Today’s news features a behind the scenes look at Green Day and the Maine’s creative processes, along with what looks like to be the return of Forever The Sickest Kids. Check it all out below.

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Texas’ So What Festival has announced its first round of performers, and guess what—Forever The Sickest Kids are on the bill. See:

Along with FTSK, Mayday Parade, Every Time I Die, Dance Gavin Dance, We The Kings and more will hit the festival, which is scheduled to take place March 24 through March 26.

FTSK haven’t released any new music or played any shows since 2013. This news comes after the band posted:

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Central Florida-natives You Blew It! announced a headlining tour off the heels of their new album Abendrot's release. Check out the dates, featuring All Get Out and Free Throw:

Tour Dates:
02/03 – Houston, TX @ Walter's Downtown
02/04 – Austin, TX @ Sidewinder*
02/06 – Dallas, TX @ Club Dada*
02/08 – Phoenix, AZ @ Rebel Lounge
02/09 – La Jolla, CA @ Ché Cafe
02/10 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo
02/11 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
02/12 – San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Shop
02/14 – Portland, OR @ Analog Cafe
02/15 – Seattle, WA @ Vera Project
02/17 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
02/19 – Denver, CO @ Moon Room
02/20 – Kansas City, MO @ Davey's Uptown
02/21 – St. Louis, MO @ Blueberry Hill
02/22 – Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
02/23 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry
02/24 – Madison, WI @ UW – Madison
02/25 – Lansing, MI @ Mac's Bar
02/26 – Lakewood, OH @ Mahall's
02/28 – Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
03/01 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brookyn Night Bazaar
03/02 – Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church
03/03 – Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel
03/04 – Richmond, VA @ Strange Matter
03/05 – Raleigh, NC @ Kings Barcade
03/07 – Nashville, TN @ The End
03/08 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
03/10 – Orlando, FL @ Will's Pub
03/11 – Orlando, FL @ Will's Pub
03/12 – Cape Coral, FL @ Nice Guys Pizza

Green Day unveiled a behind the scenes clip of their new music video for “Still Breathing”—a contemplative and emotional piece that sees frontman Billie Joe Armstrong doing lots of reflection. Watch:

The Maine have continued their new web series, Miserable Youth, which is chronicling the production of a follow-up to 2015’s American Candy. Watch episode three:

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Featuring Twenty One Pilots’ smash hit “Heathens” and Panic! At The Disco’s cover of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the Suicide Squad soundtrack is the first and only movie soundtrack to be certified Platinum by the RIAA in 2016.

Watch Panic! At The Disco cover “Bohemian Rhapsody” at the 2015 APMAs:

Well, this is an interesting one, to say the least. Rhapsody, a few years back, merged with the famous (infamous to some) file-sharing program Napster. Now, Rhapsody are changing their name to Napster. Not only that, but—after suing Napster over 15 years ago—Metallica are putting their entire catalogue on the site (via AV Club). Yep.

Metallica’s tenth record, Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, comes out this Friday, Nov. 18. Today, the band released a music video for the track, “Confusion.” Watch:

Equal Vision’s OWEL debuted a new music video for their track, “Paper Hands.” Watch:

AP partnered with OWEL to premiere their elegant second album, dear me. Check that out here.

Matty Healy of the 1975 was a guest on All Songs Considered, a NPR show on which he spoke about his musical influences. Listen:

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