If recent setlists hold up, the Japanese trio will play droney new album Dear straight-through.
The New Jersey band landed an opening slot on Blink-182’s U.K. tour this past summer.
The Dead Boys, Wild Ones and Grieves are headed to town.
Also tapped for the December 1 T-Mobile Arena show: Cirque du Soleil, David Copperfield, Boyz II Men.
Meet Purity and Wristmeetrazor, featuring members near and far.
Of course, such sentiments hit hardest when accompanied by magical melodies, and the LP largely succeeds.
It all comes together on the excellent title track, which could someday stand as the band’s “Stairway to Heaven.”
Guitarist Carlos Arévalo talks soul power, At the Drive-In and more.
“Feels Like Summer” sounds like Maroon 5’s recent dance-pop efforts.
The album ends on a strong note with “Pray,” a Timbaland- and gospel choir-assisted R&B number.
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"“I got my heart broken pretty bad. … This record was literally me coping.”
It’s a portal to the past, not a road to the future.
What begins as a numb and synthed-out pop record transforms into something far more haunting.