With new music from Paramore and Fall Out Boy due out next month, the anticipation for alt-rock albums is at its highest since 2007 (ah, those were the days). If one-time emo identifiers haven't already exploded with excitement, they might just burst when they hear the news that Panic! At The Disco are finally wrapping up recording their fourth album.
In an interview with Get Up On This, vocalist Brendon Urie revealed that the band are set to finish work on their long-awaited follow-up to 2011's 'Vices & Virtues' by the end of this month (March). The new album is expected to be released sometime this year.
At the peak of Blink-182’s fame, Tom DeLonge had a lot of ideas kicking through his head. At a tour stop in Paris, sitting his hotel room, the singer came up with the concept of a character named Poet Anderson. Now, nearly 15 years later, he’s ready to incorporate that idea into a much larger and ambitious project with Angels & Airwaves than he’s ever attempted before.