Archive for January 3rd, 2014

Of Us Giants Stream “Sycamore Tomb”

2014 is already promising to be a great year for awesome music. There will be plenty of new jams for everyone in every genre. One band that you should be keeping an eye on this year is the three-piece indie rock outfit Of Us Giants. They are currently poised to release their debut full-length album […]

Elder Brother Announce Album Pre-Order, Release First Track

Straight from the Pure Noise Records family comes Elder Brother. Featuring members of The Story So Far, Daybreaker, and The American Scene, Elder Brother is an exploration of Indie rock from the typically pop-punk powerhouse label (granted a few). The band recently launched pre-orders for their debut album, Heavy Head, here. Along with pre-orders, they […]

See Rebecca Hall And Alan Rickman In ‘A Promise’

In a newly released trailer for French film A Promise, we find Rebecca Hall tied in a love triangle with Alan Rickman and Richard Madden (or maybe better known as Robb Stark). So far receiving mixed reviews, some critics have claimed that the pre-World War I drama has an “absence of chemistry.” While others cite […]

WATCH: Set It Off To Record 2014 Release With John Feldmann

Set It Off have released a thrilling new video announcement declaring their 2014 release will be produced by John Feldmann. “Right now is the time to get our chops wet and really be prepared to go into that studio and kill it,” vocalist Cody Carson said in the video. John Feldmann has produced albums from bands […]

Evanescence Singer Suing Wind Up Records For Mismanagement

There are bands who were there for you during certain periods of your life. Break ups, high school, marriage, divorce, etc. For me, it was high school, and that band was Evanescence. They’ve been off the mainstream radar for a while, but now it seems that they’re making headlines again. Not with a new album […]

Manchester Orchestra Members Release Solo Tracks

As a part of the Fadeaway Records compilation, Fadeaway Records 10: Friends, members of the Atlanta-based band have released three solo tracks. The three songs are performed by frontman Andy Hull, Robert McDowell and Chris Freeman. Hull’s “Back of Your Old Church” offers up a great representation of his comforting, breathy vocals reminiscent of his Right […]

The 9 Must-See Films Of January 2014

January is usually a month reserved for the worst films of the year. No one really knows why this is, but it seems after the awards season dies down studios seem willing to release just about anything (as long as it does not cost that much to market). This year, however,there are a few more […]

Neck Deep Teasing New Song “Staircase Wit”

Adding to a series of Instagram videos teasing songs from their upcoming Hopeless Records debut, UK pop punk outfit Neck Deep have posted a clip of a new song called “Staircase Wit.” After gaining momentum from well-received EPs Rain in July and A History of Bad Decisions, the band announced their partnership with Hopeless Records […]

Deadmau5 Will Never Play Miami Nightclubs Again

If you want to be front row at a deadmau5 show (or any show for that matter) don’t sit on your phone the entire time. He was beyond peeved to look out at the Miami crowd and see faces illuminated by screens, so much so that he’s banning any future shows in that city’s nightclubs […]

Beck Covers John Lennon

In advance of his upcoming album Morning Phase (due out in February), Beck has graced us with a cover of John Lennon’s “Love.” The cover of the ’70s era track will have a place on Starbucks’ Sweetheart 2014 compilation album, which will be on shelves February 4 (just in time for Valentine’s Day). Beck’s wholesome croon brings […]

Morrissey to Write Novel

The former Smiths frontman turned solo artist has revealed that, following the success of his autobiography released last year, he is penning a novel. During a Q&A with fans on his official fan site website, True To You, Moz expressed his desire to turn to fiction for his next published work. He also hinted at […]

First Look: Judas Priest To Appear On ‘The Simpsons’ This Week

The town of Springfield has welcomed many famous faces over the years, and this Sunday they’ll add another iconic rock group to the list as metal greats Judas Priest make their debut on the long-running animated show. Yes, that’s right, Rob Halford and the gang are heading to Springfield for a one-scene-only performance that will […]