Listen to the First Four Tracks of Paramore’s New Album
Paramore has unveiled the first four songs of their upcoming self-titled album on their website, Paramore.net.
Monday night, the band posted an 18-minute video, which features streams of the album’s first single, “Now,” along with new cuts “Fast in My Car,” “Grow Up” and “Daydreaming.” Paramore will continue to post streams of more tracks from the forthcoming album each night this week through Thursday.
Paramore's new album will arrive at all the usual outlets on April 9. You’ll get your first chance to hear the tracks performed live when the band drops by ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! on April 11, followed by a visit to TBS’ Conan on April 30. More appearances will be announced soon.
Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington to Be Honored at MusiCares Benefit Concert
Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington will be honored at a Los Angeles benefit concert at Club Nokia on May 30 that will support the MusiCares MAP Fund. The fund provides members of the music community access to addiction recovery resources, including emergency financial assistance for basic living expenses and medical expenses. Bennington will receive the Stevie Ray Vaughan Award for his commitment to helping addicts with their recovery process.
"MusiCares MAP Fund is an amazing program that takes care of their own, and actually saves lives," said Bennington in a statement. "It's been so rewarding to support them and see firsthand what they've accomplished for so many artists."
Legendary skateboarder, surfer and musician Tony Alva will also be honored that evening, receiving the From the Heart Award.
For more information, visit MusiCares.org.
Stream Stone Sour’s New Album, House of Gold and Bones Part 2, in Its Entirety
Can't wait to hear the second part of the Stone Sour's concept double album, House of Gold and Bones? No worries. The guys have posted a stream of every song from the second installment, House of Gold and Bones Part 2, at their website. House of Gold and Bones Part 2 features 12 new tracks and will arrive in stores on April 9. In addition, starting April 17, fans will be able to get their hands on the first issue of a comic book mini-series based on the album.
Stone Sour is currently trekking across North America promoting House of Gold and Bones. In This Moment and Hell or Highwater are supporting the band on select dates. Visit StoneSour.com for the full itinerary.