Taking Back Sunday Stream ‘New Again’ In Full


If you can’t wait the full five days before ‘New Again’ is released to the world, then Taking Back Sunday have you covered. The Long Island quintet are streaming their fourth studio album in full on their Official Myspace Page, so get ahead of the curve and be one of the first tohave a listen.

In other news,TBS have also been added to the envious bill of bands set to support Blink 182 on their mammouth tour of the US this summer, full dates can be found HERE.

What are your thoughts on ‘New Again’, on first listen we’re definitely not disappointed, ‘Everything Must Go’ has been a stand out from the start and has single written all over it. It’s certainly a progression from ‘Louder Now’ and fans wanting the bands to go back to the sounds of album one and two will probably be disappointed, for the rest of the world it seems like TBS have given us another catchy as hell album with a few surprises.

You Me At Six Butcher Fall Out Boy Song

UK sickly-sweet popstars You Me At Six have attempted to cover Fall Out Boy’s hugely popular single ‘Sugar We’re Goin’ Down’ from 2005’s ‘From Under The Cork Tree’.

You can hear the god-awful b-side on their upcoming single ‘Finders Keepers’, or if you don’t want to waste your hard earned cash you can listen above. To be completely biased, it sounds like a disaster, but coming from someone who thinks the world’s obsession with the ‘band’ is a farce in itself they were never going to win us over. I think it’s his voice to be honest.

If anyone wants to protest and tell us what you see in them then feel free. What do you think of the cover? Good or shite?

Gerard Way Becomes Father To Baby Girl! (w/ Official Statement)

My Chemical Romance frontman, Gerard Way and Mindless Self Indulgence bassist Lindsey(Lyn-Z) Ballato-Way welcomed their first child, Bandit Lee Way into the world on 27th May 2009.

Mindless Self Indulgence’s press officer sent the following release out today, it reads as follows:

Mindless Self Indulgence bassist Lyn-Z and her husband, My Chemical Romance vocalist and comic book writer Gerard Way, welcomed a baby girl into the world yesterday afternoon.

Their daughter, Bandit Lee Way, was born in Los Angeles at 2:57 P.M. on May 27th and weighs 6 lbs., 5.6 oz. “Everyone is healthy and happy.” Says a rep for the couple.

The couple, who announced plans to have a baby late in 2008 left it up to our good old friend the internet to break the happy news. MCR bassist Mikey Way reposted this ‘tweet’ on his official Twitter account from director and family friend Levar Burton: “@levarburton: Congrats to my friends Gerard & Lindsey who are first time parents as of 2:57pm PST.Welcome Bandit Lee Way…!”

We offer our congratulations to the proud parents, Bandit is a pretty badass name wouldn’t you agree?

In other news, an official post on revealed that the band will be heading into the studio in the next few weeks to start work on their fourth full-length album, the band’s first effort since 2006’s The Black Parade. Mindless Self Indulgence also welcomed another new face into the family last week, as an official update revealed that guitarist Steve Righ?’s wife Lucinda has given birth to baby Violet.

Placebo To Premiere Battle For The Sun To Fans First

For the first time ever, UK alt-rock legends, Placebo will be allowing fans the first listen of highly anticipated new album, Battle For The Sun a full week before its worldwide release.

The Exclusive Fan Playback will become available on May 29th, where those of you too eager to wait with the rest of the world will have to sign up to official site to get your mits on an exclusive code. You can listen until your hearts content until 31st May when playback will end and then you’ll have to wait for Battle Of The Sun to be released on June 8th. So don’t say that multi-million selling rock bands don’t give you anything!

In other Placebo news, Brian and the boys have just announced a UK tour to support their Reading Festival appearance. The details on this and other Placebo goodness can be found RIGHT HERE.

Punk legends The Offspring announce UK show


Iconic true-Punkers The Offspring have announced a UK date for this summer. The Dexter Holland-fronted superstars will play Brixton Academy in London on 25th August. Tickets officially go on sale on Friday but as usual, Fancore has got your back. You can pick up pre-sale tickets HERE. See you down there!

Beastie Boys announce new album “Hot Sauce Committee”


Rap crossover legends the Beastie Boys have announced plans to release a new album. The band say they will “offer insights into how [the record] was crafted” on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. It is set to be entitled Hot Sauce Committee. No release date has been set as of now, we will post as soon as it is announced.

Enter Shikari release “Juggernauts” remixes


Dancecore heroes Enter Shikari have released two remixes of their upcoming single Juggernauts, to publicise it’s 1st June release.

Frontman Rou Reynolds talks us through the remixes:


‘A Local label to us and good mates who we thought could give Juggers a tidy dubstep mix; and that’s exactly what they’ve done! They’ve kept the feel good vibe of the track which isn’t really heard much in the dubstep world but I think it really works and sounds gorgeous.’



‘We’ve always really looked up to Nero as drum and bass producers, and felt they could do a great job with Juggers. He really accentuates the euphoria of the tune and rivals any big dance floor club banger with this!’

The St Albans boys’ new album Common Dreads is out on 15th June. An interview with the band will appear in the first issue of Fancore fanzine, which will be available on this site worldwide, and at various venues, record stockists and clubs across the UK.