Top songs: Papa Roach claim No.1 spot in our latest Tracks Of The Week poll
7. Green Day – Kill The DJ True to the songtitle, the video to Kill The DJ does indeed appear to depict some sort of blood-spattered disc-spinnin’ execution in the environs of a heaving nightclub. (Don’t quite get what the motorbikes have to do with it, though.) The song itself is mildly subversive and naggingly memorable in the time-honoured GD fashion. The band have a clutch of new released coming up. ¡Uno! arrives September 25 via Reprise Records. Two other new albums, ¡Dos! and ¡Tré!, will be released on November 13 and January 15, 2013, respectively. As you may have sussed, the records form a trilogy.
8. Jettblack – Prison Of Love This is the second single from the High Wycombe quartet’s latest studio album Raining Rock. Jettblack guitarist/vocalist Will Stapleton says: “This is something different, but still fun; a touch more mature, perhaps, than Raining Rock, as we felt that approach would better reflect the song. When we came up with the concept, I sketched out the story-line which then became the backbone of the finished clip. It tells the story of falling in love with a temptress, who convinces me and the band to help her rob a bank! But inevitably it all goes pear-shaped and we get thrown into jail, and then…. well, watch and see!”
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