With farewell gigs announced, The Music also decided to release one final single before departing the musical landscape. “Ghost Hands” was a song written for the band’s fourth studio album, which was never completed. However, lead singer Robert Harvey announced that the band “love the track and it just seemed a shame to leave it gathering dust for ever. It’s good to go out with something positive and new and we think it deserves to see the light of day.”
Wow, what’s going on? Yet another group nearing its thirtieth anniversary is back with a new record. The Beastie Boys have been relatively quiet since the 2000s began with their only proper studio record To the 5 Boroughs released way back in 2004. To the 5 Boroughs was a commercial flop which came as a large disappointment for a record that was supposed to be a “big comeback.” Well it’s taken another long hiatus, but the Beasties have returned with Hot Sauce Committee Part Two due in stores May 3rd.
Five freakin’ years since the last Incubus record? You heard it right folks, one of the most prominent bands of the early 2000s has been on a lengthy hiatus since the release of their 2006 LP Light Grenades. It’s hard to believe, but time certainly flies by. But never fear, Incubus has returned with the group’s seventh studio record If Not Now, When? due to out on July 12th.
Disturbed’s latest record Asylum is proving to have some real longevity. Even though it was released all the way back in August 2010, the record is still going strong with a fourth single titled “Warrior” recently released. It’s hard to believe, but Disturbed is already onto its fifth record now and Asylum has been to date, very well received by fans and critics.
The latest single to come from Alter Bridge’s third album AB III is “Ghosts of Days Gone By.” So far AB III has performed extremely well for the band and looks as though it will be the most popular AB album yet in terms of chart success.
Madam Adam is one of the latest additions to the impressive lineup at Roadrunner Records. The band, which hails from South Carolina, just released its self-titled debut album at the beginning of April and is gearing up for tons of spring and summer touring. The band’s first road endeavour will be along with the Sick Puppies followed by a big slot on the Hard Drive Tour with Saliva in May.
Pentagram, the band that has been churning out widely admired hard rock/doom metal for over four decades, has just released their first single “Call the Man” off the album ‘Last Rites’. The exclusive premiere being hosted by Decibel Magazine can be heard on the magazine’s site HERE. Check it out and be sure to head over to the band’s landing page HERE where pre-orders for ‘Last Rites’ are now live.
Sheffield, England’s While She Sleeps is thrilled to share their recent digi-release ‘The North Stands for Nothing’ for free at their official BandCamp page, starting today. Make sure to head to the band’s official BandCamp page and download your free copy of ‘The North Stands for Nothing now’, as the promotion ends on Monday, March 7th at 4:00pm ET.
Check out the next single from The Ready Set below. “Young Forever” is set to follow up the platinum hit “Love Like Woe.” The Ready Set is currently headlining the Glamour Kills Tour, with many sell out markets including New York City, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and Pittsburgh among others.
Yellowcard’s first video for “For You, And Your Denial” will be played tonight on Much Music’s New.Music.Live show, starting at 5pm. Make sure you tune in as the band will be doing a LIVE to air web cam before their video is played. Check local listings for Much Music channel or view online at www.muchmusic.com.
MTV is offering a snippet of Yellowcard’s new single “You and your Denial” online now. Head to THIS LINK to check out the preview now. Unfortunately for us Canadians, we cannot view it at the above link. But never fear, there are snippets all over the Internet for this baby. From what I can tell, it’s a beauty.
Rooney’s brand new music video for “Holdin’ On” premieres today on mtvU. Scroll down to view the video. Filmed in a national forest North of Los Angeles, the video was shot on 16mm film in order to recreate the feel of 1960s promo videos. Meanwhile, the new single “Not In My House” off their recent album Eureka is currently impacting radio.
“For You, and Your Denial” is the first single off Yellowcard’s much anticipated new album When You’re Through Thinking, Say Yes. This new single, the first for the band in three years, was released on January 18th and is a great indicator of what’s to come.
Thirty Seconds To Mars, have just released their much anticipated short film for the next single, “Hurricane,” off their major label release, ‘This Is War’. The video, directed by Bartholomew Cubbins, has been previewed over the past week through six separate trailers. Whether it was The Gimps, who are the evil characters seen battling the band, a mysterious man that appears to be keeping a deep secret, or just the spotlight of each band member playing the music…