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My TV Realization


We’ve all been there.  Be it a Saturday night like I’m doing right now as I drink a Miller Lite because it’s the only freaking beer that my sister has as I’m back home for Mother’s Day Weekend…  sorry, got a little carried away there.  Any way, yes, be it a Saturday night… or perhaps a snow day.  We don’t really get snow days anymore now that we’re older, but just shut up and imagine if you did get a snow day, or say like a weekend afternoon. We’re home.  We put on the television for those that aren’t “Too… Read more »

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Have Mercy and Daisyhead announce Split EP


Have Mercy and Daisyhead have teamed up  to release a four song split EP via No Sleep Records on February 25th. Each band has released a song off the Split over at Purevolume, and you can hear those tracks below. On coming together for the split, the bands stated: “Before this split, to me, Have Mercy was just a band that helped me destroy my apartment at a party we threw on July 4th of 2013,” says Daisyhead’s Michael Roe. “When Chris mentioned us doing a split with them, I couldn’t help but laugh. This will be a good way… Read more »

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Ween Delays New Album In Favor Of The Road


Cult rock duo Ween will put off the recording of its next studio album in favor of a summer North American tour. Dates begin Friday (April 19) in Asheville, N.C., and are booked through a June 23 appearance at the Bonnaroo Festival in Manchester, Tenn. Ween will also drop in May 25 at the Mountain Aire Festival in Calaveras County, Calif. “We plan on hitting many cities where we haven’t played in a few years – places like Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, New York, etc.,” group member Mickey “Dean Ween” Melchiondo writes on Ween’s official Web site. “Our plan is to… Read more »

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The Maine & Mayday Parade To Headline Inaugural Pop Punk Summer Camp


There are so many pop punk festivals to look forward to in 2024. Of course, this summer, you can catch Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, and more artists on the idobi Radio Summer School Tour. Also, Sad Summer Fest is a must-see event. Plus, the most impressive When We Were Young Festival lineup is heading to Las Vegas in October. Now, there’s a new fest to add to your list: Pop Punk Summer Camp. Earlier today, the festival announced the inaugural edition of Pop Punk Summer Camp, which will take place at the Pepsi Amphitheater located in Flagstaff, Arizona on July 14.… Read more »

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Green Day Shares Final Single “One Eyed Bastard” Ahead Of ‘Saviors’ Release


Ahead of the forthcoming release of their 14th LP Saviors, Green Day is sharing one final single today entitled “One Eyed Bastard.” The track is preceded by releases “The American Dream Is Killing Me,” “Look Ma, No Brains!,” and “Dilemma.” Animated by Rob Fidel, the accompanying new visuals perfectly pair with the pure punk riffs, certifiably catchy choruses, and urgent, revenge-centric lyrics. Plus, now that Mickey Mouse is in the public domain, he also made an appearance. Check out the visuals and “One Eyed Bastard” song below. “’One Eyed Bastard’ started off as just a riff that I had —… Read more »

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Green Day Unveils Deeply Personal New Single/Video, “Dilemma”


Green Day has never been the type to hold back—and they’re certainly not starting now with the release of their deeply personal new single and accompanying video for “Dilemma.” The new release marks the third preview of the trio’s forthcoming 14th studio album, Saviors, set to arrive on January 19, 2024. The unfiltered track opens with gentle guitar strums, setting the stage for frontman Billie Joe Armstrong‘s croons, “Welcome to my problems/It’s not an invitation/This is my dilemma/And it’s my obsession.” The song then explodes with full force, unleashing a powerhouse of electric guitar riffs and thunderous drums, amplifying Armstrong’s… Read more »

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Green Day Officially Announce 2024 Saviors Tour, Release New Single


Following their monumental shows in Las Vegas, NV, earlier this month, which included an intimate show at the Fremont Country Club and back-to-back headline performances at When We Were Young Fest, Green Day has officially announced their upcoming 2024 global stadium tour.  “We’ve never been more excited to unleash new music than with Saviors, a record that’s meant to be rocked live, together,” the band shares of their forthcoming tour. “So let’s thrash. We’ve got some amazing friends who are coming along for the ride!” Originally announced at their Fremont Country Club show in Vegas, the tour will kick off… Read more »

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