Archive for July, 2013

STREAM: Newly Surfaced Freddie Mercury/Michael Jackson Duets

Earlier in the week, Queen guitarist Brian May sent shockwaves across the interwebs with the news that some duets featuring Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson would surface at some point this year. Well, friends, I am pleased to say that that day has come. You can stream “There Must Be More To Life Than This” […]

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. Announce New Album, ‘The Speed of Things’

Indie pop duo Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. saw much success with their debut album, It’s A Corporate World, and now they’re ready to hit the ground running with their sophomore follow-up, The Speed of Things. Thirteen tracks are listed as being on the album, several of which were on their Patterns EP. Supposedly the album is […]

The Decemberists’ Colin Meloy Announces Solo EP and Tour

Colin Meloy, frontman of folk group The Decemberists, has just announced he will be touring for the first time in five years, as Consequence of Sound has reported. On the thirteen-stop tour, Meloy will be selling a new EP that is available only on the tour’s stops. No specifics have been distributed regarding the songs […]

Patent Pending Halfway To Funding New Record

Long Island based band Patent Pending have been busy guys lately. When not taking time to tour internationally with Bowling For Soup or performing at the Billboard Music Awards, they’ve been working on a PledgeMusic campaign to fund their new album, which they assure us will be awesome. Donations will be accepted in increments as […]

Neutral Milk Hotel Add Winter Tour Dates

East coasters, rejoice. Indie rock royalty Neutral Milk Hotel have just added a ton of new dates to their tour, including multiple nights in New York City, Boston, Pennsylvania, Canada, and more southern states. Jeff Mangum, Scott Spillane, Julian Koster, and Jeremy Barnes will all be present for the month-long stretch of shows this upcoming […]

LISTEN: Ulcerate – “Confronting Entropy”

New Zealand death metal trio Ulcerate have premiered a brand new song, entitled “Confronting Entropy,” that can be found after the jump. The track comes from the group’s forthcoming full-length, Vermis, which is set to hit stores September 17 via Relapse Records. Based on how utterly massive Ulcerate’s previous albums have been along with the […]

Of Montreal Announce Tour Dates

Experimental indie pop group Of Montreal are hitting the road once again this fall to tour through North America. Surf band La Luz will be joining them on most dates. See the full list of dates after the jump. This tour will be in support of their upcoming album, lousy with sylvianbriar (it really is […]

Trivium Debut “Brave This Storm,” Offer Free Download

Holy shit, metalheads. Wednesday is about to become your favorite day of the (current) week. Trivium are continuing to roll out the promotional efforts for the forthcoming album, and earlier today a new track entitled “Brave This Storm” found its way online via the band’s ridiculously well designed new site. The song is the same […]

System Of A Down Working On A New Album?

Alternative metal Armenian band System of a Down haven’t released new material since 2005’s Hypnotize, and the years since have seen both a reunion and some in fighting about new material. However, as a new video shows, the band told the crowd at a show in Los Angeles on July 29 that “Next time we […]

Action Bronson Performs At Retirement Home

Dammit, Noisey. You have all the best ideas. Your grandma may have no idea who Action Bronson is, but a dozen or so senior citizens in Toronto recently got an in person introduction to the rapper and his many talents during a surprise retirement home performance. No, this post is not building up to a […]

Drake Added to iHeartRadio Festival

Streaming is taking over the world of music — or maybe it just seems so. Among all of the Spotify, Pandora, and other updates, radio is still thriving and celebrating its success in numerous ways. One of these most famous ways, the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas, will now see Justin Timberlake, Elton John, and […]

ALBUM STREAM: Explosions In The Sky And David Wingo – ‘Prince Avalanche Soundtrack’

While I have not yet seen the movie (nor have I really even see an advertisement for it. Am I living in a cave, or is this movie not being promoted heavily?), the upcoming film Prince Avalanche has a soundtrack by composer David Wingo and post rock giants Explosions In The Sky. With Explosions being […]