New Music of the Day: Tenacious D today confirmed the long-awaited follow-up to 2006's Pick of Destiny will in fact be titled Rize of the Fenix.
In addition to cover art, the band -- still just Jack Black and Kyle Gass -- has released a snippet from the album's title track, which you can hear below.
New Music of the Day: "Simple Song" -- the first official track from The Shins' first studio album since 2007's Wincing the Night Away -- has surfaced.
Port of Morrow is set to drop in March 20th via James Mercer's record label, Aural Apothecary.
New Music of the Day: James Blake & Bon Iver - "Fall Creek Boys Choir"
The long-awaited "chance meeting" collaboration debuted today on BBC Radio 1. According to an interview with Blake, he and Justin Vernon have a few other tracks in the works, but no additional info has been made available as of yet.
New Music of the Day: Tom DeLonge takes the lead on Blink-182's first track in six years, "Up All Night."
The song, which premiered last night on KROQ, is the lead single off the band's sixth studio album Neighborhoods -- its first LP since 2003's Blink-182 -- due out September 27th via Geffen.
New Radiohead Album of the Day: "Thank you for waiting": And just like that, a brand spankin' new Radiohead studio album is set to drop this weekend. The King of Limbs is available for pre-order right now, and will be available as a digital download this Saturday, 2/19.
Radioheadheads also have the option of pre-ordering a "Newspaper Album" ve