Believe it or not, Paramore‘s self-titled album celebrated its 10th anniversary in April of this year. What better way to celebrate an entire decade of “Ain’t It Fun” and “Still Into You” than getting the record on vinyl? Today, the band reissued 2013’s Paramore with a double vinyl. The orange and pink variant is currently available for pre-order for $36.98. Orders will be officially released on January 5, 2024. Consider this an early Christmas gift to yourself or a way to celebrate the new year with your favorite fellow Paramore fan. Of course, it’s so worth it to be able… Read more »
Neck Deep have announced the details of their new Self-Titled album, a pure embodiment of everything that makes them tick.
Plain White T’s have announced their new Self-Titled album, encapsulating everything that has defined them over the last 25 years.
Intricately woven and deeply personal, the self-titled release from Sundressed offers an intimate glimpse into the inner workings of frontman Trevor Hedges‘ creative psyche. This artistic endeavor was first set into motion back in 2012 when Hedges embarked on a musical journey under the moniker Sundressed as a means to navigate his own journey of sobriety. Yet, as the sands of time have shifted, so too has the project’s purpose, morphing into a resonant platform that seeks to address critical matters, particularly within the realm of mental health, all while fostering a profound sense of community among its listeners. The… Read more »
Sunami have surprise-released their long-awaited debut album, and it’s a near-perfect example of hard-hitting and beautifully heavy hardcore.
Following the release of their re-imagined “Blood Runs Cold” earlier this year, post-hardcore group Rain City Drive (known formerly as SLAVES) has issued the second preview of their deluxe self-titled album in the form of “Cutting It Close (Reimagined).” The group’s deluxe album will arrive via Thriller Records on June 23. From rock anthem to slow-burn R&B, the reimagined version of “Cutting It Close” demonstrates Rain City Drive‘s ability to push boundaries and experiment with their sound. With a blend of electronic elements, rich harmonies, intricate instrumentation, and elements of R&B, the track creates an immersive sonic experience that captivates… Read more »
The Maine are a band that prove again and again that they stand the test of time. Ever-changing, growing, and expanding, they never stop finding ways to connect with their community in the most earnest way. Today the group have announced the release of their ninth studio album, Self-Titled, dropping on 8.1.23. Long-time fans of the band know the significance of this date and can appreciate the brilliantly clever ode the beautiful space The Maine has created over the years. The 8123 is the collective the band created nearly a decade ago. It now stands as the name of the… Read more »
Arizona-based modern punk rock icons, Sundressed have shared a wonderful announcement today. Their newest effort, a self-titled album, Sundressed will drop August 11th via Rude Records. In celebration of this news, the group has shared a brand new single “There With Me“. The song shines with classic Sundressed emotion and drive. Existential crisis, self-reflection, and narratives interlaced with love and partnership ooze in the lyricism, paired with a groovy, 90’s rock inspired instrumentation, making for a catchy and relatable tune. “There with me is one of the first successful love songs I’ve ever written, which makes sense since I got… Read more »
10 years ago, Paramore unleashed their self-titled, fourth studio album into the world. Featuring standout singles “Ain’t It Fun” and “Still Into You” amongst the 17-track collection, the self-titled album acted as a reintroduction of the group after the departure of guitarist Josh Farro and drummer Zac Farro. While the group previously leaned heavily into pop-punk and emo sounds, their self-titled release injected the tracks with more experimental vibes and dabbled in new wave and funk compositions. Now, to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the album, vocalist Hayley Williams has shared some insight into the album that was destined to… Read more »
What do you get when two artists stumble upon a new idea at Tone House Studios in NY and end up writing, producing, and playing every single instrument? Inbox Jukebox Presents has the answer for you. You get pure soulfulness. And that’s a Violent Joy.