Gym Class Heroes have been rocking Warped Tour in 2011, and with good reason! The hip-hop/punk fusion band is set to release The Papercut Chronicles II sometime in the near future (but don’t take
Oh, Cobra Starship. How far you’ve come.
For better or for worse (I will withhold my judgment on that for now) the band has grown from their “80’s throwback band cheerleaded by an astral cobra from
It was a year ago, while they were on the Vans Warped Tour, that The Cab promised fans a new album. But, despite the excitement, Symphony Soldiers never materialized.
So, maybe it’s
At last night’s Panic! at the Disco concert, fans were treated to a live spectacle. But part of that spectacle was not part of Panic!’s normal planned live show.
After singing “Always” from their new album
So, remember LAST YEAR when we were supposed to get a new album from The Cab? And how that didn’t happen?
So now fans are wondering when Alex, Alex and Alex will be
Long-time fans of Cobra Starship will remember that, originally, the story behind the founding of the band had a…um…spiritual angle to it. If you could call it that. In the beginning, the story of Gabe
So, Panic! at the Disco won’t be officially releasing their new album Vices and Virtues until next Tuesday, but there’s plenty to be excited about RIGHT NOW.
Don’t believe me? Well, how about the fact that
Short film featuring the music of Panic! at the Disco from their upcoming album Vices and Virtues. Starring Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith, directed by Shane Drake. What do you guys think?
So, with their new album set to release IN A MATTER OF WEEKS and following up on the awesome that is their video for “The Ballad of Mona Lisa,” Panic! at the Disco has
Brendon and Spencer talk about the making of their new album Vices and Virtues, what their younger selves would think of where they are now and more! …am I the only one who REALLY wants to fix that bit of Brendon’s hair that is sticking up? It’s bugging me.
Okay, okay, I KNOW. We’re kind of overloading you on Panic! news right now, but with the album releasing in March and “The Ballad of Mona Lisa” playing on repeat, we’re a little bit excited.
March lurches ever closer, tempting us with a list of anticipated releases. And the artists releasing albums ALSO tempt, tease and tickle us with news and information about albums we won’t hear for over a
So, if you’re like me, you are holding your breath with excitement over the upcoming new Panic! at the Disco album.
We should really stop that, though. Humans need to breath. Breathing is good for us.
Last night, Travie McCoy took to the stage on The Tonight Show with Screw You I’m Still Team Coco...er, Jay Leno to perform his song “Need You.”
And he was joined with a
via the Black Cards Facebook page.
Pete Wentz will be having a sesh with Billboard this Thursday (7/15) live at 4pm EST. Fans will have the opportunity to tweet a question to Billboard (@Billboarddotcom) using hashtage #bblivechat for a chance to