Avril Lavigne Announces Signing With Travis Barkers DTA Records

Avril Lavigne has announced her signing with Travis Barker’s DTA Records.

A brand new track could be coming this week as she says:

“Let’s fuck shit up! Just signed a record contract to Travis Barker’s record label DTA Records! Should I drop my first single next week ?”

We’ll keep you posted.

jxdn Announces Debut Record, ‘Tell Me About Tomorrow’, Produced By Travis Barker

JDXN has announced that he has teamed up with Travis Barker for his upcoming new record, ‘Tell Me About Tomorrow’.

Barker signed the artist last year to his imprint, DTA Records, and has since gone on to produce and co-write jxdn’s upcoming debut record, which is due out on July 2 this year. The record also features MGK on the song Wanna Be, and iann dior on Tonight. Lots of cool guest appearances to be had!,

To coincide with the news, jxdn has shared catchy-as-hell new track Think About Me, which he calls ​“the perfect introduction to Tell Me About Tomorrow”. ​“I’m so proud of what Travis and I have created and can’t wait for the world to hear it,” he adds.

Check out the Cover Art, Tracklisting and more below.

1. Intro
2. Pills
3. Think About Me
4. Wanna Be (feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
5. A Wasted Year
6. Angels & Demons
7. Interlude
8. One Minute
9. Braindead
10. Tonight (feat. iann dior)
11. Fucked Up
12. So What!
13. Angels & Demons Pt. 2
14. Better Off Dead
15. DTA
16. Last Time
17. No Vanity

Pre-orders for ‘Tell Me About Tomorrow’ are available via the following link.

Check out Willow’s New Collaboration With Travis Barker

Willow has a huge new track out and it’s a massive guest appearance featuring on the release with Blink-182’s Travis Barker.

It’s the first music to be released from her upcoming 5th album, which will be released in the summer via MSFTSMusic/Roc Nation/Polydor.

She had this to say about the tune:

“I am so grateful for this tune because it was created in such an introspective time (during the first couple months of quarantine),” she says. “It was the song that proved to me that I needed to let go of the insecurities I had about making a project of this genre”

Check out the video below.

Check Out The New Paradise City Trailer Which Features

Series one of the upcoming Paradise City is set to drop tomorrow Amazon Prime, which is the spin off of the film American Satan.

Another trailer was released the other day introducing more characters into the story but there was more.

The track features a previously unreleased track from Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker.

The track is a cover of the Edwyn Collins track, ‘A Girl Like You’.

Check out the trailer below.

Tyler Posey Releases New Track With Phem & Travis Barker

Tyler Posey has dropped a brand new track with Travis Barker and Phem in the form of ‘Shut Up’.

Moving on from Pvmnts and Five North, the song sees him launch his own solo project, with an EP coming soon.

“I grew up in the punk and pop-punk worlds going to Warped Tour, where no one was really a solo artist,” he explains. “Finally using my name has freed me up to do a bunch of artistic things.”

Check out ‘Shut Up’ below.

Check Out Yungblud and Machine Gun Kelly’s New Video For Acting Like That

After a potentially gory tease for a brand new music video the other, Yungblud has released a video for for the track ‘Acting Like That’ which also Features Machine Gun Kelly and the video also features Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker

The track features on Yungblud’s 2020 record, ‘Weird’ and follows the news that Yungblud has almost finished up the follow up the aforementioned record.

Check out the video below.

Weird is available to order from Yungblud’s Website.

Check Out Metallica’s Enter Sandman Reimagined By Travis Barker

This is a massive week for Metallica’s Enter Sandman. Bill Bailey announced he’s dancing to it on the programme Strictly Come Dancing and now, it features on Sound Of Metal which debut’s via Amazon Prime Video but this time, it’s been reimagined by Travis Barker (Blink 182).

The film centres around a drummer, played by Riz Ahmed (aka Bodhi Rook from Rogue One), who has to come to terms with his loss of hearing. Travis’ new version of the song features actor Paul Raci, who signs the lyrics, along with Elise Trouw, and drummer Carey Watkins, who also sings.

Check it out below.

Machine Gun Kelly & Travis Barker Are Working On New Music Together

The massive combination that is the partnership between Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker is continuing as the Blink-182 drummer has confirmed more material is on the way.

The dynamic duo previously teamed up for MGK’s latest record, ‘Tickets To My Downfall’, which was released in September 2020 and are now wasting no time in following up to their partnership where Barker tweeted MGK “knocked out three songs in a few hours”.

In addition, in a post via Barkers Instagram acccount, he revealed that Jaden Hossler (Jxdn) has joined them in the studio. One must wonder if this is a new project altogether or is this a standalone release that could be incoming in the near future.

Check out MGK’s ‘Concert For Aliens’ below.

Machine Gun Kelly, Yungblud & Travis Barker’s Track ‘I Think I’m Okay’ Is Certified Platinum

Remember that super track ‘I Think I’m Okay’?

The amazing collaboration between Machine Gun Kelly, Yungblud and Travis Barker? Well, it’s been certified Platinum in the good ol’ US of A.

It’s equivalent to 1 Million sales which is an amazing achievement!

The track reached gold certification in December 2019 and followed the platinum certification of ‘At My Best ‘ and 4x Platinum certification of ‘Bad Thing’s last month.

Need a reminder of the track? Check it out below.

Watch Machine Gun Kelly & Travis Barker Cover ‘Killing In The Name’

The Ohio Singer/Songwriter/Rapper known as Machine Gun Kelly has released a cover with Travis Barker of the debut single from Rage Against The Machine, this is only ‘Killing In The Name’.

In the video, Kelly performs the track in a studio with Barker alongside footage from some of the recent Black Lives Matter protest marches in the US, in which he has participated in.

Kelly also commented on the relevance of the track.

“They wrote this song in 1992. It’s been 28 years since and every word still applies.”

You can watch the cover below.