New Music Playlist: Fall Out Boy, Queensryche, the Melvins and More
Browse the latest music streams from artists large and small right here, then share your opinion or post your music tips in the comments.
Posted on Mar 28, 2013 03:13 pm
There aren't many off-radar bands on the list this week, but there's some big hitters who are back after time out in the studio.
Queensryche (that's the older version with the original backing band, not the new one with just Geoff Tate) have posted a full song with new singer Todd La Torre, and chart-busting pop kings Fall Out Boy are back. The Melvins have posted another cover song, this time with their take on one of the best Queen songs ever (just our opinion, but we did list it as their best in our official UG Queen top 10 a couple of years ago).
Further down there's some super heavy entrants from lesser known bands, but as usual we'd love to hear your tips for great music in the comments. Share links and your thoughts on the latest streams this week in the comments.
Fall Out Boy "The Phoenix"
Big and poppy, but that's how Fall Out Boy fans like it. Their new album is out in mid-April, and features Courtney Love and Elton John, believe it or not.
This is the Todd La Torre version of Queensryche which features the original backing band, and not the Geoff Tate version. Oh man, this whole arrangement is so confusing.
The Melvins "You're My Best Friend" (Queen cover)
A cute little pocket organ-fuelled cover of the Queen classic, from the Melvins' album of covers "Everybody Loves Sausages" due on April 30.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs "Sacrilege"
We've posted this song before, but here's the official video which just came out that features that ginger model who seems to be in magazines all the time.
True Fallacy "Message"
Proper industrial metal. How often do you hear that these days?
Satan "Siege Mentality"
Old-school style heavy metal from the UK. They have a new album out on May 21 in the US, though European fans get to buy it in late April.
Immolation "Kingdom Of Conspiracy"
Dark and aggressive death metal which apparently deals with "the slow unraveling and breakdown of our societies and the systems and structures behind them." Obviously.
What do you think? Share your ratings in the comments, and post your best new music tips for a chance to get in the UG playlist next week.