Radio 66.6 – Weekly Music News from the Crypt: June 18, 2012

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Radio 66.6 - Weekly Music News from the CryptWe’re back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Green Day, Dying Fetus, Dinosaur Jr., Of Mice & Men, Every Time I Die, Fozzy, The Devil Wears Prada, Radiohead and more. Don’t touch that dial!

Fozzy will release Sin and Bones on August 14 via Century Media Records. The band is fronted by WWE wrestler Chris Jericho.

Obey the Brave have signed to Epitaph Records and Distort Entertainment. Their debut album, Young Blood, will be out on August 28. Watch the video announcement here. The Canadian metalcore band features former Despised Icon vocalist Alex Erian.

After less than a year with the band, vocalist Elliot Coleman has left Tesseract. Watch a video statement here.

Victory records has signed UK metalcore band Continents. Watch the announcement video here.

Molotov Solution have broken up. Read a brief statement here.

Dinosaur Jr. will release a new album entitled I Bet On Sky on September 18 via Jagjaguwar Records.

For Today drummer David Morrison has left the band in order to do mission work in South America. He has been replaced by David Puckett (ex-The Crimson Armada). Watch a video statement from Morrison here.

A state collapsed in a Toronto park just a few hours before Radiohead were slated to appear. The band’s drum tech was killed in the accident and others were injured. Needless to say, the show was cancelled. Read a news story on the incident here.

Listen to a new Of Mice & Men song entitled “The Depths” here. It comes from the upcoming deluxe reissue of The Flood, which will be out on July 24 via Rise Records.

Listen to a new Nachtmystium song entitled “Borrowed Hope and Broken Dreams” here. The psychedelic black metal band’s sixth album, Silencing Machine, will be released on July 30 via Century Media Records.

Listen to a new Baroness song entitled “March To The Sea” here. The band’s new double album, Yellow & Green, will be released on July 17 via Relapse Records.

Listen to a new Thick as Blood song entitled “Full Measure” here. The band’s new album, Living Proof, will be released on July 10 via Rise Records.

Listen to a new Senses Fail song entitled “Vines” here. it’s one of four new tracks that will be included with the band’s upcoming best of compilation, Follow Your Bliss, which comes out this week.

Listen to a new A Tragedy In Progress song entitled “Better Left Alone” here. The band features original members of Across Five Aprils. Their new album, Mechanical Weather, will be released on August 28 via Indianola Records.

Watch a trailer for Green Day‘s ¡Uno! here. The album, the first in a trilogy, will be released on September 25 via Reprise Records.

Watch Every Time I Die‘s music video for “A Typical Miracle” here. The band’s new album, Ex Lives, is out now on Epitaph Records.

Watch Dying Fetus‘ music video for “From Womb to Waste” here. The technical death metal band’s seventh album, Reign Supreme, is out this week on Relapse Records.

Watch Polar Bear Club‘s music video for “Screams In Caves” here. The band’s latest album, Clash Battle Guilt Pride, is out now on Bridge Nine Records.

Watch The Devil Wears Prada‘s live video for “Sassafras” here. It comes from the metalcore band’s upcoming live CD/DVD, Dead & Alive, which is due out on June 26 via Ferret Music.

Watch Ministry‘s music video for “Ghouldiggers” here. The industrial metal band’s latest album, Relapse, is out now on AFM Records.

Watch New Found Glory‘s music video for “Summer Fling, Don’t Mean a Thing” here. It’s a great summer song and video. Catch the band on the Warped Tour this summer.

Watch Five Finger Death Punch‘s music video for “Coming Down” here. The video aims to raise awareness for suicide prevention. The band’s latest album, American Capitalist, is available now.

Dinosaur Jr.‘s U.S. headlining tour dates can be found here.

Blondie and Devo will team up for the Whip It to Shreds tour. Dates can be found here.

In addition to their previously announced Chicago and Philadelphia events, Riot Fest has added stops in Brooklyn, Toronto and Dallas. There are a lot of great bands playing each date. Details can be found here.

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