Usually when a band gets a new lead singer it's bad news. Just ask Alice In Chains how they've enjoyed the last ten years. But in THIS case, I think it's an improvement. Chester Bennington from Linkin Park has been hanging out with a de-heroined STP for the last few months, and now it looks like we're getting an album! Or at least an EP.
The band says their first EP with Linkin Park's Chester Bennington will be called "High Rise," and is scheduled to hit stores on October 8th. The collection will feature five new tracks, including their previously released single "Out of Time" and another new song called "Tomorrow." But before fans get their hands on "High Rise," they can catch the Stone Temple Pilots on the road. The band kicks off a U.S. tour September 4th in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
10 bucks says it's at a fair.
Here is a link to listen to the new album from The Temper Trap, "The Temper Trap." It will offically be released on June 5th. Enjoy! (Click the album to launch the player)
Here is the brand new Silversun Pickups song, "Bloody Mary." I could have waited until tomorrow but I wanted you to hear it first.
Their new album "Neck of the Woods" will be out later this year.
- xoxoxox Corey
I am going to attempt to make my own version of this video today. I just need to find the right location and the right motel office in Salt Lake to stand in front of. I suggest you do the same and send it to me. Make sure you watch this full screen in 1080p and dance to it.
Well lookie-loo, them leaves is changin' and there's pumpkin-flavored beer on the shelves (the worst idea ever). But you can't enjoy a beer flavored after squash without some good tunes. So I've put my ears through torture, fear, bad lyrics, some laughs and finally to some albums I think are worth your (or your mom's) hard-earned monies. Note: some content may be NSFW.
Ben Folds "The Best Imitation of Myself: A Retrospective" (3 disc edition) - This isn't just a greatest hits collection but more of an archive with great live Ben Folds cuts, a couple new Ben Folds Five songs and some sweet cover songs: George Michael's "Careless Whisper", Ke$ha's "Sleezy" and The Postal Service's "Such Great Heights." There is also a single disc edition but come on, spulrge a little.
Justice "Audio, Video, Disco" - I wouldn't say it is as compelling as their last album but dancy enough and engaging enough to be called, "worthy." As far as electronic music (to use the most basic description without getting into the five-million sub-generes) goes, this is cream of the crop.
Spank Rock "Everything Is Boring and Everyone Is a F---king Liar" - Remeber when Prince used to be funky and make some pretty great music? Me either, but I have a few greatest hits albums to remind me. Anyway, Spank Rock is the missing link beetween electro-funk and hip-hop. The opening track, "Ta Da" is about the best hippity-hop track I have heard in a long time. But don't let that worry you, haters - this is one of the few albums to blur genres in the best possible way.
Patton Oswalt "Finest Hour" - Not music, obviously, but the funniest album you will hear this year. He even brings back the famous KFC routine in the epilogue form. Like the best comics you will get a few things to ponder such as the danger of gifted children, the things we do alone in cars and what to do when someone buys all the ham at the deli.
The Black Keys "El Camino" - not out until December 6th but we will get their new song this week so be listening...
Red Hot Chili Peppers "I'm With You"
CSS "La Liberacion"
Nouvelle Vague "The Singers"
The Rapture "In The Grace of Your Love"
Hard-Fi "Killer Sounds"
That's it for this edition. Now go forth with ears wide. - Corey
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