A freewheeling, ethereal concept album is greater than the sum of its parts.

The Las Vegas based alternative rock outfit returns from its 2011 effort Vices & Virtues with Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!

Despite the punk band’s adolescent lyrics and too-familiar sound, Green Day delivers a solid ninth album with ¡Uno!

Davey Havok and Jade Puget discuss their work on their new album Bright Black Heaven.

Ramona Gonzalez, better known as electronic artist Nite Jewel, creates a sound all her own on her new album One Second of Love.

With its latest release, Hate, Hawthorne Heights hopes to return to its roots, and will promote the EP on an upcoming national tour.

Lupe Fiasco went through a long waiting period for his newest album, Lasers, to receive an okay from Atlantic Records for its release. His last album, The Cool, shot him into the mainstream scene, but Atlantic still considered it a failure. Lupe wanted to work hard to mold his next album into something really classic, […]

Shapeshifting displays Young Galaxy’s strengths as well as its more abstract music style.

The band announced a March release for its new album.

Minus the Bear’s show at The Wiltern was a showcase for its new tracks as well as a chance for loyal fans to jam to older songs.