Pearl Jam should be finishing up work on a new album by the end of the year, if comments Matt Cameron made during a recent interview with Rhythm magazine are to be taken at face value. The drummer, who these days also sits behind the drum kit for Soundgarden, spoke of a busy rest of the year that involves plans with both — recording an album with one band, and touring behind a new album with the other.
The Smashing Pumpkins have postponed tonight’s (Aug. 7) concert at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines due to monsoon-like torrential rains that have caused flooding and landslides in the region. The gig is instead now scheduled to take place at the same time and in the same place on Wednesday, Aug. 8.
– Jack White shut the door on another Lollapalooza with the final headlining gig on Sunday night, turning in a reportedly raucous and rousing performance at that touched on the White Stripes, the Raconteurs and Dead Weather in addition to his recent solo album, ‘Blunderbuss.’ The set i
What’s hotter than the Red Hot Chili Peppers? How about the Red Hot Chili Pie, a new RHCP-themed pizza now being offered by Chicago’s Pie-Eyed Pizzeria at its three restaurants in conjunction with the 2012 edition of the annual Lollapalooza festival, which is taking place this weekend in the Windy City. The Chili Peppers, of course, are one of Lollapalooza’s headliners, a fact that has inspired this one-of-a-kind pie.
The Dirty Heads recruited formerly-Hasidic rapper Matisyahu to guest on ‘Dance All Night,’ the second single off their latest album, ‘Cabin by the Sea,’ and the collaboration may seem spiritually a bit out of whack — but musically it totally makes sense. Known for the kind of laid-back Southern California reggae grooves made famous by bands like Sublime and 311, the Heads actually met Matisyahu for the first time back in his Hasidic days while they were both on the road with 311.
There’s no doubt about it, No Doubt are back in a big way. On Thursday night — and less than a week after making their first performance on live TV in too long to remember — the band busted on to the stage of ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ and pulled out ‘Settle Down,’ the first single from ‘Push and Pull.’
‘Street Spirit (Fade Out),’ the epic closing number on Radiohead‘s 1995 album ‘The Bends,’ gets an extreme metal makeover at the hands of fellow Brits the Darkness, the glam rock band probably best remembered for their 2003 crossover rock hit ‘I Believe in a Thing Called Love.’
Killers fans who can’t bear to wait until September for the arrival of their new album, ‘Battle Born,’ we have a suggestion for you: Check them out on the road. The Las Vegas rockers kicked off a busy summer of touring — and gave their first public performance in more than half-a-year — on Thursday with a club gig in Asheville, N.C., performing four songs from the forthcoming disc during the intimate show.
Don’t worry. The documentary about the legendary Sound City Studios, in Van Nuys, Calif., that’s being produced and directed by Dave Grohl is still on the way. In fact, a third teaser trailer about the ‘Sound City’ flick has just been posted, which you can check out below. And by teaser, we kind of mean that literally, as such things as the release date of the documentary still have not been announced.
It may seem few bands are stylistically and sonically further apart than Black Sabbath and Blondie, but the heavy metal legends and the New Wave stars may have more in common than meets the ear. Sabbath’s anti-war anthem ‘Children of the Grave,’ off their influential 1971 stoner rock masterpiece ‘Masters of Reality,’ and Blondie’s chart-topping (and all-time best-selling) single ‘Call Me’ share a chord progression that’s so similar that it’s hard to ignore.
Pete Doherty has left a drug rehab facility in Chiang Mai, Thailand after attending for three weeks and completing only half of his scheduled treatment. The former Libertines and Babyshambles frontman was asked to vacate the posh, $11,000-a-month facility called the Cabin for being disruptive to other patients.
Here come the dog days of summer — and the final new summer music releases are due out in August 2012. There aren’t as many new albums out this month compared to the last few, but quality makes up or quantity any day of the week — or any month of the year — and this is no exception. With a new one from Bloc Party leading the charge followed by Yeasayer, Antony and the Johnsons and more, it’s not a bad way to spend a month rocking out.
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