Let's get stuck into this week's dose of social media stuff, shall we?
First off, Alex All Time Low ONLY WENT AND GOT ENGAGED, DIDN'T HE?
Our coverstar Ronnie Radke hung out with... Smurfs. We're pretty sure they're Smurfs.
A photo posted by Ronnie Radke (@ronnieradke) on
Every Time I Die's Keith Buckley didn't dare look this beast in the eye.
is it still behind me pic.twitter.com/v7lIHuC3hQ— keith buckley (@deathoftheparty) February 12, 2015
Speaking of KB, he also had a bit of trouble on Facebook this week...
the singer of Refused has not responded to my FB poke. its been almost 3 years. I'll try again.— keith buckley (@deathoftheparty) February 16, 2015
Rolo Tomassi's Eva Spence made a mistake nobody makes twice.
Currently sat in a laundrette watching all my clothes turn pink and there's nothing I can do.— Eva Spence (@eva_spence) February 18, 2015
It looks like Seaway learned some British swears while they were over on tour with Neck Deep...
Jono from The Swellers was on the other end a some classic cat snub.
Tried saying goodbye to my cat, but he saw a squirrel and didn't give a shit about me. I'm excited to hear Australians say, "peanut butter."— Jonathan Diener (@jonodiener) February 18, 2015
Oh, and spare a thought for Stray From The Path this weekend. They'll be doing this, because studio syndrome.
On Saturday, me and three of my friends will compete in the hardest thing I've ever done. We will be tied up at the ankles and hands, and locked in these boxes. The boxes are pitch black and filled with guitar cabinets. Those guitar cabs will be blasting a custom track of the worst sounds imaginable. The person who lasts the longest will get $100. It will be me vs @drew_yorkk @willputney @randyleboeuf On Saturday I will post a clip of the music being blasted. While this is hilarious, This is the darkest thing I've ever done. Also I haven't seen outside in 16 days.
A photo posted by Tom Williams (@tw_76) on
Heading to the shops this weekend? You could do far, far worse than picking up the new issue ofRock Sound.
And even if you can't find it, you can still have the thing delivered to your door or read the digital edition.
Those are your options. Have a good one!