Brand New Frontman Hints at Band’s End


Could the Brand New reunion be over just as fast as it began? If we’re going to take what frontman Jesse Lacey said during a recent show seriously, which we might have to because of the emotion behind the speech, then yes, maybe the end for the band is near.

During their final tour of 2015 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Sunday (Oct. 11), Lacey took to the microphone to give a heartfelt speech to the audience before launching into “Play Crack the Sky.” In the speech, which sources recorded video of, he talks about how it might be the end of the group. But, before jumping to conclusions, it might be good to point out that he says that the group “can’t do this forever,” but nothing in his speech confirms that the band are disbanding after the next record.

“This [is] the last show we’ll play for a while. Things will be different the next time we play. I’ll have a brand new daughter! The next time we play, we’ll have a brand new album for you. This won’t last much longer, we can’t do this forever.”

Before speaking about their inevitable end, Lacey shed a few tears when speaking about his band mates Garrett Tierney, Vincent Accardi, and Brian Lane while also revealing his inner demons of not being enough.

“Being in a room like this is really special. Personally, I don’t feel adequate, or worth it, playing on this stage, but I know that Garrett, and Vinnie, and Brian are absolutely worth it.”

Watch two videos taken from the show below and make your own judgement on the matter.

Watch the Foo Fighters Hit the Stage for Fourth of July

Injury be damned, at least that was the message Dave Grohl was sending out on the first stop of the Foo Fighters’ North American tour which kicked off on Saturday (July 4) in Washington D.C. in celebration of not only the nation, but also the 20th anniversary of the band’s self-titled, debut record.

Up until last week, the status of the tour was still unknown since Grohl’s infamous fall in Sweden. Fans were beginning to speculate that a cancellation was set to happen, but lo and behold, being the true rock stars that they are, the band decided to go forward with the three-month long tour which will wrap up in early October.

Thanks to several YouTube users, videos from the kick-off show/Fourth of July blow out was uploaded online. Not only do we see the group perform some of their biggest songs, we were also given a look at the new stage set up for the band which includes a rock and roll version of the Game of Thrones Iron Throne for Grohl to sit on during the shows.

Kind of bad-ass.

Instead of playing off the severe injury, Grohl decided to address it directly before beginning on “Big Me.” In his speech to the audience, he explained how it all happened on a “beautiful night like tonight in a stadium full of people” and how he “fell off the fucking stage.” He even played the footage of the fall on the big screen behind the band as he continued to ask the crowd if they saw the video on YouTube.

It’s nice to know that he’s got such a good sense of humor about it because he even replayed it again.

Check out the videos from the show below, but try to ignore the annoying ass commentary on the videos.

Foo Fighters July 4 Washington D.C. RFK Stadium Set List

1. “Everlong”
2. “Monkey Wrench”
3. “Learn to Fly”
4. “Something From Nothing”
5. “The Pretender”
6. “Cold Day in the Sun”
7. “Congregation”
8. “Walk”
9. “Big Me”
10. “My Hero” (acoustic)
11. “Times Like These” (acoustic)
12. “Under Pressure” (Queen & David Bowie cover)
13. “All My Life”
14. “These Days’
15. “Outside”
16. “Breakout”
17. “For All the Cows”
18. “Alone + Easy Target”
19. “This Is a Call”
20. “Generator”
21. “Best of You”

Watch Footage from Thrice’s First Show in Three Years


Thrice’s big reunion is supposed to take place this upcoming weekend, but the band decided to give fans from their home state of California a little something just in case they couldn’t make it all the way to New Jersey.

Like several of the bands that will be “reuniting” at Skate and Surf Festival, Thrice decided to treat fans to a pre-Skate and Surf show/warm-up gig at the House of Blues Anaheim.

Thanks to audience members who were at the show that we’re pretty sure was sold out, we’ve gotten video footage of the band performing together for their followers following a three-year hiatus. The complete set list for the evening was also upload and can be seen after the videos.


The Earth Will Shake
The Arsonist
Paper Tigers
Stare at the Sun
All That’s Left
The Weight
In Exile
Of Dust and Nations
Come All You Weary
The Artist in the Ambulance


If you’re heading to Skate and Surf this weekend, don’t forget to check out the set times here so you can plan accordingly. You don’t want to miss anyone, especially the reunions.

Man Overboard Release Trio of Videos for New Songs


It was just yesterday that Man Overboard revealed they would be releasing a new album titled Heavy Love this Summer.

Not even 24 hours after they unveiled the official announcement by using the famous last scene of The Sopranos, the band have released not one, but three music videos for three tracks off of the impending release.

The videos, which can be seen below, are for the following three songs: “Splinter,” “Now That You’re Home,” and “Borderline.”

The three new tracks will join previously released song, “She’s in Pictures” on Heavy Love due out on June 30 through Rise Records. Pre-orders for the new album are currently available on the band’s website.

In support of the new record, the New Jersey band will be hitting the road this Summer as one of many (and we mean many) bands joining the 2015 Vans Warped Tour.

Weezer Unveil “My Mystery” Clip


Weezer have released another clip, the second teaser this week from the group to excited fans. This new clip features a brand new track titled “My Mystery.”

Judging by their previous clips, this new song will no doubt be featured on the group’s upcoming new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End. Including this new clip, Weezer have officially release eleven clips, all in promotion (or teasing) for the upcoming record.

Watch the creepy black and white video.

Earlier this week, the band revealed to fans the cover art for the record, which has yet to be given a release date. The art was revealed to be done by Chris McMahon who is known for taking thrift shop landscape painting and adding some creative monsters to them.

Like always, there is still no indication as to when the follow-up to 2010’s Hurley is slated to be released. Maybe one of these teaser clips will do us the honor and reveal that soon.

Fall Out Boy Conclude ‘The Youngblood Chronicles’


After a year and a half of music videos being released in what has become the Youngblood Chronicles, Fall Out Boy have finally released the final videos missing to conclude the story including what was in the god-forsaken briefcase that has puzzled us all.

This past Wednesday, the band premiered the full Youngblood Chronicles via Palladia which turned all the short music videos into one cinematic film. The missing videos at that point were the tenth music video”Miss Missing You” and the concluding video, “Save Rock and Roll” which featured a small cameo from Sir Elton John, because, you know he does sing on the song.

According to the band, a DVD of the “film” is currently in the works which would be really cool to add to you Fall Out Boy collection, you know if your inner teenaged self still does that.

Anyway, check out the remaining videos here and if you still haven’t caught up, don’t fret, we’ve got you covered.

Conclusion: “Save Rock and Roll”

Part 10: “Miss Missing You”

Part 8: “Rat-a-Tat”

Part 8: “Death Valley”

Part 7: “Where Did the Party Go?”

Part 6: “Just One More Yesterday”

Part 5: “The Might Fall”

Part 4: “Alone Together”

Part 3: “Young Volcanoes”

Part 2: “The Phoenix”

Part 1: “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light ‘Em Up)”

Stream Weekend One of Coachella


Coachella has officially begun and for those not making the trek to California for the first weekend, doesn’t mean that you have to be left out of all the great performances. For the next two days, not counting part of today, you can tune below and watch the live stream from the festival.

The festival began their telecast at 3:30 p.m. PST and is slated to wrap up day one at midnight PST. The telecast is then schedule to once again resume at 3:30 p.m. PST tomorrow and close out whenever the last performers of the evening, Nas, The Dismemberment Plan, Muse, and Pet Shop Boys, come to an end. The full live stream schedule can be seen after the videos so you can plan accordingly. 





Friday April 11
Channel 1:
3:30pm – ZZ Ward
4:15pm – Grouplove
5:15pm – MS MR
6:00pm – Bastille
7:00pm – HAIM
7:50pm – Neko Case
8:40pm – Ellie Goulding
9:30pm – Broken Bells
10:30pm – Girl Talk
11:30pm – Outkast

Channel 2:
3:30pm – Flatbush Zombies
4:15pm – Aloe Blacc
5:20pm -AFI
6:10pm – GOAT
7:00pm – The Afghan Whigs
8:15pm – Woodkid
9:05pm – Chromeo
9:55pm – Bryan Ferry
11:00pm – The Cult
12:00am – Anti-Flag

Channel 3:
3:30pm – Jagwar Ma
4:20pm – Wye Oak
5:15pm – Dum Dum Girls
6:05pm – A$AP Ferg
7:00pm: Kate Nash
8:00pm – Zedd Hangout – Backstage Meet & Greet
8:30pm – Bonobo
9:30pm – Carnage
10:25pm – The Glitch Mob
11:20pm- Martin Garrix
12:20am- Zedd

Saturday April 12
Channel 1:
3:30pm – Bear Hands
4:10pm – CHVRCHES
5:20pm – The Head and The Heart
6:10pm – Cage the Elephant
7:00pm – Capital Cities
7:55pm – Lorde
8:45pm – Foster the People
9:40pm – Queens of the Stone Age
10:35pm – Pharrell Williams
11:35pm – Skrillex

Channel 2:
3:30pm – White Lies
4:15pm –  Temples
6:10pm – City and Colour
7:05pm – Future Islands
8:00pm – Warpaint
9:00pm – Pixies
9:50pm – MGMT
10:45pm – Sleigh Bells
11:35pm – Pet Shop Boys

Channel 3:
3:30pm – Foxygen
4:30pm – Ty Segall
5:20pm – Bombay Bicycle Club
6:10pm – CHVRCHES Hangout- Backstage Meet & Greet
6:30pm- Washed Out
9:55pm – Dillon Francis
10:55pm – Fatboy Slim
11:55pm- Empire of the Sun

Sunday April 13
Channel 1:
3:30pm – J. Roddy Walston & The Business
4:15pm – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
5:10pm – Fisbone
6:00pm – Blood Orange
6:50pm – The Naked and Famous
7:45pm – Muse
8:25pm – Calvin Harris
9:25pm – Beck
10:20pm – Arcade Fire

Channel 2:
3:30pm – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
4:30pm –  Frank Turner
5:30pm – Superchunk
6:30pm – The 1975
7:15pm – Little Dragon
8:30pm- Daughter
10:10pm – Nas
11:10pm – Disclosure

Channel 3:
3:30pm – Surfer Blood
6:00pm – Flosstradamus
6:50pm- Darkside
7:50pm- Alesso
9:00pm- Big Gigantic
9:55pm – Adventure Club
10:45pm – Duck Sauce

Watch the Grammy Performances


Missed a performance from 56th Annual Grammys?

Have no fear, we’re here, so if you happen to miss one or just want to re-watch another one, all you have to do is press play on one of the many videos below.

Enjoy! (PS, there are 20 videos)

Beyonce & Jay-Z, “Drunk in Love”

Lorde, “Royals”

Hunter Hayes, “Invisible”

Keith Urban and Gary Clark Jr., “Cop Car”

Katy Perry feat. Juicy J, “Dark Horse”

Ringo Starr, “Photographs”

Robin Thicke & Chicago, ““Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?”/“Saturday in the Park”/“Blurred Lines”

Pink feat. Nate Ruess, “Try”/”Give Me a Reason”

Kendrick Lamar feat. Imagine Dragons, “MAAD City”/ “Radioactive”

John Legend, “All of Me”

Kacey Musgraves, “Follow Your Arrow”

Daft Punk feat. Stevie Wonder, Pharrell and Nile Rodgers, “Get Lucky”/”Le Freak”

Taylor Swift, “All Too Well”

Carole King and Sara Bareilles, “Brave”

Paul McCartney feat. Ringo Starr, “Queenie Eyes”

Metallica and Lang Lang, “One”

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert, Madonna and Queen Latifah, “Same Love”

Miranda Lambert and Billie Joe Armstrong, “When Will I Be Loved”

Nine Inch Nails/Queens of the Stone Age/Dave Grohl and Lindsay Buckingham, “Copy of A”/”My God is the Sun”

Katy Perry Releases Another Cryptic Video


Two weeks ago, Katy Perry announced that she would be releasing her new album Prism in October in the form of a gold 18-wheeler making its rounds on the streets of Los Angeles. When the pop star was asked about the name, she confirmed that not only would the truck be making stops in different cities around the US, but that the new album would in fact be named Prism. 

The first single off the album was rumored to be called “Roar” and that was also confirmed but int he form of a video that Perry posted on her Twitter showing her burn the famous electric blue wig. Also playing into the death of the Candy-fornia Katy Perry is a new video which shows her standing around, smirking as fans mourn her “California Gurls” personal.

For now you can check out the “Roar” confirmation video as well as “The Third Coming” below:

The Third Coming:

Burning Baby Blue:

AFI Release Two New Trailers


Ever since AFI announced that they would be releasing a new album later this year, the band have been posting mysterious videos on their website for the fans. As of today, the band have released five videos that have been under three minutes.

We know AFI like their mystery, but come on guys, throw us a bone and let us know what it’s about!

But until they do, you can check out the two new videos below: