Posts Tagged ‘rock and roll’

Copying music now legal

Copying music for personal use is now legal in the UK – 13 years after Apple’s iTunes introduced its CD-ripping function.

Rob Halford open to more solo work

Rob Halford says he would like to record more solo material – but only if it didn’t interfere with Judas Priest’s schedule.

Nick Cave goes solo for string of UK shows

Nick Cave has announced a rare solo tour of Europe that will see him play five UK concerts next spring.

Founding Judas Priest singer Al drops new track

Atkins May Project have made a track from their new album available to stream.

AC/DC are bookies’ bet for Glasto slot

AC/DC and Fleetwood Mac are the bookies’ favourites to headline next year’s Glastonbury festival.

Pink Floyd studio whizz details 4th solo record

Grammy-nominated Pink Floyd engineer Andy Jackson has confirmed he is to release his fourth solo album on November 3.


Sixx: A.M. hosts their first ever in-store signing event!

‘Wednesday, 10/8 at the Best Buy in Burbank, CA’


New releases: Buzzcocks, The Vaselines, Big Country, David Byrne & Fatboy Slim

[tweetmeme] Record Rack: A round-up of the week’s new albums, expanded reissues and/or box sets, appearing each Monday on Slicing Up Eyeballs.   Buzzcocks RELEASE:   The Way BACKSTORY:  The legendary punk act returns with its first new album in five years and ninth overall, a 10-song set out digitally this week in the U.S. and on CD and digital in the band’s native U.K. BUY: ,   The Vaselines RELEASE:   V for Vaselines BACKSTORY:  The Scottish indie-pop faves release their second post-reunion album, and only third overall, in the U.K

Neil Young reveals orchestral album

Neil Young has revealed he’ll release Storytone in November – an album he’s recorded with a 92-piece orchestra.

The Blues Magazine issue 16 now available to pre-order

Issue 16 of The Blues Magazine hits the shops on October 2, but you can exclusively pre-order the issue right now.

Onslaught borrow ex-Anthrax singer

Former Anthrax singer Neil Turbin will front Onslaught for their upcoming North American tour, the band have announced.

Halford: Rock isn’t dead.. it’s never been stronger

Rob Halford disagrees with Gene Simmons’ argument that rock is dead – and he insists the genre has never been in better shape.

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