Imagine Dragons bring the same inspirational energy to "Demons" as their earlier singles. The action jumps from a packed concert into the personal lives of several concertgoers who've battle less metaphorical demons of their own. A tag at the clip's conclusion dedicates the video to the memory of Tyler Robinson, a young Imagine Dragons fan who succumbed to cancer, and some video of Robinson singing part of "It's Time" with Imagine Dragons' singer Dan Reynolds at a previous concert.
The band asks fans to consider donating to the Tyler Robinson Foundation - a non-profit set up by the victim's family to provide financial assistance to families battling pediatric cancer. You can check out TylerRobinsonFoundation.com.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs seem to reclaim some of the swagger of their 2004 debut with the title track of their recent album Mosquito. Watching a computer-generated bug feed from a little boy's hand is a little icky, but looks pretty cool.
Falling In Reverse will put out their second album Fashionbly Late on June 18. "Alone" peppers electronic drums, autotuning, and Ronnie Radke rapping in addition to the band's usual punk-metal style. It's a bit of a departure from a lot of the material on their debut The Drug In Me Is You. What do you think? (NSFW language)
"Goddamn you half-Japanese girls/ do it to me every time" shouted Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo at the start of his classic song "El Scorcho". Rivers is a bit of a Japanophile, and he wrote/recorded an entire album in that language along with Scott Murphy (ex-Allister). Scott & Riversself-titled debut is out now digitally. Here's "Homely Girl".
The latest round of revelations from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden expose some of the high-profile targets the agency has monitored — and there are some odd names on the list.