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Taking Back Sunday And The Used To Co-Headline Tour This Spring

Taking Back Sunday and The Used announced today that they will co-headlining a tour this spring with Tonight Alive and Spencer Chamberlain’s (Underoath) new project Sleepwave. The tour will celebrate both headliners’ new albums, Happiness Is and Imaginary Enemy, respectively. Check out the tour dates below, after the jump! If you’d like to get in on the action, you can buy concert tickets here. Want to pre-order the new albums? You can purchase a CD of Taking Back Sunday’s new album here and The Used’s new album here. Please follow and like…

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Angels & Airwaves Have Two Movie/Album Projects In The Works

Tom DeLonge announced yesterday on his Facebook page that Angels & Airwaves are not only working on two new albums but also two movies. DeLonge provided a bit of info on A & A’s plan for the future as well as a still shot from one of their forthcoming films. Read DeLonge’s message and look at the still shot taken from one of the movies they’re working on after the jump, and purchase a CD of past albums or buy concert tickets here! Please follow and like us:

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Rise Records Announces New Album Releases

Rise Records has announced they will release new albums from Like Moths to Flames, Hands Like Houses, My Ticket Home, SECRETS and one more TBA band. Check out a message from the label after the jump, and don’t forget, come July you can purchase a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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Josh Homme Talks New Queens Of The Stone Age Album

Queens of the Stone Age have been making news lately by releasing their new single “My God is the Sun” in preparation of their new album, …Like Clockwork.  But for the band, making the new album has been anything but clockwork.  “We went through a particularly dark period in the last couple of years, trying to figure out what it all means and how to get through all that,” Frontman and QOTSA mastermind Josh Homme told MTV news.  “This record was like finding a way out from there to where…

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Jimmy Eat World Discuss New Album

Jimmy Eat World frontman Jim Adkins recently spoke to Rolling Stones about Jimmy Eat World’s new album.   The Em0-pioneers will release their 7th album Damage on June 11th.  “We used tape for the first time in a long time, as well as computer,” Adkins said to the magazine. “I hate saying more raw, but it’s more raw and warm.  Just noise all day long. There was less an emphasis on it being clean and perfect.”  Adkins also addressed the band’s age as well by saying, “I’m 37 and the world around…

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Vampire Weekend Delay Release of Upcoming Album

  Indie rockers Vampire Weekend announced that they will delay the release of their next album, Modern Vampires of the City.  Before you start to worry that the album will be postponed indefinitely, the album will instead be released a week later than scheduled and will now arrive on May 14th.  The band cited problems with the physical copies as the reason for the delay. You can purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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New Depeche Mode Album Coming March 26th

Depeche Mode will release their new album,  “Delta Machine” on March 26th.  “Delta Machine” is the band’s 13th studio album and will be released via Columbia.  The album’s by first single “Heaven” will have its video premiere on VEVO February 1st.  Check out the track-list after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Dropkick Murphys Aim for Radio Play with New Album

Dropkick Murphy latest album, Signed and Sealed in Blood arrives in stores as well as digital formats today.  While making the band’s 8th studio album, frontman Ken Casey informed Billboard that the group planned to gain a wider audience this time around.  Check out what he had to say to Billboard after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Avenged Sevenfold to Start Recording in January

Avenged Sevenfold will be hitting the studio next month to record the follow-up to 2010’s Nightmare.  “This album’s a little more groove orientated,”singer M. Shadows told NME. “There’s a little bit more groove to it, a little bit more focused on bigger riffs. So that’s where it’s headed – every song has gotta have a huge riff and every song has to have a groove to it.”   Please follow and like us:

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