The Rolling Stones announce that next spring, they will be bringing their “No Filter” tour to stadiums across the U.S. It will be the band’s first concerts in the States since the Desert Trip festival in October 2016. Mick Jagger said in a statement, “It’s a thrill when we play stadiums in the States, the energy is always amazing!” Added Keith Richards, “I’ve always loved playing the States. It’s a great crowd.” The Stones will hit 13 stadiums across the country, beginning on April 20 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, and closing out the tour on June 21 at Chicago’s Soldier Field.
The Beatles’ self-titled album — referred to as the White Album — re-entered the Billboard 200 chart at No. 6 following its 50th anniversary reissue on Nov. 9. According to Nielsen Music, the set climbs back onto the tally with 63,000 units earned, in the week ending Nov. 15. Of that sum, 52,000 were in traditional album sales.
Papa Roach have shared the details of their upcoming 10th studio album, which is titled “Who Do You Trust?” They also unveiled a new song from the album, “Not the Only One.” The song comes after last month’s release of the new tracks “Renegade Music” and “Who Do You Trust?” “Who Do You Trust?” will be released on January 18 via Eleven Seven Music. You can view the lyric video for “Not the Only One” and check out the album art and track list for “Who Do You Trust?” in the link below.
California-based rock band Metallica are lending a hand to those affected by the wildfires in Northern and Southern California, and have donated a combined $100,000 to relief efforts. The All Within My Hands Foundation, the band’s charitable branch, will be giving $50,000 each to the North Valley Community Foundation and the Los Angeles Fire Department foundation to help out. The band stated: “All Within My Hands has made a $50,000 donation each to the North Valley Community Foundation and the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation. Both agencies provide service to victims at evacuation centers and other much needed relief. We would like to encourage you to join us in supporting those in need and our first responders in any way you can by donating money, non-perishable food, clothing and other supplies or by giving your time volunteering or providing temporary housing. Every little bit helps.”
Dashboard Confessional just released a new video for “Just What to Say.” The single, which features Against the Current’s Chrissy Costanza, is the closing track from Dashboard Confessional’s seventh and most recent LP, Crooked Shadows, which was released in February. The album also includes the singles “Heart Beat Here” and “We Fight.” Dashboard Confessional have tour dates scheduled throughout the rest of 2018 internationally. Check out their new video in the link below.