Friday, March 29, 2013

Quick News

Shoe-gaze post-punks Crocodiles have confirmed they have finished recording their new album. The California band will head to London to mix it.

New Jersey punks The Front Bottoms will release their new album, The Talon of the Hawk on May 21.

British singer Miles Kane will release his sophomore solo LP, Don't Forget Who You Are, in May.

Because of being slated to play at a Tibetan Freedom Concert over 15 years ago, electro legends Kraftwerk are banned from playing in China. Kraftwerk, who were supposed to play the Freedom Concert in the 90's could not perform because of weather conditions, however, the Chinese government are denying the German electronic pioneers from headlining this years Strawberry Fields Festival in Beijing at the end of May because of their involvement in the Freedom Concert all those years ago.

Once again, Ministry are no longer. Frontman Al Jourgensen is ending the group, after reuniting them in 2011. However, after another health scare for Jourgensen and the loss of bandmate and best friend, Mike Scaccia last year, Ministry will be no longer. The band will release their final record, From Beer to Eternity in September.

The poster for the forthcoming CBGB's movie is out. The film, CBGB, stars Alan Rickman, Taylor Hawkins, Freddy Rodriguez, Rupert Grint, and more. Take a look below (Click to Enlarge):