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Chicago and REO Speedwagon Announce Co-Headlining Summer Tour

Chicago and REO Speedwagon are joining forces this summer for a co-headlining tour of North America. The two veteran bands will hit 30 cities, beginning in Concord, Calif., on June 13. Chicago will perform their second LP, Chicago II, in its entirety for the first time ever on this tour. They will also play a set of

The Sword announce new album, Used Future, reveal lead single, “Deadly Nightshade”: Stream

Photo by ​Dean Dickinson The Sword have announced their return with a new album dubbed Used Future. Due out March 23rd, the 13-track effort follows 2015’s High Country. The stoner metal outfit recorded Used Future in Portland, Oregon alongside producer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, First Aid Kit). As a sample of what they worked up in the studio, the

Ratatat offshoot KUNZITE announce debut album, BIRDS DON’T FLY, share the Origins and video for new song “VAPORS”: Watch

Origins is a recurring new music feature in which an artist charts the influence of their latest single. Mike Stroud of Ratatat and White Flight’s Agustin White have combined their talents to form a new band called KUNZITE. The two-piece is grounded in some of the similar electronic rock aesthetics as Ratatat, but with a decidedly

Arctic Monkeys announce preliminary 2018 tour dates

Photo by Joshua Mellin With a new album expected in the not too distant future, Arctic Monkeys are beginning to fill up their summer calendar with a number of live performances. With the exception of an appearance at Delaware’s Firefly Music Festival, all the confirmed dates come in the form of European festival appearances. They’re set

American Nightmare announce new album, share thrashing single, “The World Is Blue”: Stream

Photo by Amy Lee American Nightmare have announced a new album, the long-awaited follow-up to 2003’s We’re Down Til We’re Underground. The self-titled release is due out February 16th through Rise Records. The hardcore outfit’s third overall but first since disbanding in 2004 spans nine tracks, including titles like “Flowers Under Siege”, “Gloom Forever”, and “Colder

The Shins announce The Worm’s Heart, a “flipped” version of their latest album, Heartworms

The Shins released their latest album, Heartworms, back in March of this year. A few days later, James Mercer’s outfit unveiled an alternate take of the single “Name For You”, something they did again with “Cherry Hearts” in October. Now, the indie pop band have announced a full-length “flipped” version of Heartworms they’re calling The Worm’s Heart.