We’re back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Aerosmith, Coheed and Cambria, Bad Religion, All That Remains, Green Day, Hatebreed, Johnny Marr, Suicide Silence and more. Don’t touch that dial!
Suicide Silence vocalist Mitch Lucker passed away last week after sustaining injuries in a motorcycle crash. Our hearts go out to his young daughter, his wife and all of his family, friends and fans. May he rest in peace.
Hatebreed will release their new album, The Divinity of Purpose, on January 29 via Razor & Tie. The artwork can be seen here.
Johnny Marr release a solo album entitled The Messenger on February 26 via Sire/ADA. This marks the influential The Smiths guitarist’s first solo venture.
Stream Aerosmith‘s new album, Music From Another Dimension!, here. The legendary rockers’ 15th studio album is out this week on Columbia Records.
Stream All That Remains‘ new album, A War You Cannot Win, here. It’s out this week on Razor & Tie.
Listen to a new Bad Religion song entailed “Fuck You” here. The punk band’s new album, True North, will be released on January 22 via Epitaph Records.
Watch Green Day‘s music video for “The Forgotten” here. The track will appear on the Twilight: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 soundtrack.
Watch Whitechapel‘s music video for “Possibilities of an Impossible Existence” here. It was shot on the 2012 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Their self-titled album is out now on Metal Blade Records.
Watch Napalm Death‘s music video for “Everyday Pox” here. Utilitarian is out now on Century Media Records.
Watch How to Destroy Angels‘ music video for “Keep It Together” here. The latest project from Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor will release its new EP, An Omen, on November 13 via Columbia Records.
Watch August Burns Red‘s animated music video for “Sleigh Ride” here. The metalcore band’s Christmas album, Sleddin’ Hill, is out now on Solid State Records.
Watch Secret Fun Club‘s music video for “Kathleen Turner Overdrive” here. It spoofs the hokey works of Ed Wood. The band’s debut album, Skull With Antlers, is out now on Three One G.
Coheed and Cambria, Between the Buried and Me and Russian Circles will be touring together next year. Dates can be found here.
Soilwork are planning lengthy North American headline tour. Dates are here.
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