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The Grateful Dead have announced a new graphic novel:
Grateful Dead Origins takes an in depth and personal look at the formation of one of the most important American rock bands of all time, exploring the early days of Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Pigpen, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart. The story of the band’s transformation from a bar band performing as the Warlocks to becoming the creators of their own sound and forefathers for the jamband culture is depicted in the original story written by Chris Miskiewicz and illustrated by Noah Van Sciver.
The 1975’s full 2019 Coachella set has been uploaded to YouTube.
Disturbed have released a live video for “A Reason to Fight.”
Sainthood Reps’ new song “Wreck” can be streamed below via Alt Press.
The 1975 performed “It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)” on Corden last night. They also did a little interview.
The drummer and bassist of Direct Hit have quit the band.
Underoath will release their documentary, Get Over It (The Making of Erase Me), tonight at 5pm PST. It will premiere on YouTube.
The trailer for Swamp Thing has been released.
Hey Violet have parted ways with their bassist after sexual assault allegations.
Carly Rae Jepsen has released the track listing for Dedicated.
Cayetana have announced they’re breaking up.
The Japanese House have announced via Instagram that she’s almost finished with a new EP.
No Rome has released the new song “Cashmoney.”
Ben Gibbard’s Record Store Day A-Side “Me And Magdalena” from The Swift Sessions has been uploaded to YouTube.
Madonna will release her new album, Madame X, on June 14th. Today she’s released the new song “Medellín.” Pre-orders are now up.
Lorde covered Simon & Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” with Marlon Williams for the Christchurch benefit last night.
SOB X RBE have teamed up with Hit-Boy for the new album Family Not a Group. The album is available on Spotify and Apple Music.
Beyoncé has dropped a new live album to accompany her new Netflix documentary. Homecoming: The Live Album is available on Spotify and Apple Music.
Tycho has released the new song “Easy.”