New Machine Head Album In September

In an interview,  Machine Head revealed that their seventh studio album will be out in September. The band are currently recording the album in Green Day's Oakland studio, Jingletown Studios. Drummer Dave McClain told Horns Up Rocks "We feel like we've got another kick-ass album on our hands and we can't wait for everybody to hear it." The band will tour in July with the Mayhem Festival alongside acts such as Megadeth, Godsmack and Disturbed. Rob Flynn, the groups frontman, said … [Read more...]

Video: Incubus’ “Adolescents”


Incubus' long awaited album, "If Not Now, When?", will be released July 12th, but in the meantime you can check out the video for the album's first single, "Adolescents." Watch below. Adolescents is currently available on iTunes. … [Read more...]

Video: Grohl, Vedder Join Watt onstage during surprise performance


Mike Watt performed in Seattle Wednesday night with his band the Missingmen at the intimate venue Triple Door. But fans were pleasantly surprised when Eddie Vedder, Dave Grohl, and Pat Smear joined Watt onstage. Watch video from the show below. Vedder, Grohl and Smear accompanied Watt in  a impromptu performance of "Big Train," from Watt's '94 debut album Ball-Hog or Tug Boat?, which featured trio. Let us know what you think in the comment section. … [Read more...]

Avenged Sevenfold’s ‘Nightmare’ Goes Gold


As the first album without Jimmy "The Rev" Sullivan, Avenged Sevenfold's "Nightmare" could have been a half baked affair. The sales statistics, however, say otherwise. is reporting that "Nightmare" has been officially certified gold by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association Of America) for shipments in excess of 500,000 copies in the United States. The album is their fourth gold selling record, following 2003's "Waking The Fallen", 2005's "City Of Evil" and 2007's self-titled … [Read more...]

Red Hot Chili Peppers Album Release In August


Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith announced that the band’s forthcoming album will be released in “the last week of August.” The still unnamed record will be the band’s first since the 2007 smash hit “Stadium Arcadium.” The album will be the first to feature guitarist Josh Klinghoffer. Smith told Rock It Out of the writing process: “It's been going good. We got lots of songs, we're just choosing the ones that are gonna be on the album. It sounds great.” Guitarist … [Read more...]

R.E.M. Premiers Video for “Every Day Is Yours To Win”


R.E.M. premiered the video for "Every Day Is Yours To Win" today. The video is comprised entirely of footage from YouTube. Watch the video below. R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe and the video's co-director Jim McKay also posted an intro video featuring a list of their favorite YouTube clips. The "Every Day Is Yours To Win" video is part of the Collapse Into Now Film Project, where artists and filmmakers were asked to create short films for each song on the new R.E.M. album Collapse Into Now. … [Read more...]

Review: The Kills @ Masquerade

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Four consistently entertaining LP’s and several years of international touring in, it occurs to me that The Kills have evolved, well, consistently. The first time I watched them perform, my brain was on the incline of a rollercoastered interest in two-piece indie (duh) bands. Jamie Hince and Allison Mosshart, adorably codenamed Hotel and VV, respectively, proved to me that the idea could go from conception to stage show without losing momentum or energy (gaining some, au contraire). So get … [Read more...]

Kings of Leon Announce U.S. Tour Dates


Kings of Leon  have announced the dates of a U.S. summer tour in support of their fifth full-length, "Come Around Sundown."   Band of Horses will be joining KOL for the 29-date trek, which kicks off Jul. 25 in Orange Beach, Ala. Kings of Leon postponed their March tour dates in Australia and South Africa to allow drummer Nathan Followill to recovery from surgery after he tore his right labrum and bicep. According to, "Come Around Sundown" has sold 596,000 copies since … [Read more...]