Good news Four Year Strong fans, the band’s previously announced new album will be coming our way this Summer!
Back in December, Pure Noise Record revealed that Four Year Strong and many of their label mates would be putting out new records in the new year.
With so many of them already revealing the release dates for said albums, it was only a matter of time before Four Year Strong’s release date would be announced.
That day was today.
The band announced that their fifth studio album will not only be their self-titled, but it will also be released on June 2. Along with that announcement they revealed that the record was produced by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou at his studio in Salem.
Also unveiled was the cover art for the record as well as the track list which will feature a re-recorded version of “Go Down in History” from 2014’s EP of the same name.
Check out the track list and cover art below.
FOUR YEAR STRONG TRACK LISTING:
1. Hold Myself In Contempt
2. We All Float Down Here
3. Eating My Words
4. Wipe Yourself Off, Man. You Dead
5. Stolen Credit Card!
7. Who Cares?
8. Here’s to Swimming with Bow Legged- Women
9. I’m a Big, Bright Shining Star
10. The Sound Of Your Heart
11. Go Down In History
Taking pity on her fans, Lana Del Rey has finally revealed that one of the most anticipated albums of the year, her new material Ultraviolence will be released on June 17 through Interscope Records. A few months back, she revealed to a fan that the album will be due out at the beginning of May leading to much excitement for diehard fans.
The beginning of May has come and gone and still nothing. During her show in Montreal, she revealed the album would be released “next month.” This time, it was not a joke.
Along with the confirmed release date, she has also unveiled the cover art for the album as well as the tracklist. According to the list, there will be 11 new tracks and three bonus.
01) Cruel World
03) Shades of Cool
04) Brooklyn Baby
05) West Coast
06) Sad Girl
07) Pretty When You Cry
08) Money Power Glory
09) Fucked My Way Up to the Top
10) Old Money
11) The Other Woman
12) Black Beauty *
13) Guns and Roses *
14) Florida Kilos *
* bonus tracks
Fans of Memphis May Fire, get excited because the band have just confirmed the name of their new album as well as the artwork and track list. The new album, the band’s fourth studio album will be titled Unconditional and will be released on March 25 through Rise Records.
The first single off the album, “No Ordinary Love” was released yesterday and can currently be viewed on Rise Records’ YouTube page.
As for the artwork for the album, it can be seen below as well as the track list for it.
UNCONDITIONAL TRACK LIST:
1. NO ORDINARY LOVE
2. BENEATH THE SKIN
3. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS
4. THE ANSWER
7. THE ROSE
8. NOT ENOUGH
9. NEED TO BE
Pre-orders are already up on the band website which you can hit up here.
Information about Drake’s upcoming new album, Nothing Was the Same, has been coming out in increments over the past few weeks. First it was the news that the album had been pushed back then there was the release of the album art which features a little kid with a big ‘fro , mostly likely representing a younger Drake and the rapper now.
Earlier this week, it was also announced that Drake’s father would be contributing some vocals to a track. Today, the official tracking list for the album was released and the biggest shock could be that for once, Lil’ Wayne is not featured on the album like it was rumored at one point. The only rappers to appear on the album are Jay-Z and Detail.
Another surprise is that after it was announced that his father would be contributing vocal to “Heat of the Moment,” the song sadly did not make it to the album; “The Motion” and “5 AM in Toronto” which had previously leaked, also did not make it on the album.
There will also be a deluxe version of the album which will feature “All Me”, his collaboration with Big Sean and 2 Chainz as well as “Come Thru”.
Nothing Was the Same TRACKLISTING
3-Started From the Bottom
8-Hold On, We’re Going Home
11-305 to My City [ft. Detail]
13-Pound Cake [ft. Jay-Z]/Paris Morton Music 2
Nothing Was the Same will be out on September 24.