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Deryck Whibley Of Sum 41 Announces ‘Heaven And Hell’ Memoir

Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has announced that he’ll be releasing a memoir. Aptly titled Walking Disaster: My Life Through Heaven And Hell, after different songs from the pop-punker’s popular act, the book will be released on Oct. 8 via Gallery Books. Fans can pre-order a copy of the book here. Whibley posted the announcement on his Instagram, saying he is “extremely honored and excited” about this opportunity. This comes after the Canadian act’s statement that they will disband later this year. The novel includes Whibley’s reflection on his trials and tribulations and a backstage look at how Sum 41… Read more »


Singer Aaliyah's Body Flown To United States

The body of the late pop and soul singer Aaliyah was flown back to the United States Tuesday as safety experts examined the plane that crashed in the Bahamas, killing her and eight others. A private jet carrying the body of the 22-year-old singer and movie actress landed at Newark International Airport in New Jersey, and a hearse carried the casket away to an unknown location, according to sources. Several hours earlier, heartbroken fans gathered outside a Nassau funeral home to watch as a black hearse drove away with Aaliyah’s body. At Nassau International Airport, police stood guard while her… Read more »


Super American Announces Tour With Sydney Sprague & Summerbruise

In anticipation of their forthcoming full-length album Gangster Of Love, which will arrive on May 31 via Wax Bodega, Super American has announced a North American fall headline tour. The tour, presented by Emo Nite Brooklyn, is scheduled to kick off on August 1 in Toronto, ON, and run for 34 shows, with support from Sydney Sprague and Summerbruise. Sharing their excitement for the upcoming tour, the band writes in an Instagram caption, “we could not be more excited to take a lap around the track this aug/sept to celebrate Gangster of Love with our friends @sydneysprague + @summerbruise69 presented… Read more »


Anthony Green Covers Title Fight Track, “Numb, But I Still Feel It”

The emo cover of the century has just dropped. Anthony Green (Circa Survive, Saosin, The Sound of Animals Fighting, L.S. Dunes) covered Title Fight‘s “Numb, But I Still Feel It.” The track comes from Title Fight’s 2012 record Floral Green. In Green‘s cover, he softens the punk edges of the OG track with his iconic psychedelic rock sonics and glowing vocals. Additionally, Green shared accompanying visuals for his rendition made by his son, James. Prior to releasing his cover of “Numb, But I Still Feel It,” the vocalist released his solo record Doom. Spun. on June 26 featuring “3am,” “Megadeath”… Read more »


twenty one pilots Releases Action-Packed “Paladin Strait” Music Video

The wait is over for twenty one pilots fans. Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have finally revealed their theatrical, action-packed music video for “Paladin Strait” from their recently released record, Clancy. The ending of the video shows “Nico” strangling “Clancy.” The red-hooded figure says, “So few. So proud. So emotional. Hello, Clancy.” Some Reddit users and Instagram users believe there is more music on the way based on the music video’s sudden ending and brief flourish before fading to black. Check out the Hollywood production-level video below, directed by Jensen Noen, who is also known for working with Bring Me… Read more »


twenty one pilots Won’t “Backslide” On Their New Single

twenty one pilots aren’t going to “Backslide” on their new song. The duo has released the third single from their highly anticipated album, Clancy, which drops on May 24, through Fueled By Ramen. Drummer Josh Dun directs the accompanying music video, which features an obvious call back to one of their most popular eras. A mellow beat begins with the track, contrasting frontman Tyler Joseph‘s monotone, almost harsh rapping. The video starts with a shot of a corner store, where Joseph purchases hamburger buns, before hopping on his bike and riding down changing scenes from suburban streets to darkened backgrounds.… Read more »


The Funeral Portrait Taps The Used’s Bert McCracken On “You’re So Ugly When You Cry”

Coffin Crew the latest devotion ceremony is officially in session as The Funeral Portrait taps The Used’s frontman, Bert McCracken, on their brand-new release, “You’re So Ugly When You Cry.” The hymn is a sultry display of devotion that draws from the band and McCracken’s shared flair for the dramatics. Cue a signature maniacal laugh courtesy of McCracken.  Of the theme of “You’re So Ugly When You Cry,” frontman Lee Jennings explains, “It’s not about healing or the come-up later on, it’s about telling people ‘it sucks right now, I don’t like who I am when I’m like this, and… Read more »


Sum 41 Shares “Dopamine” Music Video, Drops ‘Heaven :x: Hell’

The most bittersweet day has finally arrived. Sum 41 officially dropped their final record, the double album entitled Heaven :x: Hell. Of course, the supercharged quintet has another music video, as well, for the track “Dopamine.” Lead vocalist and upcoming author Deryck Whibley shares, “I can’t believe after all this time, our new and FINAL album is ready to be heard. I really hope you enjoy it and I can’t wait to see you out on the road celebrate the final shows with us.” Out now via Rise Records, Sum 41‘s Heaven :x: Hell is the perfect bookend to a… Read more »


jxdn Announces When The Music Stops Headline Tour With LØLØ & GUNNAR

With the buzz around his latest hit, “WHAT THE HELL,” still in the air and the news of his forthcoming sophomore album, When The Music Stops, jxdn is ready to take the stage on a headlining tour across the States, UK, and Europe. In a post shared across social media, jxdn shares, “If you need to believe in something, my shows are for you. If you need to feel something, my shows are for you. If you need to let your anger and hatred out, my shows are for you. if you need to feel loved and accepted, my shows… Read more »

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