Noah Gundersen performed three songs in a new live session for Paste Studios.
Matt and Mark of Blink-182 talked with Rock Sound in a new video interview.
The notable artists on your television this week include: Bruce Springsteen (Kimmel; 10/21), The National (Kimmel; 10/23), and Brockhampton (Fallon; 10/24).
YoungBoy Never Broke Again has the number one album in the country this week:
The set, which was released on Oct. 11 via Never Broke Again/Atlantic Records, starts with 110,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Oct. 17, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, just 3,000 were in album sales, while the rest was overwhelmingly powered by streaming activity.
Limbeck, The Color Turning, Astoria, Bed, Great Glass Elevator, and The Wild Forever are getting together to play a tribute show for David Del Fonzo (guitarist of Astoria and The Color Turning), who passed away earlier this year.
Jay from Just Surrender has released the new song “Best-Laid Plans” with his new band, With Abandon. Look for a new album in January.
Out of Service has released their new song “Sleep” via New Fury Media.
Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have announced the commercial release of the Watchmen soundtrack. They’ll release three volumes on November 4th, November 25th, and December 16th to coincide with different moments in the new series.
Chris Conley of Saves the Day talked with BrooklynVegan about the songs that inspired Through Being Cool:
Lifetime usually played fast and loud and sounded like Bad Brains with poetic lyrics, but this song was mid tempo and catchy and emotional and raw. I must have listened to this song a thousand times in my lifetime and its essence is fused with my DNA. This song is a major reason why Saves The Day slowed down a bit on Through Being Cool and started playing more mid tempo melodic rock and roll.
The Wonder Years have been dressing up as Limp Bizkit during some of their recent Halloween shows. A fan shot video of the band covering “Nookie” has been uploaded to YouTube.
Coldplay will be releasing their new double album, Everyday Life, on November 22nd.
Circa Survive will be heading out on ten-year anniversary tour.
mewithoutYou have decided 2020 will be their last. You can read the full statement from the band below.
Frank Ocean has released the new song “DHL.”
Hey Violet have released the new song “Clean.”
Shakira shared a cover of Green Day’s “Basket Case” from the studio.
Bon Iver performed “Salem,” “iMi,” and “Blood Bank” on CBS This Morning.
Patrick Stump has shared “Deep Blue Love” from the upcoming soundtrack to Spell.
“Brendan gave me a real chance as a composer,” says Stump of working with director Brendan Walter on the soundtrack to “Spell.” “I was allowed to explore elements of my writing that I could never have without the narrative of the film. This score was fantastic to work on because I got to play with the film’s theme of emotional ambiguity: How much of this is actually happening? How much of this is in Benny’s Head? Is he working towards achieving a goal or is he being consumed by some kind of ominous horror? Asking and in some cases answering those questions with music was a real thrill.”