For Rise Against’s seventh album, frontman Tim McIlrath called The Black Market “a lot more introspective.”
The songs featured on the band’s 11th studio album — their first with original frontman and Punk Rock Dad Jim Lindberg since he left the band in 2009 — have been lying around for 25 years. Listen to them now.
Stream Kitten’s new forthcoming self-titled album now!
Linkin Park fans, you’re in luck. Not only does KROQ have an awesome Red Bull Sound Space event with the band coming up, Linkin Park just tweeted out a link to the stream of their full album, The Hunting Party.
Thanks to iTunes, fan can hear the whole thing a week before its official release.
Lykke Li has been teasing fans with tracks off her latest album, I Never Learn, but now they can hear the whole thing a little early thanks to NPR.
It’s the 20th anniversary of The Offspring’s album, Smash. The album from the Southern California-based punk band came out in 1994 and “was, at the time, the best-selling album ever released on an independent label.”
For their fourth release, the band demoed around 28 songs in a new home studio, paring them down to 11 tracks that run a taut 38 minutes of what they’re calling “unapologetic heavy rock.”
Start your week off right with a first listen of Beck and St. Vincent’s new albums.
James Mercer and Danger Mouse of Broken Bells have created the perfect club comedown soundtrack with synth-funk grooves and space disco that’s perfect for the post-party afterglow. ‘After The Disco’ is now streaming on iTunes.