Every year I try to convince Midtown. In my perfect world this yearís headliners would have been Fall Out Boy and Midtown. Iím going to get them Ė I think it will be next year or 2015. Every year I go after them first and then Jay-Z, and as soon as they say no I know that itís a normal year. Midtown know when the right time will be. It has to be a mutual thing.
Itís going to be a 12 song album. If I could describe this record in one word, Iíd say we made a ďrockĒ album. Its right back to what everyone loves from the Underdog Alma Mater days and thatís a really big deal for our band. Weíre planning to release the album the last week of June, weíre pushing for a June 24th release date.
"Itís kind of funny releasing a single when you have 11 songs on an album because everyone is trying to make guesses on what the album is going to be like. That song is cool, but I think the album is so packed, in my opinion thereís at least five other songs that top that one. I think we could have released any song off the album and it couldnít have gone wrong, itís such a seamless album. Weíre kind of branching out from the simplicity of the last album a bit. The sound, the quality, and what we put into it is just very crisp and on point. I think we...
Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew have gotten back together to reunite the beloved Loveline team from back in the day. The new podcast is called The Adam & Drew Show and you can listen to the first episode in the replies. Nothing has been said as to if they will follow the ways of the past having bands on frequently, but I figured some people would be interested.
On tonightís episode of The Gunz Show, our friend Gunz talked with Mike Hansen of Pentimento about how the band was forced to release their new record for free after issues arose with former label Panic Records.
The Internet Radio Fairness Act is a proposed bill that would cut royalties for musicians made from internet radio sites like Pandora or Spotify by "85%," according to sources. This is an interesting, developing, story ... and one to keep an eye on.
Check out an interview with Henry Rollins on X106.7 in Columbus, Ohio. The interview goes over a wide variety of things: messing with TMZ photographers, how he didn't fall into the rock and roll lifestyle of the 80s and 90s, the new Capitalism tour, and his Nat Geo specials.
Black Keys are leading the charts, Gotye continues to dominate, fun. is still in the top 10 with "We Are Young" while "Some Nights" hits its peak at 13. The Gaslight Anthem continue their climb and land on 26. You can check out the full charts in the replies.