Distraction Man has the unique ability to move slightly one way or the other. His arch nemesis is Steve Buscemi.
Click HERE to meet another super hero named Contamination Man.
For this week’s Sunday Night Music Club, we’re sharing a song off of Panic! At The Disco’s latest album Vices & Virtues. It goes out to our fellow employee Amy W. who will be leaving us for the summer to do some pit reporting on the Vans Warped Tour! Good luck, Amy!
'Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)'...
You got these little things you wanted something for ‘em
You’ll either get it or guess you won’t what does it really mean
To get nothing from anyone there’s a million ways it could go
So tell me right now ya think your ready for it
I wanna know
Why you got me going so let’s go
We’ll take it outta here
I think I’m ready to leave I’m ready to live…
Listen to it HERE
Download this song on iTunes HERE.
To celebrate The Impossibles' two reunion shows this weekend in Austin, we're very excited to post the band's sold out (Never) Say Goodbye DVD from 2002 in its entirety on YouTube. It includes sixteen songs from their final show at Emo's in Austin on June 1st, 2002 along with a 24-minute interview with the band at the end. Enjoy!
Here is a photo from Fall Out Boy and Punchline's 2004 tour in Japan. Click HERE to see a few more.
This week we are giving away a Cobra Starship prize package complete with a Cobra Starship t-shirt, Kiss My Sass vinyl and a copy of Paper Magazine with Gabe Saporta on the cover.
HOW TO WIN: To win this prize package just comment on the photo HERE and tell us what your favorite album of 2012 has been so far.
Click HERE to order the VersaEmerge 'Static TV' t-shirt for just $5 Today Only in The Fueled By Ramen Webstore!
Blame it on the television.
Look for twenty | one | pilots on the cover of the new issue of (614) Magazine. It's the Columbus, Ohio magazine's music issue and they named the twenty | one | pilots their top band on the rise. Click HERE to see what they had to say about them!
"A big break almost never happens the way it has for Columbus’ Twenty One Pilots. In just a few short years, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun have mani- fested a handful of homemade demos into one of the largest cult follow- ings the city’s modern music scene as ever seen."