Chad Gilbert To Release New 7″ ‘The Nashville Session’ June 19th

Chad Gilbert / What's Eating Gilbert

New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert will release a new 7″ under his What’s Eating Gilbert project on June 19th via Paper + Plastick Records. The two-song 7″, entitled ‘The Nashville Session’, is the fourth release from What’s Eating Gilbert.

‘The Nashville Session’, which will be released in digital and vinyl formats, was produced by Chad Gilbert and Jon Howard at The Anchor Room in Nashville, Tennessee. It follows up three What’s Eating Gilbert releases, the ‘Thinking ‘Bout Her’, ‘Dear God’ and ‘What I’d Do’ EPs on Epitaph Records. The Nashville Session is the first What’s Eating Gilbert release since late 2010.

‘The Nashville Session’ features the characteristic ’50s-style pop sounds of the What’s Eating Gilbert discography and infusing a pop-punk tilt from Gilbert’s career with New Found Glory. The more uptempo ‘The One’ complements the swingy vibe of ‘Lonely Road’. The latter of the two songs is an introspective look into Gilbert’s thoughts about tour life, following his pattern of introducing personal experience into What’s Eating Gilbert songs.

Chad Gilbert 'What's Eating Gilbert - The Nashville Session'

Pop-Punk Isn’t A Faded Fad For Bands Like New Found Glory

New Found Glory

Steve Klein from New Found Glory spoke with The Aquarian Weekly in a Q&A about the veteran band’s latest album ‘Radiosurgery’, kicking off a tour earlier this month, how fans are responding to the new material, how they selected the opening acts, advice for up and coming bands, and more.

“The bands we took on this tour are bands we think are holding the torch of pop-punk and bands that have worked really hard to keep it alive,” Klein said about the Pop Punk’s Not Dead Tour with Set Your Goals, The Wonder Years, Man Overboard and This Time Next Year. “Pop-punk isn’t a fad for bands like us and the bands we’re touring with. Nowadays people are saying pop-punk’s resurging, but for New Found Glory, the pop-punk fans never went anywhere. It’s just that some bands have come and gone, and the mainstream radio has stopped playing it, but the fans are still listening to this style of music.”

New Found Glory ‘Truck Stop Blues’ Video

New Found Glory are out with the music video to their new single ‘Truck Stop Blues’, from the American rock band’s sixth studio album ‘Not Without A Fight’, out now on Epitaph Records. Watch it via YouTube below.

New Found Glory ‘Listen To Your Friends’ Video

New Found Glory are out with the video to their new single ‘Listen To Your Friends’, off the Coral Springs, Florida pop punk group’s sixth studio album ‘Not Without a Fight’, out now on Epitaph Records. Watch it below.

Chad Gilbert ‘Not Without A Fight’ Album Promo

Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory recorded a fight themed promo for the South Florida pop punk band’s sixth studio album ‘Not Without A Fight’, in stores March 10th. “What makes me special is that I kill people,” the frontman says in the clip. “So I pray to God that he gives me the strength to give that deathly strike at the end.”

The video at YouTube has since been removed.

New Found Glory’s Chad And Cyrus Talk With Buzznet

New Found Glory 'Coming Home'

Bree of caught up with Chad Gilbert and Cyrus Bolooki of New Found Glory on November 17th on the band’s tour bus in Los Angeles. The pair discussed songs which they wish they could have done for their covers album, the internet and websites they visit, Napster, how the internet both killed and saved the post office, and offered a tip for Aiden in case they run out of eyeliner. Watch the interview below the fold.

On TV: Seether, New Found Glory, Serj Tankian

New Found Glory 'Coming Home'

Rock acts on television this week include:

Seether, who perform on ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ on Monday

The Academy Is…, who visit ‘Total Request Live’ on Monday

Armor For Sleep, who visit ‘TRL’ on Monday

New Found Glory, who visit ‘The Sauce’ on Monday

Good Charlotte, who perform on ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ on Tuesday

Zappa Plays Zappa, who perform on ‘Late Night’ on Tuesday

System of a Down’s Serj Tankian, who visits ‘Tavis Smiley’ on Tuesday

The Sex Pistols, who perform on ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ on Tuesday and ‘The Late Late Show’ on Wednesday

Roger Daltrey of The Who, who visits ‘Late Night’ on Wednesday

Everytime I Die, who perform on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Wednesday

Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, who performs on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on Thursday

Ryan Adams, who performs on ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ on Thursday

Slash of Velvet Revolver, who performs or promotes his new memoir ‘Slash’, or both, on ‘Late Night’ on Thursday