Microwave have released their new song “Lighterless” on Bandcamp.
How to Dress Well will release his new album, Care, on September 23rd. Today he released the first song from the album, “Lost Youth / Lost You.” The song was produced by Jack Antonoff.
The official Stranger Things soundtrack will be “coming soon.”
Dance Gavin Dance will release their new album, Mothership, on October 7th. They have also announced some new tour dates which can be found below.
Emarosa have shared their video for “Blue.”
Against the Current has been making themselves know with their debut album, In Our Bones. Here they chat briefly with me at the APMA red carpet.
Morrissey has announced some more shows for this year. Dates can be found below.
The New Addiction have decided to get back together and release a new EP. You can stream the first song from it, Faces, on Bandcamp.
PUP have announced they’re having their very own signature beer made called “The Dream is Hungover.”
The English horror-punk band Creeper are about to take over the US with a smattering of east coast dates and music festivals before hoping back across The Pond to dominate Europe for the rest of the year. Here they chat with me briefly on the APMA red carpet.
Against the Current have released their new video for “Young & Relentless.”
A new video interview with Acceptance can be found on YouTube.
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Apple has bought the rights to “Carpool Karaoke” and will be releasing episodes exclusively on Apple Music:
The viral segment that broke out on the Late Late Show With James Corden is being turned into its own series, which will air first exclusively for subscribers to Apple’s music streaming app.
Carpool Karaoke, which will be produced by CBS Television Studios and Fulwell 73, the production company of Late Late Show executive producer Ben Winston, will expand on the segment’s format with celebrity guests who sing along to their favorite songs and surprise fans during their ride. The host of the series is expected to be announced at a later date; Corden is not expected to take the wheel.
Neck Deep are a pop-punk band from Wales who have a deep history with the APMAs. Lead singer Ben Barlow played with A Day to Remember at the 2014 awards and the band played this this year as well. I spoke with the band briefly on the red carpet and you can find that interview below.
The Bouncing Souls’ new album, Simplicity, can be streamed below.
This Wild Life have shared a live video for their new song “Break Down.” Pre-orders of the new album will come with an instant download of the track.
Owen’s new album, The King of Whys, can be streamed over at Spin.
Anthony Green’s new single “From What I Understand” can be heard below.
Prophets of Rage performed on Kimmel last night. Video of the performance can be found below.
Austin Carlile from Of Mice & Men spoke with Christina O’Neill at Team Rock about how he was “clinically dead for three hours” during heart surgery:
It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever gone through. It’s hard to go through something like that that’s dangerous in general, and just to not know if you’re gonna be there, four, five or six hours later. When I had my heart surgery, my heart was stopped.
“They put my head in a whole thing of ice, to stop your brain activity, you’re dead. I was clinically dead for three hours while they did the procedure.