Archive for February 20th, 2014

MUSIC VIDEO: Norma Jean – “Sword In Mouth, Fire Eyes”

Norma Jean‘s latest music video includes significantly less milk and vomit than their last one, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less strange. The new clip, which accompanies the song “Sword In Mouth, Fire Eyes,” follows a shark that cons its way into an office job, saves the boss’s life, and eventually becomes employee of […]

Frameworks Release ‘Loom’ Teaser

You might be familiar with Gainesville, Florida’s Frameworks from their recent split release with Kittyhawk, Prawn, and Droughts, but if not, now is the time to get acquainted. The melodic hardcore act recently signed with Topshelf Records, and they will release their debut full-length, titled Loom through the label on April 29. You can watch […]

Ski Lodge Stream “Our Love Is Over Now”

Is Andrew Marr related to Johnny Marr or is the name a mere coincidence? When the former’s band, Ski Lodge, gets dark, it’s hard to not acknowledge The Smiths influence, but is a Smiths influence ever a bad thing? Not to our knowledge. Ski Lodge released their excellent full-length debut, Big Heart, late last summer […]

Foster the People Release Second Single From ‘Supermodel’

Foster the People have unleashed “Pseudologia Fantastica,” the second single from their upcoming sophomore album Supermodel. The song is quite the departure from the album’s first single, the dancefloor-ready “Coming of Age,” with Mark Foster’s diverse vocal stylings soaring over some post rock-esque soundscapes. Supermodel will be released on March 18, while the band hits […]

Dan Auerbach Reportedly Producing the Next Lana Del Rey Record

According to the Nashville, Tn.-based publication No Country For New Nashville, Lana Del Rey has been seen working at the Black Keys member’s studio, Easy Eye Studio, in Nashville. This morning, Del Rey posted a photo on Twitter with the caption “Me and Dan Auerbach are excited to present you Ultraviolence.” The news of the combo […]

Meshuggah Fans Petition For Leonardo DiCaprio To Join Band At Bonnaroo

The end of Titanic never really sat well with me. Rose was a headboard hog, and call me cold, but “true love” aside, Jack definitely drew the short straw in that relationship. Personally, I would’ve much rather seen the male protagonist tread the frigid Atlantic waters to safety, and then, in a fit of bitter […]

All Hail Queen Katy: The “Dark Horse” Video Is Here

Go ahead and cancel whatever plans you have for the next hour. Katy Perry has just released the official video for “Dark Horse” and the visuals are going to keep you glued to YouTube for the foreseeable future. Opening in the fictional land of Memphis, Egypt ‘a crazy long time ago,’ the official “Dark Horse” […]

LISTEN: Frank Ocean – “Pyramids” (Blue Sky Black Death Remix)

Blue Sky Black Death bring on the intensity to create a more severe version of Frank Ocean’s “Pyramids.” While the beginning of the track is almost straight Frank Ocean, the second half of the song is nothing like the musician, creating a fading, almost bleak, sound. You can view Blue Sky Black Death’s tour dates […]

Watch The Trailer For Joe Johnston’s Thriller, ‘Not Safe For Work’

He may be well known for directing Captain America: The First Avenger but Joe Johnston is moving on to something with a little less special effects in his new thriller Not Safe for Work. This movie should’ve been a horror film because it’s about possibly the worst thing, being stuck at work. The suspense aspect […]

Travis Barker Releases Info On His Autobiography

Travis Barker is set to release his autobiography, Can I Say: Living Large, Cheating Death, and Drums, Drums, Drums, through William Morrow on June 24. According to an Amazon posting, the book will be co-authored by Gavin Edwards. Besides a questionable title, and an even worse cover, the book is sure to be enlightening, considering […]

Watch Jesse Eisenberg’s ‘The Double’ Trailer

What’s better than one Jesse Eisenberg? Apparently the answer is two, because that’s the case in the upcoming thriller where he plays two men fighting for control of one life in The Double. It could’ve been easier to just get Michael Cera to play the other Eisenberg, but then it would’ve likely come across as […]

This Is All Now

This Is All Now Robbed On Tour; Fundraiser Launched

This week in unfortunate band robberies, we bring you This Is All Now. While on tour with Hollywood Ending in San Antonio,  This Is All Now’s van was broken into. All of the band’s personal items in the van were stolen. Including wallets, electronics, gear, and medications. The New York-based five piece have kicked off […]