Philly metal band Surgeon will release their new album tonight at Johnny Brenda’sKung Fu Necktie (the show was moved due to a water main break). Chemical Reign has been a long time coming for the local four-piece: we first got a sample of the new songs back in 2011 when the band stopped by for a Key Studio Session, a few years after their 2008 debut Angry Guest was released. Tickets and information for tonight’s 21+ show with Swarm of Arrows, Ominous Black and Skeleton Hands can be found here. Below, watch a live video of Surgeon performing “Greed.”
When their December show at Camden’s Susquehanna Bank Center was canceled, The Killers rescheduled for a different season entirely – one with much more agreeable weather for outdoor concert seating. Lawn seats for the May 19 show go on sale this Friday, February 1, at noon through Live Nation.
In The Killers‘ new video for “Miss Atomic Bomb” off of their latest Battle Born LP, we get some more insight into the love triangle first introduced in “Mr. Brightside.” The video opens on the dusty outskirts of Las Vegas and depicts an older Brightside reflecting on his unrequited love of a ballet dancer through animated scenes (with The Killers appearing in animated form as well). Eric Roberts and Izabella Miko reprise their “Mr. Brightside” roles in “Miss Atomic Bomb,” with Roberts thwarting Mr. Brightside’s attempts at winning Miss Atomic Bomb’s devotion once again. Watch the video below; The Killers play a sold-out show at the Susquehanna Bank Center tomorrow.
Tegan and Sara have released a new song, “I’m Not Your Hero” from their forthcoming album, Hearthrob, that you can listen to below. The new album will be out in January. They play the Susquehanna Bank Center, opening for The Killers, on Thursday, December 13th.
Yesterday Rolling Stone premiered the catchy new single “Closer” from indie pop twins Tegan and Sara‘s forthcoming album. The infectious new single officially drops on September 25th, but you can stream it now in the player below. The duo also announced a slew of tour dates with The Killers this winter, including a stop at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden on December 13th. Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m., and you can get them here.
With their new album Battle Born dropping tomorrow, The Killers announced their fall tour, which brings them to the Philly area on December 13 for a show at Camden’s Susquehanna Bank Center. Tickets go on sale this Friday, September 21 at 10 a.m. through Live Nation. Battle Born is streaming via the iTunes store this week; you can listen here, and watch the video for “Runaways” below.