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Live From The APMAS – Ice-T

One of the pioneers of crossover artists, Ice T, stops to talk about his current trek on the Rockstar Mayhem Festival, and being asked to attend the inaugural Gibson Brands Alternative Press Music Awards – fueled by Monster Energy.


Andrew McMahon Loosens His “Death Grip” On New Something Corporate Song

Ahead of the massive Out Of Office Tour—beginning today, June 20—singer/songwriter Andrew McMahon is back with his first new track of 2024, “Death Grip” via Big Loud Rock. This collab of his two projects Something Corporate and Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness is an optimistic, breezy summer pop anthem every workaholic and/or control-lover needs to hear. McMahon says of the new track, “I honestly didn’t expect to be releasing new music this year. I’ve lived on the write, record, release, tour hamster wheel for a long time and decided after the last album I would do things differently. Giving myself… Read more »


Body Count Drops “Psychopath,” First Single Since 2020

Marking their first new music since their 2020 Grammy-winning single “Bum-Rush,” Body Count has unleashed the bone-crushing “Psychopath” featuring Fit for An Autopsy vocalist Joe Bad. The track also acts as the first preview of the group’s forthcoming full-length album, Merciless. Equipped with a rapid-fire lyric video showcasing a red-string crime board, Ice-T and co. spews a series of vicious lyrics, including “Last night/They found three slain/I torture and kill and murder at will” across punishing instrumentation. Meanwhile, as FFAA leader joins the onslaught, he adds in a subtle but apt namedrop for his main project, growling, “Just another motherfucker/Fit… Read more »


Games We Play Exclaims ‘Life’s Going Great’ On Debut Album

It has been quite a few years of ups and downs for Games We Play. His debut record, Life’s Going Great, released via Fueled By Ramen/DCD2 Records, focuses on what we lose when we follow our dreams. Shining the spotlight on insecurity, burn-out, and a broken marriage, Emmyn Calleiro, the mastermind behind the project, writes about the side of success that is rarely discussed but often felt immensely. His lyrics are unapologetically honest, cutting straight to the substance of everything that has happened in the last 12 months. But rather than wallowing, Games We Play turns his pain into self-deprecating… Read more »


Top 50 Songs In Rotation On idobi Radio In 2023

There’s no denying that 2023 has been an absolutely monumental year for music! And it’s been an equally colossal year at idobi Radio. From idobi’s electrifying SonicTap event, “Best Night Of My Life,” in collaboration with American Authors, to our extensive weekend-long coverage of When We Were Young Fest—complete with real-time web updates during the festival and exclusive interviews with your favorite artists and bands—2023 has been one for the books. As we draw the curtain on this extraordinary year, we’re taking a look back at the top 50 songs in rotation on idobi Radio in 2023. From fan favorites… Read more »


Brian Swindle Reflects On Have Mercy & The Band’s Growth On ‘NUMB’

Have Mercy may have released a self-titled EP last year, but with the release of their Rude Records debut full-length album, NUMB, the trio is officially back. In 2019, the announcement of Have Mercy‘s farewell tour initially felt like the closing chapter of an era—a victorious lap coming to a poignant conclusion. This emotional goodbye was only worsened and cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic. These unforeseen setbacks added an extra layer of emotion to what was already a deeply sentimental farewell, leaving fans grappling with uncertainty about the band’s future and the possibility of bidding them a proper goodbye.… Read more »


You Can Now Serve Pizza With A Papa Roach Pizza Cutter

If you’re planning on shopping for home goods and kitchen items at your nearest Target, Home Goods, or World Market, think again. Papa Roach just entered the world of kitchen creations, and admittedly, it’s funny as hell. Yes, it’s true! You don’t have to go to Crate & Barrel to find kitchen and food staples thanks to the band’s “Broken HomeGoods.” Fingers crossed they allow wedding registries. The new collection comes with four pieces for pizza lovers and coffee connoisseurs. If you’re a true-to-form nu-metalhead and a chef, you might need your own Papa’s Kitchen apron ($29.99), which also reads… Read more »


The Murder of Tyre Nichols

Too often in America we have disgusting and deplorable news slap us in the face. The only reason we can even wrap our heads around it being true is that we tend to have the video evidence to back it up. Tyre Nichols was brutally murdered this weekend in another case of a police force abusing their power. Five police officers pulled the 29-year-old out of his car after pulling him over for alleged “reckless driving.” As shown in the video, they then proceeded to beat him and shout profanities at him. It didn’t take long for Nichols to begin… Read more »


News Flashes 12.13.22: Death Cab & The Postal Service’s Tour, Waterparks Hit the Road, and Love Again’s Remake

Today we talk about Death Cab for Cutie going on tour with The Postal Service, Waterparks going on tour, and a fun music video from Love Again. — Death Cab and The Postal Service Go On Tour Tomorrow you’ll have the chance to snag tickets to Death Cab for Cutie and The Postal Service‘s co-headlining tour. Not only do they share a frontman in Ben Gibbard, but both bands are celebrating milestones. Death Cab’s Transatlanticism and The Postal Service’s Give Up are hitting their 20-year anniversaries next year. What better way to celebrate than to hit the road? They revealed… Read more »

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