You can win the boombox from Weezer's video for "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived" here. As MTV's Artist of the Week, they cut some promos with Johnny Knoxville (you may know him from The Dukes of Hazzard and some show on MTV), which can be viewed here. Don't forget to see the making-of for "Pork and Beans" here.
It's the moment you've all been waiting for. We have just added Weezer's high-resolution art for their upcoming self-titled (red) album to the AP.net Gallery. I hope you're all taking this opportunity to finally rock Rivers' rodeo look as your new desktop wallpaper
According to a recent press release, Weezer's Red Album "has parts Blue Album, Pinkerton, and forges new territory with all four members taking turns singing lead." Read the full description in the replies.
02) The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations on a Shaker Hymn)
03) Pork and Beans
04) Heart Songs
05) Everybody Get Dangerous
07) Thought I Knew
08) Cold Dark World
10) The Angel and the One
11) Miss Sweeney (Deluxe Edition)
12) Pig (Deluxe Edition)
13) The Spider (Deluxe Edition)
14) King (Deluxe Edition)
Contrary to a recent news post made on this site, it turns out albumsix.com is a hoax. The album will not be called Tout Ensemble and there has been no announcement of a release date. Weezer has posted an official update on their site that you can read it below.
Dashboard Confessional have made their rendition of Weezer's "El Scorcho" available for streaming here. The track is taken from The Wire Tapes: Volume One, a collection of cover songs available exclusively on the act's ongoing headlining tour.
Weezer is polishing up a batch of songs for a recording session that will start sometime in July. This will be the final recording session for the band's sixth album and follow-up to Make Believe, which they plan to release in the first half of 2008.