Roses Are Red will be filming a live video for "Failing" tomorrow (May 25) at the Theater Of Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA. The song is off the bands' forthcoming album, What Became Of Me, which hits stores June 13 via Trustkill Records.
Moneen's music video for "If Tragedy's Appealing, Then Disaster's An Addiction" can be seen here. Also, Moneen have put up "This is All Bigger Than Me" and "The Day No One Needed To Know" on their MySpace page. Both tracks appear on their new album, The Red Tree, which is in stores now.
There is a new live video on Thrice's website for free download. The video was filmed in London on their co-headlining tour with Coheed and Cambria. Also now that the band is home, they are going back into writing mode for their next 'project.'
Chiodos is currently on the road with Between The Buried and Me and will follow that up with a stint on Warped Tour. Dates are below. The band will also be filming a video for "Baby, You Wouldn't Last A Minute On The Creek" in NYC very soon. Details below as well.
Head to pureVOLUME and check out some footage of Say Anything. This was shot at one of their many SXSW showcases back in March. Also, the band will perform "Alive With The Glory of Love" on Cold Pizza tomorrow morning (Friday, May 19th) from 10:00AM to 12:00PM EST on ESPN2.
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A short clip of a new acoustic Chiodos song called "I Caught The Queen Of Diamonds" can be seen here. Also, the band will be shooting a video next week in NYC for "Baby, You Wouldn't Last a Minute on the Creek."
Stadium Arcadium, the new double album from Red Hot Chili Pepers, is in stores now. That's 28 brand new songs, including the hit single, "Dani California." You can stream the album in its entirety on AOL this week. If you haven't seen the video for the single, then check the links below.