Waterparks, Limp Bizkit and 8 other things you need to check out this week
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Waterparks and Neck Deep unite for Sad Summer
…and they’re bringing Mayday Parade, The Summer Set, Against The Current, State Champs and more along for the ride, too. These shows are going to be a lot more fun than the name suggests, promise. The 18-date run kicks off this July – avoid debilitating FOMO by getting tickets for you and your friends now.
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Dance Gavin Dance return with new music
Rejoice! The Sacramento, California band’s new album might remain under wraps for now, but new track “Synergy” is opening the door on their new chapter in style. Featuring a guest appearance from Don Broco’s Rob Damiani, you can check out the week’s biggest banger – and get tickets to their upcoming live shows – now.
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MGK taps Avril Lavigne, Willow, Blackbear and more for epic tour
There are big tours, and then there are BIG TOURS. Machine Gun Kelly’s recently announced Mainstream Sellout run, in support of his new album of the same name, is firmly in the latter camp. Depending on where you catch the rapper-turned-pop-punk, you’ll also get (*takes deep breath*) Avril Lavigne, Blackbear, iann dior, PVRIS, Travis Barker, Trippie Redd, Willow and/or 44phantom. See, we told you it was big. Tickets are onsale right now.
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Gear up for The Unravelling Of PUPTHEBAND with exclusive vinyl
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Måneskin are heading to the US for the very first time
Alternative Press cover stars Måneskin have come a long way since their breakthrough at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2021. They’ve come so far, in fact, that they’ll soon be turning up in a venue near you this Fall/Winter. Bag tickets to their first-ever U.S. shows here.
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Denzel Curry drops highly-anticipated MELT MY EYEZ SEE YOUR FUTURE
The hip-hop trailblazer returns with his fifth album, stuffed full of some of his most breath-taking tracks yet, and stuffed full of guest spots from the likes of Saul Williams, slowthai and recent AP cover star Rico Nasty. Stream the album in full now, and pre-order exclusive physical copies and merch right now.
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Mosh along to The Wonder Years without leaving the house
Look, we get it: it’s been a long week, and sometimes, a Friday night crashed out on the couch is all we really need. Forget an evening of Netflix scrolling by diving into this final chance to see The Wonder Years’ perform both of their classic albums The Upsides and Suburbia I’ve Given You All And Now I’m Nothing in full, courtesy of Veeps. On-demand tickets can be picked up here. You don’t even have to get up.
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Taking Back Sunday celebrate 20 years of Tell All Your Friends
Yes, you read that correctly: TBS’s groundbreaking debut record really is 20 years old. When you’re done with thinking about time’s relentless and inevitable march ever forward, shake it off by celebrating this landmark moment with a capsule of awesome new merch. There’s even something for your dog, so they don’t feel left out. Shop it all here.
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beabadoobee announces Beatopia album
2022 is gearing up to be a busy year for beabadoobee. Kicking off a run of US shows at Coachella that then take in headline sets and support slots for Halsey, bea will also drop her sophomore album Beatopia this July. Get your first taste of the upcoming release with new single “Talk”, then pre-order exclusive vinyl, CDs, cassettes and more here.
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Limp Bizkit take Still Sucks on the road
Get down with those “Dad Vibes” as Fred Durst and co. head out on tour for the first time in support of 2021’s surprise-released Still Sucks, their first new album in a decade. Find out how hard the pit to “Break Stuff” still goes at the 19-date cross-country run, which is onsale now.