Machine Gun Kelly, Travis Barker, and blackbear feature on the famous Canadian pop-punk princess's seventh record, 'Love Sux'. Out on February 25, the collection features the new singles "Love It When You Hate Me" and "Bite Me".
The Pearl Jam frontman's third solo record, 'Earthling', is out on February 11. This is the followup to his Grammy-nominated 2011 folk album, 'Ukulele Songs'. His first solo outing was back in 2007 when he created the soundtrack for the film 'Into the Wild', which earned him a Golden Globe for the song "Guaranteed".
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Since forming in 1993, these Californian rockers have sold 40 million albums and picked up two Grammys. 'Requiem', the followup to their 2019 album 'The Nothing', drops on February 4 and features the lead single "Start The Healing".
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'Dope Don't Sell Itself', out February 4, features Lil Baby, Roddy Ricch, Moneybagg Yo, and more. The followup to 2020's 'So Help Me God!' includes the new single "Million Dollars Worth of Game", featuring 42 Dugg.
"Over the years, we've heard people say lots of times that rock is dead," Scorpions singer Klaus Meine said in a statement. "But there are still millions of rock believers out there all over the world that prove them wrong. Our fans are the best in the world. We'll see you someday somewhere out there because we're rock believers, just like you." The veteran German hard rockers are so committed to the concept of rock believers that they've named their upcoming nineteenth record 'Rock Believer'. The follow-up to 2015's 'Return to Forever' is out on February 25.
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Shout, shout, let it all out: It's the duo's first album in two decades! But why the wait? "Before everything went so right with this album, everything first had to go wrong," singer Roland Orzabal said in a statement. "It took years, but something happens when we put our heads together. We've got this balance, this push-me-pull-you thing – and it works really well." His childhood friend and bandmate, Curt Smith, concurs: "If that balance doesn't work on a Tears For Fears album, the whole thing just doesn't work. To put it in simple terms, a Tears For Fears record and what people perceive to be the sound of Tears For Fears – is the stuff we can both agree on." People love that sound, and you can tell because they've sold 30 million albums. It's a tally that will only increase with the release of 'The Tipping Point' on February 25.
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It's a busy month for legendary rock guitarist Slash. On February 11, '4' drops. It's his fourth record with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators and his fifth solo disc overall. Then, on February 25, Guns N' Roses will unleash 'Hard Skool'. The EP is the band's first release since Slash and bassist Duff McKagan rejoined the band in 2016. In related news, G n' R's 1988 hit "Sweet Child O' Mine" just surpassed a billion streams on Spotify.
This is the soundtrack to the new Jennifer Lopez rom-com. JLo does the soundtrack with co-star Owen Wilson. Just kidding. He's in the film but so is Latin music star Maluma, and that's who's on the soundtrack with Lopez. You know Maluma as the Latin Grammy winner who collab'd with Shakira on "Chantaje" and Madonna on "Medellín". The soundtrack is out on February 4; the movie debuts on February 11.
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“Zero to Sixty” is the latest single from ’Time’, the R&B star’s first record in eight years. The lead single from this album, “25 to Life”, came out in another lifetime, way back in ’18. It was followed by “Feels Like” in 2019. The whole collection finally drops on February 7.
The Aussie rock band behind the 1987 hit "Beds are Burning" have a new record. The eco-warriors' 13th album, 'Resist', is out on February 18. It's the follow-up to 2020's 'The Makarrata Project'.
Maybe you know them from their ‘80s hit “Tainted Love”. Maybe you know them from the sample on Rihanna’s “S.O.S.” This British band has sold over 25 million records, and their new one, ‘Happiness Not Included’, arrives on February 25. Songwriter Marc Almond had this to say in a statement: “In this album I wanted to look at us as a society: a place where we have chosen to put profits before people, money before morality and decency, food before the rights of animals, fanaticism before fairness and our own trivial comforts before the unspeakable agonies of others. But in the album, there is also a belief that there is a utopia if we can peel back the layers and understand what really matters.”
Dashboard Confessional is Chris Carrabba, and his ninth record, 'All the Truth That I Can Tell', is out on February 25. "Honesty was at the heart of the writing process, at the heart of the recording process and at the heart of this collection of songs," Carrabba said in a statement. "I had the rare opportunity to be unflinchingly honest. But I think I would have thought in the early days that that would be commonplace. Now, I realize it's some kind of cycle within your life and there's great personal reward in accepting that." The new single is "Here's to Moving On."