Thrice Upload Suspicious Photograph on Tumblr


It’s been a few years since Thrice announced they would be going on hiatus following a farewell tour, but now, the band have given fans something to look forward to in 2015.

This morning, an image appeared on the band’s Tumblr page which jump started talks of a reunion almost as fast as the image was posted online. The image was a black and white photograph of what appears to be a stage. Over the image in white print is the band’s name and “2015” below it.

Check out the image below.

No confirmation has been made by the band yet, but considering the picture was just uploaded a little while ago, an official announcement as to what it means should be on the horizon. We’re hoping that it has something to do with a new album or even a potential tour in the near future, after all, Vheissu does turn ten next year.

Former My Chemical Romance Guitarist Launches Own Solo Music


Another day and another former My Chemical Romance member has announced a new solo projects.

As of now, all the former members with the exception of guitarist Ray Toro have revealed plans to continue with music on their own, though we are still waiting on bassist Mikey Way’s side project Electric Century to reveal an official release date for their debut record.

For the past few days, Toro had been teasing things on Instagram including a photograph of some HTML codes, confirming that at least a website for him was underway.

Today, Toro launched his website which featured an announcement that he will be entering the studio with producer Doug McKean, who just so happened to be the producer of former bandmate, Gerard Way’s upcoming solo album, Hesitant Alien (way to keep it in the “family,” guys).

Aside from the announcement, the guitarist also shared two demo clips as well as a song titled, “Isn’t That Something?”

His announcement and demos can be found over at his website, as well as his new social media platforms.

Check out the demos below.

Your move, Mikey.

Prince Releases New Song


Prince is back with a brand new song titled, “‘Ain’t Gonna Miss U When U’re Gone.”

Over the course of the last couple of months, the singer has been releasing a slew of new tracks online through his 3rdeyegirl website. In December 2012, he released the track “Rock And Roll Love Affair” and then followed it up with “Screwdriver.”

But just when you thought that Prince would end his giving streak there, he continued to release “Breakfast Can Wait” this past February and “FIXURLIFEUP” in May.

Earlier this year, the singer embarked on a North American theater tour which hit cities  such as Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Las Vegas,  San Diego, Anaheim, Denver and Vancouver. And just to prove that he still has the moves, Prince performed not one, but two shows a night at each location.

For now, you can check out the new song below:

All the singer’s newest tracks including, “Screwdriver,” “Live Out Loud” and of course “Ain’t Gonna Miss U When U’re Gone” are all available on his official website for $0.88.

Prince’s new album, The Electric Lady will be released this September and features guest stars like Janelle Monae, Miguel and Erykah Badu.

Fall Out Boy Reveal Album Art

Save Rock and Roll

Last week Fall Out Boy had fans in a frenzy when they revealed that Sir Elton John would be on their new record, and now the band is revealing the cover art for the album on their Tumblr page. They also added a small message for their fans which you can also read below.

“when we were beginning the journey of making this record we wanted to find some inspirational images. we came across the punk and monk image on the Internet and it really solidified what we were trying to get across on the record- the idea of old and new clashing. tradition and change coming together. there was something striking about it. obviously this is an image that means a lot to many people- we felt like we wanted to be part of this conversation. these kids represent the youth, change and irreverence that we hope our record is listened to with. at the end of the day we just want to take the rules and start all over with save rock and roll anyway.

shout out to Roger Stonehouse for capturing the original photo and allowing us to share it with the world “

Save Rock and Roll will be available on April 15 and 16 worldwide, but can be pre-order on the band’s website.