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Matt Skiba Shares His Least Favorite Alkaline Trio Album And Why

To say we’re excited about the highly-anticipated Alkaline Trio album, Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs, the group’s first full-length since 2018’s Is This Thing Cursed?, would be a massive understatement. As of publishing, we are approximately 22 days (depending on where you’re located in the world) out until their tenth studio album officially drops via Rise Records on January 26. The album has already given fans a taste of its brilliance and what to expect from the full collection through the titular track and their latest emotionally charged anthem, “Bad Time.”  While we’re eagerly awaiting the arrival of their new collection,… Read more »


Alkaline Trio's Matt Skiba: 'Satanism's Fun'

Matt Skiba, lead singer and guitarist for Chicago punk purists Alkaline Trio, feels that there are a lot of misconceptions out there regarding Satanism, and, as a longtime member of Anton LaVey’s Church of Satan, can tell you that it’s not all fire, brimstone and threats of eternal damnation. Really, the faith’s simply about theatrics, how to comport yourself when you’re out and about (for instance, one of the church’s Ten Commandment-like mandates forbids followers from bothering others in open territory, but “if someone bothers you, ask him to stop – if he does not stop, destroy him”) and maintaining… Read more »


100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024—Pt. 9 

With only two weeks left of our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To In 2024, we’re pulling all of the stops and bringing you the best of the best music we’re excited about this year.  In this week’s installment of the 100 Rising Artists, we’re exploring the classic pop-punk formula with Go For Gold, crushing metal acts such as Half Me, bubblegum goodies in the form of Jesse Detor and Best Ex, Mannequin Death Squad’s true-to-form punk, and more. Perhaps you’ve already discovered your next favorite musical obsession in our 100 Rising Artists You Need To Listen To… Read more »


Alkaline Trio Drops “Break” Music Video Alongside ‘Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs’

Alkaline Trio finally released their highly-anticipated tenth studio album, Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs today via Rise Records. Featuring singles, “Versions Of You,” “Bad Time,” and the LP’s title track, the record highlights the punk ensemble’s return from a six-year break. Plus, this new era welcomes Atom Willard into the fold. On top of releasing the 11-track record, Alkaline Trio have also shared a new black and white, marionette-themed video for “Break.” “When we break down/When we fall apart/You’ll be there smiling ear to ear and splashing around in my blood/Screaming goddamnit, I cannot get enough,” Matt Skiba earnestly sings in… Read more »


Alkaline Trio Shares Dan Andriano-Led Single, “Versions Of You”

Alkaline Trio’s tenth studio album, Blood, Hair, And Eyeballs, will be here before we know it—and yes, it is one of our Most Anticipated Albums of 2024! But to hold us over until its arrival on January 26 via Rise Records, the group has launched their final single, “Versions Of You.”  The latest track, serving as the third glimpse into the trio’s forthcoming album, takes a distinctive turn from the earlier album releases. In a departure from co-vocalist/guitarist Matt Skiba‘s usual role, co-vocalist and bassist Dan Andriano takes the lead, infusing the catchy track with a distinctive freshness. “Versions Of… Read more »


idobi Presents: Most Anticipated Album Releases Of 2024 PT. 2

We’re back to bring you Part 2 of our Most Anticipated Album Releases Of 2024! In typical fashion here at idobi Radio, we admire far too many artists and far too much music to seemingly ever be able to fit things into one list. A good problem to have, eh? Our first installment held records like Green Day‘s upcoming Saviors album, Neck Deep‘s upcoming self-titled album, Ghost Atlas‘ Dust Of The Human Shape, and many more. If you missed it, make sure to check it out here. As we get excited and gear up for new music in 2024, we… Read more »


idobi Presents: Most Anticipated Album Releases Of 2024 PT. 1

With 2024 swiftly underway, a wave of eagerly-awaited new singles, albums, and more are poised to make their way into the heavy rotation of our go-to playlists sooner than we realize. Unlike the previous year when Fireworks dropped their new collection, Higher Lonely Power—their first full-length since 2014’s Oh, Common Life—on New Year’s Day, we’ve had a moment to decompress from the holiday madness before diving headfirst into the new release calendar marked by the turn of the new year. Ranging from long-awaited releases such as Neck Deep’s self-titled album and Ghost Atlas’ first new collection since 2017, to debut… Read more »


9 Reunion Releases That We Can’t Get Enough Of

If you’re a sucker for a bit of nostalgia, you know that the rush you get from an old favorite announcing their big return is a feeling like no other. Whether it’s the promise of new singles, forthcoming tour dates, or even a full album, a reunion is worth celebrating. Frankly, Rage Against The Machine going on a reunion tour from 2007-2011 and briefly in 2022 is definitely the type of thing you pop your best bottle of Champagne and punch a nazi for, right? Speaking of reunion tours, You may just need to secure your tickets to The Dillinger… Read more »

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