Escape The Fate has revealed their new album track list which also includes special guests Caleb Shomo (ex-Attack Attack/Beartooth) and Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy). Check it out below!
- 1. Ungrateful
- 2. Until We Die
- 3. Live Fast, Die Beautiful (feat. Caleb Shomo)
- 4. Forget About Me
- 5. You’re Insane
- 6. Chemical Love
- 7. Picture Perfect (feat. Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy)
- 8. Risk It All
- 9. Desire
- 10. One For The Money
- 11. Fire It Up
- Bonus Tracks:
- 12. Losing Control
- 13. Forever
6:30 AM PST 12/24/2012 by Alan Light
In a guest post, the author of the just-released book “The Holy or the Broken: Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley, and the Unlikely Ascent of ‘Hallelujah’” sheds light on the song’s any occasion timelessness.
Once again, Leonard Cohen’s incomparable, ubiquitous anthem, “Hallelujah,” is having a moment.[…]
So expect to keep hearing “Hallelujah” in singing contests, in ceremonies marking the most critical moments in peoples’ lives, and in settings we can’t yet imagine. “The song keeps coming up, and every time it’s like it’s brand new,” said Patrick Stump of the pop-punk band Fall Out Boy. “It sounds new every time you hear it.”
The Holy or the Broken is out now.
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by Martin Bryant on 13 December 2012
You can see the top ten most popular artists and songs at the foot of this post, and you can explore the data for yourself via Last.fm’s special interactive mini-site.
Let’s round off with the most popular tracks and artists on Last.fm over the last decade. Happy birthday, you big data pioneer!
Whatever It Takes is a unique artwork campaign launched by 21st Century Leaders Foundation. Over 600 leaders in the worlds of fashion, film, television, art, music andsport, have donated their artworks and have signed messages of hope for the future.[…]
We’re sure the All Time Low dudes are sweet and all, but we’d serrrrriously appreciate it if they’d just release their forthcoming Don’t Panic album early rather than releasing song after song after song! And don’t get us wrong — song after song is way better than no songs at all, but still — we’re basically about to lose it with all this waiting. If you’ve lost track, we’ll remind you that so far we’ve already heard the full version of “For Baltimore,” watched a cheeky lyric video for “Somewhere In Neverland,” and now ATL has released the full-length version of their latest tune, “Outlines.”
Listen to All Time Low’s “Outlines” after the jump.
Co-written with Patrick Stump (no biggie, just the lead singer and guitarist of Fall Out Boy) and featuring Jason Vena of Acceptance, “Outlines” is the kind of rock jam that makes you want to drive with the top down, and then, cough, make out with someone: “I’m just a moment/ so don’t let me pass you by/ We could be a story in the morning/ But we’ll be a legend tonight.” You know what? I think ATL is on to something here…because I can’t tell you how many times I’ve woken up feeling guilty that I didn’t rage harder the night before. Honestly, does being on time for my Pilates class really outweigh being a legend the night before? NOPE.