Mumford & Sons will hit the road this summer to drum up support for their impending third album, “Wilder Mind.” More news: Mumford & Sons
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King King have premiered their lyric video for Hurricane with TeamRock.
Two of metal’s most enduring themes are strength and darkness, and now metal innovators Judas Priest are making something else that’s strong and dark: their own coffee. To commemorate the 35th anniversary of their cherished British Steel album, the self-proclaimed Metal Gods teamed with Chicago’s Dark Matter Coffee to make their own limited-edition “British Steel” blend. Right now the coffee, which is made from two different beans imported directly from El Salvador to the store, is available for preorder. The store’s site specifies that the default setting is “whole bean” and that people who want ground coffee would need to say so. But, on a humorous note, they’re also including a cassingle of the British Steel track “Grinder,” backed with their recent song “Snakebite,” which appeared on the bonus disc to their recent Redeemer of Souls LP.
Magnum’s Bob Catley has confirmed the band are in studio sessions for their 18th album.
In an exclusive interview, the hard riff icon talks about his love of blues, its role in the rise of Led Zeppelin, and his discovery of artists like John Lee Hooker and Howlin’ Wolf. “I wanted to create that drama and tension…”
Therapy? have postponed the first two dates of their UK tour as mainman Andy Cairns recovers from illness.
Former Motley Crue singer John Corbabi has joined supergroup The Dead Daisies for their second album, Revolucion.
Beth Hart has revealed plans are underway for her to team up with Joe Bonamassa for a third album.