Since the reports of a musical featuring the discography of Panic! At The Disco surfaced online, everyone has been wondering if the concept was legitimate. Alter The Press recently spoke with the director and creative mind behind the concept, Alexis Acar, to find out what she can reveal about the musical at this stage.
Ke$ha admitted herself into a Chicago-area rehab center yesterday (January 3rd) for an apparent eating disorder and plans to stay there for a month.
A statement from the singer can be found by clicking read more.
Fearless Records have announced they will be releasing Punk Goes 90s: Vol. 2 later this year.
The compilation album will feature covers from Breathe Carolina, Pierce The Veil, Motionless In White, Mayday Parade, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, Real Friends, For All Those Sleeping.
A trailer for the release can be found by clicking read more.
Watch Miley Cyrus perform "Get It Right" and "Wrecking Ball" on New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2014 by clicking read more.
A Panic! At The Disco inspired musical is currently in the works.
PANIC! The Musical tells the story of Andi Witko, a naive teenager on the verge of rebellion after meeting the rough-edged Oliver Murphy.
Only a few months after My Chemical Romance called it quits and now fomer guitarist Frank Iero has released his first EP - a pair of classic covers in a strikingly personal release.
When the band called it quits last March, Iero said he wasn’t entirely prepared to let the band go right at that moment. But his solo work is in no way a desperate hope to hold on to the past, or to keep himself busy in the wake of The Black Parade. Iero has been writing since he was a teenager, even before the birth of the band that made him famous.
The EP is a dark echo from the gallows of The Ronettes’ “Be My Baby” and Johnny Cash’s “Walk The Line,” a smoky take on two of Iero’s favorite songs. But for all its darkness, Iero himself is quite lovely. The EP “for jamia…” is named after his wife and created as a birthday gift for her. Its release date, December 10, is the date the pair found out they were having kids. And the songs he chose to cover are family favorites.
How does such massively tense sound come from such a cheery family man? Iero discussed that disconnect with ATP! as he introduced his first solo release to the world.
Seahaven have announced they will release a new EP titled Silhouette (Latin Skin) on January 21st via Run For Cover Records.
The band are streaming the title-track from the three-track release, exclusively over at AV Club.
You can check out the artwork and track listing below. Pre-order your copy today here.
Watch Paramore perform their new single "Ain’t It Fun" on the season finale of The Voice below.
ATP! has partnered up with Columbia Records to giveaway an autographed copy of One Direction’s latest album, Midnight Memories!
The CD has been hand signed by each member of the group and if you want to be in with a shot of winning our contest, all you need to do is…
Watch Taylor Swift and Fall Out Boy perform "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)" at this year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show by clicking read more.
2013 has been an especially good year for music. From newcomers to long-established artists, independent releases to massive commercial hits, the last twelve months has been a relentless torrent of incredible albums. It hasn’t been easy trying to pick our favorites, which means the ones that made it are extra special.
So, without further ado, here are our top ten albums of 2013:
Calling all We Are The In Crowd fans! The wait is finally over.
New York’s favorite pop/rock five-piece have announced their long-awaited new album will be titled Weird Kids and is scheduled to be released on February 18th via Hopeless Records.
We’re all incredible sad that Tonight Alive’s The Other Side tour has come to an end but before they said goodbye to us for 2013, they did leave with some good news.
Vocalist Jenna McDougall confirmed on stage at their show in Anaheim, CA last week that the band will indeed be returning stateside for a tour this spring.
As with any touring band, crew members come and go. However, when All Time Low’s former tour manager, Matt Flyzik, announced recently that he would be moving on after seven years, the fans responded as if a member of the band was leaving. This may sound extremely strange to anybody who isn’t a fan of the pop/rock four-piece, but Matt wasn’t just All Time Low’s tour manager, he was embraced by the band and the fans as if he was their fifth member.
The 27-year old Baltimore native is best known to any All Time Low fan for his cameos in a variety of their music videos, his love of Mickey Mouse learned from the band’s "Straight To DVD" release and of course, singing back-up vocals with them on stage each night.
The news of Matt’s departure came in the form of a short tweet announcing he would be leaving following All Time Low’s recent fall tour with A Day To Remember, but no further explanation was provided. ATP! reached out to Matt to discuss the reasons why he decided to call it a day, his most memorable moments spent with the band, the future and much more.