No Doubt has posted their brand new single “Settle Down” online for stream here. The track is featured on the bands first record in over 10 years, titled “Push And Shove” it will be released on September 25th through Interscope Records.
The All American Rejects have posted the video for their song “Beekeeper’s Daughter” online. The song is from the bands latest album “Kids In The Street” which will be released on March 26th through Interscope Records. You can watch the video below.
Taking Back Sunday has posted the video for their song “You Got Me” up for your viewing pleasure online. The track is from the bands latest self-titled album which is available now through Interscope Records. You can watch the video below.
Being that bands like Blink 182, Lagwagon, and Bodyjar, shaped the musical pallet of my early years, I always hold them closer than the newly spawned artists of today, not to mention my fondness for dick jokes. After their over-analyzed experimental self-titled effort alienated enough pop punk fans, the band had a falling out. In this corner Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker formed the “I’m playing carefree pop punk but I’m old” band +44, while Tom Delonge with his cloudy-minded conspiracy theories formed the space rock outfit, Angels & Airwaves. Clearly at creative wits end, the trio pinballed around different projects, always offering less than the sum of their whole. Only until the tragic jet crash in which Travis and DJ AM miraculously survived, did the trio put aside petty disagreements and feuds to work together once again, which they awkwardly pronounced at the 2009 Grammy’s. The fruition of the bands efforts came full circle with the release of their first album in eight years, “Neighborhoods.” read more
Blink 182 is currently streaming their latest album “Neighborhoods” completely online here. The record is available now through Interscope Records.
Blink 182 has posted the video for their new single “Up All Night” online. The track is from the bands latest album “Neighborhoods” which will be released on September 27th through Interscope Records. You can watch the video below.
Feeling almost like the attempted resurgence of Vanilla Ice in the late 90′s and early 00′s, the proverbial, rap/rock mixing, nu-metalers Limp Bizkit have resurfaced after six years of gleeful (for most anyways) hiatus. This time with all of their founding members intact – including a once tumultuous chemistry with one Wes Borland, which has seemingly mellowed itself out. Admiting to once being a fan of this (now) cartoon charactor of a band is rather difficult. My ears found a home with the pent up angst, raw emotion, and hyped lyricism of the bands best works, 97′s, “Three Dollar Bill, Y’all$” and 99′s commercial hit, “Significant Other,” while a matured pallete and expanding tastes had me turn a deaf ear to their later efforts and attempts at the dying nu-metal genre. After several years, reformations that included the addition of competent guitarist Mike Smith (Snot), a yo-yo releationship with Wes Borland, an contrived attempt at prog alt-metal with “The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1),” a Fred Durst sex-tape, and a hell of a lot of late-arrival creativity, many had written off the collective talent of these five. Now enters the act’s new album “Gold Cobra,” which seems to be a refresh for the bands past and past music. read more
Limp Bizkit has posted the video for their song “Gold Cobra” online. The track is from the bands album, “Gold Cobra” which will be released on June 28th through Interscope Records. The video can be seen below.
It’s a generally accepted notion that no one needs to explain why All Time Low has become so popular and influential over the last few years, for better or for worse. These four pop-rockers from Baltimore, MD quickly came on to the scene and a few dozen catchy hits and chart-topping albums later, we have ATL’s fourth full length, major label-debut, “Dirty Work.” And while some consider the bands hay-days to have already come and gone with their EP “Put Up Or Shut Up” and sophomore “So Wrong, It’s Right” sharing the most of the glory, many have had nothing but pleasant things to say about the bands recent full-lengths. I guess we’ll see how far the rabbit hole goes. read more
Limp Bizkit has posted their new single “Gold Cobra” up for stream online. The track will be on the bands new album which will hit stores on June 28th through Interscope Records. You can hear the track below and see the efforts album art and track listing after the jump.
2. Bring It Back
3. Gold Cobra
4. Shark Attack
5. Get A Life
7. Douche Bag
8. Walking Away
12. Why Try
13. Killer In You