Paramore premiered their latest music video for their new track “Monster” today over at “Monster” is currently in the Top 30 at Alternative Radio outlets nationwide and is #9 on iTunes’ Top Alternative Songs chart helping Paramore garner two nominations (Choice Rock Group and Choice Rock Track – “Monster”) for the 2011 Teen Choice Awards.  The band will also be playing a string of dates this summer including a handful of appearances on the 2011 Vans Warped Tour and a performance at New York City’s Terminal 5 on September 7th for the first night of The Fueled By Ramen 15th Anniversary shows (see dates below).  “Monster” is currently featured on the soundtrack for Transformers 3: Dark Of The Moon – The Movie is currently in theaters and the soundtrack is available in stores and on iTunes now!

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19        Milwaukee, WI                        Marcus Amphitheater – Vans Warped Tour

20        Cleveland, OH                         Blossom Music Center – Vans Warped Tour


9          San Diego, CA                         Cricket Amphitheater – Vans Warped Tour

14        Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong       Hong Kong Asia World Arena Hall 8

17        Bali, Indonesia                        Garuda Wisnu Kencana

19        Jakarta, Indonesia                   Carnaval Beach

21        Singapore, Singapore              Indoor Stadium

24        Honolulu, HI                            The Waterfront at Aloha Tower


7          New York, NY                          Terminal 5 – Fueled By Ramen 15th Anniversary


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