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Mark Hoppus is back at it on Twitch again. Hoppus has been hosting various livestreams on the platform over the past few weeks amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, he is bringing some of blink-182‘s classic work to the video game The Last Of Us II. Hoppus shared a video of him performing an acoustic rendition […]

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It’s hard to believe it’s been 11 years since All Time Low released their third album, Nothing Personal. The album, which dropped July 7, 2009, has been a staple in our rotation, particularly its lead single, “Weightless.” The vibrant video features snarky one-liners in line with the Nothing Personal theme and some iconic cameos from […]

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If you don’t know anything about 10-year-old music prodigy Nandi Bushell, it’s time to get hip.  Bushell has gained tons of fame online for her badass covers, some of which even get respect from the bands themselves.  Read more: Hear Billie Joe Armstrong reimagine this iconic John Lennon protest song Because she’s just such a […]

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What’s that old saying? “What goes around comes around?” All we’re saying is that plenty of new things grow out of old soil. We saw how the ’90s grunge scene killed the hair-farming aspects of ’80s metal. So it was inevitable that the next gen of rockers would marry sick riffs with expanded guitar shredding. […]

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For those that don’t know, June 30 is officially the 182nd day of the year. In celebration, blink-182 are bringing back their 2012 EP Dogs Eating Dogs. The band announced on Tuesday that they “decided to press a limited number of Dogs Eating Dogs vinyl for the first time ever.” For one week only, fans can […]

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According to Halsey‘s BMI page, we may be getting a new collab with her, Travis Barker and Machine Gun Kelly in the future. Fans quickly saw that a new song called “Forget Me Too” has been registered on the singer’s official BMI page. Both MGK and Barker are credited as songwriters on the registration. Following […]

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Many people miss the days when MTV used to show music videos 24/7. But it’s no secret that the network also hosted some amazing TV shows back in the day.  From the early reality shows to animated classics we love, MTV’s history on the small screen shouldn’t be forgotten. Read more: Bonnaroo cancels 2020 festival […]

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After weeks of anticipation, Bring Me The Horizon‘s highly-awaited new single “Parasite Eve” is finally here. Bring Me The Horizon premiered “Parasite Eve” on June 25 and have also shared a music video. Read more: Here’s when you’ll likely be seeing Ghostface return for ‘Scream 5’ Bring Me The Horizon are documenting their time recording […]

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