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U2 fans have been receiving cryptic letters

  • 11:12 am Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017 by Sam

U2 fans have been receiving mysterious letters in the mail teasing something. The letter features two black silhouettes pasted on top of William Grant’s Songs of Innocence and Experience, which is what inspired Songs of Innocence from U2 in 2014.

The cryptic message states, “Blackout … It’s clear who you are will appear … U2.com” Then at the bottom another one reads “U2 will announce”, then the rest of the sentenced is crossed out with a marker.

The letters were all received yesterday and it is not yet clear what is going to be announced. A single? An album? Whatever it is [More]

Muse, Thirty Seconds To Mars To Rock Tampa Bay This Summer

  • 8:57 pm Sunday, February 5th, 2017 by Kyle Taylor
Muse announces 2017 tour

Muse and Thirty Seconds To Mars are going to rock the Midflorida Credit Union Ampitheatre on May 21 in what is sure to be one of the best shows of the year. The announcement accompanies a 15 city tour, kicking off in West Palm Beach. Next Big Thing alumni, Pvris, will also be opening the already powerful lineup. Listen at 10a, noon, and 2pm all week for your chance to win tickets! 

It’s been almost 4 years since Muse last played Tampa, at what is now Amalie Arena. They previously came to town alongside U2 at Raymond James Stadium. No stranger to the area [More]

The Killers Recording “Heavier” Music, Including a Song About Mike Tyson

  • 1:15 pm Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 by Kyle Taylor
The Killers discuss their upcoming album

We knew The Killers have been working on their fifth studio album since September, but the Las Vegas based alt rockers just opened up to Q Magazine about what to expect from that new record, and they even shared some interesting song titles.

The band’s 2004 release Hot Fuss is arguably their best album to date, and if you were to argue that then you would probably come back at me with Sam’s Town, released in 2006. Over a decade later, two more less than stellar albums in the books, and a mid 30’s Brandon Flowers, one would have to expect a different tone [More]