Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross have released their new song “Juno” to celebrate NASA’s Juno Mission.
Rihanna has released the video for her Star Trek: Beyond single “Sledgehammer.”
The Japanese b-side from the new Blink-182 album is called “Hey, I’m Sorry.” A few clips of it have shown up on YouTube, but not the full song yet.
Bad Suns will release Disappear Here on September 16th. Pre-orders are now up and they’re streaming the title track.
Useless ID’s new album, State Is Burning, can be streamed below.
Weezer have released a new song called “I Love the USA” on Apple Music.
We were on tour abroad, and it got me thinking a lot about America, which lead to me write “I Love The USA.“ When Apple and NASA asked us to be involved with Juno’s historic landing on July 4th, this song seemed like the perfect fit.
The Menzingers recently debuted two new songs live — you can find fan-shot videos of both below. One is titled “Bad Catholics” and will not be on the new album, and the other is so far untitled but will.
Big D and the Kids Table have released a new video for “Oi DJ.”
Dikembe have premiered their new song “Earth Around Me.”
Set It Off will release Upside Down on October 7th via Equal Vision Records. They’ve released a video for the first song on the album, “Something New.”
It looks like Anberlin are teasing a vinyl box set of some kind on Instagram.
Sum 41 has launched pre-order bundles for their new album, 13 Voices.
Andy Hurley from Fall Out Boy is also playing in a band called Sect. They’ve posted three songs up on Bandcamp and will be releasing their debut album on August 5th via Deathwish. Noisey has more details on the band:
Comprised of [Chris] Colohan on vocals, James Chang and Scott Crouse on guitar, Ian Edwards on bass, and drummer Andrew Hurley, Sect rips and roars, chugs and stomps, and generally just fucking shreds. Colohan’s caustic vocals are instantly recognizable, all sneer and snarl, and the unexpected shards of melody studding the otherwise cutthroat template of tracks like “Sinking” add a darker, moodier dimension to the short, sharp hardcore shocks of songs like “Scourge of Empire” and “Death Dealer.”
Sum 41’s “Fake My Own Death” is up on the international versions of Spotify and Apple Music, it should hit the US versions in just a few hours. Until then it looks like it’s on YouTube.
Pretty good year for the return of pop-punk bands I liked as a teenager.
Tegan and Sara’s interview and performance on “Charlie Rose” can be found below.
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