On yesterday's stellar Comedy Bang! Bang! episode, Bob Odenkirk revealed that him and former Mr. Show partner David Cross will be hitting the road next month. The tour will consist of daily signings for the duo's upcoming book Hollywood Said No!, a collection of rejected screenplays and sketches they wrote together, as well as nightly shows under the moniker A Night With Bob and David (And Posehn). Hit the replies for details, dates, and what's happening for Mr. Show's upcoming 20th anniversary.
We premiered a Fox & Cats track a few weeks ago, and now we're streaming the band's new EP This Is Your Brain On Love in the replies. It was released today and you can get it on Bandcamp.
"It's been almost a year since we first began working on our debut EP, and even longer since the songs first started to take shape and grow. We could not be more excited to finally release this music to your ears. We hope you will all enjoy these songs, which come straight from our hearts, as much as we do. If not then we'll probably be super butthurt and sad."
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend for other viewers? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. Check out rdio or spinner for album streams of new releases.
"It's similar in that it's eclectic;" he told MTV News. "But this time around, the songs are pretty different. One song sounds like it could be an '80s, Depeche Mode type deal, another sounds like a mix of a Toto drum part with, like, weird arena-rock guitars. There were a lot of things I was pulling from; I listened to a lot of hip hop actually, like A$AP Rocky ... all the new stuff that's coming out was blowing my mind.
"Hip hop is doing the new rock thing; there are no rules," he continued. "They can do anything, really. And that's inspiring."
And, in a telling nod to those hip-hop influences, Too Rare also sees a shift...
PropertyOfZack have posted a fairly in-depth interview with Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides) and Juliet Simms. POZ covered many topics with the couple, including the stereotypes against the Biersack's band and the "empty amp" scandal as well as Simms experience with The Voice and the future.
It’s as simple as this: Black Veil Brides is the band with the long hair and the body paint and the makeup. That’s the “faggy” band for that. And then Black Veil Brides stops wearing the makeup, cuts the hair, and it’s “the guy sounds like the guy from Nickelback” now. Okay, we come out and play new songs and they’re “oh, that’s different. But there has to be something!” So they go on stage and...
Chiodos will release their new album in 2014 - watch some Warped footage and hear a song clip in the replies (skip to 2:11 for the clip). Based on their "Two Eleven" Facebook post, it's possible the album will release on February 11.
Moving Mountains will release their new self-titled album on September 10 via Triple Crown Records. The band has released the "intro" via their Telegraph Sessions - check it out in the replies, along with album art.
01) Swing Set
02) Burn Pile
05) Eastern Leaves
07) Under A Falling Sky
The Head and The Heart will release their sophomore album, Let's Be Still, on October 15th via Sub Pop Records. The band has also announced fall tour dates to accompany the album which you can find in the replies.
Today we're premiering the newest music video from Oh No Fiasco for their song "Down." We're also pleased to announce that the band will be releasing their new EP, No One's Gotta Know, on September 10th on Five Seven Music. Head to the replies to check out the female fronted pop goodness.
Heavy English (Sal Bossio and Dan Gluszak of Envy On The Coast) will release their first single "21 Flights" on July 30 via iTunes - check out a teaser in the replies. We're exclusively premiering the song the day before.
02) Lost Your Name
03) Back Of Your Head
04) Tiny Raindrop
05) Notice Me
07) Cut Me Open
09) I’m Swimming
10) When I Come Undone
11) Dirty Head
Update:Apparently Anthony Green sang on a track - good to know. -JA