Today at 1pm on 107.7 FM The End (in Seattle), The Presidents of the United States of America will be live to premiere the first single from their new album These Are The Good Times People. If you are outside of the Seattle area you can listen online here. Also, the band recently made a video blog regarding information about their new album which can be seen in the replies.
Sergio from Thieves and Villains will be regularly updating the band's blog on their Buzznet page. Check out his first entry, which includes some big updates about the band and their writing process, right here.
Butch Walker has posted a blog thanking everyone who sent their wishes about his house burning down, and he is having a show on December 17 in LA at the Hotel Café to help raise money to pay for the possessions his friends lost.
Forgive Durden have launched a new site/blog where you can find updates on the band's status and what they're working on. Also, Thomas is looking to produce local bands in the Seattle area. If you're interested, head to the blog for more information.
John Mayer once again mentioned Paramore on his blog. This time he mentioned the song "Misery Business" as one of his top five tracks at the moment. He also briefly talks about his views on the state of pop music right now.
Senses Fail vocalist Buddy Nielsen has published a personal essay entitled "God, Homosexuality and the Universe," in which he challenges the walls constructed in the name of faith. The essay is available for your reading pleasure in Buddy's blog.
Doghouse Records outfit Jet Lag Gemini have posted a blog discussing the delay of their forthcoming, full-length release, Fire the Cannons, which is now expected to hit shelves on January 22nd via the label.