Famous Last Words

Watch Famous Last Words’ Trailer For Upcoming ‘Two Faced Charade’ Film

Famous Last Words‘ most recent album is titled Two Faced Charade. This particular album is a story, and a lengthy one at that. In addition to the album, the band supplied a written story to go along with it. It seems that storyline is not done quite yet, and the band will be releasing a Two Faced Charade film. The band hasn’t revealed what the film will necessarily be about, except for the “true story” behind the album. You can watch the teaser below the break.

According to the band, the film will be available through InVogue Records’ YouTube channel. They haven’t indicated when that will come out, but we imagine it will be pretty soon. Read more »


Sylar Stream ‘To Whom It May Concern’ In Full

It recently came to light that Sylar‘s upcoming album, To Whom It May Concern, leaked online nearly a month early. Once an album has leaked, there really isn’t much a band can do to fix it. One step that can be done though is to host an official stream of the album. This helps draw fans to their official page(s) and will hopefully inspire them to purchase the album legally instead of downloading it. This is what Sylar and their label have done, and you can stream To Whom It May Concern below the jump.

Physical pre-orders are available to purchase by heading to their MerchNow page. If you prefer to just grab a digital copy, you can also pre-order it on iTunes. Read more »


‘Jersey Boys’ Trailer: Another Broadway Classic Attempts Big Screen Glory

Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for the upcoming big screen adaptation of the musical known as Jersey Boys.

I am not sure anyone was quite sure what to think when Clint Eastwood announced his next project would be the adaptation of globally acclaimed musical about The Four Seasons, but witnessing the first footage this evening it’s clear the material is in good hands. The deep blacks and bright lights of the silver screen icon’s more recent directorial work is present here once again, and truth be told it works well to set the tone of a alternative reality where people bursting into musical numbers seems completely normal surprisingly well. I want to ramble more, but let’s get to the footage first: Read more »

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Future Releases “I Won” Video Featuring Kanye West

Future has been gaining a lot of attention for his Honest single “I Won,” and earlier today the track was given the official video treatment.

Directed by Hype Williams, “I Won” blends together sexy women and high gloss performance footage to create a hypnotic accompaniment to Future’s latest love anthem. The majority of the clip plays in black and white, but every so often a splash of color appears to emphasize a few of the harder lines. Yeezus appears as well. You can view the clip below: Read more »

Andrew Jackson Jihad Christmas Island

Stream a New Andrew Jackson Jihad Song, “Linda Ronstadt”

Andrew Jackson Jihad are putting out a new album, Christmas Island, on May 6 via SideOneDummy. Today they’ve shared their third single off that, the more somber march “Linda Ronstadt,” for streaming.

Give a listen to “Children of God” and “Kokopelli Face Tattoo” to get a better taste of what the new record will sound like. If you dig it, be sure to catch them on tour this summer with Cheap Girls, Hard Girls, and Dogbreth.

Check out the song and tour dates below: Read more »


‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season 2 Trailer: Next Level Crazy

Netflix has released the first trailer for the second season of Orange Is The New Black, which debuts exclusively on the video streaming service June 6, 2014.

Featuring a cast of familiar faces, attitudes, and a handful of plot teases, the first look at season 2 of Orange Is The New Black looks to up the ante across the board. Viewers can expect more dry wit, more fighting, and more inmates with peculiar personalities that you’ll either love or hate (and tweet about the same). You can view the first trailer below: Read more »


Culprit Announce West Coast Dates

In between the countless waiters looking to be actors and plastic surgery mishaps in LA sits Culprit. They’re a true blue rock band who doesn’t fit into a niche, but does fulfill a need on the west coast. That’s why it’s great to hear they’ll be trekking up and down their home state with Ghost Parade.

Culprit’s last record was 2013’s Totem, which was well received and proved to have a steady footing. They’ve managed to entertain audiences all over the US from LA to the east coast and back again with songs like “Knock On The Sky” and “Piece of Eden.”

Not only will they be hitting up California, but they’ll take the show to Arizona and Vegas as well starting at the end of May and wrapping up in early June. You can check out the dates and the tour poster after the jump. Read more »


Motion City Soundtrack To Release ‘I Am The Movie: The Movie’

Motion City Soundtrack‘s debut album I Am The Movie was released in June of 2003 by Epitaph records. More than 10 years later, we’re getting a documentary about the album–titled, of course, I Am The Movie: The Movie.

It’s set to be released May 13. The documentary will receive a limited edition DVD release in addition to being available digitally through iTunes and Amazon.

The band will also be performing I Am The Movie in its entirety acoustically for the first time to celebrate the documentary’s release. The performance will take place at the McNally-Smith Auditorium on the campus of McNally-Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minn. on Tuesday, May 13. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m.

Head after the jump to view a full statement from the band about the release along with full details for the special performance. We also have a short trailer and poster for the film for you to check out there. Read more »


Rapper Andre Johnson Severs Penis And Jumps Off Building

Wait, say that again…Rapper Andre Johnson managed to survive a severed penis and jumping off the second story of a building this week in North Hollywood.

Word is that Johnson cut off his own penis and was attempting a leap of suicide, but then was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to be treated. Don’t worry, his little friend was recovered and is likely on its way to being reunited with its proper biological area.

Johnson is a member of Long Beach’s Northstar, a group that falls under the Wu-Tang Clan umbrella. You might know him better by his stage name though, Christ Bearer. Let’s hope he gets the help he clearly needs.


Cities And Years Release Teaser For New Music

Michigan rock band Cities And Years have released a little something special today that’s about to make music lovers very excited. The band has been keeping quiet lately behind the scenes and today they have released a little teaser for everyone, and my god is it heavy! For fans of Comeback Kid, AFI and Sum 41, Cities And Years is a band to keep your eye on in the coming months.

The whole puzzling thing about the teaser is the symbol that has been released with it as well. What could it mean? I’m sure we’ll all find out soon enough.

You can view this teaser after the jump. Read more »

Breathe Carolina

Watch Breathe Carolina’s Music Video For “Chasing Dreams” Feat. Tyler Carter

Breathe Carolina released their fourth studio album, Savages, just a couple of days ago on April 15. This was also their first album without founding member Kyle Evan. There are a handful of guest vocalists on the album, including Tyler Carter. He makes his appearance on the single “Chasing Dreams,” and that’s the song Breathe Carolina have now released a music video for.

The video starts off with frontman David Schmitt walking around a house with a handycam. Tyler Carter shows up, and the two of them start passing around the camera to their buddies. Most of the video is shot this way, even as they make their way to an abandoned building to drink and add to the graffiti on it. You can watch it for yourself by checking below the break. Read more »

Wolves At The Gate

ACOUSTIC STREAM: Wolves At The Gate – “Dead Man”

Wolves At The Gate released their debut full length album, Captors, through Solid State Records back in 2012. Since they are a bit of a heavier band, there aren’t too many tracks on their album that would make good acoustic songs. Lucky for us though, they picked a great song to put together an acoustic rendition of one of the best tracks on the album. The song is “Dead Man,” and you can watch them perform it acoustically below the jump.

Be sure to check in on the band again soon, as they have confirmed that they plan on releasing a new album through Solid State Records this summer. I for one am looking forward to hear some new music from these guys. Read more »