Miley Cyrus took to her Twitter handle to give fans the 411 on Bangerz.
+ Miley Cyrus answered Smilers' questions on Twitter yesterday, sharing that Bangerz "revealed its name about 8 songs in" and that it's "filled with LOVE. Anything you do out of love can't lose." The VMA performer and nominee for Best Song Of The Summer also announced her fourth studio album's release date: "#BANGERZ #Oct8th." (MTV News)
+ Listen to Ellie Goulding's beautiful cover of The Waterboys' "How Long Will I Love You." She recorded the romantic ballad for "About Time," an upcoming film by Richard Curtis (the man behind "Love Actually" and "Notting Hill"). (Idolator)
+ Though Earl Sweatshirt's Doris is not out until Aug. 20, the Odd Future member is streaming the disc in its entirety on Tumblr. "I just want it to be out so there can be conversation about sh-- other [than my life]," Earl said, adding, "So when the album comes out, it'll give everyone 15 songs to talk about." (RapFix)
+ Watch Carly Rae Jepsen's anti-bullying PSA for USA Network's Characters Unite campaign. The singer will perform at #UniteLIVE: The Concert To Rock Out Bullying on Oct. 3, but "The location is top secret for now," she says in the PSA. (Just Jared Jr.)
+ Looks like KISS wants to rock and roll all night, party every day, and bring a football team to Anaheim, Calif. According to ESPN, band members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley will co-own an Arena Football League expansion team called the LA KISS, who will join the league in March. (ESPN)
+ Allen Lanier -- one of the founding members of Blue Öyster Cult who also recorded with Patti Smith, The Clash, and Iggy Pop -- died on Aug. 14 of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. He was 67. (Rolling Stone)
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