The official “Black Friday” Record Store Day list has been released.
Our music forum has put together a new compilation of Halloween songs.
Bring Me The Horizon have released a live version of “Doom” from the Royal Albert Hall.
Real Friends have debuted their new video for “Mess.”
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Muse talked with Music Week about how they wanna use magnets on stage during their next tour so they can levitate:
Asked what his biggest challenge is, he said: “It is ridiculous, but trying to dream up something more adventurous is always our challenge, where does the next bolt of lightning come where you capture the essence of it and trying to put it into a record or a tour, it’s definitely my permanent challenge.
“We want to do a stage made of magnets so the band can levitate on other magnets. It’s those questions that keep me awake every night of my life. If there are any magnet technicians out there, please come and see me because that’s what we’re trying to achieve.”
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The “Black & Chrome” edition of Max Max: Fury Road is now available to stream or download on Amazon. The physical copy comes out on December 6th.
The Shins have posted a teaser for … something. “I Gleek On Your Grave” appears on the end credit screen, which is a weird phrase.
Ted Leo has released a new politically charged track called “In the Mean Times.” You can stream that below.
Yeasayer’s b-side, “Loan Shark Blues,” can be streamed below.
The Damned will release their new album next year. They have started a PledgeMusic and announced some new tour dates.
I caught up with Kevin Devine on the same morning that his new album, Instigator, launched for stream onto the internet — a fact he seemed almost as relieved as he was excited about. Over the next hour, we talked all kinds of things from the connection between the album’s title and its artwork, how his song “No Time Flat” has aged over the past decade, and what full-length album he might want to cover next.
The Airborne Toxic Event have released the new song “America.”
The Japanese House has unveiled “Swim Against the Tide,” the title track to her forthcoming EP available November 11th, on Spotify and Apple Music.
Cover Your Tracks have released their new video for “Cages.”
Waterparks have released their new song “Royal.”
Vocals have been completed for the new Paramore album.