Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro have released an album of B-sides, entitled 'Similarities'.
The Canadian synth-pop queen has revealed that album numer three is coming out in a few months and dropped a new track 'Up We Go'. Hold onto your feels, ladies and gents....
Sleepwave, the new outfit from Underøath's Spencer Chamberlain have finally revealed the details of their debut album. Here's what you need to know...
'Go Down In History' is out this week through Pure Noise Records. Read our review, then stream it in full.
The Aussie bruisers have just dropped the new video for 'Bright Enough'. It's really dark and underground and stuff. Clever, that.
Like Enter Shikari? Like Hacktivist? What about Sonic Boom Six? This will be of interest to you.
In his latest update from the road to recovery, the Sum 41 frontman has dug out the original demo of 'Crash' and stuck it up online. It's moving stuff.
The US leg takes in 20 dates throughout November and December. Beartooth and This Wild Life are also on the bill. This is bloomin' enormous news.
The Madden brothers have revealed the full details for 'Greetings From California', the debut album from their post-Good Charlotte project.
Weezer have been teasing drips of their new album through their #WeezerWednesdays updates for AGES. Now, they finally uploaded a full track. Behold: 'Back To The Shack'.
Open Bracket, Semi colon? Come on now, seriously.
It's alright, isn't it?
Last week, the ever-irrelevant Westboro Baptist Church posted a homophobic cover of Panic!'s track 'I Like Sins Not Tragedies'. Then they decided to picket the band's show in Kansas City, Missouri. Now, Panic! have retaliated, and raised a tonne of money for The Human Rights Campaign in the process.
Enter Shikari are expanding the Ambush Reality stable to include bands that aren't Enter Shikari. As a first 'signing', Baby Godzilla are a seriously strong choice, we reckon!
On August 09, London's House Of Vans will be opening to the public. Long story short: Vans are taking over the Old VIc Tunnels underneath Waterloo Station and creating an art, music, skate and hangout nirvana. Best part? It's "Open to all, and always free".
The new Xcerts video contains some serious garage band action, a pink frisee, and Murray's luscious long hair. What's not to love?
Four Year Strong released their latest video over the weekend for 'Go Down In History', the title track from their new EP. It's a Warped Tour montage (obviously), and despite that big-ass sign above the stage, they still manage to get a circle pit or two going down front.
New York hardcore legends Madball are coming back to our shores this autumn. Click here for all the dates.
Lots of stuff has happened this week that was actually newsworthy. Y'know, like the Slipknot thing, and Gerard Way's big reveal. Here's some of the stuff that doesn't matter so much, but is worth knowing anyway. Maybe.
Sheffield's Nai Harvest are set to release a split EP with Playlounge in August. Come have a listen to one of the tracks, won't you?