Archive for April 28th, 2014

Whitechapel Stream ‘Our Endless War’ In Full

Our Endless War is Whitechapel‘s fifth studio album, and it’s set to officially hit stores tomorrow, April 29. Now that we are on the eve of the album’s release, the band has unleashed its fury on the world a little early. You can stream Our Endless War in its entirety for free courtesy of the […]

The Word Alive Stream Teaser For New Single

The album that I am personally looking forward to the most this year is Real, by The Word Alive. A friend of mine showed them to me before Empire came out, and I’ve been a fan ever since. Not too long ago they debuted the lead single live, then shortly after gave it an official […]

Judas Priest Announce New Album, Stream First Single

Earlier today, Judas Priest sent the interwebs into a frenzy when they unexpectedly announced that their next studio album, Redeemer of Souls, will hit shelves across the US on July 15 through Epic Records. Check out the release’s first single by following the jump below. This will be the outfit’s 17th full-length to date (LOL WUT?!), and […]

Listen To Dutch Uncles’ Remix Of Paramore’s “Ain’t It Fun”

Paramore’s “Ain’t It Fun” already sounded like it was straight out of the ‘90s with its Sister Act 2 vibe. Now it’s taken a leap even further into that decade with Dutch Uncles’ remix. Record Store Day saw a lot of exclusive and limited releases and one of them included Paramore’s “Ain’t It Fun” with […]

Port Isla Release “Steamroller” Video

We named Port Isla as one of our ‘5 Artists To Watch in 2014,’ and after experiencing the single at the center of this post we hope it’s easy to understand why. Hailing from Norwich, this four-piece brings together the best elements of pop, alt rock, indie, and shoegaze into one bombastic display of sound […]

New ‘Fault In Our Stars’ Trailer: Prepare To Cry

I cry at the movies more often than I should probably admit, but when a good story grabs you it can be hard to resist shedding a few salty tears when the hero/heroine finally reaches their destiny, finds their love, or otherwise reaches the end of their journey. It happens so often, in fact, that […]

Kevin Smith’s Krampus Film Is Now Called ‘Anti-Claus’

Kevin Smith told the world in 2013 that he was going to work on bringing Clerks 3 to life, but before production begins on that sequel he has one more original story to tell. You’ve probably heard by now that Kevin Smith is releasing a new film this fall titled Tusk. The film, which tells […]

Rest In Peace: G-Unit (2002-2014)

It’s the end of an era for one of modern hip-hop’s most popular rap collectives. Speaking in a new interview with Power99’s Cosmic Kev at the end of last week, rapper and Vitamin Water investor 50 Cent broke the news that G-Unit has been ‘dismantled.’ He claims despite the numerous rumors that have popped up […]

‘All Cheerleaders Die’ Trailer: Dubstep And The Undead

A new trailer has been released for Lucky McKee’s All Cheerleaders Die ahead of the film’s summer theatrical release. Focusing on the lives of several high school cheerleaders who find themselves trapped in a car at the bottom of a cliff following a night of fun gone awry, All Cheerleaders Die tells the story about […]

Watch Röyksopp and Robyn’s Lyric Video for “Do It Again”

Röyksopp and Robyn have just shared a lyric video for their new single together, “Do It Again,” that you can watch after the jump. As Royksopp’s Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland said, the video is a “mesmerizing black&white hypno-bonanza” visual that gets all up in your face with the lyrics. “Do It Again” is a new track […]

MUSIC VIDEO: Mayday Parade – “Hold Onto Me”

Mayday Parade have released a brand new music video for their track “Hold Onto Me.” The song comes from their album Monsters in the Closet. The album was initially released late in 2013, but a deluxe edition version is slated to be released May 27 via Fearless Records. It can be pre-ordered now via iTunes or […]

The Hold Steady Premiere New Music Video, Announce Tour Dates

Fans of The Hold Steady get a double dose of excitement today. First, the band premiered the music video for “I Hope This Whole Thing Didn’t Frighten You,” which you can check out over at Rolling Stone. The clip was shot at New York’s Music Hall of Williamsburg during the band’s recent tenth anniversary shows. […]