Thursday, June 29, 2017

Quick News

In September, for one night around the world, Black Sabbath will screen their documentary / concert film, Black Sabbath: The End of the End, which chronicles the metal icons final concerts which took place last year in Birmingham, England, where they hail from. In recent news, former drummer Bill Ward spoke to Rolling Stone about how he has made peace with his former bandmates after not wanting to tour or make a new record when they reunited in 2011. "I've gone through a lot of tears. I've grieved the loss of three of my best friends. I've grieved the loss of their company, their words, their laughter, their joy, and above all, their music. ... I've grieved the loss of the fans, and I've grieved the pain of what all this has created," he said. "I can't afford to have resentment. I can't afford to be angry. I can't afford these things spiritually or physically. So I knew I had to be rid of them."

Sad news to report, Afghan Whigs and Twilight Singers guitarist Dave Rosser passed away Tuesday after a battle with colon cancer. The Whigs posted the news on their Facebook page. Rosser joined the Whigs in 2014. Our thoughts go out to his friends, family, and bandmates. 

Arcade Fire announced the tracklisting to their upcoming LP, Everything Now, which arrives next month. Take a look, below:
1. ‘Everything_Now’ (continued)
2. ‘Everything Now’
3. ‘Signs of Life’
4. ‘Creature Comfort’
5. ‘Peter Pan’
6. ‘Chemistry’
7. ‘Infinite Content’
8. Infinite_Content’
9. ‘Electric Blue’
10. ‘Good God Damn’
11. ‘Put Your Money On Me’
12. ‘We Don’t Deserve Love’
13. ‘Everything Now’ (continued)

Liam Gallagher took to Twitter Thursday morning to announce the tracklisting to his solo debut, As You Were, which arrives in October. Take a look, below:
01 Wall of Glass
02 Bold
03 Greedy Soul
04 Paper Crown
05 For What It’s Worth
06 When I’m In Need
07 You Better Run
08 I Get By
09 Chinatown
10 Come Back to Me
11 Universal Gleam
12 I’ve All I Need

Kendrick Lamar spoke to Big Boy on 92.3 radio in LA Thursday morning and said that the title of his new album, Damn., was going to be called What Happens on Earth Stays on Earth, which is what Kid Capri shouts out on songs "Element" and "Duckworth." He also ranked his albums:
1. Damn
2. Good Kid in a M.A.A.D. City
3. To Pimp a Butterfly
4. Section 8.0