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Jimmy Eat World Announce New Album and Tour, Release Single “All the Way (Stay)”

Arizona emo legends Jimmy Eat World have announced a new album, Surviving, due out this fall. It’s the band 10th studio album and their first full-length release since 2016’s Integrity Blues. The band has released the album’s lead single, “All the Way (Stay),” and an accompanying music video directed by Daniel Carberry. The band will...

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The Cars’ Ric Ocasek Dead at 75

Ric Ocasek, best known as the frontman and primary songwriter for the legendary new wave band The Cars, has died, TMZ and NBC 4 report. According to the New York Police Department, Ocasek was found unresponsive in his townhouse Sunday afternoon. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Ocasek’s band The Cars released seven studio albums...

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Slayer Release Gory The Repentless Killology Film Trailer

Slayer have released the trailer to their forthcoming narrative film/concert movie hybrid The Repentless Killology, which is great news for anyone who has ever wanted to see The Lonely Island’s  Jorma Taccone get impaled through his mouth. We’re not kidding: The trailer is as violent and gory as you’d expect from a band who wrote songs like “Dead Skin Mask,”...

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R.E.M Share Previously Unreleased Track to Benefit Hurricane Dorian Relief

R.E.M have shared the previously unreleased song “Fascinating” to benefit the non-profit Mercy Corps’ hurricane Dorian relief efforts. Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, and Peter Buck recorded “Fascinating” in 2004 at Compass Point Studios in Nassau. The song is available on R.E.M.’s Bandcamp page for $2 or a donation of the fan’s choosing. “Fascinating” was originally...

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Pet Shop Boys Collaborate With Years & Years on “Dreamland”

Two generations of synth pop artists joined forces on the Pet Shop Boys’ new single “Dreamland.” The UK dance legends collaborated with aughts electropop upstarts Years & Years on the highly disco-inspired single featuring a duet between Pet Shop Boys frontman Neil Tennant and Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander. The song will be featured...

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Bon Iver Announce European Tour

Bon Iver have announced an arena tour of Europe set to kick off in April 2020. Justin Vernon and crew are currently touring North America with Sharon Van Etten in support of Bon Iver’s acclaimed new album i,i.  The tour will include Bon Iver’s first trip back to the UK since 2018. Fans curious about the Bon...

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Green Day Announce New Album Father of All…, Release Title Track

Green Day have announced a new album called Father of All… and released the title track as its first single. The album will be released on on February 7, 2020 on Reprise/Warner and is available for pre-order here. It’s the band’s first album of new music since 2016’s Revolution Radio. The band also announced a new...

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R.E.M. Announce Deluxe 25th Anniversary Reissue of Monster

R.E.M. have announced a massive 25th reissue of their 1994 album Monster, the latest in the band’s ongoing series of 25th anniversary archival reissues. The six-disc reissue will be released on November 1 and includes a new mix of the album by its original producer Scott Litt. The new mix showcases Michael Stipe’s vocals more...

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Billie Eilish Calls Out Nylon Germany Over Weird CGI Cover

Billie Eilish is one of the cover stars for Nylon Germany’s new issue on “digital prodigies” out today. And, as USA Today reports, she is very much not a fan of the image of her they chose for the cover, which appears to depict the 17-year-old “Bad Guy” singer as a bald, topless robot. How does she hate...

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Chrissie Hynde – “No Return” (Kinks Cover)

Chrissie Hynde has released a cover of the Kinks song “No Return” on Billboard. The new single is off Hynde’s forthcoming solo jazz covers album Valve Bone Woe, which drops on September 6. The Kinks released “No Return” on their 1967 album Something Else. Although Hynde’s former band, The Pretenders have covered the Kinks before and...

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