Direct Hit have released a video for “Perfect Black.”
The notable artists on your television this week include: Avril Lavigne (Kimmel; 9/26), BTS (Fallon; 9/25), Shawn Mendes (Fallon; 9/27), Portugal. The Man (Meyers; 9/24), and Josh Groban (Corden; 9/26).
Carrie Underwood has the number one album in the country this week:
The set, which was released on Sept. 14 via Capitol Nashville, bows with 266,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Sept. 20 according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 251,000 were in traditional album sales.
For those curious, Thrice sold around 16,000 copies of their new album.
Bayside have released the acoustic version of “Howard.”
Kevin Devine and Kiley Lotz of Petal interview each other over at Talkhouse. The interview also premieres Kevin’s cover of Tom Petty’s “Into The Great Wide Open.”
Young the Giant have released their new song “Heat of the Summer.”
Anthony Green suggests Circa Survive may not play again for a while, so, you should go see their shows.
Copeland will be performing with the Imperial Symphony Orchestra in Florida on October 12th.
John Nolan will release his new album, Apendigo, on November 2nd. Today he’s released the new song “Do You Remember?” and pre-orders are now up.
The Beastie Boys have announced a book tour. The _Beastie Boys Book_ comes out next month.
Avenged Sevenfold have released a new mix of “Mad Hatter.” A message from M. Shadows, along with a download to the new version of the song, can be found below.
Breaking Bad’s soundtrack is getting a box set release.
Panic! at the Disco have parted ways with touring guitarist Kenny Harris after allegations of sexual misconduct were made over the weekend.
Audio Karate have shared their new song “Bounce” via BrooklynVegan.
The Maine have shared a cover of “Wildflowers” by Tom Petty.
Good Charlotte announced a Europe tour with Boston Manor and Moose Blood. However, after hearing concerns from fans over putting Moose Blood on the bill, they’ve taken down the announcement tweets and said they’re “reviewing the situation.”
Weezer have released a video for “Africa.”
Nowhere Fast’s new song “Soft Spoken” can be streamed below.