The All-American Rejects just debuted the video for the title track from their latest album, Kids In the Street, check it out below.
The video captures the theme of the album, which the band describes as “lyrically and musically nostalgic.” It stars younger versions of the band members themselves and features a classic no-holds-barred performance from the multi-platinum group in a surrealistic, neon, windswept vision of their past.
The Rejects are currently on the road supporting the album before their stop at the 2012 Bamboozle Festival in Asbury Park, NJ on May 19th. The band will also be supporting Blink-182 on their upcoming European summer tour kicking off in June. For more info, including ticket information, visit the official site at www.allamericanrejects.com as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages.
Our video of the week comes from Georgia pop-punk band Namesake.
Namesake recently finished recording their full-length debut album Borders & Fences in Orlando, FL with producer James Paul Wisner. “World’s Away” is the first single, check it out below and if you like what you hear check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
All Time Low have released a new video for “Time-Bomb,” the new single from Dirty Work.
Directed by K. Asher Levin, the theme of the video is not the usual All Time Low video fans would know and expect. The action packed video features the band performing on a Los Angeles roof while a SWAT team tries to stop a guy from saving his girlfriend using an artificial heart he created. The girlfriend is played by actor, Malese Jow, from Vampire Diaries. Watch and see what happens to the couple as they attempt to make their escape.
Hollywood Undead’s remix album titled American Tragedy REDUX drops tomorrow (Nov. 21) so we figured we’d feature one of the songs as our video of the week!
he album features a bunch of different artists remixing tracks on the record featuring KMFDM and Jonathan Davis of Korn. “Levitate” was remixed by Digital Dog. Check out the video for it below.
Our video of the week comes from rock outfit Valora. The band has now released their official video for their first single, “I Waited For You.” Valora is fronted by smoking hot, Syd Duran, who is known for providing back up vocals to Breaking Benjamin’s “Blow Me Away” remix track.
The video features the band giving a dark, passionate live performance while Syd searches for her man through a morbid city, only to find him at a costume themed party messing around behind her back. Check it out below:
Butch Walker & The Black Widows released their new album The Spade last week. Check out our review here.
If you need another reason to fall in love with The Spade watch out video of the week for ‘Summer of ’89”. That should do it.
Finally some new music from Blink-182! Eat it up kids! Here’s the video for their latest single “Up All Night”. Catch the band out all Summer and early Fall on the Honda Civic Tour. View our photos from the tour here.
Our video of the week is the latest from Eve to Adam for their song “Run Your Mouth”, the first single off of their forthcoming album Banquet For A Starving Dog, due out on September 13th.
Check out the video below and for all the latest on Eve to Adam read our interview with lead singer Taki Sassaris here.
Blue October has just released the video for the new single, “The Chills”. The song is on their upcoming album, Any Man in America, due out August 16th.
The video was shot with a Phantom Flex High Speed camera, which films at 1080p with just over 2,500 frames per second and allowed for the extreme high quality capture of the super slow motion scenes. The camera was chosen because director Jeff Ray wanted the video to have “a new look.” The basic concepts explored in “The Chills” video are those moments in a relationship, or life in general, when you become so frustrated or so overwhelmed with a person or situation that you just want to punch a hole in the wall…but you don’t. However, in the video, no one suppresses that emotion. No one bottles up their feelings. If someone feels angry, they let that anger out. It’s about reverting back to your primal instincts and Blue October is the catalyst for all of this. They wanted to make a video that touched people and gave them goosebumps….The Chills! Check it out below.
Paramore is back! Their new single “Monster” is featured on the soundtrack for Transformers 3: Dark Of The Moon. Check out the video below.
Paramore just wrapped up a short run on Warped Tour and will be returning to NYC on September 7th for the first night of The Fueled By Ramen 15th Anniversary shows.