Saturday, May 10, 2014

Quick News

An official career-spanning documentary on Soundgarden has been greenlit! The film will chronicle Soundgarden's full history from their very early days in Seattle to their 2010 reunion and the 2012 release of their epic comeback, King Animal. The team behind the documentary Super Duper Alice Cooper will helm the projecting.

Speaking to Rolling Stone, Jimmy Page confirmed that Led Zeppelin were working on new material without Robert Plant after their 2007 reunion concert at the O2 arena in London. Page said that Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and Myles Kennedy would have filled in for Plant, yet, the project was killed when John Paul Jones joined Dave Grohl and Josh Homme to play in Them Crooked Vultures.

 Questlove will be added Executive Producer to his ever growing resume, as he will E.P. VH1's Soundclash. The show, which sounds much like Later...With Jools Holland, will feature three different acts from various genres performing onstage simultaneously, and it’ll be hosted by Diplo. The series will air on July 23.

Lana Del Rey has released the cover of her upcoming Ultraviolence album. The record, produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, still does not have a release date, check out the cover below: