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Germany Hosting a Concert as a Corona Experiment

What would you be willing to risk for some live music? Scientists in Germany will be holding an indoor concert next month as a giant COVID-19 experiment. On August 22nd, 4,000 concert goers will head to a concert hall in Leipzig to watch pop artist Tim Bendzko. The volunteers, aged between 18 and 50, will be asked to wear a chain around their neck with a “contact” tracer that sends out a signal to detect movement and the amount of people they come in contact with. They’ll also be given hand-sanitizer that will be traceable through UV lights after the… Read more »


Ozzy's Ratings Low In Germany As P.O.D., Lenny Kravitz Thrill Festival – Review

You know you’re a long way from home when Groove Armada and Faithless play for wilder crowds than the godfather of heavy metal. “I can’t f-ing hear you!” is Ozzy Osbourne’s standard concert rallying cry, but it took on a new urgency Friday night at the kickoff of the three-day Rock Im Park festival in Nuremberg. As the 53-year-old showman peered out at the half-full Frankenstadion, his famous baffled expression – mouth agape, black-lined eyes open wide, arms extended as though desperately soliciting a hug – looked a bit more confounded than usual. Of course the metal madman delivered, leading… Read more »


Green Day Stuns At CFL Championship Grey Cup Halftime Show

This weekend, Green Day played the greatest halftime show of the year, and no, it wasn’t at an American football game. The “Basket Case” artists headed to Hamilton, Ontario to play during the Canadian Football League (CFL) championship game, otherwise known as the Grey Cup. As the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Montreal Alouettes took a quick break from the game, Green Day took to the stage to play hits new and old for the football fans. They kicked off their four-song set with new single “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” followed by “Basket Case,” “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams,” and… Read more »


New Years Day Share “Secrets” And Forthcoming Album ‘Half Black Heart’

After the gripping release of their fierce single “Vampyre” earlier this year, it’s no secret that New Years Day is priming themselves for an explosive 2024. The dynamic five-piece, fronted by the commanding Ash Costello, continues their momentum by unveiling their latest single, “Secrets.” Accompanying this exciting news is the announcement of their highly anticipated fifth album, Half Black Heart, slated for release on March 1, 2024. Of the group’s forthcoming release, Costello shares, “One of the reasons why Half Black Heart is so special is because we were able to reunite with our original lineup.” “Secrets” emerges as a… Read more »


The National Shares Animated “Laugh Track” Video With Phoebe Bridgers

It’s a happy day for sad music lovers, as The National‘s “Laugh Track” featuring Phoebe Bridgers got a brand-new music video. This track serves as the third collaboration with boygenius‘ own Bridgers behind “This Isn’t Helping” and “Your Mind Is Not Your Friend.” The National tapped the artists behind Bob’s Burgers to bring “Laugh Track” to life with a unique animation style via 3D animator Adam Phillips and director Bernard Derriman. Unlike the colorful Bob’s Burgers scenes, this music video has gray, muted tones, matching the relaxed, melancholic vibes of both musical acts. “So turn on the laugh track/Everyone knows… Read more »


Softcult Will “Haunt You Still” On New Shoegaze Track

Your favorite mall goth, twin sibling duo Softcult is back with an ethereal new track “Haunt You Still” with a music video to pair. The song follows up their March release, the see you in the dark EP, which features “Someone2Me,” “Dress” and more tracks infused with classic industrial rock, grunge sonics and thoughtful, poignant, social justice lyrics. Check out Softcult‘s “Haunt You Still” below featuring a delicious dose of shoegaze sounds and reflective lyrics. “Haunt You Still” serves as a unique vision of the past, one where duo Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn take accountability. “Maybe it’s a defense mechanism,… Read more »


Waterparks Drop Green Screen Version Of “SNEAKING OUT OF HEAVEN”

Shortly after unveiling the official music video for “SNEAKING OUT OF HEAVEN,” Waterparks has treated fans to the green screen version, offering a delightful twist to the new track. While maintaining the familiar shot-for-shot visuals from the original video, this just-released rendition reveals a ton of endearing behind-the-scenes moments that showcase the trio’s camaraderie. One particularly heartwarming moment captured in the green screen version unfolds at the 54-second mark. Here, Awsten Knight playfully winds the mic and its cord around Otto Wood‘s drum kit, seamlessly handing off the mic to him. In a touching display, Wood lifts his feet atop… Read more »


AFI, KennyHoopla, Poppy To Join Thirty Seconds To Mars On Tour

After an exciting surprise performance of “The Kill (Bury Me)” with rising alt artist KennyHoopla at When We Were Young Fest in October, Thirty Seconds To Mars has announced the Seasons World Tour 2024. Kenny will be joining the tour’s North American run as support alongside veteran punk-rockers AFI and Poppy. During Thirty Seconds To Mars’ second performance at WWWY Fest, KennyHoopla jumped on stage with the group for a breathtaking rendition of the band’s hit track “The Kill (Bury Me).” While fans certainly anticipated the band to bring “The Kill” to the festival stage, no one was ready for… Read more »


Spiritbox Unleashes Dark Visual For “Too Close / Too Late”

Coming off the inevitable high of their eagerly-awaited new collection, The Fear Of Fear, which saw its official release courtesy of Rise Records/Pale Chord on November 2, Spiritbox has extended their creative expression through a series of arrestingly cinematic music videos to coincide with the release. In honor of their latest release, The Fear Of Fear, Spiritbox began with the release of “Ultraviolet” on November 2, swiftly followed by “Angel Eyes” on November 3. And just this past weekend, on November 4, fans were gifted with the awe-inspiring video for “Too Close / Too Late.” Read more: Here’s What All-American… Read more »

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