A new single from New Kids on the Block, called "Summertime" is set to hit airwaves on May 13th. Three days later, the band will perform together for the first time in 15 years on NBC's "The Today Show." And finally, fans can expect to see a new NKOTB album out in Fall 2008 via Interscope Records with a few tour dates in September and October already announced (check the replies).
After breaking up in 2003, Face to Face will be reuniting for some upcoming live shows. There are no immediate plans for a full scale tour, but they will be playing select festival dates in the US and internationally, the first being Bamboozle Left. The band will consist of Trever Keith, Scott Shiflett, Chad Yaro and Pete Parada. Also, singer Trever Keith has completed a solo album which he plans on releasing digitally through his website in the coming weeks, entitled Melancholics Anonymous.
Eve 6 have reunited, following the act's initial disbandment in July of 2004. The group plan to write and record their next, full-length effort early next year, with a full, North American headlining tour expected to follow shortly after.
Snapcase will reunite for a one-off appearance at The Music Hall of Williamsburg on November 24th in Brooklyn, New York. The now-defunct outfit released their last effort, Bright Flashes, in 2003 courtesy of Victory Records.
The original Superdrag line-up (Don Coffey Jr., John Davis, Brandon Fisher, and Tom Pappas) will be reuniting to play six limited tour dates in October and November. Pre-sale tickets for the shows will be available here as of Thursday, July 12th.
Last night, at the first of the two Name Taken shows, the band played three new songs and mentioned that they'll be back after the summer. During some of the crowd-interaction bits, there was talk of "if they hypothetically came back..."