Thanks to an eager Adam Lazzara, the first thing we are talking about this week is a new Taking Back Sunday demo. This is the first taste we get of what we can expect from the recently reformed original line-up. Reminiscent of tracks on the bands debut album, Tell All Your Friends, this track has got us stupidly excited for their next offering. Expect big things from them in 2011! Listen to the song below, and don't forget the Taking Back Sunday Studio Projects are available in the US here and UK/Europe here.
This week see’s the release of My Chemical Romance’s follow up album to 2006's The Black Parade. Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys is a large departure from the bands previous three records, fusing epic chorus' with catchy pop hooks and futuristic synths, the album is a refreshing offering from the band both musically and visually and is set to be huge. You can stream the entire album below, give it a listen!
This past week saw the release of Bad Book's 60's inspired music video for their track You Wouldn't Have To Ask, taken from their recently released self-titled debut album. Visit Spin.com to read a short interview with Andy Hull and Kevin Devine, about the video and their future plans as a band.
New Releases: There are a lot of new albums out this week for you to get your hands on, make sure you give these five a listen. Kanye West – : Love him or hate him, Kanye West if a force to be reckoned with, give them album a listen or visit his My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy website to watch the short film him directed to go along with the album. My Chemical Romance - Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys Have Heart – : Modern hardcore legends, Have Heart release a vinyl and DVD of their last ever show. I can't wait to watch this dvd, hopefully it will be even better than Champions equivalent release, 10.17.09 Different Directions. Watch the trailer for the DVD to see exactly why you need to see the whole thing.
Tigers Jaw – : Indie rockers, from Pennsylvania, Tigers Jaw having been making incredible music for the last few years. Make sure you check out their self-titled record as well. Watch the video for the title track from Two Worlds Two Worlds below.
The Chariot – : For fans of Norma Jean and Glassjaw. Long Live
Posted Nov 23, 2010 09:47:48 am