Every Time I Die have released their new song “Glitches.”
Saosin recently spoke with Punkvideosrock about recording Along The Shadow, fitness, and parenting.
Good Old War have announced their November tour dates with Joshua Radin. You can find those below.
Lanye Guitars have shared some photos of the new guitar that was designed and conceived by Jesse Lacey of Brand New.
The Beatles have announced that they will be releasing Live at The Hollywood Bowl this fall. The new version will contain a new master and four additional tracks.
A new, remastered live album containing the Beatles’ performances at the Hollywood Bowl in 1964 and 1965 will be released this fall. The album, Live at the Hollywood Bowl, coincides with a new documentary by Ron Howard about the band’s early career, dubbed Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years.
William Daniels, maybe best known as playing Mr. Feeny on Boy Meets World, has announced his memoir will be out next year.
JANK’s new Versace Summer EP can be streamed below.
My Chemical Romance have posted up a cryptic video on Twitter. The video features the date 9/23/16, which would be 9 years and 11 months to the day that The Black Parade was released.
Taking Back Sunday have announced some new tour dates with You Blew It! — they’re in the replies.
Jenny Lewis & NAF performed “Door” and “Guns” on Colbert.
Bright Eyes have announced a box set. The Studio Albums 2000-2011 will be released on vinyl on CD on September 16th via Saddle Creek. Pre-orders are now up.
Young Guns have released their new video for “Bulletproof.”
Blink-182 has spent their third straight week at the the top of the alternative radio charts.
Blink 182’s airplay gains and the Lumineers’ losses combine to give “Bored to Death” a formidable 1.418 million impressions lead over the runner up song at the format.
HAIM have canceled their upcoming European tour after reaching a “critical point” in their recording process.
Usually I just add “updates” to articles that I have already posted, but this was such a good story I felt like it needed its own post. To follow-up on my wondering what Stephan Jenkins from Third Eye Blind might say on stage after hearing his band would be playing at the RNC: we have an answer. In a pretty epic troll job the band spent the night performing deeper cuts from their catalogue and proclaiming their support for LGBT rights and science.
At one point during the concert, Jenkins poked fun at controversial conservative views. “Raise your hand if you believe in science!” he reportedly taunted, drawing a series of boos from the crowd. He responded: “You can boo all you want, but I’m the motherf—king artist up here.”
Chris Collingwood, the lead singer of Fountains of Wayne, has released his new solo album under the Look Park moniker. You can stream that below.
Twenty One Pilots have released a live video for “Ride.”
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