Posts Tagged ‘third’

Flyleaf Bassist Pat Seals Talks Upcoming Album ‘New Horizons’ + More

Flyleaf are gearing up to release their third studio album, ‘New Horizons.’ The Texas-based outfit first got together in 2000, and their sincere music has taken the rock world by storm since releasing their debut album in 2005. On the new disc, expect a well-rounded collection of hard-edged songs about rebirth and renewal. With the release of the single ‘New Horizons‘ and the full album set to arrive this fall, Loudwire

Miss May I Unveil Lyric Video for New Single ‘Ballad of a Broken Man’

Miss May I have premiered the lyric video for ‘Ballad of a Broken Man,’ the latest single off their third album ‘At Heart,’ which was released in June. A video for the song ‘Hey Mister” was also released earlier this summer. The band’s frontman Levi Benton will be honored at the Vegas Rocks! Magazine Music Awards this weekend. He has been named the “Male Metal Star of Tomorrow.” The awards

Hellyeah’s Vinnie Paul and Chad Gray Talk ‘Band of Brothers,’ Touring + More

On July 17, Hellyeah released their third studio album, ‘Band of Brothers.’ In its first week of release, the album landed at No. 19 on the Billboard 200 album chart. To help them celebrate the release of their heaviest record to date — and because we’ll make any excuse to chat with them — we recently caught up with vocalist Chad Gray and drummer Vinnie Paul to talk all things

Circle Jerks to Release ‘My Life as a Jerk’ Documentary, Premiere Official Trailer

Legendary Californian hardcore punk band the Circle Jerks will be releasing the documentary, ‘My Career as a Jerk,’ on Sept. 25. The documentary will tell the story of the band’s on-and-off, 21-year career as one of punk’s most influential underground acts. Consisting of original Black Flag vocalist Keith Morris and Bad Religion guitarist Greg Hetson, among others, the Circle Jerks are currently on their third hiatus, which was announced in

Green Day Become Third Act Ever to Debut Atop Billboard Rock Songs Chart

Congrats to Green Day! It was a big opening week for the trio, who just became only the third act in Billboard’s Nielsen BDS-based Rock Songs chart to debut at No. 1. The song that accomplished the feat was ‘Oh, Love,’ the lead single from the ‘¡Uno!’ portion of their album trilogy. Billboard reports that the track made 13 million first-week audience impressions with a 145 radio stations reporting on

The Darkness Offer Metal Cover of Radiohead’s ‘Street Spirit (Fade Out)’

You’ve heard just how long Thom Yorke can hold a falsetto note in the Radiohead classic ‘Street Spirit (Fade Out).’ So who would be the hard rock or metal equivalent? The Darkness‘ Justin Hawkins of course. As the band lead up to the release of their third studio record ‘Hot Cakes’ next month, the group has premiered a metal-based cover of the Radiohead song at Pitchfork. The Darkness’ version of

Texas Hippie Coalition, ‘Peacemaker’ – Exclusive Song Premiere

Get ready for the gritty sounds of Texas Hippie Coalition. The Southern-fried rockers deliver a dose of their red dirt metal today with Loudwire’s exclusive song premiere of the title track off their upcoming album, ‘Peacemaker.’ The band spent a good portion of the past year working with acclaimed rock producer Bob Marlette and as they gear up to release their third studio album, it’s apparent the Texas Hippie Coalition

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