Today we're streaming the new album from Century Media Records' Heart In Hand. Almost There is a punishing mixture of modern metalcore and the pissed off aggression of hardcore. The UK act follows in the step of fellow UK acts such as Your Demise and Bury Tomorrow. Stream Almost There in the replies.
Years ago, we fell in love with a charming indie band by the name of Sherwood. Sadly, they are no longer with us, but we can still hear the fantastic vocals of singer Nathan Henry on his new project, The Begging Sea. Today, we are premiering the official video for the first single, titled "Lightly Stepping," and it's super dope. The song is off his upcoming album, which you can pre-order here. In the meantime, head down to the replies, check out the video, and let us know what you think.
In the replies you can watch a video of Daft Punk unboxing its upcoming album, Random Access Memories, aboard a spaceship (because of course). The duo also teases a couple seconds of album opener "Give Life Back To Music."
In the video in the replies, Chino Moreno of Deftones talks about the possibility of releasing Eros (the record the band was working on when bassist Chi Cheng had his accident), saying it may be "more appropriate now."
The Summer Set is in the running for Macy's "Rising Star" contest. You can vote for the band here (25 times per e-mail address). If they win the band will get to play the iHeartRadio festival this fall, receive an ad campaign with Macy's, and get added into rotation on Clear Channel stations. The contest ends tonight at 9 PM PST and fans can also enter to win a trip to the iHeartRadio Festival when they vote each time.
In a move that's been heavily speculated on for some time but never made official, Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyershas been announced as the new host of 'Late Night,' and will take over the reins from Fallon when he goes on to host The Tonight Show starting early next year.
Vampire Weekend were on Saturday Night Live last night, performing "Diane Young," which you can watch here and "Unbelievers," which you can watch here. Their fantastic new record Modern Vampires of the City hits stores this Tuesday, and don't forget to check out my review of the album.