Maybe they’re happy with their new ‘Lightning Bolt’ album and how it’s been received. Or perhaps it’s just gratitude that they’ve attained the rare status of a band who can sell out multiple nights at a New York-area arena.
Music from Pearl Jam’s entire catalog will be featured during the potentially seven-game series, save the heavily political 2002 full-length, ‘Riot Act.’
“I get so angry that I almost wish bad things upon these people,” the Pearl Jam singer seethed. “But I don’t have to because it seems like they happen anyways.”
The legendary Seattle rock outfit is previewing the band’s tenth studio album, ‘Lightning Bolt,’ in its entirety one week ahead of the official October 15 release date.
The engaging nine-minute documentary reveals insight behind the making of the album, as well as snippets of new music.
‘Sirens’ is the second song to be unveiled from the band’s forthcoming tenth studio album, ‘Lightning Bolt,’ due of October 15.
The free app serves as a mobile compendium of the band’s history, a quick link to their official store, a chance to purchase rare songs online, and more bonus features for Pearl Jam’s official fan club, the Ten Club.
A new website for upcoming Queens of the Stone Age album ‘…Like Clockwork’ will call your phone with creepy messages and a link to pre-order the record.
Queens of the Stone Age refer to their first album in six years not as their return but as the start of something new: QOTSA 2.0. Their new album, …Like Clockwork, hits stores June 4 on the indie label Matador Records and features an assortment of collaborators including Dave Grohl, Trent Reznor, Elton John, original bassist Nick Olivieri and Scissors Sisters frontman Jake Shears.
Pearl Jam has been in the studio recording its first album of new material since 2009, and the band may have an intriguing collaboration stemming from the sessions to show for it.