Thursday, February 2, 2012

Quick News

Tegan and Sara have confirmed they will enter the studio on February 20 to work on new material.

The Bouncing Souls have announced the title and release date of their new record, the album Comet will arrive June 12.

It has been confirmed that next week, February 9, Sir Paul McCartney will FINALLY receive a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame. McCartney is the last and remaining Beatle to be honored on the legendary Los Angeles icon. Like his former bandmates star's, he will be placed right in front of the Capitol Records building on Vine Street.

After getting on punch after another. The Black Sabbath reunion is now in jeopardy, first came reports that guitarist Tony Iommi was battling lymphoma, however, his treatments would not effect the reunion tour or new record. Now, another punch has been delivered by drummer Bill Ward. Ward has, at least temporarily, dropped out of the album and tour over contract issues.
63-year-old Ward released an open letter Thursday saying, "Sabbath Fans, Fellow Musicians and Interested Parties" nodding that he would not go on with any of the reunion "unless a 'signable" contract is drawn up; a contract that reflects some dignity and respect toward me as an original member of the band." The reunion was set to kick off May 18 in Moscow.