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Pearl Jam’s ‘Twenty’ Soundtrack Will Include Second Disc Of Rarities
Pearl Jam opened its extensive video vaults for ‘Pearl Jam Twenty,’ and the band has done the same with its audio collection for the documentary’s soundtrack. Not only will it contain 14 concert, TV and radio performances that are connected with the forthcoming film, the ‘Pearl Jam Twenty’ soundtrack also comes with a second disc of demos and other live recordings that covers PJ’s two decade histo
Al Jourgensen And Ministry Plan New Album After Three-Year Breakup
Regular exercise, a vegetarian diet, no more smoking or drinking — the Al Jourgensen of today is not the same as the one from three years ago, which is when he pulled the plug on Ministry. Saying he feels “the healthiest I’ve been in over 20 years,” Jourgensen has revived his old industrial rock band, which will release a new album by the end of the year and hit the road in 2012.
Misfits To Unleash New Album, ‘The Devil’s Rain,’ Launch US Tour In The Fall
There’s always been a Halloween-appropriate look to the Misfits. So it’s only appropriate for the legendary punk band from New Jersey to release new music prior to trick-or-treating season. Get ready for ‘The Devil’s Rain,’ which comes pouring down on Oct. 4 and will be preceded by the start of a US tour.
Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic To Play Seattle Show Celebrating 20th Anniversary Of ‘Nevermind’
Since Kurt Cobain’s death in 1994 and Nirvana‘s inevitable breakup, Dave Grohl has stayed in the limelight and has flourished as the leader and frontman of Foo Fighters. Krist Novoselic, meanwhile, has put music on the back burner for the better part of the last 17 years. But Novoselic has picked a good time to strap on his bass again for the public: a Sept. 20 celebration and fundraiser in Seattl
Bush Headlines Fall US Tour With Chevelle And Filter
The recently reformed Bush is set to hit the road this fall for a headlining U.S. tour with two other bands that made some big noise in the mid-to-late 1990s: Chevelle and Filter.
Pearl Jam Streams ‘Crown of Thorns’ From Its ‘PJ20′ Documentary Soundtrack [AUDIO]
Pearl Jam has never forgotten Mother Love Bone, the short-lived Seattle band that produced two of PJ’s founding members, guitarist Stone Gossard and bassist Jeff Ament. On the soundtrack to its upcoming documentary, ‘PJ20,’ Pearl Jam includes a cover of the Mother Love Bone song ‘Crown of Thorns,’ and it’s now being streamed on the official PJ site.
Fuse TV To Air A Red Hot Chili Peppers Concert Same Day Their New Album Comes Out
Aug. 30 was already going to be a big day for the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Thanks to a little help from Fuse TV, it’s going to be even bigger. To coincide with the release of the band’s new album, ‘I’m With You,’ on that Tuesday, Fuse will air a Chili Peppers concert from the legendary Roxy Theatre at 9 p...
Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ Deluxe Anniversary Version — New Details Revealed
Demos, B-sides and concert recordings are among the rarities that will be included on not one, but two deluxe 20th anniversary editions of Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ from Universal Music Enterprises. Originally scheduled for a Sept. 19 release, the digitally remastered and beefed-up ‘Nevermind’ packages will now drop on Sept. 27 — 20 years and three days after the original album arrived.
Tom Morello Debuts Comic Book Series ‘Orchid’
Tom Morello’s music tends to pack some punch, whether it’s his work with Rage Against the Machine or Audioslave or his recent solo recordings as The Nightwatchman. The same can be said of Morello’s new graphic comic series, Orchid, which he unveiled Wednesday night at the San Diego Comic Con.
Slipknot and Stone Sour Singer Corey Taylor Enjoys ‘Catharsis’ with New Book
Ever since he was a kid, Corey Taylor has wanted to write a book. The Slipknot and Stone Sour front man finally fulfilled his dream with the recently released hardcover Seven Deadly Sins: Settling the Argument Between Born Bad and Damaged Goods (Da Capo Press).