Posts Tagged ‘games’

Broderick, Drover name their band

Former Megadeth duo Chris Broderick and Shawn Drover have announced their new band is called Act Of Defiance.

Scott Weiland ‘exhilarated’ by Wildabouts work

Scott Weiland has revealed that no recording process has excited him as much as his Stone Temple Pilots debut in 1992 – until he laid down tracks with new outfit The Wildabouts.

Gun return with Labour Of Life

Gun have published a video for Labour Of Life, the first single from forthcoming album Frantic, the follow-up to 2012’s Break the Silence. Both single and album will be released on March 23.

John Lodge’s 2nd solo album goes back in time

Moody Blues member John Lodge has confirmed the launch of his second solo album, 10,000 Light Years Ago.

Brian Wilson biopic trailed

A trailer has been released for Love & Mercy, the biopic about the life of Beach Boys icon Brian Wilson.

Coverdale and Blackmore talked about reunion

David Coverdale has revealed that he and former Deep Purple bandmate Ritchie Blackmore discussed the possibility of getting back together after the death of Jon Lord in 2012.

Swervedriver announce UK tour

English alt-rockers Swervedriver will tour the UK in May, the’ve announced.

Record industry moves towards global release day

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry is expected to announce that singles and albums hoping to enter charts are to be released on Fridays all round the world.

Earle intimidated by playing blues

Steve Earle admits he had to face down a sense of intimidation when he realised latest album Terraplane was going to be a blues work.

Kottak back in Scorpions family

Scorpions frontman Klaus Meine says drummer James Kottak has been welcomed back as a member of the family after the “disaster” that sent him to rehab,

GnR and Alice In Chains join Ebola charity auction

Guns N’ Roses and Alice In Chains are among bands contributing items for an Ebola charity auction.

Kiss: ‘Nothing to hide’ over backing tracks

Kiss have admitted to using backing tracks during their current tour of Japan – but Gene Simmons and co are adamant there’s nothing wrong with the move.

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