Archive for May 31st, 2014

What-If

‘What If’ Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe And Zoe Kazan Try To Keep It Platonic

Daniel Radcliffe has navigated his post-Harry Potter career so far. He’s hit the stage with a play and a musical, forayed into horror, and portrayed a famous American poet. It’s probably a good thing he diversified before hopping into a standard romcom – he’ll hopefully avoid any more child star trip-ups or McConaughey-esque swoon. This romcom, What If, […]

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Linkin Park Debut New Song “Wastelands”

Following the previously released “Guilty All The Same” and “Until It’s Gone,” Linkin Park have unveiled yet another new single from their upcoming album The Hunting Party. The band has described the new album as “visceral,” and “Wastelands” is another heavier rap-rock track they’ve premiered in the form of a lyric video that can be […]

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WATCH: Ariana Grande – “Problem” Featuring Iggy Azalea

With an explosion of color and pop, Ariana Grande has released her new music for “Problem,” featuring Iggy Azalea. Directed by Nev Todorovic, the video boasts a grainy aesthetic with dancers, color, vivid imagery, and even aspects of psychedelics. Acting as the first single from Grande’s yet untitled sophomore release, the chart topping hit will […]

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See Where Good Intentions Will Lead You In Second ‘The Green Inferno’ Trailer

Horror movies don’t often lead to happy endings; twists dooming the hard-fought “victory” of our harried and maimed protagonists (if they are even given that happy illusion) are a norm. The theme of the new film from Eli Roth is confessing – or proudly professing – this quite directly: “No good deed goes unpunished.” In gore-happy Eli […]

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Adam McKay Pulls Out Of Final Negotiations To Direct ‘Ant-Man’

The bad news just keeps on coming, after last week’s stunning upset that resulted in Edgar Wright’s (The World’s End) departure from Marvel’s upcoming superhero film Ant-Man, other directors have been courted to pick up the project from where it left off. After hearing that directors Rawson Marshall Thurber (We’re The Millers) and Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland) […]

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WEEKLY WAX: Vinyl Releases For The Week Of 5/25-5/31

Welcome back to Weekly Wax! Essential pick-ups in the vinyl world this week included the debut album from Aaron West and the Roaring Twenties, the new solo project from Dan Campbell of The Wonder Years, the long-awaited sophomore album from Dikembe, and the new reissue of Glassjaw‘s classic, Worship and Tribute. If you have a […]

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No, This Is Not Bane’s Final Tour

With Bane‘s announcement of Don’t Wait Up being their final album, many fans and promoters alike assumed their US tour in support of it would be their last. This past Wednesday, Bane has posted an update to Facebook to set these rumors straight and thankfully enough, this isn’t their final US tour. The hardcore band’s […]

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REVIEW: Owen Pallett – ‘In Conflict’

Artist: Owen Pallett Album: In Conflict Genre: Chamber Pop Label: Domino/Secret City Owen Pallett has been standing on the curved line of fame for years. The 34-year-old Canadian has yet to become a household name, but he’s played a part in the sound of so many who are. As a composer, he’s done arrangements for the […]