According to , with lead single 'Make Me Like You' dropping today (February 12).
Her return to solo work comes as something of a surprise, as she complained in 2012 of never feeling comfortable outside of the confines of No Doubt.
Three long years later, Kellin Quinn is back in San Diego, navigating his way through a haze of warring gangs, shifting allegiances, drugs, alcohol and broken friendships. But with Vic's gang under attack by the infamously crazy Danny Worsnop, tension quickly rising among the members of the gang and Kellin caught in the crossfire, who will have what it takes to make it out alive?
With colliding interests and lives at stake, he must make a choice - whose side will he take, and who will be affected as a result? ) Vic is a drug lord, and Kellin is the seventeen-year old kid he regrets kidnapping. Peter always thought that when he had kids, there would be someone by his side.
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Not to mention further proof of these two being an item…
Havok and Puget have always been straightedge—no drugs, no alcohol, no loose sex, no meat (optional? "The straight edge philosophy is something that Davey and I gravitated towards at a young age, drawn by concepts and ideals that seem almost foreign in modern society," Puget said in a press release.
The technical logistical nightmare of making a loud rock band sound powerful and clear in a cavernous 144-year old room that was built for no such purpose becomes apparent about 6 seconds into AFI’s opening song .
What should sound like a defiant, rebel-rousing call-to-arms descends into a muddy slushy mess that echoes around these cavernous walls like a fart in a cave.
After the success of their career defining album It’s little wonder that after 8 albums released over 22 years, Deftones (or more likely, their management) have decided to make the push back into the UK’s arenas.
Last year’s show at Wembley was generally well-received (certainly in comparison to their first attempt playing the soulless North-West London concrete shed back in 2003) and with fellow Californian natives AFI in tow, tonight should be a triumphant display that re-establishes Deftones rightful place as premier act in alternative metal - if only life were so simple ...