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The Las Vegas-based rockers' sophomore effort kicks Drake's surprise mixtape 'If You're Reading This It's Too Late' from this week's Billboard 200's top spot.
To promote their upcoming sophomore album, which arrives in the U.S. on February 17, the Las Vegas rockers debut the 'Shots' video and cover Swift's hit during a visit to Radio 1's 'Live Lounge'.
The mid-tempo rock song comes in anticipation of the group's upcoming second album 'Smoke + Mirrors'.
The album, which was written and produced by the band along with Alex Da Kid in their self-built home studio, will be released on February 17, 2015.
The 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' actor finds himself in an underwater house and flying on a boat after getting sucked into Arizona's Roosevelt Dam.
Also announced as an AMA performer is Garth Brooks, who will sing a track off his new album from a stop on his ongoing tour.
The track, which is now donwloadable on the official site of 'League of Legends', will be available on Spotify and iTunes among others on Thursday, September 18.
The Broadway star will sing the national anthem before the game on July 15 and will cover Bob Dylan's 'Forever Young' during a pre-game ceremony.
The Las Vegas-based band performs the song during their concert at the Ocean Terminal Rooftop Car Park in Harbour City, Hong Kong.
The song, which is scheduled to be released in the U.S. on June 2, is the Las Vegas-based band's collaboration with the film's composer Steve Jablonsky.
The rapper is going to headline the Hova-curated event in Philadelphia, while the Las Vegas rock band will play the festival in Los Angeles.
The film's director Michael Bay announces that the Las Vegas band will perform the song titled 'Battle Cry' at the screening in Hong Kong on June 19.
After the Las Vegas band beats competitors like Lorde and Arctic Monkeys, Rihanna returns to the stage to collect Best Song of the Year award for her collaboration with Mikky Ekko, 'Stay'.
The country crooner and the rock band are going to be joined by John Legend and OneRepublic as well as previously-announced performer Jason Derulo at the annual awards show.
The Las Vegas rock band and the New Zealand singer score 12 nominations each, beating musicians like Justin Timberlake and Katy Perry who earn 11 and 10 nominations respectively.