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LATIN ARTISTS: Your Opportunity To Become The Next ‘El Headliner’ Is Running Out!

You know MTV’s Tr3s network. The well-known cable powerhouse is a staple in the Latin American entertainment world, capable of pushing emerging artists into the national spotlight.

If you think that kind of invaluable national exposure might help your career, we have good news for you.

Tr3s and OurStage have teamed up once again in the search for what we call “El Headliner.” It’s simple – we put your tracks to the fans, who tell us what they like the most. Then Tr3s and special guest judge Karlos Rosé will personally sort through each of the top tracks to find the one artist worthy of spotlight artist features on Tr3s’ show Top 20, as well as Tr3s.com’s Music My Güey,Descubre & Download, and Blogamole.

Submit your best track by June 22, 2013 for a chance to win.

Good luck!

The Devil Wears Prada Sets Release Date For New Album

Ohio metalcore outfit The Devil Wears Prada have revealed the street date for their highly-anticipated new album.

Updating fans on their progress via an extremely well edited studio clip, The Devil Wears Prada revealed they are planning a September 17 release for their yet-to-be-titled new album. The record will be released through Roadrunner, marking the first release from TWDP to appear on the label. You can view the video announcement below.

No word yet on when fans can expect new music, but with a street date now in the ether it’s likely something will happen sooner than later. Stay tuned. Continue reading ‘The Devil Wears Prada Sets Release Date For New Album’

Falling In Reverse Stream ‘Fashionably Late’

Epitaph Records’ Falling In Reverse have released a stream of their entire new album, Fashionably Late.

Scheduled for release next Tuesday, June 18, Fashionably Late is the long-awaited second album from Falling In Reverse. The stream comes just two days after frontman Ronnie Radke welcomed his first daughter into the world, and it is rumored to be their strongest effort to date. We’re not sure about that just yet, but it’s definitely worth you time. Click here to enjoy Fashionably Late.

We Came As Romans Premiere “Tracing Back Roots” Lyric Video

Michigan hard rock outfit We Came As Romans have released a lyric video for their latest single, “Tracing Back Roots.”

The title track and lead single off We Came As Romans’ forthcoming new album, “Tracing Back Roots” first premiered online early yesterday morning. The song quickly climbed the iTunes rock charts, and just before the sun set on the East Coast the following lyric video found its way online. While the concept of these videos may seem tired, the approach WCAR keeps things interesting even for those who think the idea is a bit stale. You can view the video below.

After a day and many replays, I think it’s safe to say We Came As Romans have never sounded better than they do on “Tracing Back Roots.” After two full lengths (and two deluxe reissues), it seems this group has finally come into their own. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on the new single.

Tracing Back Roots hits stores July 23 through Equal Vision Records. Continue reading ‘We Came As Romans Premiere “Tracing Back Roots” Lyric Video’

ROCK ARTISTS: Your Opportunity To Win An Endorsement Deal From Ernie Ball Awaits!

OurStage is partnering with the legendary Ernie Ball in 2013 to host three incredible competitions for emerging Rock, Pop and Country artists.

We’ll kick off a competition for each genre, awarding one finalist from each with a year’s supply of Ernie Ball strings and accessories, plus editorial coverage from OurStage.

At the end of the year, one Grand Prize winner will be selected from among the finalists to win anErnie Ball endorsement deal and a Music Man guitar or bass of their choosing for EACH guitarist in the band!

Second: Rock*. Enter your best rock song in the Ernie Ball “Save Your Strings” Competition by August 23rd for a chance to win. OurStage fans will rank the best entries, and Ernie Ball will select a winner. Get to it.

Tegan And Sara Perform “I Was A Fool” On Television

Canadian songstresses Tegan And Sara have posted a previously televised performance of “I Was A Fool” online for fans around the world to enjoy.

Appearing on the popular morning show, Sunday Brunch, the duo of Tegan And Sara brought along acoustic guitars and a keyboard for a stunning rendition of their hit “I Was A Fool.” You can view the performance at the end of this post.

There are those who will tell you no version of a single is better than the one that makes the album, but after hearing “I Was A Fool” I have to disagree. Tegan and Sara are best experienced however you can find them. All they (and I) ask is that you take the time to listen. Continue reading ‘Tegan And Sara Perform “I Was A Fool” On Television’

Crown The Empire Release “Menace” Live Video

Rise Records signees Crown The Empire have released a quasi-music video for their latest single, “Menace.”

Pieced together from a variety of live and behind-the-scenes footage, the video for “Menace” should serve its purpose of selling tickets for the CTE live show quite well. Having witnessed the band’s show twice in recent months, I don’t think any clip, even one as well put together as this, can truly capture the power of CTE’s stage presence. You can view the video below.

“Menace” comes from Crown The Empire’s debut album, The Fallout, which is available now. Continue reading ‘Crown The Empire Release “Menace” Live Video’

The Maine Release “These Four Words” Video

Pop rock titans The Maine have released a black and white music video for their Halloween Forever ballad “These Four Words.”

Breaking up is hard to do, especially when it seems the biggest problem between two people is the notion they’re not meant to be with one another. That appears to be what we find in “These Four Words,” as viewers watch a couple on the edge of a complete meltdown live through one of the most depressingly awkward mornings of their life. Waking up feeling like there is a stranger beside you is something no one wants, and the pain of that realization is beautifully captured in this video. You can view the clip below.

Halloween Forever hit stores this week. If you dig “These Four Words,” I highly recommend you check it out at our earliest convenience. Continue reading ‘The Maine Release “These Four Words” Video’

Sting Announces New Album ‘The Last Ship’

After ten years of relative radio silence, Sting has announced plans to release a new album entitled The Last Ship later this year.

Set for release September 24 via Cherrytree/Interscope/A & M Records, The Last Ship puts to rest rumors that Sting would soon be announcing his retirement from music. Billboard reports that the music tells the story of “the declining shipbuilding business in Wallsend, England, where the real life Gordon Sumner grew up.” No further details are currently available.

If there was ever a time when an aging music icon was needed to prove lasting songs can still be made for the pop world, it’s now. That said, I’m not sure Sting is the man for the job. Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

Never Shout Never Premiere “Malibu”

OS Member Never Shout Never has released a stream of a new song entitled, “Malibu.”

The second song to surface off this summer’s Sunflower, “Malibu” harkens back to an earlier time in the career of Never Shout Never. The simplistic heartfelt lyrics are met with instrumentation inspired by early Dylan and are later made complete with the addition of Christofer Drew‘s signature croon. You can stream the single on Purevolume.

Sunflower is currently scheduled for a July 2 release through Drew’s own label. Will you be picking it up? Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

 


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