blink-182 treat fans to their album title track and new single "ONE MORE TIME" alongside an official video. Directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada, the video finds the group's iconic lineup back together for the first time in 12 years with setups, moments and milestones from the band's storied career.
In true blink-182 style, the group has surprised fans with another new track, "MORE THAN YOU KNOW" - listen to the bundle here. Out on October 20 via Columbia Records, ONE MORE TIME... marks the first album to feature the group's iconic lineup, Mark Hoppus [bass, vocals], Tom DeLonge [guitar, vocals], and Travis Barker [drums], since 2011. (continue)
Avenged Sevenfold (comprising M. Shadows, Synyster Gates, Zacky Vengeance, Brooks Wackerman and Johnny Christ) unveil a twisted music video for their new single "Mattel" today. Directed by Zoe Katz [Robot Chicken, Brad Pitt's Magical Adventure], the live-action visual plunges into a plastic world starring various dolls. The band not only continues a career tradition of arresting and provocative visuals, but they also raise the bar once again.
Infiltrating radio now, "Mattel" adorns the group's unanimously lauded eighth full-length LP, Life Is But a Dream..., and follows "Nobody," which hit #1 on the Rock radio charts. (continue)
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has revealed the initial dates for a tour that he will be launching next year in support of his forthcoming solo album, "The Mandrake Project."
Renowned around the world as one of the greatest and most distinctive heavy metal vocalists of all time, Bruce Dickinson will be releasing a brand-new solo album in early 2024 on BMG Records. The Mandrake Project sees him reunited with long-time musical collaborator and producer Roy Z. (continue)
P.O.D. - Sonny Sandoval [vocals], Marcos Curiel [guitar], and Traa Daniels [bass] - have shared the video for their new single "DROP," out now via Mascot Records.
The track features a vicious vocal cameo from Lamb of God singer Randy Blythe. "'DROP' is another one of a kind, unparalleled banger that sets this band apart from everyone else," says Sandoval. "When you hear it, you know it's P.O.D.!" (continue)
Kenny Wayne Shepherd is sharing "Best Of Times," the powerful new single from upcoming album 'Dirt On My Diamonds Vol. 1,' out November 17th via Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group. Known for consistently redefining the essence of blues in the modern era, this new single showcases the essence of the album, amalgamating urban undertones with poignant socio-political observations, without losing sight of the soulful depth that is quintessential to Shepherd's work. Fans will recognize the signature touch of producer Marshall Altman, whose work on 'Dirt On My Diamonds Vol. 1' marks his first collaboration with Shepherd.
Birthed from the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 'Dirt On My Diamonds, Vol. 1' chronicles Shepherd's journey of musical evolution, touching on stories of loss, redemption, and memorable melodies, all crafted by an elite team of songwriters. As Shepherd himself describes it, "Every record I make is a moment in time. And this is a really special moment." (continue)
Roger Waters has shared a lyric video for two new track "Speak To Me" and "Breathe", which comes his forthcoming reimagining of the blockbuster "Dark Side Of the Moon" album.
Waters will release the new look at the legendary Pink Floyd album, entitled "The Dark Side Of The Moon Redux", on October 6th which finds him revisiting the record with brand new versions of the classic tracks. (continue)
Duran Duran release the brand new single 'Black Moonlight', taken from their upcoming album Danse Macabre, due for release on October 27 on Tape Modern via BMG.
The second of three brand new songs featured on the Danse Macabre album, 'Black Moonlight' sees Duran Duran reunited with long-time friend and collaborator Nile Rodgers in a timeless display of dance-rock glamour. Fueled by an instantly catchy bass line and infectious guitar hook, while Nick Rhodes' synths sound as if cut straight from a sixties B-movie horror, the song also features former band-member Andy Taylor on guitar. (continue)
Last night, Coldplay brought their record-breaking Music Of The Spheres World Tour back to North America with a spectacular performance at Seattle's Lumen Field. Bursting with lasers, fireworks and stunning LED wristbands, the show was the first of seven sold out, west coast dates that will also take the band to Vancouver, San Diego and LA.
The concert began with the band's incendiary 2021 single Higher Power, one of several hits performed from their GRAMMY Album of the Year-nominated Music Of The Spheres, including Let Somebody Go, People Of The Pride and the Billboard Hot 100 number one, My Universe. The rapturously-received show also featured anthems from across the band's incredible catalog, including Yellow, The Scientist, Clocks, Fix You, Viva La Vida, Paradise, A Sky Full Of Stars and Adventure Of A Lifetime. (continue)
One of the most-aired hard rock bands on MTV during the late '80s and early '90s was Winger, a band who had it all - expert chops, chart success, arena tours, etc. And now for the first time ever, the band's best-selling albums will be compiled together in the new box set, Chapter One: Atlantic Years 1988-1993 - which will be released on November 17, 2023 via Atlantic/BMG, and will be available as both vinyl and CD versions. Preorder here.
Included will be the band's self-titled debut from 1988 (which spawned the hits "Madalaine," "Seventeen," and "Headed or a Heartbreak"), In the Heart of the Young from 1990 (which gave us "I Can't Get Enuff," "Miles Away," and "Easy Come Easy Go"), and Pull from 1993 (which contained "Down Incognito"). (continue)
The Offspring, have shared the fourth episode of their podcast Time to Relax with The Offspring, featuring special guest, Jack Grisham, prolific front man of T.S.O.L, author, filmmaker and storyteller.
In this absolutely hilarious episode, Jack Grisham sits down with Dexter, Noodles and Blackball to tell the tale of nearly being killed by Fletcher Dragge (Pennywise), a special trip to Tijuana and narrowly escaping the police. Dexter & Noodles' jaws drop to the floor and Blackball tries to book T.S.O.L. & The Offspring for a show in his friend's backyard. (continue)
Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs shared their new track "Terror's Pillow" (Live) from their upcoming live record, Live In New York. The album showcases their fiery live show from their April 2023 performance at New York City's Mercury Lounge, on their recent tour in support of the acclaimed LP Land Of Sleeper.
The group also recently shared the newly emerging fan favorite "Big Rig" from the album, a spiraling metal odyssey which oscillates between hard driving space-punk thrash and sludge-laden, tectonic riffs. (continue)
As they prepare to unleash their third full-length album Sanguivore on Friday, October 13, Creeper have continued to expand the scope of their frenetic, flamboyant goth-punk heart that took their previous album, Sex, Death & The Infinite Void into the Top 5 of the Official Album Chart. First "Cry To Heaven" came across like an unholy union between The Sisters of Mercy and Glenn Danzig, before "Teenage Sacrifice" channelled the ire and anthemic punch of Judas Priest and Iron Maiden in their early '80s pomp.
Now, Creeper embrace a darker side of black with their new single "Black Heaven" and they have shared a visualizer video for the track. "Black Heaven" adds new sonic elements to Creeper's swaggering gothic heart, with looming, ominous synths entangled like barbed wire around Ian Miles' serrated riffs, which recall the sinister side of electro-pop and the darkwave scene of the early '80s. Presenting an important moment in the story between the album's core characters, Spook and Mercy, the vocal interplay between William Von Ghould's baritone croon and Hannah Hermione's sweetly alluring vocal harmonies provides another standout touch, which was inspired by Nick Cave's collaboration with the McGarrigle Sisters on the Bad Seeds' track "Hallelujah." (continue)
(hennemusic) Bush is streaming its new single, "Nowhere To Go But Everywhere", from the band's newly-announced collection "Loaded: The Greatest Hits 1994-2023."
Due November 10, the package delivers classic tracks and hits - including "Glycerine", "Machinehead", "Everything Zen" and "Comedown", among others - from the group's nine studio albums, as well as "Mouth" (The Stingray Mix) from the 1997 remix album "Deconstructed" and a cover of The Beatles' "Come Together" that originally saw a very limited release in 2012. (continue)
(hennemusic) Metallica is sharing pro-shot video of a performance of "Enter Sandman" from an August 27 show in Los Angeles, CA. The lead single from the group's 1991 self-titled album was featured during the second of two shows at the city's SoFi Stadium on the M72 World Tour.
"Enter Sandman" delivered Metallica its first US Top 20 single while the album earned the band's first US No. 1 on its way to sales of more than 16 million copies in the region. (continue)
Eddy Lee Ryder just released her new EP, "Blue Hour", and to celebrate we asked her to tell us about the single "Holy Sh*t I Think I Love You". Here is the story:
"Holy Sh*t I Think I Love You" is one of the many songs that came pouring out of me during COVID times. It is one of my favorite songs from start to finish and is on my upcoming EP, Blue Hour. I was torn between calling this song "Holy Sh*t I Think I Love You" aka the first lyric which I thought encapsulated everything I was trying to say or "Against the Wall" or "'Till The Bitter End". Well, leave it to an Instagram poll to determine the answer. While more people voted to make it an appropriate title, two artists I respect very much voted for the former, so that beat out the masses. (continue)
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