Monday, May 8, 2017

Quick News

Eagles of Death Metal will release the Live DVD and CD set, I Love You All The Time - Live At The Olympia In Paris, in August. The footage and performance comes from their first show in Paris following the massacre at Le Bataclan in November 2017 during the attack on the city.

Speaking at the Rolling Loud Festival over the weekend, Action Bronson promised said that his new album, Blue Chips 7000 will be out next month, reportedly telling the crowd: "I don't give a fuck if I have to leak it myself. I don't give a flying fuck."

Ani DiFranco will release her new album, Binary, next month.

Interpol are heading out on the road this summer to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their debut, Turn on the Bright Lights, and singer Paul Banks told Beats Radio that former bassist Carlos D., will not be joining the band for any performance. "I don’t think it’s likely that he’s going to reach out. I really think Carlos is doing his own thing now. I understand why people would be interested in that, but the reality is, the social dynamic ... is that I don’t have any contact with Carlos," he said.

MGMT have confirmed that the title of their new album will be Dark Little Age and it will be out later this year.