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Watch Billie Joe Armstrong cover a classic with his sons Jakob and Joey
Watch Billie Joe Armstrong cover a classic with his sons Jakob and Joey
During the coronavirus quarantine, many musicians are capable of a bit more musical freedom of expression. Due to tours being postponed or canceled, some artists have turned to the internet for livestream concerts or cover videos. Billie Joe Armstrong started No Fun Mondays and has been steadily pumping out really cool covers every week...
Frank Iero, Dallon Weekes, more share the songs that saved their lives
Frank Iero, Dallon Weekes, more share the songs that saved their lives
Music has a mesmerizing power to generate memories and emotions, be they good or bad. When AltPress visited the Riot Fest concert site in Chicago this summer, we asked various artists to share with us the songs that truly affected them. On the following pages, members of Fall Out Boy, Future Violents, Every Time I Die, Taking Back Sunday, iDKHOW, the Starting Line, Anti-Flag and many others discus
Pete Wentz announces Ultra Q as latest DCD2 Records signing
Pete Wentz announces Ultra Q as latest DCD2 Records signing
Shortly after rebranding their band, Ultra Q have officially signed with Pete Wentz' record label DCD2 Records. The band are being welcomed to the record label for their new EP, We're Starting to Get Along. Read More: Vinyl sales are set to surpass CDs for the first time since 1986 The band, Wentz and the record label all made their announcements of the signing today. ...
Ultra Q (formerly Mt. Eddy) break silence with debut track—listen
Ultra Q (formerly Mt. Eddy) break silence with debut track—listen
The band formerly known as Mt. Eddy have begun their journey into the unknown. With a new name comes a fresh slate and fresh expectations, and Ultra Q are up to the challenge. Fans of the indie up-and-comers were devastated last fall with the announcement of the band’s indefinite split, planning to take time and identify their direction going forward. Rea...
Mt. Eddy announce name change in another cryptic video
Mt. Eddy announce name change in another cryptic video
Mt. Eddy have returned to Instagram again to tease their fans even more, and return as a whole new project called Ultra Q. The band changed their Instagram name to Ultra Q as well as their Twitter handle. Read more: ‘The Addams Family’ animated film uses ‘It’ joke in first trailer Their first post with the new handle features a distorted black-and-white video clip that looks like it was recorded