Easy to listen to, The Higher’s ‘Elvis In Wonderland’ (Secret Friends Music) certainly marks a welcome return from hiatus for the three-piece.
iDKHow’s Dallon Weekes drops a fantastic track-by-track breakdown for the acerbic yet slick, six-song 1981 Extended Play that’s out now on Fearless Records.
Alternative musical concoction I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME (aka iDKHOW), much to many people’s delight, have confirmed a spring North American 17-show trek called “Night Heat.”
Changing up the format of the Paltrocast, episode 6 podcast sees host Darren Paltrowitz speak with 3 different drummers, each of whom in-demand and working steadily. This includes Mark Stepro, Victor Indrizzo and Wolf.
This past Sunday night DCD2 / Fueled by Ramen’s Las Vegas rockers Panic! At The Disco caused quite the stir at Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena.
Remember how summer used to last forever? Well, now it definitely feels finite, and it’s already almost half over. So get your shit together and check out some banging tours before another one slips away.
Every Time I Die’s latest release, Low Teens brings the same southern hardcore we’ve come to expect and love from ETID, but with a touch darker lyrics and more polished sound than previous releases.
Fueled by Ramen/DCD2 Records By Jett White “All you sinners stand up, sing hallelujah,” because Panic! At The…
Panic! At The Disco return with their first single in two years and set things up nicely for their long-awaited fifth album.
Fueled By Ramen/Decaydance recording group, Panic! At The Disco, will release their new album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! on October 8th. The album – Panic! At The Disco’s fourth studio effort, is preceded by the first single and video for “Miss Jackson (feat. Lolo).” Since its release, the official video, which was directed by Jordan Bahat and features actress Katrina Bowden (30 Rock), has reached over 4.5 million YouTube views. “This is Gospel” – another track from the album, has over 3.6 million YouTube views for the companion video.