Thursday, February 16, 2012


Green Day have confirmed they are in the studio working on their new album. The trio entered the studio on Wednesday.

The Futureheads will release an instrument free aka a cappella record on April 2. The album, Rant will feature covers from Black Eyed Peas and Kelis. Take a look at the track listing below:
'Meet Me Halfway'
'Sumer Is Icumen In'
'The Keeper'
'The No. 1 Song in Heaven'
'The Old Dun Cow'
'Man Ray'

The collaborative record between Noel Gallagher and producer Amorphous Androgynous has been delayed. The record, which Gallagher announced last July in a press conference would be out in the summer of 2012, however, things have changed. Gallagher told NME, "I've got a break in the middle of this tour in July, so now the plan is to do something then, and then to finish it off after the tour in October. So it might come out at the end of the year, but it's more likely to be next year now."

The Heartbreaks will release their debut album, Funtimes on May 7. The album will contain 10 songs and you can get the band's latest single, "Winter Gardens," for free HERE.

The "classic" Guns N' Roses will reunite, sort of, for their Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction next month in Cleveland, Ohio. Keyboardist Dizzy Reed told Billboard, "I know that all the original band is going to be there. I don't know exactly what's going to go down. It's one of those things I'm sure will all come together and be really cool." Still no word if the band will perform together.

Mumford and Sons say they are in the final stages of recording their sophomore record. Mumford member Ben Lovett told MTV News, "We are in the final stages, we're not finished, we don't quite know the exact tracklisting. We have kind of road-tested some songs, and we have picked up some new songs and dropped some ones that people might have thought we were going to be putting on the record. We just want to make a record that's cohesive and one that we feel represents us best right now."

File this under - HOLY SHIT - Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has apparently found rare Joy Division and New Order master tapes when digging up the basement of his new restaurant in Manchester, England - the homebase for Joy Divison and New Order. The rare tapes are set to be valued at over a million pounds.