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Acclaimed indie/rock singer/songwriter Jenny Lewis is preparing to release her new studio album, On the Line, which will be out next Friday, March 22. Today, Lewis previewed the record with a third pre-release song, and “Wasted Youth” is the type of earworm indie/pop anthem with some strong lyrics that will find its way into your head for a while. Listen to the song below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZY8bdQRpmGU Lewis also recently premiered the track “Heads Gonna Roll” as a preview of the record, featuring none other than Ringo Starr on drums, and its accompanying visual is a simple photograph of Lewis sitting on…

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This past week, something rare happened: Robbie Williams performed in the United States. Williams, one of the world’s biggest and most successful pop stars for the past 20+ years, hadn’t performed in the states in roughly 15 years. Despite being an institution of rock/pop music with an edgy, cheeky sense of humor that has combined to make him a global icon, fame and attention has eluded him stateside, so much so that he’d effectively given up his efforts to “win” the country’s favor. Then, in November, Williams announced his first-ever residency in Las Vegas, set for the Encore Theatre at…

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Today is March 11 — or 311 Day, the date each calendar year that long-running alt/rock/reggae band 311 drops big news. The group followed suit accordingly, as on Monday 311 revealed plans for a big co-headlining summer tour with Dirty Heads, in addition to some news about a new record — which will be the follow-up to 2017’s Mosaic, and the group’s 13th studio effort to date. The news comes as 311’s Enlarged To Show Detail 3 documentary film hits theaters on March 11 for a one-night-only special engagement for fans … again, all as part of 311 Day festivities.…

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Cage the Elephant’s new record, Social Cues, is said to have drawn its inspiration heavily from the personal experiences of front man Matt Shultz, especially his recent divorce. The band’s newest song, “House of Glass,” premiered on Friday, and follows that theme, with lyrics about isolation and the titular house made of glass. Musically, it has a slightly sinister tone to its overall feel, and it’s a solid listen. Do so below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1ZYRfK2v3E “House of Glass” is the second song released thus far from Social Cues, which will be out on April 19th, following the previously premiered hit single “Ready…

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The alternative rock scene of the 1990s was dominated by a handful of acts — and among them were Bush and +Live+. The two acts hit it big in 1994, Gavin Rossdale and Bush with Sixteen Stone and Ed Kowalczyk and +Live+ with Throwing Copper. 25 years later, the two bands are teaming up for a big summer tour commemorating the anniversaries of both those albums, and they’ll do so with the help of Our Lady Peace, another alt/rock act that achieved quite a lot in the ’90s. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WPbqYoz9HA This co-headlining tour will bring the bands to 33 cities across…

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Slipknot will return with a bang later this year. The hard rock/metal band’s new album will be released on August 9, and to commemorate their return to the scene, they’ll head out on a massive tour this summer. The Knotfest Roadshow continues Slipknot’s trend of staging a huge summer tour in outdoor venues, and will feature support from Behemoth, Gojira and Volbeat. The dates and details were announced on Monday: https://twitter.com/slipknot/status/1102615832444624896 And the dates: Fri Jul 26 – Mountain View, CA – Shoreline Amphitheatre Sat Jul 27 – San Bernardino, CA – San Manuel Amphitheater Thu Aug 1 – Salt…

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In what’s surely one of the most unusual and unexpected tour combinations in recent memory, the Smashing Pumpkins will head out on another big tour this summer alongside Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Joining them at each show will be AFI. This is an intriguing blend of styles that ought to appeal to fans of the 1990s, of course, with the Pumpkins’ litany of ’90s hits and Gallagher’s Oasis anthems — as well as his more recent and slightly more subversive or experimental solo music. AFI, meanwhile, have been doing their emo/rock thing for more than two decades as well.…

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On Monday morning, it was reported that Keith Flint, longtime vocalist for the English electronic band the Prodigy, had passed away at the age of 49. Liam Howlett, the Prodigy’s central songwriter/keyboardist, added on the group’s Instagram page that Flint had taken his own life: https://www.instagram.com/p/BulgJBZAw5L/ The Prodigy scored two UK Number One singles in 1996, as both “Firestarter” and “Breathe” put the group on the map in a huge way, the album The Fat of the Land becoming a massive crossover success in the United States as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmin5WkOuPw The Prodigy just released a new studio album, No Tourists,…

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When you listen to a song by Lamb of God, the Richmond, Virginia-based metal band that’s been around for 25 years, two things are at the forefront: the deep, throaty vocals of Randy Blythe and Mark Morton’s buzzsaw guitar work. Morton’s signature style is unmistakable, and on Friday the guitarist released his first solo album, Anesthetic. Featuring the same type of pummeling riffs that he’s contributed to Lamb of God’s eight studio albums to date, Anesthetic features a number of special guest vocalists that elevate the material even further. News of Morton’s album came a bit prematurely, as the opening…

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“Rock and roll is dead,” is something people say. These people are wrong. On Friday, Reignwolf released Hear Me Out, the first-ever full-length album from the band helmed by singer/guitarist Jordan Cook after years of one-off singles and mounting buzz built on explosive live performances and festival appearances. Led by the single “Black and Red,” Hear Me Out was well worth the wait. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni3gmp-VQOM “Over & Over” is easily a standout track on the album. Occupying a space previously held by the Black Keys, but with a nagging urgency that almost approaches an anxious feeling, the track just slams through…

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