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Today brings the much anticipated and long awaited new album from Green Day and new albums from Phantogram, Sum 41, NOFX, Kaiser Chiefs, Alter Bridge, Dance Gavin Dance, Feeder, Phish, White Lies, Lewis Del Mar, Springtime Carnivore, Archive and everyone’s favorite internet rickroll, Rick Astley. Local Spotlight on Joyce Manor.
The punk rock gods are back! After a 4 year break, they return firing on album twelve, Revolution Radio! The band turns 30 this year and shows no signs of slowing down as early reviews have been solid of the new record.
They’ll be taking over our airwaves today from 5-6pm so make sure you tune into the Revolution! They have a SOLD OUT show the 17th at the Palladium and just announced yesterday, they’ll be absolutely rocking our small Red Bull Sound Space the 19th!
You’ve seen them at our pool party, this past week at the Palladium and have heard them taking over the KROQ airwaves with their smash, “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore.” Now it’s time to hear the complete package.
Phantogram release album Three, following their successful side project with Outkast’s Big Boi in Big Grams.
The Canadian band best known for their 2001 debut, return after a 5 year hiatus behind the power of single “War.” The album will be the band’s first as a five piece.
They went back to basics spending the summer on Warped Tour, and will be bringing their live show to the area Sun Nov 6th at the Mayan with openers, Senses Fail.
The legendary punks from here in LA continue their amazing careers with album thirteen! Despite all the accolades received along the way from both critics and fans, the band released this album independently as they have every record since their start (despite many requests from major labels).
The closest they’ll be in the area is San Diego on Oct 22nd part of the Ye Scallywag ‘Craft Beer, Wine & Music Festival’
The minute and a half firecracker “Six Years on Dope” tease the new record.
Singles “Parachute” & “Hole in my Soul” preview the new album.
Made up with the three former Creed music makers and singer Myles Kennedy (of Slash’s solo act).
While the band hasn’t taken over the U.S. in the same way Creed had, with widespread acclaim and mass crossover radio play, Alter Bridge has put together a highly successful career. Charting all over the world including here in the states where they’ve consistently charted in the top 15 and a few number ones on the rock charts.
The Sacramento post-hardcore rockers drop album seven today hoping to continue the success achieved in their last album, Instant Gratification, which went on to be their highest selling and charting yet.
Welsh grunge-esque rockers Feeder release album seven, hoping to mirror the successes they have in the U.K. here in the U.S.
The new release has already garnered mass critical acclaim behind the singles “Universe of Life” & “Eskimo.”
C’mon. It’s Phish, you know who they are. The jam band releases album thirteen, but everyone knows you have to see them live.
The indie rockers from England let loose their fourth album, again having 10 tracks – a reoccurring them in the band’s releases.
Singles “Take It Out on Me” & “Come On” pave the way.
The Queens, NY folk-rock crew drop album one behind the strength of their single “Loud(y)” which has seen wide spread airwaves. They’ve also released a few other tracks for your early listening pleasure including “Painting (Masterpiece)” “Memories” and more on their youtube page.
Album two recently just premiered over on Stereogum with the singles “Midnight Room” & “Face in the Moon.”
Check the tracks out live, Nov 5th at the Bootleg Theater.
The London band has been bumpin since 1994 and this drop makes album eleven in a long winding catalog.
They’ve released “Driving in Nails” as the long single off today’s album.
His new album promises to “never give you, never let you down, never run around and desert you.” Get your fill live Oct 13th at the Ace Hotel.
From right here in Torrance, the indie punks drop album four, number two on the famous Epitaph Records.
Their debut was named “Album of the Year” by Punknews while Stereogum just named this newest, Album of the Week.
“Last You Heard of Me” stands alone as the pre-album single.
Other Oct 7th Releases
Bee Gee’s Barry Gibb – In the Now
Brookzill – Throwback to the Future, C Duncan – Midnight Sun
Colbie Caillat – The Malibu Sessions,
Daya (of “Don’t Let Me Down” fame) – Sit Still, Look Pretty
Grammy & Oscar Winner Ennio Morricone – Morricone 60
Toad the Wet Sprocket‘s Glen Phillips – Swallowed By the New
Goat – Requiem, GTA – Good Times Ahead
Hiss Golden Messenger – Heart Like A Levee,
Julia Jacklin – Don’t Let the Kids Win
Kate Tempest – Let Them Eat Chaos
Loretta Lynn – White Christmas Blue,
Melissa Etheridge – Memphis Rock and Soul
Meshuggah – The Violent Sleep of Reason, Norah Jones – Day Breaks
OneRepublic – Oh My My, Pitbull – Climate Change
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By: Chris McLafferty