Green Day's first of three albums in four months, Uno!, comes out on September 25. Dos! will follow in November, and Tre! will wrap things up in January. You can also catch frontman Billie Joe Armstrong as a talent coach on the upcoming season of The Voice on NBC, two forthcoming full-length documentaries, and their own Green Day Angry Birds game.
The clip for "Oh Love" makes me wonder what music video shoots were like in the late-80s during the band performance portions. The scantily-clad women just sit around while the band plays the song fifty times, and everyone looks bored.
AWOLNATION crafted their own lyric video for "Kill Your Heroes." Check that out here.
Coheed & Cambria return with The Afterman: Ascension on October 9. A second part, The Afterman: Descention will follow in February. The gritty, epic clip for "Domino The Destitute" follows the rise and fall of a boxer from competition to crime and shows frontman Claudio Sanchez making scary faces.
The Joy Formidable's "Wolf's Law" is a lush, gorgeous slow-building song with an equally beautiful video. The song is our first taste off the Welsh trio's next album - title and release TBA.
Florida-by-way-of-Brooklyn hipster-pop duo Sleigh Bells go for wistful bike rides in "End Of The Line." It's the latest from their recent album Reign Of Terror.