Macbeth Music - Week 2




First up this week, we've got the new video from our extremely talented buddies in Good Old War. These guys expertly mix catchy vocal harmonies with acoustic guitars and whatever other instruments they can get their hands on. If you've been living under a rock for the last couple of years and don't know who these guys are visit their Myspace Page and give them a listen, oh and keep an eye out for Keith and Tim wearing Black/White Matthews.







Next up, My Chemical Romance are getting ready to takeover the world with their fourth studio album Danger Days: True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys. This week the band released a preview for the video of their second single from the album, watch it below and visit their Myspace Page to hear the whole track. Their new stuff may be a big departure from The Black Parade, but we are super excited for the album and hopefully all of you are too.







NEW RELEASES:
There are two albums that dropped last week, that we strongly recommend for your listening pleasure, both of which are the respective artists second full length records.

Starting off, we have Kid Cudi, who is one of Hip Hop's brighest young talents. Hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, Cudi started gaining major attention after his single Day 'n' Nite, from his debut mixtape, reached no.5 on the Billboard 100.
Songs to check out - Erase Me, MANIAC and The Mood.
Kid Cudi - Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager

HelloGoodbye, have been away for a long time, they released their debut album, Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs! in 2006 and are now finally back with their second album Would It Kill You?. During those four years the bands musical style has matured but they still write unbelievably catchy pop songs. This album will keep you smiling all day and I guaranatee you will play it on repeat all of next summer.
Songs to check out - Finding Something To Do, When We First Met and I Never Can Relax.
HelloGoodbye - Would It Kill You?


 

Posted Nov 15, 2010 12:34:10 am



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