SideOneDummy has started a "Storytellers" series and the most recent episode features Greg Behrendt (writer of He's Just Not That Into You) talking about his dying love for Van Halen. You can watch it in the replies.
The word "Nameless" tries to suggest the idea of a lack of identity. We think that this feeling could be recognized and shared by lot of people, beyond the different personalities, because it focuses on something intimate and unconscious, hard to admit but often true.
For the Fallen Dreams will release Heavy Hearts on April 8 via Rise Records. The effort marks the return of original vocalist Chad Ruhlig. Check out the lead track "Emerald Blue" in the replies, along with artwork and tour dates.
01. Emerald Blue
04. Dream Eater
09. Unfinished Business
10. Smelling Salt
02. Our Endless War
03. The Saw Is the Law
05. Let Me Burn
06. Worship the Digital Age
07. How Times Have Changed
09. Blacked Out
10. Diggs Road
11. A Process so Familiar (Bonus Track)
12. Fall of the Hypocrites (Bonus Track)
PropertyOfZack has launched its second annual March Sadness event. The first round consists of voting for 4 out of 5 bands that represent four categories of emo - the categories are separated into 1990s, 2000s, "reunion" and "revival," because of course they are. Discuss your votes in the replies.
St. Vincent stopped by The Colbert Report to perform her new single, "Digital Witness." She also stuck around after the show to perform "Birth in Reverse" as well. Both songs are off her new self-titled album, which hit stores yesterday. Oh, and her interview with Stephen Colbert was charming, per usual.