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Eric Clapton will appear as a guest on The Rolling Stones’ 23rd studio album. In a fresh interview with the BBC, Keith (Richards) said that Eric Clapton “dropped by (the studio) for a couple of numbers.”
When rumors broke this past weekend that Tool are planning a 2.5 hour, double-album release titled Decem for this coming fall, everyone (including us) had good reason to be skeptical: Tool are notorious for misleading rumors, whether initiated by devious fans or the band members themselves. Still, after ten years of waiting, we held out hope that the rumors were true.
Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan himself has now addressed the rumors on Twitter… sort of. And the upshot is: we still don’t know! His one-word response is seemingly a not-so-veiled attack on Tool fans — who he once called “insufferable” — but, this being Tool, he could well be taking the piss and putting this out into the world as a ruse.
Could the band be reuniting for the 10th anniversary of 'The Black Parade'? My Chemical Romance fans have been reacting to a mysterious video teaser the band posted online Wednesday, July 20th.
The New Jersey emo band originally split up in 2013 but earlier shared a 34 second clip that features a flag with a black cross on it billowing in the wind. The video ends with the date 9.23.16
Keith Richards was quoted as saying: 'The Rolling Stones will continue until we die,' and that they are still striving to “make their best record and put on our best show.”
KISS returns to comic books with "Kiss #1" in October, a futuristic, dark sci-fi adventure written by Amy Chu ("Poison Ivy") and illustrated by Kewber Baal ("Army Of Darkness: Furious Road").
The more you love music, the more music you love.
Sting is making a belated return to rock, crafting a new album of in-studio creations that will be titled 57th & 9th.
Bass player who joined the band in 1978 says it is a ‘changed animal’ in the wake of the departure of other members.
AC/DC are set to lose another of their number – the fourth core member of the group in two years. Bassist Cliff Williams, who joined in 1978 has said that after the band’s Rock or Bust tour ends, “I’m backing off of touring and recording.”
The three members he referred to were founding guitarist Malcolm Young, whose departure was announced in September 2014, following the news that he was suffering from dementia and had not played on the Rock or Bust album; drummer Phil Rudd, whose time with the band came to an end in November 2014 after he faced criminal charges in New Zealand, for which he was sentenced to home detention; and singer Brian Johnson, who left earlier this year after doctors told him he faced irreversible hearing loss if he carried on touring.
Digital music performer Onyx Ashanti combined 3D-printed components, pressure sensors, accelerometers and joysticks for his impressive Beatjazz Hands. The device produces continuous live, improvised music using his movements to wirelessly control sounds and effects, add new layers and dimensions and create loops.
Onyx Ashanti has spent the last couple of years creating a wearable system to help him break away from the confines of the front of a computer screen and create improvised music using wireless gestural interface controllers. His original prototype Beatjazz controller was made from cardboard and featured pressure sensors, accelerometers and an iPhone. The vast majority of the latest version has been 3D printed, and it looks and sounds incredible.
Queen’s Greatest Hits tops the list of the UK’s biggest-selling albums of all-time. Queen’s 1981 Greatest Hits collection has an unassailable lead of 6.1 million copies sold. Queen’s Greatest Hits II also makes it into the Top 10 at Number 10 with almost 4 million albums sold.
ABBA – Gold: Greatest Hits is the UK’s second biggest-selling album of all-time – nearly 5.2 million copies have been shifted since its release in 1992.
The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is at No 3, also is also the only other release in history to break the five million UK sales barrier (5.1 million).
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