Fans of prog-rock legends King Crimson can rejoice, the band have announced they will be reuniting and touring this summer.
After releasing the trailer for Sonic Highways, his HBO documentary series, Dave Grohl confirmed in a press release that the new Foo Fighters record will arrive in November. Grohl said, "I've pulled up the family tree of American music and exposed its roots to find inspiration for the next Foo Fighters album." The record is still untitled.
The Ting Tings confirmed they are working on their third album and it will be out this fall.
Pennywise will release their new album, Yesterdays, next month. The record will feature OG singer Jim Lindberg back on vocals.
Giving their first interview in over a decade, Pulp sat down with NME to discuss their upcoming documentary, legacy, and possible future. Band member Steve Mackey spoke about the possibility of a new record, saying, "I know you're not going to believe this but we honestly haven't talked about it." Member Candida Doyle added, "We're just not that kind of band. If you step back into that environment where you want to release records, then all these complications step up."
It has been revealed in a court case between Beastie Boys and Monster Energy Drink that the influential New York group promised late member Adam "MCA" Yauch, they would not make any more music after he passed. Member Mike D said in court, "We have not been able to tour since MCA, Adam Yauch, died. We can't make new music."
Medical records have confirmed that Gwar front man Dave Brockie aka Oderus Urungus died of a heroin overdose in March.
Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page has confirmed that he will release his autobiography, Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page, in October.
Tennis have announced that their new album, Ritual in Repeat, will arrive in September. Take a look at the tracklisting below:
01 Night Vision
02 Never Work for Free
03 Needle and a Knife
04 I’m Callin’
05 Bad Girls
07 Viv Without the N
08 Wounded Heart
09 This Isn’t My Song
10 Solar on the Rise
11 Meter & Line