Stuck in Remission," and we've got "Hear the Sound" for you in the replies. The three songs come from the band's deluxe edition of Monsters In The Closet set to release tomorrow, and don't forget the band will be on this year's main stage of Warped Tour.
The Weekend Routine only have a debut EP in the works but have already shared the stage with the likes of Forever Came Calling, Divided By Friday, and With the Punches. Today, we are streaming their new single, "Monster In Me." Hit the replies to check it out.
SCENE Music Festival will be taking over St. Catharines, Ontario on June 28 and June 29 so to celebrate we're giving away five pairs of weekend passes. To win one pair just leave a post in the replies stating which band you're most excited to see. Winners will be notified via PM through the site on June 2. Good luck!
Hit the replies to see Strike Anywhere singer Thomas Barnett, John Crerar (Stop Breathing), Forrest Lorenzana (Out of Trust/Clenched Fist) and Matt Kash (Missing 23rd/Pullmen) cover Dag Nasty‘s "Simple Minds."
Cessna's finance corp says the rocker is $782,422.16 in the hole to them ... according to a lawsuit filed this week, and obtained by TMZ. Holland's fly guy issues date back to 2007 when ... according to the docs ... he financed a plane, but eventually had trouble making the payments. Cessna claims it struck a deal with Holland: He sold the aircraft privately, gave those funds to Cessna ... and they gave him until 2017 to pay off the remaining balance. He also had to put up 2 other planes he owns as collateral.