New Blink-182, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Crobot


Usually when there is a good amount of rock releases in the time between articles, I choose the most recent release or the one I think people want to hear the most. Today however, there was so much and I couldn’t choose so you’re getting not one, not two, but three new jams to listen to. Exciting I know. Let’s get to it.

Blink-182’s new song “Rabbit Hole” starts off with Travis Barker’s legendary drumming and the vocals come in right up top before the guitar comes in and takes the song into overdrive. All three songs that have been released from their upcoming album have been great and I can’t wait to drive into California when it arrives on July 1st.

The new Red Hot Chili Pepper’s song, much like “The Getaway”, “We Turn Red” brings us a tasty amount of funk into our daily music intake. The song goes all over with the vocal pattern introducing the funky baseline before the bass comes in, and then when the guitar and bass switch over to this riff it fells great. We drop into a little more mellow section that sounds great, and goes back and forth between this calm riff and the funky one.

Lastly, we have the first taste of new music from Crobot’s new album, Welcome to Fat City. The song is called “Not for Sale” and is a great hard rock track with just the right amount of aggression and punch behind every element of the music to take the song to the right place. I only recently discovered Crobot back in September, but after this song, I’m looking forward to hearing more of their music when Welcome to Fat City is released on September 23rd.

So there is all the new music I’ve got for today. I hope you enjoyed at least one of the song, but ideal you’ll like them all as much as I do. Rock out, my friends.



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