Blink-182 and the video for their new song 'Edging'

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Blink-182 have released a music video for their brand new single "Edging", which is the first new track from the original lineup of the group in almost a decade and comes from their forthcoming reunion album.

"Edging" was produced by Travis Barker and he had this to say about the track, "I wanted to imagine as a listener what I wanted to experience and at the same time as a band member what we wanted to make and say and most importantly how it would sound production wise in 2022."

Mark Hoppus added, "I'm so happy to be back in the studio creating new music and looking forward to a giant world tour." Have a look at the video.... 

Korn's Jonathan Davis lives up to the true meaning of ‘Freak On A Leash’...Pet Brand

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Jonathan Davis is doin' it for our pets and has announced the launch of his new pet brand, Freak On A Leash. (Feels like this shoulda' been 'a thing' a long time ago) The brand takes its name from Korn's late '90s classic \m/\m/ Meanwhile, the Davis family just welcomed a new dog, named Dante.

"Be the FIRST to own my new pet brand, Freak on a Leash! These premium products are created for all, paying homage to the horror and rock music we love. This first collection, designed exclusively by me, contains all custom products made with high-quality gunmetal hardware, leather, nylon, and plushies that will set your pet apart from the pack. Freak on a Leash has partnered exclusively with 'Danny Wimmer Presents' and 'Take Me Home' where a portion of proceeds sold at California's Aftershock festival, as well as the webstore launch, will be donated to the 'Take Me Home' organization. The official worldwide launch date is October 28th but attendees of the festival can get a sneak peek this Saturday, October 8. Visit www.freakonaleash.com to sign up now for inside information on the product and release time, as well as a chance to win the new collection!" - Korn frontman Jonathan Davis 

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Fever 333 Loses Two Band Members But Will Continue On

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Fever 333 is down two members. Stephen Harrison and Aric Improta released statements saying they're both leaving the band.

They said they didn't want to get into details but that "creative differences" left them with no choice.


"It's layered, but ultimately, I'd just rather dedicate my time to projects that operate different than that one."


They thanked fans for the support and said they will "probably do something together in the future". The last thing they wrote..."Know your worth!!"


That leaves Jason Aalon Butler. What will he do moving forward? He posted a statement on his Instagram a few hours later saying, 

"To the supporters of Fever 333- I started this project in order to fill a space in music and culture that I have always wanted to see and know many others like and unlike me would also like to experience. Offering representation and progress not only on stages but through the art is paramount for me. I told myself I would not compromise that vision and I must hold true to that promise. Not only for me, but the others out there looking for somewhere to feel free. So I want to take this moment to say thank you to Aric, Stephen and everyone who has made that possible thus far. The initial era of Fever 333 was incredible in so many ways and I am so excited to present to you the next one."

So, he's not giving up that easily is what I'm hearing.

'DISTURBED' RETURN WITH NEW ALBUM "DIVISIVE" AND DROP ANOTHER NEW SONG AND VIDEO. CHECK IT OUT HERE!

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Gearing up for another era, multi-platinum rock band Disturbed will release their eighth full-length album, Divisive, on November 18, 2022 via Reprise Records. Pre-order/Pre-save Divisive HERE.

Bulldozing the way for the record, the group just unleashed an unpredictable and undeniable new single entitled "Unstoppable" today. Listen to "Unstoppable" HERE and watch the lyric video HERE.

About Divisive, Draiman noted, "Partisan tribal warfare has become a part of our regular existence nowadays. It's one big battle of the cliques. The whole idea of the record is to be a wakeup call for everyone. Our society has become addicted to outrage. Music is the best cure for what ails us though. If only everyone reached out and used it. There's no better environment to forget about all of this shit than live music. We can be together and realize we have more in common than not. Recognize what's happening and let's make a change for the better."

Donegan added, "Whatever it takes, we've got to pull it together. We've always tried to take negative topics and spin them in a positive light. From touring around the world, we've seen the power of music as the universal language to bring everyone together from all walks of life. We can still play songs to unite people, and it's a pretty powerful feeling."

"Unstoppable" storms out of the gate on a jackhammer guitar riff, pummeling drums, and the band's signature staccato vocal phrasing in lockstep with a pulsating rhythm. This barrage crashes into a skyscraping stadium-ready refrain, "There's no escape. I am unstoppable." The accompanying lyric video seamlessly translates this frenetic anthem into fiery on-screen action befitting of the track's uncontainable momentum.

Draiman elaborated, "'Unstoppable' is definitely one of the heavier tracks on the record. The groove builds into a bombastic animal. It's truly the fight song."

"We always have a big rock anthem on every album," Donegan commented. "We love to write empowering songs for motivation. We're avid sports fans, and that's definitely part of it. It's an in-your-face track, for sure."

Divisive pulls no punches as a precise, pummeling, and powerful hard rock opus. Over the last year, the quartet cut these ten tracks with producer Drew Fulk [Motionless In White, Lil Peep, Highly Suspect] in Nashville, TN. After Donegan shared initial ideas with the rest of the group, they locked in like never before with the groove as the backbone. Drummer Mike Wengren bolted down some of the strongest and boldest rhythms of their career punctuated by John Moyer's punchy bass. Together, the musicians collectively conjured the focus and fire of their seminal early output augmented by airtight songcraft and a heightened level of musical chemistry that could only be forged by years of writing and touring together.

As a result, Divisive finds Disturbed at their most dynamic, defiant, and dangerous.

Breaking ground, it also notably marks the first time the band included a guest feature on an album, boasting the epic emotionally charged duet "Don't Tell Me" with Ann Wilson. Meanwhile, the likes of "Bad Man" and "Divisive" rank amongst the band's heaviest material. At the same time, they infuse the likes of "Won't Back Down" with uplifting melodies.

Check out the full tracklisting below.

They initially set the stage for the record with "Hey You." The song spread like wildfire across airwaves, emerging as their 15th #1 single at Rock Radio. At the same time, it has already gathered 10 million-plus streams and counting, only increasing anticipation for Divisive.

Meeting the anticipation head-on with unrestrained heaviness, Disturbed have delivered tenfold on Divisive.

Disturbed are performing at several upcoming festivals throughout this fall (full dates below). Tickets for all dates are available here.

TRACKLISTING:

  1. Hey You
  2. Bad Man
  3. Divisive
  4. Unstoppable
  5. Love To Hate
  6. Feeding The Fire
  7. Don't Tell Me [feat. Ann Wilson]
  8. Take Back Your Life
  9. Part Of Me
  10. Won't Back Down

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