FM have released a video for Diggin’ Up The Dirt, taken from the band’s Heroes and Villains album, the follow-up to 2013’s Rockville pairing.
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Former Supertramp frontman Roger Hodgson will perform a one-off show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on April 29, he’s confirmed.
Late last year, Soundgarden released a three-disc rarities collection called Echo of Miles that mixed together unreleased tracks and demos with compilation contributions like the pummeling “Birth Ritual,” which the Seattle band recorded for the grunge-era romantic comedy Singles . Perhaps inspired by that trip down memory lane, Chris Cornell and company dusted off “Birth Ritual” live onstage for the first time since 1992 at the band’s Soundwave Festival gig in Adelaide, Australia Saturday night (via Stereogum). Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil on Reissues, Rarities and What’s Next Thankfully, the resurrection of “Birth Ritual” wasn’t a one-off event, as the band busted out the Singles cut again the following night in Melbourne. While the performance lacks the tenacity and soaring Cornell high notes on the chorus of the Singles incarnation – the singer’s vocals are significantly more restrained on this live rendition – it’s still great to see the grunge giants reexamine their catalog and dig out a track fans have been clamoring to hear for over two decades
Helloween guitarist Michael Weikath says they’re are in the final mixing stages as they prepare their 15th album for a May release via Nuclear Blast.
Metallica have paid tribute to Bruce Sinofsky, director of controversial band documentary Some Kind Of Monster, after he died yesterday.
Rod Stewart’s guitarist Jim Cregan has confirmed he’s battling prostate cancer.
Original recordings of the Beatles’ 1962 December gigs at Hamburg’s Star Club are to be sold at auction, it’s been confirmed.