Bring Me the Horizon made a grand statement with its 2015 album "That’s the Spirit," which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The British quintet will continue to tour behind its fifth studio album into 2017, today (Nov. 7) announcing a run of North American dates with U.S. counterparts Underoath and Beartooth.
Green Day got the ol’ superstar treatment at last night (Nov. 6)’s MTV EMAs, delivering two live performances and taking home Global Icon honors. Today, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool shared the music video for their "Revolution Radio" song, "Still Breathing."
The 2016 MTV EMAs are in the books. The Weeknd, Bruno Mars and a host of other Hot 100 regulars made sure the European edition of the perennially star-studded award show hit just as hard overseas as it did in America just three months earlier. Here are our picks for the best and worst moments of the show.
Green Day didn’t win the Best Live EMA, but they were still ready to bring their live show to the EMA audience. Billie Joe Armstrong and friends rocked out “Bang Bang,” bringing their "Revolution Radio" hit to life before the Rotterdam crowd.
Jimmy Eat World joins the Dave Eggers-curated "30 Days, 30 Songs" series, sharing "My Enemy," a hard-rocking Donald Trump protest song. It follows the Arizona band's new album "Integrity Blues," released last month.
He's worked with Britney Spears, Bruce Springsteen, Zedd, and countless others across a myriad genres. Producer/DJ/vocalist Matthew Koma gace us a behind-the-scenes look at those collabs, in addition to a peek at what's in store with his own solo music on this week's Headliner Interview.
Last year, we watched Bring Me the Horizon go from Epitaph Records to Columbia and transition from metalcore to more streamlined modern rock on their new album, "That’s the Spirit." Now, the Oli Sykes-led band has shared a spellbinding video for "Oh No."