311 Premiere New Song “Crossfire”

311 have premiered a lyric video for their new song “Crossfire.” This track is from the band’s new album “Voyager,” which will be released on June 28.


Korn Guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer Guests On $uicideboy$ & Blink-182 Drummer Travis Barker’s Collaborative EP

$uicideboy$ and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker have released a new collaborative EP titled “Live Fast, Die Whenever.” Among the tracks on the effort is “Don’t Trust Anyone!,“ which features Korn guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer. You can check that out below:

Howard Jones (Light The Torch, Ex-Killswitch Engage) Guests On New Tone Assassins Song “All Or Nothing”

Tone Assassins, the project featuring ex-Soilwork guitarist Peter Wichers, have premiered a new song titled “All Or Nothing.” This track features Howard Jones (Light The Torch, ex-Killswitch Engage) and it will appear on the band’s upcoming EP. It’s worth noting that Jones guested on two of the five songs included on the EP and that the project was designed to create music for things like movies, commercials, etc.

The 69 Eyes Premiere “27 & Done” Video

The 69 Eyes have shared an official video for “27 & Done” off their new album “West End.” Notably, the clip features excerpts from the new horror film “The 27 Club,” which will be released on June 13. “West End” will be released on September 13 and it will feature a number of guests including: Cradle Of Filth’s Dani Filth, Wednesday 13, and Beastö Blancö’s Calico Cooper.

Jyrki 69 said the following about the song:

“The track deals with the idea of Hollywood and everyone coming there to make their dreams come true, but it’s very seldom that they succeed and this is something you can see there everywhere. It’s a place that makes you desperate and I wanted to get these dark vibes into the song. But on the other hand the track is also a celebration of life — we should be excited to be here and everybody’s a legend and they should realize that we should enjoy what we do instead of worry what other people think.”

He also added the following about the album:

“The title ‘West End’ evokes a dark image — when something dies, something new comes up and we all have to change in order to stay alive. I feel like this planet is on some turning point. The end of the western world is near and the question is: What is happening when the west ends? The title has multiple meanings for us… but be assured it has definitely nothing to do with The Pet Shop Boys or London.”

In other news, the group have also announced a 30th anniversary European tour:

11/02 Leipzig, GER – Moritzbastei
11/03 Berlin, GER – SO36
11/05 Hamburg, GER – Logo
11/06 Cologne, GER – Essigfabrik
11/07 Stuttgart, GER – Wizemann Club
11/08 Munich, GER – Backstage (Halle)
11/09 Prague, CZE – Meat Factory
11/11 Wroclaw, POL – Stary Klasztor
11/12 Budapest, HUN – Barba Negra
11/13 Bratislava, SLO – Atelier Babylon
11/14 Vienna, AUT – Chelsea
11/16 Parma, ITA – Campus Music Industry
11/17 Pratteln, SWI – Z7
11/19 Trier, GER – Mergener Hof
11/20 Paris, FRA – Backstage by the Mill
11/21 London, UK – The Garage
11/23 Oberhausen, GER – Kulttempel
11/24 Frankfurt, GER – Zoom

Tom DeLonge On The Possibility Of Returning To Blink-182: “I Will Play With Blink Again”

During a new interview with 91X San Diego, Tom DeLonge expressed interest in returning to Blink-182. He said he still keeps in touch with Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker and that he “will play with [the band] again.” However, he added that they are still “discussing what makes sense and when.”


DeLonge said the following about his potential return:

“It hit the press last week, I think that, yes everybody, I will play with Blink again. That’s the whole plan. I talk to Travis all the time, and I talked to Mark just the other day and we’re always discussing what makes sense and when.”

“There’s creative differences in what I do, and what my brothers in Blink do. We like different things, and we like different music, but we’re still good friends and we still support each other.”

This news comes after DeLonge recently told Kerrang! that he was planning to return to Blink-182 “in the future”:

“I get it – trust me, I love Blink and it’s given me everything in my life. And, you know, I plan on doing it in the future. But right now there’s just no way – I have way too much going on because Angels & Airwaves is a part of To The Stars, and that’s why it works.”

He continued:

“When I left blink the first time, I dealt with a lot of losing my identity and people being angry with me. I had to rebuild who I am and what I want to do with my life, and the world didn’t support it, really. I understand why, but then over time, they started to understand who I am and why I need to do the things I do.”

Vince Neil Joins Sammy Hagar Onstage For Cover Of Montrose’s “Rock Candy” In Maryland Heights, Missouri

During Sammy Hagar & The Circle’s May 19 show at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, Missouri, the band were joined onstage by Mötley Crüe’s Vince Neil for a cover of Montrose’s “Rock Candy.” You can see fan-filmed footage of that below: