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I like Salem. If we play the odds, though, chances are you probably don't (unless you're Juno). That said, it was a pretty interesting move for Interpol -- a once hugely buzzing band on an undeniable…   Read Story »
If you're a Muse or My Chemical Romance fan, I feel sorta bad for you, but today's your lucky day: The bands are headlining this summer's Reading & Leeds Festivals. The (not so) resurgent Strokes and…   Read Story »
David Pajo is leaving Interpol, less than a year after joining the band as a touring member. The band announced the lineup change yesterday on their website. According to the post, which also…   Read Story »
Navigating their way down the coast of California, Interpol dropped down to San Diego bringing along School of Seven Bells for a mesmerizing light show and sheets of noise. Interpol will wrap up…   Read Story »
Playing in a space the size of a living room, Interpol worked through an eight-song set along with an interview for KCRW prior to the release of their new album. The new members settled in well:…   Read Story »
This video for Interpol's second single "Barricade" shoves together arresting images (mirrors, projections on torsos, nighttime balloons, a lack of Carlos D), but it doesn't take to…   Read Story »
Considering the details surrounding Interpol's self-produced self-titled fourth album, their first since 2007's Our Love To Admire, it's safe to assume that in some way or another it was intended to…   Read Story »
Last night Interpol did "Barricade" on Letterman, which was a good opportunity to check out new bassist Dave Pajo and the band's new live keyboard player, Secret Machines' Brandon Curtis. Both did…   Read Story »
So far we've heard “Lights” and “Barricade” from Interpol's upcoming self-titled fourth collection. The guys stay mopey and mid-tempo on "Memory Serves." (Thanks for the tip,…   Read Story »
You've heard "Lights," the first single from Interpol's upcoming self-titled. The second single, "Barricade," is available now on iTunes. If you liked "Lights" you'll like "Barricade," though I wish…   Read Story »