The Colors of Summer is a full length album written and recorded by Hunter Burgan (AFI) under the name Las Gatas Beach Club.
Fall Out Boy reveals the third in a planned 11 chapter video narrative dramatizing their struggle to save themselves (and Rock and Roll), with their music video for ‘Young Volcanoes’, the third single from their new album Save Rock And Roll, released on April 15, 2013
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s worldwide release of his heavily anticipated, and meticulously crafted, first post-“Gangnam Style” single, “Gentleman”, Psy now brings us the dance, with swiveling hips, sexy hijinks, hilarious outtakes, and an edited chorus of “I’m a ‘mother, father,’ gentleman.”
MCR fans were surprised Friday by the sudden break up of the band. Now, frontman Gerard Way reflects on the band and the love, the journey, and the future.
My Chemical Romance has posted a short entry on their blog tonight, announcing the break up of the band: “Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We’ve gotten to go places we never knew we would. We’ve been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible. […]
The official music video for “The Bed Song” from Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra’s new album, ‘Theatre Is Evil. Directed by Michael McQuilken and produced by Jennifer Harrison Newman. Filmed on location at the Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College on August 22-24, 2012 as part of a Live Arts Bard residency.
I can’t say much about her new video other than: Holy cow, epic rockstar fantasy, Batman! But Amanda Palmer has this to say about working with the lovely Stoya…
I didn’t think I’d find a parody of Psy’s Gangnam Style that stole my heart more than D-Piddy’s Deadpool Vs Gangnam Style, when I saw this tribute to The Greatest Movie Of All Time by Wesley Freitas.
Official music video by Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra from the album ‘Theatre Is Evil.’ Directed by the incomparable Tim Pope.
And the nominee for currently most editorially bankrupt music news is…”Noel Gallagher forces festival quarantine after bringing a deadly, green-fanged spider on site”
Check out Muse’s brand new official video for the first single from their upcoming album, The 2nd Law, directed by Anthony Mandler.
Superball Music is pleased to announce the signing of electronic super duo BLAQK AUDIO. Featuring Davey Havok and Jade Puget, members of the acclaimed, multi-platinum group AFI, the talented pair will be releasing their highly anticipated sophomore album, Bright Black Heaven, this Fall via their new imprint, Big Death
Steampunk band Abney Park has released their first ever concept/storyline music video, from their new album, The Ancient World.
Band’s only 2012 U.S. headlining run. Shows to feature 2+ hour set including material from all Lacuna Coil albums
Watch Lady Gaga’s self-directed music video epic for “Marry The Night”!
Leisha Hailey, actress and musician in electropop group Uh Huh Her was traveling with her partner on a Southwest Airlines flight on September 26, 2011 when they were removed from the plane after a PDA. Leisha took to her Twitter to protest their treatment by the airline.
On August 30th, 2011 Westboro Baptist Church called for a picket of the Foo Fighters show in Kansas City. They had a little something up their sleeve. God Bless America.
A somber Paul Simon delivers a deeply moving performance of his song “The Sound of Silence,” at Manhattan’s ground zero on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attack on New York City and the Twin Towers.
Following Mike Pedicone’s firing as drummer for My Chemical Romance last week he’s released a statement via Kerrang telling his side of the story…. well, kind of.
In a statement posted to MyChemicalRomance.com, guitarist Frank Iero announces Mike Pedicone’s departure from the band.
My Chemical Romance closes Reading Festival 2011 with an explosive set featuring fireworks, lasers, flames and an appearance by guitar legend Brian May.
Lady Gaga reveals her stunning and elaborate music video for “Yoü And I”, from her album, “Born This Way”.
The now legendary UK punk band Gallows today announce the departure of their frontman Frank Carter. Having redefined punk rock since the release of their debut album ‘Orchestra Of Wolves’ in 2006, Gallows brought punk rock kicking, screaming and snarling into the mainstream, climaxing with the harsh and bitterly angry ‘Grey Britain’ album in 2009 but are now set to embark on new paths.
Saxophonist Clarence Clemons, best known for backing Bruce Springsteen as a charter member of the E Street Band, passed away Saturday, 6 days after suffering a stroke at his Florida home.