Wolves At The Gate

Wolves At The Gate Reveal Details For Sophomore Studio Album

Back in July of 2012 Wolves At The Gate released their debut full length album via Solid State Records. Now that some time has passed since that album’s release, the band is prepared to drop a second full length through the label. Fans have known that the band was planning on releasing new music, but the details of that release weren’t revealed until a few hours ago.

Wolves At The Gate will release VxV June 10. Though there aren’t any singles available to check out at this time, the band did reveal the tracklist and artwork for the album. You can check all of that out below the break.

Be sure to check in again soon, as we will likely be hearing the lead single from the album in the upcoming weeks. Read more »

Eyes Of Mara

Imminence Records Adds Eyes Of Mara To Their Roster

In recent months, Imminence Records has welcomed a handful of up and coming artists to their roster. The artists have ranged from post hardcore, to indie rock and a few in between. Yesterday, the label added another distinct group to their roster. The band is a five piece metal outfit based out of California named Eyes Of Mara. They have been together since 2010, and plan on continuing their music careers under the guidance of Imminence.

In addition to the signing announcement, the band confirmed that they will be reissuing their debut EP, Akkadia, through the label May 27. To help fans get excited for the release, they premiered a brand new lyric video for the reissued version of “Nothing Left.” You can give that song a quick listen by checking below the jump. Read more »


Stream A Reimagined Version Of Letlive.’s “The Dope Beat”

Last year Letlive. released their hugely successful album The Blackest Beautiful. It’s certainly my personal favorite of theirs, and I’m definitely not the only one. Starting in January, the band released their first Renditions track from the album. According to the group, these are reimagined versions of songs from The Blackest Beautiful featuring a variety of guest vocalists. The first song was a reimagined version of “27 Club,” and it included guest vocals by Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die. Now they have revealed the second track in the series, which is “The Dope Beat.” For this song, Letlive. recruited The Wonder Years‘ very own Dan “Soupy” Campbell to help out on vocals. You can give it a listen by taking a look below the break.

There are eleven tracks on The Blackest Beautiful, and so far we’ve heard two reinvented tracks from it. We will likely be hearing more of these over the next few months, so be sure to check in again soon. Read more »

Suicide Silence

Suicide Silence To Name Forthcoming Album After Mitch Lucker’s Lyrics

Suicide Silence will be releasing their first album with Eddie Hermida, who took the reins as the frontman of the band after Mitch Lucker passed away. Fans knew the group would be releasing a new album, it was just a matter of when. They finally confirmed some details for the album, and it’s incredibly touching.

First, they confirmed the release date. Their new album will be hitting stores everywhere July 15. Second, the title of the album. The band has decided to name the album after a set of lyrics Lucker had written down before his passing. You Can’t Stop Me will be Suicide Silence’s fourth studio album. You can read a brief statement by the group below the jump.

It’s hard to know what to expect from this album, but it’s likely to be an emotional experience for everyone involved. Read more »

Close Up On The Quiet Ones

MUSIC VIDEO: Close Up On The Quiet Ones – “Stationary”

Close Up On The Quiet Ones plan on releasing a short acoustic EP via their label, Autumn + Colour, titled Losing Game. The EP will come out May 20, and yesterday the band gave fans a preview of what to expect from it. They partnered up with Absolutepunk to premiere a music video for the single “Stationary.” You can also watch it below the jump.

The band’s sound generally focuses on the clean vocals, and “Stationary” highlights the frontman’s voice. This is one of my favorite songs the band has released so far, and I’m sure I’m not the only one looking forward to their new EP. If you’re interested in buying the EP, pre-orders will be available for purchase starting May 6. Read more »

London Grammar

London Grammar Reveal Visuals For “Sights”

London Grammar are quickly making a name for themselves in the music world. Their debut full-length album was released less than a year ago (seven months, to be exact), but that has been enough to garner the trio over 500,000 fans on Facebook in such a short period of time. We’ve already seen a number of singles, remixes and videos come from the group, and now they’ve revealed yet another music video. The new video is for “Sights,” and you can watch it below the break.

“Sights” is a slow, heartfelt song, and the video fits it perfectly. The video is full of bright lights, panning cameras and a handful of violinists. Read more »


Stream Flume’s Expansive Remix of Lorde’s “Tennis Court”

Lorde certainly needs no introduction at this point. She was one of the most talked about artists of 2013 with her debut LP, Pure Heroine, which raked in an impressive amount of award nominations and wins. One of Lorde’s popular singles from last year, “Tennis Court,” has already received a number of reworks since its initial release but the most recent, and probably most noteworthy, is a departure and a half from the original.

Australian producer, Flume, doubled the single’s runtime with all sorts of new (massive) electronic elements leaving Lorde’s lush vocal arrangements as the only truly recognizable aspect. Whereas some remixes hardly stray from the source material, Flume gave the Pure Heroine opener an entirely fresh makeover that will be sure to have fans of Lorde and EDM alike shaking their asses.

Stream the FlumeLorde re-imagining after the jump. Read more »

Skizzy Mars 2014

MUSIC VIDEO: Skizzy Mars – “Make Sense”

Earlier in the week, rising star Skizzy Mars premiered a new music video for his track “Make Sense,” taken from his second full length album, Pace. Spanning just over four minutes, the clip follows Skizzy around his hometown of Manhattan as he collects an assortment of strange goods and takes part in the most questionable lab experiment ever. Find out what the up-and-comer is cooking by following the jump below.

Pace was released this past March, and very quickly became one of my favorite releases of 2014. If you like “Make Sense,” I highly suggest you download the entire album, for free, here.

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Machine Gun Kelly Releases “Sail” Video

Cleveland native Machine Gun Kelly has followed the surprise release of “Sail” by dropping the song’s official music video.

Showcasing his love of the ridiculous, Machine Gun Kelly uses the video for “Sail” to let us in on the beautiful ladies and wild times he experiences on a regular basis. The video follows MGK as he strolls through a crazy neighborhood ripe with parties, hotties, pools with boats, and leather-clad women in devil costumes. Madness is happening in every inch of most frames and Kels remains cool, delivering line after line with kind of smug look you picture when you hear him put his ego on tape. You can view the clip below. Read more »

Touche Amore

Touché Amoré Announce Summer Tour With Tigers Jaw, Dads

Touché Amoré have announced they’ll be spending this summer on the road with support from Tigers Jaw and Dads

The tour kicks off June 27 in Pomona, Calif. and wraps up in St. Louis, Mo. Head after the jump to check out the full tour routing as well as the tour poster. The band will be hitting up venues throughout the United States and into Canada.

Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. Check out the band’s events page for any future updates on the tour.

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animated barbie childrens art

Live-Action ‘Barbie’ Comedy Coming To A Theater Near You

Someone call the band Aqua and let them know a big fat paycheck will [most likely] be on the way soon. Everyone’s favorite plastic doll is coming to the big screen in the not too distant future.

Sony Pictures, Mattel and Parkes + MacDonald/Image Nation announced plans today to bring Barbie to life in a live-action comedy. The film will be written by Jenny Bicks (What a Girl Wants) and produced by husband-and-wife team of Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald. The plot is said to be ‘focused’ on the iconic doll, but no additional information is available at this time. Sony sees the film as a global franchise and plans to go into production by the end of the year. Read more »

Iggy Azalea by Robert Wunsch

Iggy Azalea Would Appreciate It If You Resisted The Urge To Sexually Assault Her

“…I still have to have barriers even if it’s like 200 people because people try to finger me.”

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea released her new album yesterday, and during her morning press blitz she stopped by Hot97 studios in New York City for a quick promotional chat. It was the kind of typical radio PR stunt setup you would expect from an artist with major label backing, but things quickly became unique when Iggy dropped a bomb regarding the way certain fans treat her at shows.

“I had to stop [crowdsurfing]…” Azalea said. “I’m only doing like 2000-seaters, but I still have to have barriers even if it’s like 200 people because people try to finger me.” She later added that she has begun wearing tights and two pairs of underwear on stage for protection, which seems to be doing the trick – for now.

As revealing as all of this is, the most interesting tidbit might be that Azalea believes female fans are more often the culprits behind the sexual assault. “Girls will try to do it more than guys ’cause girls think it’s cool, like, ’We both got vaginas, it’s fine.’ Doesn’t make it OK.”

I could not have said it better myself. Read more »