Lamb of God's Randy Blythe Says Writing "Dark Days" "Was Not a Fun Process" 

Credit: Travis ShinnRandy Blythe's new book, Dark Days, details the Lamb of God frontman's incarceration in the Czech Republic and subsequent trial after being charged with manslaughter. The case stemmed from a 2010 incident when a young fan died after falling off the stage at a Lamb of God concert in Prague. Blythe spent 37 days in Pankrác Prison before he stood trial and was acquitted of all charges.

In writing Dark Days, Blythe found he wasn't going to do any healing revisiting the experience.

"Writing this book was not a fun process for me," Blythe tells ABC Radio. "It wasn't cathartic, it wasn't therapeutic. It was what needed to be said, and it was reality. I don't think in any way, shape or form [it] glorifies my experience. It was a really weird experience, and it was very real."

Throughout Dark Days, Blythe does employ a lot of dark humor. The book includes diary entries that he wrote while in prison, including one marked July 4, 2012, which characterized the experience of spending the Fourth of July in a Czech prison as "bizarrely hilarious."

"Keeping a sense of humor about the whole thing served me very well," Blythe says. "While the great overlying feeling surrounding the whole thing is one of sadness to me, I have to laugh at some things, or else it'd just kill me."

Blythe is primarily known as a musician -- Dark Days is his first book -- but he didn't want to write an album about his time in prison. Lamb of God's new album, VII: Sturm und Drang, features just two songs that touch on the subject: "512" and "Still Echoes."

"I didn't think that what I went through was appropriate for a heavy metal record," Blythe explains. "It required something with a little bit more gravity, something that I could handle tactfully and respectfully."

However, that doesn't mean that VII: Sturm und Drang isn't a personal record, as Blythe feels a strong lyrical connection to the album.

"To a degree, this album lyrically is sort of my baby," he tells ABC Radio. "On the last few records Mark [Morton] and I did about 50-50 on the lyric writing, on this one I did about 90 per cent."

Blythe also describes VII: Sturm und Drang as very sonically varied -- the album includes guest spots from Deftones' Chino Moreno and The Dillinger Escape Plan's Greg Puciato, and the song "Overlord" is a rare display of Blythe's clean vocals.

"We got Chino, we got Greg, we got a song with me doing clean vocals," Blythe says. "The album just goes a lot of different places." 

VII: Sturm und Drang will be released on July 24, the same day Lamb of God goes out on tour with Slipknot, Bullet for My Valentine and Motionless in White. Dark Days is available now.

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Dave Grohl Explains Background of Recording "Everlong"

Credit: Hayley MaddenFoo Fighters have a ton of hits, but their 1997 single "Everlong," featured on the band's sophomore album, The Colour and the Shape, is always mentioned as one of the band's best songs. As Dave Grohl explains, the track's iconic riff came from a recording session for another Foo Fighters hit.

"I remember coming up with the riff while we were recording 'Monkey Wrench,'" Grohl says in a video interview for NME. "In between takes, I was fooling around and I found that chord, and I was doing it and I thought, 'Oh, that just sounds like Sonic Youth.' Then I was really into it and I formed it into a 'song-song.'"

The legend of "Everlong" was further bolstered by its famously weird video, directed by Michel Gondry. As it turns out, the "Everlong" video could have been a whole lot stranger.

"You should have seen what Michel Gondry wanted to do," Grohl says. "The idea, he pitched it to me, it took him an hour to explain it, and I had to tell him, 'Dude, you know the song's four f****** minutes long, right?'"

"[Actress] Daryl Hannah was supposed to be my love interest!" he adds.

Foo Fighters are currently on tour in support of their latest album, Sonic Highways.

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Russell Wilson on Ciara: "I Love Her to Death!"

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After revealing he's abstaining from sex with Ciara, Russell Wilson is now professing his love for the singer.

In an interview with Extra, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback revealed his deep feelings for Ci Ci.  “I don't think we're taking things slow, I think we're just trying to always put each other first, it's gonna be a great thing and I love her to death,” he says.

Russell has also gushed over his lady via social media and recently declared that she's "the one" on Instagram.

The pair have been romantically linked since April, just seven months after Ciara split with ex-fiance Future.

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Why Rachel Platten Didn't Take the Easy Way Out

Columbia RecordsRachel Platten struggled for 10 years to make it in the music business, and she's finally hit the big time with her empowerment anthem, "Fight Song."  But these days, singers don't necessarily have to struggle: they can audition for The Voice or American Idol or other shows and try to get discovered that way.  So why didn't Rachel do that?  Because she felt her journey wasn't supposed to include the easy way out.

After years of taking every gig that was offered and being constantly broke, Rachel tells ABC Radio, "People kept asking me, 'Well, wouldn't this be a lot easier? Why don't you just go on a TV show?' Like, nothing against those shows -- 'cause those people have worked really hard too and when they break, it's not luck...that's a lot of preparation -- but that wasn't how I felt that my journey was supposed to go."

She adds, "I kinda felt like I needed to build it more grass roots...I don't know, maybe I wanted it to be harder for some reason!"

So if Rachel decided to reject the shortcut of reality show stardom, why did she keep pursuing music after trying and failing for ten years?  Why not just decided on another career path when things didn't happen for her?  "I have this crazy thing in my head that doesn't let me give up. I don't know," she tells ABC Radio. "I've been trying to explain it to people and I don't know how to explain it other than I think it's nuts."

"I think anyone else would have looked at these circumstances and been like, 'Okay, clearly I need to move on,'" she adds. "But I would never let myself."

But it was those years of struggling, Rachel says, that led to her coming up with a certain song that gave her the inspiration to keep going -- and is now inspiring others.

"I think taking that long was what got [me to write] 'Fight Song,'" she says. "So, I feel lucky that I didn't try to take a shortcut!"

Rachel's currently on tour with Colbie Caillat and Christina Perri on their Girls Night Out...Boys Can Come Too Tour.

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Vance Joy Debuts Video for "Great Summer" Off "Paper Towns" Soundtrack

Darren AnkenmanVance Joy has debuted the new music video for his song, “Great Summer,” off the Paper Towns soundtrack.

The video features Vance singing against a roadmap backdrop, and also includes new footage from the film, starring Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff.

It just so happens that both Vance and Cara have joined their mutual pal Taylor Swift on tour this year. Vance is one of Taylor’s opening acts, and Cara appeared on stage with Taylor as a surprise guest at her London and Philadelphia shows.

Vance also performed a live stream concert Friday night at a Paper Towns event that also included a Q&A from the cast and author John Green.

The film, a teen drama based on John Green’s book of the same name, hits theaters July 24.

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Watch Duran Duran in the Studio with Nile Rodgers and Mark Ronson

Stephanie PistelWondering what a recording session with Duran Duran, Nile Rodgers and "Uptown Funk" super-producer Mark Ronson is like? Billboard has a new behind-the-scenes video that shows how the collaborators came together to make Duran Duran’s latest single, “Pressure Off.”

Duran Duran and Nile worked together back in the ‘80s, but it was Mark who suggested they reunite for this new track.

“It was the first time that Nile had been in a room with us playing live together for a long time,” says keyboardist Nick Rhodes. “It was inevitable when everybody plugged in that there was going to be a lot of electricity in the room.”

Their upcoming album, Paper Gods, also features an unlikely contribution from Lindsay Lohan. According to the band, the actress provides a spoken-word interlude on the song “Danceophobia.” Nick explains to Billboard: “We wanted something like [the voiceover by] Vincent Price on Michael Jackson’s 'Thriller,' but with more of a sexy girl vibe.”

The band  -- including frontman Simon Le Bon, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Taylor -- has never shied away from trying new things. “They’ve always been so interested in pushing the envelope,” Mark Ronson says. “We think of [their hits] as bubbly pop tunes, but they were the first to use drum and vocal samplers.”

And they’re still going strong, after more than 30 years together. “We were the last band people thought would carry on,” says Simon. “They thought we were a flash in the pan, contrived, probably put together by management.”

He says that he has “great sympathy” for British boy band One Direction. “They are a cash cow for so many people ... there’s a huge pressure to never take a break,” he says. He adds that Harry Styles “seems to be a decent chap. That makes me think he is handling it all very well.”

Duran Duran will release Paper Gods on September 11. They kick off a string of U.S. tour dates on August 5 with the FOLD Festival in Riverhead, New York.

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Watch Video of Peter Frampton's Performance from Upcoming Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute Show DVD

Loud & Proud RecordsA video of a performance by Peter Frampton from the upcoming Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute concert DVD One More for the Fans! has gotten its exclusive premiere at  The clip shows Frampton playing a rocking rendition of J.J. Cale's "Call Me the Breeze," a song Skynyrd covered on its 1974 sophomore album, Second Helping.

Frampton tells Billboard that he gladly agreed to take part in the star-studded show -- held this past November at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta -- because he's long had a close association with the Southern rock legends.

"We've known each other through thick and thin, literally," the British guitar whiz explains.  "We've played many, many concerts together.  And we went through their [1977] air disaster together because my crew was off the road with me and had joined Lynyrd Skynyrd for that tour.  It's just always been a pleasure to do anything with them, and I enjoyed the whole experience of doing that show.  It was much more of a family experience for me, that whole day."

Lynyrd Skynyrd -- One More for the Fans! will be released as a CD/DVD on Friday, July 24, and the video portion also will be broadcast this Sunday, July 19, on AXS TV at 8 p.m. ET.  Among the many other stars who performed at the concert were Gregg Allman, Cheap Trick, Gov't Mule, John Hiatt, Donnie Van Zant and Charlie Daniels, as well as the current Skynyrd lineup.  Don Was served as the evening's musical director and played bass in the house band that backed many of the artists.

"Oh man, it was a great evening," says founding Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington about the show.  "It was a tribute to the music and everybody came.  All our friends and the great artists who were there were just great.  It was very humbling, and I was in awe of all those guys."

A trailer for One More for the Fans! and a few of the concert's other performances, including Allman's version of "Tuesday's Gone" and Cheap Trick's rendition of "Gimme Back My Bullets, have been posted on the Loud & Proud Records' official YouTube channel.  You can check out the release's full track list at

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Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival Reveals Daily Lineups

Pilgrimage FestivalTennessee's two-day Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival has announced the daily lineups for its inaugural festival. Weezer will headline the festival's opening day, September 26, while Band of Horses will play its closing day, September 27.

The first day of Pilgrimage will also feature Cage the Elephant, Wilco and Saint Motel. The Decemberists join Band of Horses on the day-two lineup.

The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival will be held September 26 and 27 in Franklin, Tennessee. Visit for the full lineup and ticket details.

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Sevyn Streeter Releases New Project, "Shoulda Been There Pt. 1"

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As she continues working on her upcoming album, Sevyn Streeter has released a music project, Shoulda Been There Pt. 1.

While the project is available at digital retailers, Sevyn posted the project on her SoundCloud page. The 13-track project includes her Chris Brown-assisted single "Don’t Kill the Fun," a duet with her boyfriend B.o.B and "Boomerang" with Hit-Boy.

“If I experience it, I write it and I make a song out of it,” says Sevyn. “And that’s what these records are…so I just kinda want to let ya’ll into the last year-and-a-half of my life and let’s talk about it.”

Her debut, On the Verge, arrives later this year.

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Florida Georgia Line Looking to Dig a Little Deeper on Upcoming Third Album

Republic NashvilleFlorida Georgia Line showed they have a deeper side with "Dirt," the lead single from their sophomore album, Anything Goes. Since then, they've gone back to releasing three party anthems in a row -- "Sun Daze," "Sippin' on Fire" and the title track, "Anything Goes." Those singles follow the good-time anthem hits from their debut album, Here's to the Good Times, including "Cruise," "This Is How We Roll," "Round Here," and "Get Your Shine On."

If you're hoping to see the duo change things up content-wise on their next album, you may be in luck. It seems the pair, who are now both married men, realize they need to sing about more than just constant drinking and partying as they get older. They're currently writing and recording for that third album, and FGL's Brian Kelley tells Michigan's The Daily Tribune, "I just think the songs are gonna be better and different. I think they’re gonna be deeper. I think there are points we haven’t touched on. I think people are gonna get to know us even more."

Florida Georgia Line heads to Cincinnati for a stadium show with Luke Bryan Saturday night.

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Ray Davies Says His Relationship with His Brother Dave Is "More Like Satan and Jesus" than Cain and Abel

Decca Label GroupIn a recent interview with U.K. newspaper The Guardian, The Kinks' Ray Davies was -- surprise! -- asked about his notoriously contentious relationship with his younger brother and longtime band mate, Dave, and how he felt about a possible reunion.

When the interview pointed that Dave Davies had compared his relationship with his older sibling to "Cain and Abel," Ray responded by quipping, "It's more like Satan and Jesus."

Ray also revealed he doesn't see Dave that much since his brother lives in the U.S., while adding, "I'd miss him if he wasn't around.  There are some things you have with people you grew up with -- everybody has that with their first friends -- a connection that remains no matter how long it is since you've seen them."

When told that Dave had recently said he is still interested in a Kinks reunion, Ray said, "When he says he's up for a reunion, does it say what he's referring to?  He can decorate my house if he wants."

The 71-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer added, "Whether we do anything else as the Kinks depends on what people want out of it."  He then explained how he'd recently watched The Who perform at the Glastonbury Festival and thought it "was a lovely show and it brought their music to a new generation, which is wonderful."  Ray also explained that he admired The Who for always being "very business-minded."  As for his own group, he said, "I dunno about the Kinks.  Such a special band, a bunch of misfits who seemed to gel together."

Ray did admit that there was a positive byproduct to his antagonistic relationship with his brother.

"Dave provides fire, or the fuel to light my fire, sometimes," he noted. "I miss some of that."

Meanwhile, Ray confirmed that his next music project will be an album inspired by his recent memoir Americana.  He explained that the series of U.K. shows he'll be playing this summer "will probably be the last time people will hear certain songs [from the Kinks catalog]."  He added, "I'm moving on.  Once I've finished the Americana thing, I might not go back on the road for a while."

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Ed Sheeran Grants Terminally Ill Fan's Bucket-List Wish

Jason Merritt/Getty Images via ABCEd Sheeran helped one terminally ill fan complete an item on her bucket list. Channon Petrides, a 22-year-old with cystic fibrosis, got to meet the singer backstage before one of his recent Wembley gigs in London.

Channon, who recently took herself off the organ transplant wait list, wrote a list of things she wants to do before she dies -- and that included going to an Ed Sheeran concert, and possibly meeting him. She made a GoFundMe page to help achieve her goals, and her wishes were apparently noticed by Ed.

She received an email from Ed's camp before his July 10 gig that read, “Ed would like to invite you plus one back to say hello tomorrow before the show.”

“He was so lovely and genuine, he had a great sense of humor and was really easy to get on with,” Channan told U.K.’s The Mirror after the concert. “He signed my program and we took some selfies together. He smelled amazing.”

Next up on her bucket list: a trip to Cornwall with her friends, a hot air balloon ride and a One Direction concert.

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Trey Songz Lands Las Vegas Residency

Image Courtesy James Dimmock/Atlantic RecordsTrey Songz has announced plans to kick off his residency this weekend at Las Vegas' Drai’s Beachclub.

"Vegas! Join me this Saturday Night @draislv for the launch of my residency! Buy your tix," Trey tweeted before adding the link for Sin City's only indoor/outdoor rooftop club.

Organizers have revealed that the singer is scheduled to perform at the 65,000-square foot venue on July 18, tickets range from 4$0 for women and $60 for men.

The singer joins a growing list of high profile entertainers on the Drai's lineup -- previously announced performers include Miguel, The Weeknd, Chris Brown, Ciara, 50 Cent, Akon, J. Cole, Tyga and others.

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Saint Asonia Debuts New Track, "Let Me Live My Life" 

Credit: Travis ShinnSaint Asonia has revealed a third track from their forthcoming, self-titled debut. Titled "Let Me Live My Life," the new song finds lead singer Adam Gontier angry over the "knife that you stuck in my back." You can listen to "Let Me Live My Life," and watch the accompanying lyric video, now on YouTube.

Gontier, the former frontman for Three Days Grace, created Saint Asonia with Staind guitarist Mike Mushok. The band also includes bassist Corey Lowery, and former Finger Eleven drummer Rich Beddoe.

"Let Me Live My Life" follows previously released Saint Asonia songs "Better Place" and "Blow Me Wide Open." Saint Asonia the album will be released on July 31.

Saint Asonia will embark on a two-week tour in support of their debut record on August 14 in Oklahoma City. The set list will feature Three Days Grace and Staind songs, as well as selections from Saint Asonia.

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Jason Aldean Not Planning a Duet with Wife, Brittany, Any Time Soon

Broken Bow RecordsJason Aldean's wife, Brittany Kerr, once competed as a contestant on American Idol, but you shouldn't expect to hear a duet between the lovebirds on country radio any time soon.

"I don’t know if she wants any part of the music business anymore," Jason tells The Minneapolis Star-Tribune.  "She’s a great singer and would probably do fairly well. She had a little taste of all of that stuff. She can sing in the car and in the shower and here in the house, but I don’t know if she cares to pursue it as a career."

Jason plays two shows with Kenny Chesney at Target Field in Minneapolis this weekend.

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Tom Petty Says He Plans to Start Recording a New Mudcrutch Album in August

Sam Jones/Warner Bros. RecordsTom Petty says his next project will be a new album with his pre-Heartbreakers band Mudcrutch, who first reunited several years back to record a self-titled debut that was released in 2008.  Petty tells Rolling Stone that the group is planning to reassemble in August to start work on the album, while admitting that he has only written about four songs for it so far.

"I'm kind of frantically working on material for that right now, really over the past month," he reveals.  "The good thing is that everybody brings in a song so I don't have to write 12 or something. But I'm working on it."

Petty tells Rolling Stone that he really enjoys recording with Mudcrutch, which also features founding Hearbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell and keyboardist Benmont Tench, along with drummer Randall Marsh and guitarist/singer Tom Leadon.

"It was just so much fun [making Mudcrutch] and I think that's one of the better albums I was ever involved in," he says.  "I'm hoping it's something like that again.  It'd kind of intimidating to have to follow it up."

Tom says the band will work on the album at the same place they made the last one, The Heartbreakers' Los Angeles studio The Clubhouse.  He adds that he's hoping Mudcrutch will record the new album in a similar way that they made the first one, which only took 10 days.

"The wild thing about the last album is that the vocals and even the harmony vocals were done live on the floor of the studio at the same time we played it, so there weren't many overdubs," Petty points out.  "I'm hoping we can do that again."

Petty tells the magazine that another thing he finds fun about working with Mudcrutch is that he gets the chance to play bass rather than guitar in the group.  He also says he loves playing with Marsh, because "he's a drummer that plays to the vocal rather than being hung up on the bass and stuff."  As for Leadon, who's the brother of founding Eagles member Bernie Leadon, Tom says he's "just out of sight on the guitar."

Following the release of Mudcrutch's first album, the band only mounted a brief West Coast tour before Petty turned his focus back to the Heartbreakers.  He says he'd like to support the next album with a trek that sees Mudcrutch getting to play the East Coast too.

Meanwhile, Petty tells Rolling Stone that after he's finished with the upcoming Mudcrutch project, he likely will just continue to work with The Heartbreakers, and that he has no interest in making any more solo albums.

"There's nobody I'm longing to play with, and I'd rather play with [The Heartbreakers]," he insists.  "At this point in my life, it's such an honor to play with Benmont and Mike.  It's just my favorite band to play with."

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Eminem Is Still Trying to "Figure Out" Approach for Next Solo Album

Aftermath RecordsAlthough he's contributed to the Southpaw soundtrack, Eminem is telling fans that they may have to wait longer for new material, because Slim Shady is still trying to "figure out" the direction for this next album. 

In a new interview with The New York Times in promotion of the upcoming film, which he executive produced, the rapper reveals that he hasn't started working on his next studio effort. 

"I’m just trying to figure out what to do next musically," he says. "There’ll be a certain page that I get on, and I’m like, 'OK, I’ve done it this way.' Sometimes I think that if I get comfortable or set in my ways of doing something, maybe I should step back for a minute and figure out how to mix it up a little bit."

Em reveals that even after all his success he feels like he must outperform his previous material.  "I feel like I’m still trying to. And sometimes I don’t know if that’s always a good thing," he says. "I’m my own worst nightmare in that sense."

You can read the full interview online now.

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CeeLo Green Announces New Single, “Robin Williams” 

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CeeLo Green has released a brand-new song titled “Robin Williams,” the lead offering from his upcoming album, Heart Blanche.

The song pays tribute to the late comedian Robin Williams, who died last August at age 63. "I'm afraid of not being able to laugh anymore," CeeLo sings, "We don't know what the next man's going through/Wish I could say it in a plainer way/Life reminds me of Robin Williams/We've got to laugh the pain away."

“‘Robin Williams’ is a homage to our humanity,” says CeeLo in a statement, “centered around the strength it takes to smile in the face of adversity.”

The video accompanying the single was created in partnership with technology company Interlude, and allows users to watch as the single’s lyrics are typed into the Google search bar while simultaneously letting them click seamlessly between Google, Google Images, Google Shopping, and Google Videos.

Heart Blanche, which marks the singer's first album in nearly five years, arrives worldwide November 13. The set serves as the follow-up to 2010’s The Lady Killer.

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Switchfoot's Jon Foreman Releases New EP, "Shadows"; Debuts "Caroline" Video

Credit: Aaron RedfieldSwitchfoot frontman Jon Foreman's The Wonderlands project continues with Shadows. The second release in the four-EP series is now available for download on iTunes.

Like Sunlight before it, Shadows features six new tracks. The entire The Wonderlands series will contain 24 songs -- one for each hour of the day. Each song was recorded with a different producer, including Paramore's Taylor York and Grouplove's Andrew Wessen.

Along with Shadows, Foreman also released a video for "Caroline," the lead single from The Wonderlands. You can watch the "Caroline" clip, which features many loving shots of oceans and the sky, now on YouTube.

Foreman is currently on tour with Switchfoot, but he will embark on his own solo tour in support of The Wonderlands on August 25 in San Antonio.

Here is the track list for The Wonderlands: Shadows:

"Ghost Machine"
"My Coffin"
"Fake Your Own Death"
"Good for Me"
"Your Love Is Enough"
"Siren's Song"

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Atreyu Reveals Title Track from Upcoming Album, "Long Live" 

Image Courtesy of Atom Splitter PRAtreyu has debuted the title track from their forthcoming comeback album, Long Live. The song is accompanied by an eerie video featuring hooded figures and doppelgangers. You can listen to and watch the video for "Long Live" now on YouTube.

Long Live, Atreyu's sixth album, will be released on September 18. The record is Atreyu's first since 2009's Congregation of the Damned.

Along with the song premiere, Atreyu also has announced plans for a fall tour in support of Long Live. The trek kicks off on Long Live's release date in Pomona, California and will wrap up October 12 in Norfolk, Virginia.

Here is the Long Live track list:

"Long Live"
"Live to Labor"
"I Would Kill/Lie/Die (For You)"
"Cut Off the Head"
"A Bitter Broken Memory"
"Do You Know Who You Are?"
"Heartbeats and Flatlines"
"Brass Balls"
"Moments Before Dawn"
"Start to Break"

Here are Atreyu's fall tour dates:

9/18 -- Pomona, CA, The Glasshouse
9/19 -- Sacramento, CA, Ace of Spades
9/20 -- Los Angeles, CA, Troubadour
10/2 -- Detroit, MI, Crofoot Ballroom
10/5 -- Toronto, ON, Opera House
10/6 -- Montreal, QC, Corona Theater
10/7 -- New York, NY, Irving Plaza
10/9 -- Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club
10/11 -- Baltimore, MD, Baltimore Sound Stage
10/12 -- Norfolk, VA, The Norva

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