It's the final taco Tuesday of May, and today we have new music videos from Silent Planet and Knocked Loose—plus a couple exclusive shows from Linkin Park and Broadside! Check out all news you might have missed today below!

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1. Silent Planet have released a captivating new video for “Understanding Love As Loss!”

Premiering over at Billboard today, Silent Planet have released an emotional visual for the track off of their latest album, Everything Was Sound

“Understanding Love As Loss” is a song close to vocalist Garrett Russell's heart, as it delves deep into the issue of depression and how challenging it can be to endure. He had the following to say regarding the topic.

“Life is full of loss and it's not easy, but I do believe if people can talk about what they're going through that there's hope. I've understood that truly loving someone involves giving up part of yourself and allowing them into the sacred space of your self. In both the happy and sad endings of loving someone, I've begun to see that Love and Loss aren't at odds, but are mutually inclusive.”

Silent Planet will performing on this year's Vans Warped Tour! Watch the powerful music video for “Undestanding Love As Loss” below, which ends with links to the Suicide Hotline and Heart Support website.

“Even if it saves one person's life or leads them to get connected in that moment, then it's totally worth it to us,” Russell added.

2. Linkin Park have announced a special London headlining show!

In support of their new album One More Light, Linkin Park will spend an evening in the English capital on the fourth of July.

The event will take place at the O2 Academy in Brixton, and tickets will be available to the general public on June 2. Further details are available here.

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3. Rancid have debuted another new song from their upcoming album titled “Where I'm Going!”

Just ahead of the release of their new album Trouble Maker on June 9, Rancid have gifted us with a third single from their forthcoming album, which will be out via Epitaph Records.

“Where I'm Going” is a classic ska/punk tune, and epitomizes the sound Rancid is so very well known for. 

Have a listen to the new track below, and catch the group out on their co-headlining tour with Dropkick Murphy's this summer!

4. Broadside have been tapped to headline Sophmore Slump Fest '17!

The Greensboro, North Carolina fest will see up-and-comers Broadside take the top slot, with other groups like Kid Liberty, Centefolds, Home Sweet Home, and more on the bill.

“Working on this music festival has truly been a unique experience,” says FBT co-founder Liz Mercer. “Sometimes we want to tear out our hair, and other times we are walking around with stupid grins on our faces because we're so happy. This year's fest has truly shown how far we've come as a company, and I'm so excited to be a part of it.”

The day of music takes place on August 5 at The Blind Tiger, with tickets going for $27 on the venue's website

5. Obey The Brave have continued to tease Mad Season, previewing a minute of their title track.

The release of Obey The Brave's Mad Season is days away, and just to tease you a bit more, they've offered a one minute preview for the title track from their new album.

Listen to the clip the band posted on Facebook below! Their new album will be available this Friday on Epitaph Records.

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6. Knocked Loose have premiered a new dual-music video for “Billy No Mates/Counting Worms.”

The Kentucky hardcore group have dropped a video for two of the more punishing songs off of their debut album Laugh Tracks, as “Billy No Mates” and “Counting Worms” have gotten a visual interpretation.

The new video was directed by Max Moore, who has also worked with the likes of Code Orange and Of Mice & Men. This particular video sees the band's live energy on display, with a good amount of brutal pit action and stage diving attracting much of the focus.

Headbang your heart away to these two banging tunes from Knocked Loose!

7. Wage War have announced a summer run with Gideon and Varials.

Keeping with the heavy theme, Wage War have announced their first run of tour dates in support of their upcoming album, Deadweight—and it's their first-ever headlining tour!

Gideon and Varials will be the support on this particular list of dates, which you can see along with the full announcement from the band below. Tickets will be on sale this Friday.

8. XYLØ have a new video for their track “I Still Wait For You”

Los Angeles duo XYLØ have a brand new video available for their song “I Still Wait For You,” and you can check it out below! 

“We wanted to create a voyeuristic caricature of band life,” XYLØ says. “We loved working closely with Daniel [Iglesias Jr.] to help piece together a psychedelic, '90s MTV-inspired video of what's going on in our crazy heads.”

9. And finally today, Forever Came Calling have announced a new album that they'll be updating via live Twitch sessions!

Forever Came Calling have reported that they'll be headed to Kingsound Studios, in Paducah KY to record their new album with Rick King and Nick Thompson.

The band has also announced that they've partnered with Twitch to stream parts of their studio sessions each day! 

The official press release reads: You will get an inside look at the studio sessions, see the work, stress, time and probably fights that go into creating what we feel are the best songs we've put together. If you like the content consider subscribing to directly support the band and unlock exclusive content as we work on the record.

Forever Came Calling's twitch channel is the following: Heyitsfcc!

 Watch the announcement video below, and be sure to check out all their exclusive content in the coming months.

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