Listen to Demi Lovato’s “Mortal Instruments” Song


The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones is already heading towards being one of the hottest franchises of 2013 (we’ll be posting picture from the mall tour pretty soon) and with that many fans, the soundtrack is also slated to be one of the most popular of the year as well.

With artists such as AFI, who have already released the music video for their contribution, “17 Crimes,” earlier this month, Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Youngblood Hawke and many more it has a little bit of different genres of music for everyone. Also on the soundtrack is Demi Lovato and now we have the audio of her contribution to the soundtrack, “Heart by Heart.”

The audio of the ballad can be heard below:

The Mortal Instruments is an adventure-fantasy film based on the first book of The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare.The film adaption stars Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Kevin Zegers and Jemima West and is set to be released in theaters later this week on August 23 while the soundtrack hits shelves on Tuesday, August 20.

City of Bones, introduces us to Clary Fray and the Shadowhunter world. Collins is set to play Clary, while Campbell Bower portrays Jace. The screenplay was written by Pretty Little Liars writer I. Marlene King, and Jessica Postigo.

AFI Release “I Hope You Suffer”


After months of cryptic videos and one weird email with lyrics, AFI have finally released their first new song in four years, “I Hope You Suffer.” The song will be featured on the band’s upcoming ninth studio album, which as of right now, does not have an official title yet (we think it might just be called A Fire Inside, but knowing Davey, don’t assume).

The song will be officially released for download on July 23, but for now you can listen to the track below.

While this might be the band’s first official new song since their last album CrashLove, they will have a new song feature on the highly anticipated film adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s novel, The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones titled, “17 Crimes.”