Archive for January 17th, 2010

The All-American Rejects kick off 2010 with a new song for “Almost Alice”

New York, NY— After closing out 2009 with their hit single “Gives You Hell” as the #1 most played song of the year, The All-American Rejects kick off 2010 with a brand new song for “Almost Alice,” the soon to be released CD from Buena Vista Records is inspired by the upcoming Disney Digital 3D […]

Blur documentary coming to DVD

Courtesy of Pitchfork: Back in November, we reported that a Blur documentary called No Distance Left to Run was set to debut in the UK this month. Well, NME reports that the film, from directors Dylan Southern and Will Lovelace, will indeed begin a UK theatrical run next week. It premiered last night at London’s […]

Review: Mansions – Best of the Bees

Artist: Mansions Album: Best of the Bees Genre: Indie/Rock Label: Doghouse 2009 was a banner year for Mansions. Emerging from the obscurity of the talent pool that is the internet, Christopher Browder [the sole musician on the act’s albums] has nearly become a [hipster] household name. His melancholy songs about love, loss, and life are […]

Portugal. The Man feel The Sun

Portugal. The Man, who earlier this week announced a jam packed 2010 tour, have just released their video for “The Sun.” Check it out below:

A Tour to Remember

A Day To Remember have announced their Spring Headlining run will find them joined by Silverstein, August Burns Red, Enter Shikari, and Veara. Preliminary dates can be found below: 3/31 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution 4/1 Tampa, FL @ The Ritz 4/2 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade 4/3 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade 4/4 Charlotte, […]

Serj Tankian to release Elect the Dead Symphony

On March 16th, 2009, Serj Tankian, a Grammy Award winner and one of rock’s most unconventional front men, took the stage at the majestic Auckland Town Hall in New Zealand with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra to perform a very special orchestral interpretation of his critically acclaimed debut solo album Elect the Dead. The dynamic one-off […]

Capra – not a “Low Day” in sight

Chances are if you who have watched TV lately you’ve heard up-and-coming band Capra, you just might not know it yet. “Low Day,” the first single from the Los Angeles-based rock band known for their sunny pop sensibilities, is featured in a worldwide ad campaign for travel site, which can seen here: Capra, composed […]

DJ AM’s estate settles lawsuit over plane crash

Courtesy of Alt.Press: The $20 million lawsuit filed by the late Adam “DJ AM” Goldstein over his 2008 plane crash has been settled for an undisclosed amount. Goldstein filed the suit after the crash that killed everyone on board a Learjet except himself and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker. Goldstein died this past August of an […]

Weezer are back in action

Courtesy of Pitchfork: When Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo was injured in an a tour bus accident last month, the band had to cancel the remainder of its tour to allow Cuomo time to recover from lung and spleen injuries. But in a new blog post on Weezer’s website, the band has announced that Cuomo has […]

Review: Enfold Darkness – Our Cursed Rapture

Artist: Enfold Darkness Album: Our Cursed Rapture Genre: Black/Death Metal Label: Sumerian I had no preconceptions upon my first listen of Enfold Darkness’s debut album Our Cursed Rapture, aside from the fact that Sumerian Records have yet to disappoint me. Based out of Tennessee, Enfold Darkness captures the realms of black metal with elements of […]

New Showbread Video

Showbread have released the video for their song “I Think I’m Going To See You.” You can see it below: Showbread “I Think I’m Going To See You” Music Video from Showbread on Vimeo.