Transformers: Dark of the Moon Paramore Soundtrack Clip

4:19 PM Blogger Serabutan 2 Comments

A clip has been released for the Transformers: Dark of the Moon soundtrack, which will be released on June 14 in advance of the movie hitting theaters on July 1. The official soundtrack features the new single "Monster" by Paramore. We have a small 30-second preview of this new "Monster" single before the full song is released exclusively on on June 3. Click on the video player below for this preview of Paramore's song from the Transformers: Dark of the Moon soundtrack.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon comes to theaters June 29th, 2011 and stars Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Julie White, Kevin Dunn, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, Alan Tudyk, John Malkovich. The film is directed by Michael Bay.


Paramore Joins 2011 - Tastic "Transformers" Soundtrack

10:22 AM Blogger Serabutan 1 Comments

Paramore announced late Monday that their new song, “Monster,” will be featured on the Transformers: Dark of the Moon soundtrack.

A spokesperson for Atlantic/Fueled by Ramen tells MTV News that the band is also scheduled to shoot a music video for “Monster” next month in Los Angeles.

The new song is the first music Paramore will release since guitarist Josh Farro and drummer Zac Farro decided to part ways with the band last December.

“Monster” is expected to be the second single off the Transformers: Dark of the Moon soundtrack, as Linkin Park’s “Iridescent” has already been released.

Other bands featured on the upcoming film’s soundtrack include My Chemical Romance, Taking Back Sunday, Mastodon, and Staind.

Paramore issued a statement on their official website to confirm that they have been recording new material in the studio in recent months, according to

Frontwoman Hayley Williams announced earlier this year that the band plans to debut tracks from their follow-up to 2009’s Brand New Eyes during the summer.

So there’s this album coming out, and it’s got Linkin Park, Staind and the Goo Goo Dolls. Get excited! Although not too much–this is obviously, like, 2001 in May, so you might be having awkward homework flashbacks. How about this: Paramore’s on it, too. No? How about a Paramore without the Farro brothers? Ah, now we’re in 2011 again.

But then, of course we are. It couldn’t be almost summer in 2011 without a Transformers sequel on the works and its accompanying soundtrack up for pre-order before it drops June 14. Paramore’s song, “Monster” (see also: Gaga, Ne-Yo, Kanye West) will debut on the soundtrack and also has a video to be shot next month in Los Angeles.

The full tracklisting:

1. Linkin Park – Iridescent
2. Paramore – Monster
3. My Chemical Romance – The Only Hope For Me Is You
4. Taking Back Sunday – Faith (When I Let You Down)
5. Staind – The Bottom
6. Art Of Dying – Get Thru This
7. Goo Goo Dolls – All That You Are
8. Theory Of A Deadman – Head Above Water
9. Black Veil Brides – Set The World On Fire
10. Skillet – Alive & Awake (The Quickening)
11. Mastodon – Just Got Paid

So yes: accuse the Transformers people of whatever you’d like (start with the movie itself existing, maybe), but you can’t say they don’t know exactly what sort of music they want to involve: kinda grunge-y, a little emo, and often reminding us of the earlier 2000s.

In case you were wondering, too, that is in fact a ZZ Top cover at the end. Although we were kinda hoping for ‘N Sync. Don’t lie–you remember that song too.

Source: TheCelebrityCafe and PopDust


Paramore delivers acoustic performance at MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert

7:31 PM Blogger Serabutan 1 Comments

Paramore offered a couple of stripped-down tunes Friday at the seventh annual MusiCares MAP Fund benefit concert in Los Angeles. The band was on hand to help honor Vans Warped Tour and Country Throwdown Tour founder Kevin Lyman, who earned MusiCares’ From The Heart Award “for his unconditional friendship and dedication to the mission and goals of the organization.”

Bassist Jeremy Davis, singer Hayley Williams and guitarist Taylor York were joined by York’s brother, Justin York, in giving the unplugged treatment to “Misery Business” and “That’s What You Get.” Watch Below.