Caspian have released a new video for “Castles High, Marble Bright.”
Nintendo have posted up a teaser video for their new gaming platform.
The trailer for Logan has been released. The film will be Hugh Jackman’s last portrayal as the Wolverine.
Blink-182 have released a new video for “She’s Out of Her Mind.” The video parodies their classic “What’s My Age Again?” video with a new spin and comes as part of Spotify’s new “Flash Frame” series.
Nate Barcalow has posted on Instagram that Finch have broken up. He has also posted up a bunch of Finch demos from 2015 on YouTube.
Mae have posted up some new vinyl pressings for The Everglow and Destination: Beautiful.
The Early November have announced a 10-year anniversary tour for their triple album, The Mother, The Mechanic, The Path. Dates can be found below.
Sorority Noise and The World Is A Beautiful Place… upcoming split 7″ can be streamed below.
Good Charlotte have posted up a summer tour re-cap video.
Jimmy Eat World have added a few more tour dates to their upcoming trek. You can find all of their announced dates below.
Foo Fighters returned from hiatus and performed over the weekend for a special charity show in Los Angeles.
Kings of Leon played “Waste a Moment” on Fallon last night.
Eminem has released the new song “Campaign Speech.”
The first teaser trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has been released. The movie is set for release on May 5th, 2017.
Green Day have released a new lyric video for “Say Goodbye.”
Radiohead have released A Moon Shaped Pool songbook.
Drummer Zach Lind chats about thinking differently on Jimmy Eat World’s new album Integrity Blues, the challenge of taking your craft up a level, the delicate balance of tracklisting, and being notorious for not knowing what people are going to like.
Blink-182’s “She’s Out Of Her Mind” has officially gone to alternative radio. It was the most added song the last two weeks.
Billboard is reporting that Frank Ocean’s Blonde will be ineligible for the Grammys this year.
A source confirms to Billboard that neither album was submitted for consideration by Ocean’s labels, management or other reps, even though both were released well before the 2017 Grammy eligibility cutoff date of Sept. 30, 2016.