Blink-182's Neighborhoods Explained- Red Hot Issue With New Chili Peppers Album- Coldplay Live On Letterman- H2O Set Date- Black Veil Brides Plan EP- more

(Alternative Addiction) On September 27 Blink 182 will return with their new album 'Neighborhoods' their first since the band's return from hiatus in 2009. Alternative Addiction recently caught up with Tom DeLonge to talk about the sound of the band's upcoming album. "It's really a big can of all three of our worlds shaken up and poured out," said DeLonge. "In the album you'll hear elements of hip-hop rhythms mixed with suburban punk and indie rock experimentation." The mixture of all three members influences is actually what drove the title for the album Neighborhoods according to DeLonge. a lot more here.

KROQ reports that Coldplay are the next group to take part in the Live On Letterman concert series. They will perform on New York's Ed Sullivan Theater on September 20th. more

The Red Hot Chili Peppers "I'm With You" live performance reportedly suffered some technical issues according to fans on the band's official Facebook page. On a related notes, a reader and RHCP fan has a big issue with the band's new album, namely the volume of the mastering, and sent us this call to arms: "As an avid RHCP fan, from a link on your site, I go to listen to the album on the free stream on Itunes, it was so distorted and compressed I didn't bother to finish. Not that I didn't love what I heard but it the volume was so loud that it sounded almost mono and dynamically void. So finally I sit here listening to the physical copy, and wow the music's so LOUD I can't even form an honest opinion unless I resort to listening on a set of cheap speakers. I spent way too much on my speakers and this CD to have to suffer this!!!!!!!!! I have had this complaint for years and heard many bands abuse this Loudness War. So here is where I can only beg for your help. The RHCP are the only band out there big enough other than Metallica to have a huge twitter and FB (oddly enough, no Google+ presence?) following. If enough people will like or read the complaints (and I speak for a massive community) then maybe they these bands will either calm the practice, or issue an audiophile mastered copy." We couldn't find the specific complaints at the links provided but perhaps you may have better luck. Here is one, where you can read more about the live event problems as well. Look for "Please for the love of god, someone fix this! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loudness_war". We do not have a copy of this album on hand to hear for ourselves but if you agree or disagree that it is too loud, you can comment below.

(NME) The Vaccines postpone tours as Justin Young is set for third throat operation of 2011. more

(Billboard) It took two attempts, but Andrew McMahon is satisfied that "People and Things," the third album by Jack's Mannequin, is exactly what he wants it to be. more

(FMQB) As Puddle Of Mudd's new album, re:(disc)overed, lands in stores this week, the band has announced that they will perform the first single, "Gimme Shelter," on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on October 7. more

(Lambgoat) TesseracT is in the studio for the first time with newly announced vocalist, Elliot Coleman. Originally featured on their debut album One, the band is re-recording "Eden" with Coleman on vocals and will also be releasing a music video in for the track. more

(PNO) The Gamits have announced that they will be releasing a split 7-inch with Red City Radio. The 7-inch will feature a cover song and an original song from each act. more

(BW&BK) According to the Late Night TV Page, Alice Cooper will be guest on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Friday, September 9th. more

(Loudwire) Black Veil Brides plan to release an EP early next year before heading into the studio to begin work on their next full-length album. more

(PNO) Over the weekend Bridge Nine Records released some more information on H2O's covers album. Don't Forget Your Roots has been shortened from 18 tracks to 15 and is set for a November 1 release. more

(Lambgoat) Counterparts is currently recording their new album, slated for an October 25th, 2011 release date via Victory Records. The effort is entitled The Current Will Carry Us. more

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