According to the New York Post a spokesperson for Dave Grohl has confirmed that their will be no Nirvana reunion or tour following the surviving members performance at the 12/12/12 concert with Paul McCartney.
Speaking to Metal Hammer Lars Ulrich gave an update on the current new material Metallica is working on for the follow-up to Death Magnetic. Ulrich said, "The stuff that we were banging out yesterday, it felt heavy, it felt energetic, it was loud, it was fast, it was rocking, it was crazy," he said, adding: ''The snare drum was on there and there were guitar solos, in case anybody was wondering.''
Enter Shakari have confirmed they will begin work on a new record in the new year.
Just as we announced Patti Smith's Just Kids as our Recommended Reading for this month, the singer has confirmed a follow-up to the acclaimed autobiography. Smith will write about her marriage to MC5 guitarist Fred Smith in her sequel.
The House of Love have confirmed that their new album will be called, She Paints Words In Red, and will be released in April.
After facing assault charges during the CBGB's Festival in New York this summer, former Cro-Mags bassist Harley Flanagan is clear. The charges against him have been dropped after prosecutors dismissed the case citing insufficient evidence to prove the charges beyond a reasonable doubt.
Posting a lengthy note on their website, Baroness member John Baizley has confirmed he is getting back into music and recovering well following the bands devastating bus accident in England over the summer. To read more about the recovery click HERE.
Following their acclaimed debut, Baby, Tribes will release a new album, Wish To Scream, in May. Take a look at the cover below: