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Concert announce during the Rock Lunch today. The band that will be announced is known for genius such as; “You’re Beautiful When You Don’t Talk”, “F*****g My Heart In The Ass”, “It Wont Suck Itself”, “Eatin’ Aint Cheatin’” and “Asian Hooker” just to name a few.
New Footage (3.3.14)… column of russian truck rolling in too.
Soundgarden will be diving back into the Superunknown this spring with multi-disc, rarities-packed special editions of their 1994 album. In celebration of the record’s 20th anniversary, the band have planned two deluxe reissues and a vinyl edition of the LP, which debuted at Number One when it was originally released, for a June 3rd release. Each disc will contain demos and recordings from rehearsals, many of which have never been released.
The two-CD Deluxe Edition contains a remastered version of the album alongside a second disc of 16 demos, rehearsals and B-sides; 10 of the tracks have never previously been released. The Super Deluxe Edition expands the album to a five-disc release with even more rarities, discs dedicated to B-sides, demos and rehearsals and a version of the album mixed in Blu-ray Audio 5.1 Surround Sound. That edition also comes with a hardbound book with liner notes by Rolling Stone’s David Fricke, never-before-seen photos by Kevin Westerberg and “reimagined” album art by artist Josh Graham. The band is also putting out a double-LP edition of the album on 200-gram vinyl.
To announce the release, the group posted a rehearsal version of “The Day I Tried to Live.”
Soundgarden have also planned a special vinyl release – Superunknown: The Singles – for Record Store Day on April 19th. It contains five 10-inch records with all of the B-sides from the original single releases for “Spoonman,” “The Day I Tried to Live,” “Black Hole Sun,” “My Wave” and “Fell on Black Days.” Each will include reimagined art and all of the attendant B-sides that appeared on the original single releases.
On Tuesday Rob Zombie Reveals Zombie Horror Picture Show Artwork was a top story. Here is the recap: (hennemusic) Rob Zombie has unveiled the cover to his forthcoming live DVD, “The Zombie Horror Picture Show” as Zombie plays Australia’s traveling Soundwave festival and will launch a spring US tour April 26 in Fort Myers, Florida.
Due in May, the project captures Zombie in concert last summer in Houston (Aug 3) and Dallas (Aug 4) during the final two shows of the 2013 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival.
Zombie was headlining the festival while on the road to promote his latest album, “Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor.” Check out the cover art for the new DVD – here.
Read more at http://www.antimusic.com/news/14/February/ts25Rob_Zombie_Reveals_Zombie_Horror_Picture_Show_Artwork.shtml#OwHMGUyv0auUTzzG.99
CHEVELLE will release its seventh studio album, titled “La Gargola”, on April 1. The disc was recorded in Pasadena, California instead of the band’s usual spot in their hometown of Chicago, and follows up 2011′s “Hats Off To The Bull”.
The “La Gargola” cover, which can be found below, features a dark figure wearing a buttoned up coat and a beak-like mask worn by plague doctors back in the days.
“La Gargola” track listing:
01. Ouija Board
02. An Island
03. Take Out The Gunman
05. Hunter Eats Hunter
06. One Ocean
07. Choking Game
08. The Damned
09. Under The Knife
Drummer Sam Loeffler explained the group’s sound to Loudwire Reloaded, saying: “At the end of the day I think we sound like our band without trying to sound like somebody else, and that’s important. But at the same time you hope your music evolves. To me, it does evolve, but it’s still melodic hard rock music which is what inspires us to want to write.”
The first single, “Take Out The Gunman”, addresses the issues of guns and mass shootings, but Loeffler says it’s also about more than that. “It is hitting a little close to home,” he tells The Pulse Of Radio. “However, certainly it’s about that but the real point is about how the media sensationalizes it and how it perpetuates it, because we talk about it so much and concentrate on it so much, which is — when you put something on television, it just becomes bigger than life and then, you know, the age-old question is, if you don’t put it on TV and nobody knows about it, will it happen less? I don’t know.”
The official lyric video for “Take Out The Gunman” can be seen below.
The trio will head out on the road for a headlining tour with MIDDLE CLASS RUT and OH BROTHER, beginning on April 4.
The group is also scheduled to make appearances at the Rock On The Range and Welcome To Rockville festivals in April and May.
SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor has told U.K.’s Kerrang! magazine that the band will begin “major, major work” on its fifth album in March. 17 demos are ready for SLIPKNOT’s first CD since 2008′s “All Hope Is Gone” and the first since the 2010 death of bassist Paul Gray and December 2013 departure of drummer Joey Jordison, one of the band’s founding members and key songwriters.
Regarding the direction of SLIPKNOT’s new material, Taylor said: “I can say that, to me — and this is only my opinion — it’s a cross between [2001's] ‘Iowa’ and [2004's] ‘Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)’, but that’s honestly just scratching the surface. I think fans are going to be very, very excited when they hear this stuff.”
He added: “I’ve written lyrics for everything that we have right now and it’s feeling pretty good. It feels like the story of the band so far, which is a totally different take on what I’ve been used to writing with SLIPKNOT, but I think, because of everything we’ve been through, it’s time to tell that story. Not just from our point of view, but from everything around us. So, yeah… it’s going to be interesting. It’s going to be everything you want in a SLIPKNOT album, and everything you wouldn’t expect.”
Taylor was unwilling to comment on anything “controversial” during his interview with Kerrang! and wouldn’t discuss Jordison’s exit from the band, but he did hint at deeper family problems that needed to be resolved, as he reflected how his life was during the band’s break in activity.
“Last year, it felt like we put enough miles between the bad stuff and the good stuff — that we could start enjoying life again,” he said. “Personally, my family took a couple of hits in the last year and a half, and it felt good to be able to let go of that deep breath we’d been holding. Professionally, I got to do a lot of stuff I wasn’t expecting, which was cool, and now I’m feeling like it’s time to revisit the ‘KNOT and see where we’re at right there. My hopes for this year are to be creative — getting that creative itch. And with the new SLIPKNOT album, I’m starting to feel that side of things.”
SLIPKNOT guitarist Jim Root told The Pulse Of Radio late last year — before the news about Jordison broke — that he was feeling the urgency to make a new SLIPKNOT album. “You know, we haven’t done a record since Paul’s been gone and it’s been pushing six years. And there’s a lot of people in SLIPKNOT and a lot of fans and me myself kind of feel like it’s time for that hurdle to be overcome. And for me, that’s really like my number one priority and the most important thing for me right now.”
SLIPKNOT has not disclosed the reasons for Jordison’s exit, although the drummer issued a statement in January saying that he did not quit the band.
Root, who plays in both SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR with Taylor, sat out STONE SOUR’s recent North American tour with POP EVIL and STOLEN BABIES in order to work on the new SLIPKNOT album.
Taylor told The Pulse Of Radio not long ago that he thought 2014 would be the year that SLIPKNOT came back with new music. “I know everybody is pretty keen on getting together and seeing what happens [this] year, so I mean, if it takes us a year to write an album, so be it,” he said. “The main goal is to just get us in the room and just see what happens, you know. If we can get past that first day, I think it’ll come together. Now that we’re all kind of in better places in our lives and whatnot, it’s making it a little easier to be excited about it again. It’s just starting to feel like it’s time.”
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Slash has teamed up with Ernie Ball for the Slash Real to Reel webisodes that will follow Slash and Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators during the making of his upcoming third solo record. The series can be followed at SlashOnline.com. Check out episode 1 below..