Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Quick News


Led Zeppelin will release / reissue their Live at the BBC sessions in September. The double album will feature the 33-song sessions at the network that were recorded in 1969 and 1971. The album was initially released in 1997, yet, a new disc of eight "lost" songs will be released for the very first time in this new packaging.

Marilyn Manson will release his new album, SAY10, on Valentine's Day next year.

Speaking to Britain's Radio Times, Keith Richards has said that The Rolling Stones will end when they all die. The axeman said: "They’re not really bands if they don’t last; they’re groups. We’re a band and a real band sticks until it dies. These bands, they become big, but they’re generational, just for their one decade. They literally go when their testosterone goes.”

Slayer are teaming up with Dark Horse Comics to release Slayer: Repentlessness Vol.1, a series of graphic novels based around the songs and ideas of the metal legends. It was announced at Comic-Con that they will come out later this year. Guitarist Kerry King told Rolling Stone: "My philosophy as far as anybody working on anything regarding Slayer, be it the album cover art or video concepts, is to let the people who do that for a living do it. That's how we started working with [cover artist] Larry Carroll for Reign in Blood, South of Heaven and Seasons in the Abyss. We gave him song titles, lyrics, just things to put ideas in his head."