Sunday, January 02, 2011

Queens of the Stone Age to Begin on New Album



Queens of the Stone Age are planning to begin work on their new album in January. It will be the band’s first new full-length record since 2007’s Era Vulgaris.

“Everybody seems excited and ready to go,” keyboard player Dean Fertita told Billboard.com. “We’ve got so many ideas started already; I guess we’ll see what turns out to be everybody’s favorite.”

Lately, frontman Josh Homme has been spending time with his supergroup, Them Crooked Vultures (with Dave Grohl and John Paul Jones) and Fertita’s been touring and recording as part of The Dead Weather (with Jack White)....

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Lady Gaga's New Album 'Born This Way' Will Be Released On May 23

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Lady Gaga has announced the release date for her new album 'Born This Way'.

The singer made the announcement via her official Twitter page, Twitter.com/ladygaga, writing that the record will be released on May 23 and that the album's title track will be made available on February 13. She also posted a picture of herself sporting a leather jacket with the album's title written on the back.

February 13 is also the date for the 2011 Grammy Awards. Lady Gaga is nominated for six awards, with the release date leading to speculation that she will perform the song at the ceremony. ...

Source: NME
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System Of A Down 2011 Tour Dates



System Of A Down 2011 TOUR DATES

6/2/11 - Italy, Milan, Milan Fiera Arena
6/4/11 - Germany, Nurnberg, Rock im Park
6/5/11 - Germany, Nurburgring, Rock am Ring
6/6/11 - France, Paris, Omnisports de Bercy
6/9/11 - Switzerland, Interlaken, Greenfield Festival
6/11/11 - UK, Castle Donington, Download Festival
6/13/11 - Austria, Nickelsdorf, Novarock
6/15/11 - Germany, Berlin, Wuhlheide
6/17/11 - Sweden, Gothenburg, Metaltown Festival
6/19/11 - Finland, Seinajoki, Provinssirock

Saturday, January 01, 2011

Slash Discusses Guns N' Roses Collaboration With Fergie

While Axl Rose spent 2010 trying to revive Guns N' Roses' reputation as a live act, the man who wrote their greatest riffs has been on an altogether different path.

Far from rehashing the past, Slash has been embracing new genres and collaborations, using his self-titled debut album to bring together artists as diverse as Iggy Pop, Ozzy Osbourne and Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas -- the woman he calls the most exciting female rock singer to emerge for 15 years.



Watch the interview on Spinner HERE


Friday, December 31, 2010

Preview: M.I.A. "Vicki Leekx Mixtape" free Download



Here is the site where you can download the new M.I.A.'s "Vicki Leekx Mixtape"

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Elbow Announce New Album




By Alex Hudson
When Elbow released The Seldom Seen Kid back in 2008, we called it "consistent and expertly composed." The album later went on to win the prestigious Mercury Prize, beating out the likes of Radiohead, Burial and the Last Shadow Puppets. Now, Elbow finally have its follow-up on the way.

The upcoming album, which will be the group's fifth, is titled Build a Rocket Boys! and will be out on March 7 in the UK. It was recorded at Salford, UK's Blueprint Studios with keyboardist Craig Potter acting as producer. This is the third consecutive time that Elbow have recorded at Blueprint.



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Röyksopp North America tour in March.

Röyksopp announce their long awaited return to North America. They will be touring the USA and Canada in March 2010, taking in Toronto, Montreal, New York, Washington DC and Atlanta! They will aslo be stopping at Ultra Music Festival in Miami.


TOUR DATES

Toronto: The Guvernment »

18 March 2011 - The Guvernment - Canada

Montreal: Club Soda »

19 March 2011 - Club Soda - Canada

New York: Webster Hall »

21 March 2011 - Webster Hall - USA

Washington DC: 9:30 Club »

23 March 2011 - 9:30 Club - USA

Atlanta: Masquerade »

24 March 2011 - Masquerade - USA



Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Watch "Beady Eye" new Liam Gallagher's (post- Oasis band's) new video

Jethro Tull’s ‘Stand Up’ Expanded Collectors Edition



Hearing the start of the interview with Jethro Tull front man Ian Anderson proves beyond doubt that the music Anderson and his band mates have crafted through the decades does indeed stand up well to the test of time. Talking about the early days and the mention of the year 1968 drives that point home. To say that Jethro Tull has been together for more than four decades is one thing, but for those of us that actually remember 1968, it provides some additional perspective that helps one better grasp just how long these chaps have been at it.

Although Stand Up was not the group’s first album, Anderson refers to it as “The first Jethro Tull album on a creative level.” He goes on to say that Stand Up represented “The emergence of a broader-based and more eclectic Jethro Tull, which is more-or-less what we remain to this day.”


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