U2 has a brand new song–their first in three years–but it wasn’t written for their long awaited follow-up to 2009′s ‘No Line On The Horizon.’
‘Vs.’ set records in the week and a half it took to sell 1.3 million copies in October 1993, and coupled with Nirvana’s feminist-minded In Utero a month earlier, it was the moment where the bands overlapped most in popularity and political-mindedness.
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.’
Death Cab for Cutie took to Twitter yesterday to let fans know that they’re hard at work recording their eighth album.
“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 Killers are gearing up for the release of their greatest hits package, ‘Direct Hits,’ but the band’s frontman has already got his sights set on a new project.
Fans of the band will already be familiar with the video director’s work, as he’s been responsible for Lumineers posters as well as tour and online merchandise for years.
“I think why some of the songs do have that darkly romantic feel to them is because I was just preparing to get married,” singer Brandon Urie said.
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.
However (and this is a big however), Autobiography will see the light of day in the U.K. and Europe on October 17. Whatever this content disagreement was, it apparently was not enough to keep the book off the shelves in Moz’s native continent.