Some of the usual complaints may still apply, but Weezer’s second album of 2021 hits enough sweet spots to be their best album in years.
Weezer’s latest wacky decision finds them self-cannibalising more than ever, without much of a reason or payoff from doing so.
For our next year end list, we take a look at what surpassed our expectations or simply came right out of the blue to become the biggest surprises of 2019.
For our next year end list, we take a look at the some of the biggest dips in quality and expectations this year – the biggest disappointments of 2019.
THIS WEEK: Green Day’s newly-announced world tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer yields new music from all three of them, as well as new tracks from Turnover, Touché Amoré, Waterparks, WSTR and more
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THIS WEEK: ONE OK ROCK lead up to their new album with a brand new track, plus new music from Weezer, Taking Back Sunday, Set It Off, Holding Absence, King 810 and more
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THIS WEEK: Avenged Sevenfold’s new surprise single is given a look over, as well as new tracks from Avril Lavigne, Weezer, nothing,nowhere., Our Last Night, Minus The Bear, Hands Like Houses, Blood Red Shoes, Drug Church and more