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The All-American Rejects release new single ‘Send Her To Heaven’

The All-American Rejects have released a new three-song single entitled ‘Send Her To Heaven’. The songs were written and recorded over the last couple of years with a variety of producers and have been released with Epitaph Records. The title track is billed as a Pixies-inspired song and was co-written by front man Tyson Ritter along with Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo.

The is the first release from the band since their EP ‘Sweat’ in 2017. Check out the video for ‘Send Her To Heaven’ below.

Dashboard Confessional and All American Rejects cover each other to commemorate tour

Dashboard Confessional and All American Rejects have covered each others songs to commemorate their tour. The bands renditions of “Move Along” and “Hands Down” can be listened to below.

The band’s are currently touring together, playing shows for a month straight.

Music Video: The All-American Rejects – “Sweat”

The All-American Rejects have premiered a music video for their brand new song “Sweat”, their first one in five years, and you check it out below.

“Sweat” is the title track from the band’s latest single, which was released today and streaming services are available right here.

Mike Kennerty (All-American Rejects) producing upcoming Direct Hit! album “Brainless God”

Bratwurst aficionados/Wisconsin power punk band Direct Hit! began recording their new album “Brainless God” in February, and it has now been revealed that the record is being produced by All-American Rejects guitarist Mike Kennerty. Check out a wonderfully awkward interview with Kennerty here.

The band is aiming for a summer release date for “Brainless God.” They last released a split with The Haverchucks in 2012 via Kind Of Like Records and Bright And Barrow Records. Check out a DS review for that release here.

Full Album Stream: The All-American Rejects – “Flatline” EP

Ben Weasel’s favorite band, The All-American Rejects, have just released their new digital EP titled “Flatline”.

The EP features alternative versions of previously released songs, and is available to stream in its entirety here.

The guys have a couple of tour dates in the Southern US, so be sure to head here to check them out.

The All-American Rejects stream “Heartbeat Slowing Down” from upcoming Flatline EP

Ben Weasel’s favorite band, The All-American Rejects, have announced a new digital EP titled Flatline. The EP is due out November 13, and will feature alternative versions of previously released songs.

To gear up for the release, the band is streaming  the first track from the EP, “Heartbeat Slowing Down (Flatline Version)”. The original version appeared on the band’s fourth studio album, Kids in the Street, released earlier this year on Interscope Records.

You can click here for the EP’s tracklist and song stream.

Video: Artist vs. Poet frontman on NBC’s “The Voice”

Joe Kirkland, the newish frontman (since last year) of Texas emo band Artist vs. Poet, is taking his chances on breaking into the mainstream limelight.  Did you see him on last night (Monday’s) episode of NBC’s “The Voice”?

Check out his blind audition covering All American Rejects’ “Gives You Hell” by clicking on this link.

Artist vs. Poet last released Remember This back in April.

Tour: The All-American Rejects announce US tour w/ Boys Like Girls…

I can’t believe I have to write a news story involving Boys Like Girls, but it’s happening right now, so I guess I just have to deal with it… The All-American Rejects have announced they will be hitting the road for a US tour with support from that band I mentioned a couple lines up in September and October.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations included on the tour here.

The All-American Rejects released “Kids in the Street,” their first album in 4 years, on March 27th.

The All-American Rejects announce U.S. tour with Eve 6

The All-American Rejects and Eve 6 will be embarking on a U.S. tour together this coming August. Go here to find all the dates if you plan to see them.

Both bands released new albums this year. The All-American Rejects released Kids in the Street (see the cover on the left), their first album in four years, last March while Eve 6 released Speak in Code, their first after a nine year absence, last April.

Music Video: The All-American Rejects – “Walk Over Me”

The All-American Rejects have premiered the music video for their song, “Walk Over Me,” which appears on their new album, “Kids in the Street.”

You can check the music video out here. (Apparently 5,312 pictures were used to make it, so it’s worth checking out!)

“Kids in the Street” is the band’s first album in 4 years, since 2008′s “When the World Comes Down.” The album was released on March 27th.


Cover Art Battle (March 27th): Anberlin, The Used, All American Rejects and many more…VOTE NOW!

Whether bizarre, beautiful, thought provoking, or hilarious, each Tuesday we will present the most interesting album covers from the albums released that week and let you readers vote on which one you think should win “Best Cover Art of the Week!”

This week (March 27th) is a monster, with fourteen releases for you to choose from. We’ve got new albums from big names and small names from all across the globe: All American Rejects, Anberlin, August Premier, Before Their Eyes, Borknagar, Cause For Concern, Common Enemy, Crash Nomada, The Mars Volta, The Real McKenzies, The Alligators, The Used, Wretched and Your Demise. Phew!

Check out the slideshow here and cast your vote now!

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The All-American Rejects stream single from “Kids in the Street”

The All-American Rejects are streaming the latest single from their long-awaited new album Kids in the Street, titled “Beekeeper’s Daughter”. You can click here to check it out.

Kids in the Street will be The All-American Rejects’ first studio album in 4 years, since 2008′s When the World Comes Down. The album comes out on March 27th. In related news, The All-American Rejects are shooting a music video, possibly for “Beekeeper’s Daughter”.

The All-American Rejects shooting new video

The All-American Rejects have announced that they are shooting a new music video for their album, Kids In The Street, but didn’t mention which song (maybe a video for “Beekeeper’s Daughter”, which was recently announced as its new single). Bassist/vocalist Tyson Ritter tweeted:

“Jon and I on set…. This is our most ambitious music video to date… And that says a LOT i think..”

Kids in the Street will be The All-American Rejects’ first studio album in 4 years, since 2008′s When the World Comes Down. The album comes out on March 27th.

The All-American Rejects name new album “Kids in the Street”

The All-American Rejects have announced that Kids in the Street will be the name of their long-awaited fourth studio album, which will be released on March 27, 2012. You check out a video explaining the meaning of the album’s name by clicking here. Although they just recently released a video for “Someday’s Gone“, the band also confirmed that “Beekeeper’s Daughter” is the album’s first “official” single.

Kids in the Street will be The All-American Rejects’ first studio album in 4 years, since 2008’s When the World Comes Down. When we have more info on the album (including the track listing and artwork), we’ll let you know.

Video: Mike Kennerty (All-American Rejects) talks juvenile delinquency, new album

Oklahoma pop-punk(ish) outfit The All-American Rejects are busy doing advance promotion for their as-yet-untitled upcoming full-length album. Rhythm guitarist Mike Kennerty (whose past punk credits include producing and playing on Ben Weasel’s grammatically incorrect”These Ones Are Bitter”) recently sat down to discuss his past as a juvenile delinquent, and how that inspired the writing of the band’s new material. Check it out here.

In addition, AAR have recruited former Taking Back Sunday bassist Matt Rubano to fill out the band’s live sound.

AAR’s forthcoming album was due to be released in February 2012, but has since been pushed back to March 27th. Apparently naming an album is hard work! Their last release was 2008’s “When The World Comes Down.”