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Executive produced by the Blink-182 drummer, this 20-minute mixtape is a huge level up

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The band's fourth album is no retrospective hagiography, but instead takes a bold step into sprawling new territory

Weezer – ‘Van Weezer’ review: veteran pop-rockers throw up the Devil horns

The heavy metal pastiche often clashes against Rivers Cuomo's sensitive songwriting

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The band's seventh album sounds like a time capsule from an era of more petty concerns

Weezer – ‘OK Human’ review: an orchestral pop paean to much-needed connection

The guitar heroes have – gulp – ditched the guitars for a bold new direction

Weezer: “This album is about feeling isolated, alienated and secluded – it’s perfect for now”

The beloved pop-rockers' new album 'OK Human' explores the connection and community we're missing

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