Some things have happened this week. The Ghost Inside announced a new album and Panic! At The Disco covered 'Bohemian Rhapsody', for starters. But here's some stuff that's a little less important (but funnier) than those...
Connecticut's Hostage Calm have released a new video for 'A Thousand Miles Away From Here', from latest (and really bloody good) album 'Die On Stage'.
The Amity Affliction have broken out the pyrotechnics in their new video for 'The Weigh Down'. It's a scorcher.
Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace took to Twitter to blast a former bandmate last night, tweeting: "Dear Slipknot, good luck with that. #shitbag" in an apparent reference to Slipknot's new drummer.
Bert McCracken and Co.'s new clip is pretty intense, let us tell you that...
Memphis May Fire's Matty Mullins can't sit still for long. Listen to the third cut from his self-titled debut.
The Arizona pop-rockers are set to tour with Tonight Alive in November, but have announced a couple of UK headline shows for their trip, too. What's more, they're bringing As It Is along for the ride. Score.
Adrian has revealed his reasons for leaving the Aussie mob earlier this week.
Transit are back with a new single from their forthcoming album 'Joyride', which is out on October 21 via Rise.
There's a new album on the way from the Cali hardcore lot, but we won't get to hear it until next year. Booooooo.
The Australian mob have signed a label deal and announced all the news. You're going to want to keep your eye on this lot.
They're small in number, but high in volume. And now there's another chance to experience the noise first hand.
The Deaf Havana chap has teamed up with bandmate Max Britton, and they've announced a London show already...
New Jersey's Man Overboard are back with a fresh batch of songs, and a five-song EP entitled 'Passing Ends'. Listen to a song from it here.
Good Charlotte siblings Joel and Benji Madden's new record is now available for your listening pleasure.
Jonathan Vigil and Co. are set to release a new album later this year. And here's what you need to know...
And we're not even talking about the lighting. There are shallow graves and all sorts in this new Motionless In White clip...
Their new video may not be suitable for those who aren't fans of flashing images, but the song is a banger.
No, your eyes don't deceive you. That's a shirtless Brendon Urie and Co. covering Queen's classic live.
Ex-Killswitch Engage man Howard Jones returns (again) with a fiery lyric clip.