New music from Oh Honey will be released tomorrow on iTunes!
|October 13, 2014
See what happens backstage with Vinyl Theatre in the latest video update from the Quiet Is Viølent Tour above!
This week's Sunday Night Music Club brings you a song from the 2011 album, Yours Truly, by Sublime With Rome. It's called 'Can You Feel It' and it features a verse from Wiz Khalifa.
I'm rolling up good you rolling up trash
I'm burning them slow you burning them fast
You smoking on this I'm smoking on that
Ain't counting them grams just go in the bag
You rolling a blunt I'm rolling a zag
We grinding it up and mixing with hash and that's...
Download Yours Truly now on iTunes.
Happy birthday to Cobra Starship's Gabe Saporta from everyone at Fueled By Ramen!
Now that you've seen both covers of the new issue of Alternative Press featuring twenty one pilots, we want to see you recreate one of them by either taking a photo of yourself posing as the band or drawing one of the covers. Post yours on Instagram with the tag #myapmag and you could win:
- your photo posted on AP's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
- an SJC twenty one pilots drumhead signed by Joshua Dun
- an exclusive twenty one pilots poster signed by the band
- both AP 316 covers
- a 1-year subscription to Alternative Press
Click HERE for all the details - good luck!
|October 09, 2014
|October 09, 2014
The first 50 fans who pre-ordered Vinyl Theatre's debut album Electrogram from The Fueled By Ramen Webstore received custom logo cards spray painted and signed by the band - see how these one-of-a-kind pieces were created in the video above!
Go behind-the-scenes of twenty one pilots' photoshoot with photographer Douglas Sonders for the band's cover issue of Alternative Press - find out where to get your copy of the magazine HERE!
Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship recently spoke to PopCrush.com about the real-life influence of the band's new single 'Never Been In Love' and the writing process for a new king of love song.
"For me, it was a bigger question of trying to figure out how to transition [from] being the guy that makes good girls go bad to being married now. What would I sing about, you know? So I really want to connect that energy of being happy, being positive."
Click HERE to read the full interview!
Panic! At The Disco's album Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! was released one year ago today! Fans got their first taste of the band's return with the premiere of the 'Miss Jackson' music video on July 15, 2013.
You can read an interview with Brendon Urie about the 1-year anniversary of the album on AltPress.com now!
What's your favorite track from Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!?