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On May 3, Bad Religion will release Age of Unreason, a new studio album that serves as a reaction to the “perilous times” we find ourselves in today. Always a band fully focused on a common theme, the iconic punk group isn’t mincing its words this time around: Since the group’s formative years they have steadfastly advocated for humanism, reason, and individualism. Now, as these values are in decline, and nationalism and bigotry are on the rise, Bad Religion’s message has never been more essential. Age Of Unreason delivers a powerful and inspired rejoinder – a political and deeply personal…

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Badflower is here. On Friday, the Los Angeles-based four-piece released its debut album, OK, I’m Sick, via Big Machine/John Varvatos Records, after a few months of anticipation and promotion (and heavy SiriusXM rotation of their breakout single, “Ghost”). But while “Ghost” — a good song in its own right, with a dour overall tone and somber lyrics concerning mental health and depression — has its own style, it’s not exactly representative of the variety of sounds the band has at its disposal. Throughout OK, I’m Sick, Badflower try a number of approaches. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRFLvrBHI0E Whether in the aggressive, in-your-face album opener…

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Next week, something that’s been in the works for quite some time will be realized when Reignwolf releases Hear Me Out. It’ll be the first full-length album from the Canadian blues/rock project helmed by vocalist/guitarist Jordan Cook, who amassed an online buzz for years with one-off singles and attention-grabbing festival performances. The first song released from Hear Me Out is “Black and Red,” an engaging and guitar-driven tune premiered in early February: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni3gmp-VQOM Reignwolf is Cook, Joseph Braley and Stacey-James Kardash. This, a performance of his blistering 2013 single “Are You Satisfied?,” delivered in the POURING rain at a music…

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Gary Clark Jr. has something to say. The Austin, Texas-based blues guitarist/singer releases his fifth full-length album, This Land, today — but it isn’t an easy listen. I mean, it’s an easy listen as far expertly-crafted songs that blend rock, blues, alternative, reggae and hip-hop into a bounty of solid material are concerned, but thematically? It’s intense at times. Click here to pick up a copy. The title track, which was the first song previewed from the album, starts things off on a dramatic, poignant note, Clark and his wailing guitar addressing racial issues with an autobiographical display that was…

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Despite surprise-releasing The Teal Album, a collection of covers focused around the runaway success of their send-up of Toto’s “Africa,” last month, Weezer has a “real” album to release on March 1. The Black Album, as it’s officially titled, is roughly a week away, but the band premiered two new songs from the LP on Thursday. “High As a Kite” comes with a music video in which Rivers Cuomo and the band mimic a Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood set, until things go awry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH7XhHEb-ck “Living in L.A.,” meanwhile, is pretty much what you’d expect from the band, a catchy tune with…

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Outside of his years of music and success with Matchbox Twenty, Rob Thomas has reached great heights — you probably still have “Smooth,” his 1999 smash-hit single with Santana in your head all the time. On April 26, Thomas will release a new solo album titled Chip Tooth Smile, and he previewed it on Wednesday with a song called “One Less Day (Dying Young).” As its title might suggest, the song’s a pretty hopeful and reflective with a soaring chorus, with Thomas saying “I’m not afraid of getting older/One less day from dying young” throughout the song’s catch refrain. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaSoq9FELF8…

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Sad news to share this Thursday, as Peter Tork of the Monkees has passed away at the age of 77. The following message was posted on his official Facebook page: And the message in non-Facebook format: It is with beyond-heavy and broken hearts that we share the devastating news that our friend, mentor, teacher, and amazing soul, Peter Tork, has passed from this world. As we have mentioned in the past, the PTFB team is made up of Peter’s friends, family and colleagues – we ask for your kindness and understanding in allowing us to grieve this huge loss privately.…

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2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary 1969 Woodstock concert in upstate New York — and, if you’ve been paying close attention to the news in recent weeks — you’ll remember there are two separate events planned for this summer to mark the occasion. The Bethel Woods Music and Culture Festival will take place from Aug. 15 to Aug. 18, and on Wednesday it was revealed that Ringo Starr and Santana will be leading the celebrations. While the original plans called for a three-day music festival on the grounds, Jambase reports that it has since been scaled back a…

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Pop-punk kings New Found Glory have been hard at work on another set of covers of some of the most beloved movie songs ever recorded, and on May 3 the band will release From the Screen to the Stereo 3. It’s the third installment in a series of EPs of the same theme, coming after previous editions in 2000 and 2007. This time around, the band — vocalist Jordan Pundik, bassist Ian Grushka, guitarist Chad Gilbert and drummer Cyrus Bolooki — self-recorded the album and self-produced music videos for all seven of the EP’s songs. The first one released is…

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Rival Tides is a four-piece out of the Los Angeles area looking to do big things in 2019. With two EPs released thus far since forming in 2012, the band went back to the studio and put together a collection of new songs that will serve as their debut full-length, My God is Fire. The album was officially announced on Tuesday (along with pre-orders), and will be released on March 15. The band also premiered a video for the album’s opening song, the catchy “All My Friends Are Stoned,” which takes on a decidedly different lyrical tone than its title…

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