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blink-182 Reveal ‘ONE MORE TIME…’ Album Artwork

As if we weren’t buzzing with enough excitement this week over blink-182’s forthcoming studio album, ONE MORE TIME…, dropping this Friday, October 20, and the group’s back-to-back headlining performances at this weekend’s When We Were Young Fest in Las Vegas, NV, the trio have finally unveiled the album artwork for the aforementioned LP. Simple, elegant, and very, very blink-182, the black-and-white cover artwork represents the maturity the trio is bringing to this album. Captioned on social media with, “THIS IS OUR ALBUM COVER,” the group calls back to all of the promotional materials leading up to the album release that… Read more »


The Used set to release 'Artwork'

The Used is proud to announce that its fourth album, Artwork, will be released on Sept. 1. Produced by Matt Squire, Artwork is a raw collection of 11 songs that not so delicately teeter between aggressively discordant and charmingly hooky. The first single, “Blood On My Hands,” premiered June 30; it sold over 5,000 copies in the first day and shot to No. 9 on the iTunes Alternative Chart. “‘Blood on my Hands’ sums up everything about The Used,” guitarist Quinn Allmann said. The single is confined chaos, brutally thrashing one moment and proffering a pop-driven, sing-along chorus the next.… Read more »


Michael Jackson 'Invincible' Artwork Revealed

The artwork for Michael Jackson’s much-anticipated Invincible album will feature a close-up black & white photo the singer’s left eye and raised eyebrow. The album, due out October 30, will be Jackson’s first full studio release in eight years. The album’s first single “You Rock My World” shipped to radio stations on Friday (August 24), ahead of schedule. Sony Music and Epic Records moved the song’s delivery date forward after two radio stations in New York City “leaked” it early. If you haven’t yet heard the track, you can download a copy at michaeljackson.com. In other Jackson news, the “King… Read more »


Ghost Atlas Releases New Single “Lesser God,” Announces Album

Last week, Jesse Cash, the mastermind behind Ghost Atlas, celebrated the six year anniversary of his 2017 full-length album, All Is In Sync, And There’s Nothing Left To Sing About. Amidst celebrations of the release, Cash shared on Instagram, “I haven’t released a full-length album as Ghost Atlas since, which is nuts. But, I wrote and recorded a new one, and it’s about time to hand it over to you.” He continued, “So much has changed about myself and my approach to songwriting since making this, and it’s been fun to listen back today and reflect on that. After all… Read more »

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