What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Seaway, beabadoobee, Demi Lovato, and more.
Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week highlights the importance of Anti-Flag.
We know it’s not even Halloween yet, but it’s never too early for Christmas carols, right?
Motion City Soundtrack will release their fifth album Go on June 12, 2012. The album will be their fourth on Epitaph Records after a brief major label stint.
Reaching a 30th anniversary has been a “weird” experience for Bad Religion bassist Jay Bentley.
“Lost” may have just ended its six-season run, but one of the TV show’s stars is now immortalized on the new album by rock band Weezer.
For their seventh album, This Addiction (due Feb. 23), the members of Alkaline Trio decided to make big changes, starting with the way their music was released.
Punk band Rancid will release its first album in six years on June 2, two days before it begins a North American tour with Rise Against in Vancouver, B.C. “Let the Dominoes Fall” (Hellcat/Epitaph), the band’s seventh album, was recorded at George Lucas‘ Skywalker Sound Studio in San Francisco, with production by Epitaph founder and Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. Stax organ legend Booker T. Jones plays Hammond B3 on the track “Up To No Good.” Rancid’s last album, 2003’s “Indestructible,” reached No. 15 on the Billboard 200. That album marked the band’s first and last for Warner Bros., though… Read more »