PureVolume was invited recently to Buddy Nielsen's (Senses Fail) home. Nielsen went through his old band keepsakes, introduced his mom, talked about that one time he forgot lyrics on Late Night With Conan O'Brien.
You can check out Fall Out Boy playing "The Phoenix" acoustic, in the replies. Also, there's been a lot of good talk in the new album's official thread if you wanna check it out. And on that note: I'll be posting my review of said album on April 11th.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" has set the record for the longest running #1 song on Billboard's "R&B/Hip-Hop" chart at 12 weeks. The previous record was held by DJ Khaled's "I'm On One," which stayed at #1 for 11 weeks back in 2011.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" picks up a 12th week atop Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, setting the mark for the longest-running No. 1 rap song in the chart's history. DJ Khaled's "I'm On One," featuring Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne, previously held the record with 11 weeks in 2011 and is the only other rap song to post double-digit weeks at the top.
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Dikembe just released a video of them playing a demo of an untitled song that will be on their new record. The video is super cool: You can drag your mouse to spin around the room to watch the band play the song as if you were standing in the middle of the room. The band is tracking their sophomore LP now.
Hailing from the Keystone State, Carousel Kings have been a part of the pop-punk scene for a few years now and are poised to be one of the up-and-comers in the genre. Today we're premiering the band's video for "Road Warrior" which you can view in the replies.
Our good friend MOD SUN recently performed his new single "My Hippy" for Producer Sam Pura (The Story So Far, Forever Came Calling), as part of his "Waiting Room" studio performance series. You can exclusively check it out over at AltPress.
Justin Timberlake once again was at the top of the charts last week selling another 317,000 copies of his new album. That brings the total to about 1.2 million copies. Lil Wayne debuted at number two with 217,000 copies of his latest and Blake Shelton came in at number three with close to 200,000 copies sold. More notable album sales are included below. Overall album sales in this past chart week totaled 6.52 million units, up 7% compared with the sum last week and up 6% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012. Year to date album sales stand at 74.02 million, down 5% compared to the same total at this point last year.
In a recent PropertyOfZackinterview; Brian Weatherbox mentioned that the band's new album has been recorded and now they are working on finishing it and mastering it, as well as looking for labels.
We have a new record that we recorded. After trying to mix it ourselves with friendís help, we realized we were in over our heads. Now weíre slowly getting to the point where we have some money and want to mix it. Itís been a really long, drawn out process. We were mixing it for six months before we decided to go with the guy who did our last shit. We were starting to think that somehow we fucked it all up, like maybe we had recorded it wrong. Finally, after at least six months of mixing,...
PV:Everyone keeps jabbering on about a Smiths reunion. But wouldnít a Smiths reunion be a pretty pathetic affair?
JM: Ha! Iíll give Ďem your number! Every day I get asked that question, and you can just have a special Batphone and answer the question for me!