Korn's James "Munky" Shaffer revealed the news about the collaboration to TeamRock back in June, "We have Corey singing on one track and it's going to be a fan favorite because he really lets loose. On a heaviness scale of one to 10 with 10 being the 1994 self-titled, this album is a definite nine."
The song comes from Korn's forthcoming 12th studio album "The Serenity Of Suffering, which was produced by Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Deftones, Mastodon) and is set to be released on October 21st. Stream the new songhere.
The song is the second tune issued in advance of the November 18 release of the band's tenth album, "Hardwired…To Self Destruct", following the lead single, "Hardwired."
Featuring a dozen new songs, the two-disc set was produced by Greg Fidelman, guitarist James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich. A Deluxe Edition of the package adds a bonus disc of rarities and covers, including takes on tracks by Iron Maiden, Deep Purple and Rainbow, and the group's full set at Rasputin's in Berkeley, California on Record Store Day 2016 to celebrate the reissues of "Kill 'Em All" and "Ride The Lightning." Watch the Fallon performancehere.
The TeamRock+ review of The Last Hero reads: "What really sets them apart from their radio rock peers is the ying and yang of two exceptional talents fighting for space.
"Where the range, tone and richness of Myles Kennedy's vocals could make even the flattest meat'n'potato rock song soar, here he has to compete with guitarist Mark Tremonti's never-ending arsenal of gut-punching precision riffs and wildly inventive solos for top billing." Stream the songhere.
The band had this to say about the new single "When we got together and wrote 'Wasted Age,' we realized it was a snapshot of what we've been through and are still going through as a band.
"We are eager to play this every night on the Unbreakable Tour with Parkway Drive. This one is for our fans who continue to support us. Thank you." Check out the song here.
The band had this to say about Choi exit, "We've thoroughly enjoyed the 10 years we've spent with Eric in this band and the countless memories we've made together. He is an extremely talented musician and a great person, but life happens and we're all torn in different ways as we grow older." Read morehere.
They will be kicking off the tour on November 10th in Washington, DC at Hill Country Live and concluding the trek on November 20th in Chicago at Schubas.
The tour will mostly hit major east coast cities including New York at Rockwood Music Hall on Friday, November 11 with additional stops in Atlanta at Eddie's Attic and Nashville at The Basement, among other cities. See the dateshere.
The song comes from the group's forthcoming album. "Integrity Blues," which is set to be released on October 21st. Frontman Jim Adkins recently had the following to say about the album in an interview on Los Angeles radio station KROQ's morning program, the Kevin & Bean Show "We've been working on this record for almost a year, really.
"We're really proud of it. Towards the end of making a record there's always this period where you feel like you know this really awesome secret that no one else knows. Right now I'm kind of enjoying that." Watch the Colbert performancehere.
Beckley had the following to say about the new song "'Minutes Count' is one of my personal favorites from Carousel. Time is not the enemy, time is the challenge. Hope you enjoy!"
The new 12-track solo album was recorded at Beckley's Los Angeles studio Human Nature and was released on September 9th. Watch the new lyric videohere.
Phish will perform four shows at Madison Square Garden beginning on December 28th and culminating with a special New Year's Eve performance on December 31st.
The band will fulfill a limited number of ticket requests at their website before they go on sale to the general public on October 10th at 12 pm. All tickets for the floor will be general admission. Read morehere.
The set includes complete recordings of many of the concerts Dylan played throughout 1966 in the U.S., U.K. and Europe. The mostly unreleased tracks come from soundboards, CBS Records mobile recordings and audience tapes.
"While doing the archival research for The Cutting Edge 1965-1966: The Bootleg Series Vol. 12, last year's box set of Dylan's mid-Sixties studio sessions, we were continually struck by how great his 1966 live recordings really are," Adam Block, president of Legacy Recordings, said in a press release. "The intensity of Bob's live performances and his fantastic delivery of these songs in concert add another insightful component in understanding and appreciating the musical revolution Bob Dylan ignited some 50 years ago."
One of Dylan's two performances at London's Royal Albert Hall will be sold separately as The Real Royal Albert Hall 1966 Concert and include a performance of "Tell Me, Momma," which was never put on a studio album. His Royal Albert Hall recordings will be available on November 25.Read morehere.
The tour is scheduled to kick off on November 4th at the Druckerei in Bad Oeynhausen, Germany and will conclude on November 20th in Rostock at Alte Zuckerfabrik.
Following the Euro trek, the San Diego band will return state side to launch a headline tour across the west coast of the U.S. beginning on November 25th at the Blacklight District Lounge in Long Beach, CA. Read more and see the dateshere.
The new video for the instrumental clip features archival footage of San Francisco in the 1940s and 50s. "Surf Heart is the first instrumental to be released by the Love Dimension," singer Jimmy L. Dias explained. "It is about following your heart and dreams. That may not always be easy and there might be rough waters sometimes.
"However, when you are present, in the zone, persistent, committed and do the work...well...then perhaps you could put yourself in a position to enjoy the ride when things in your life finally do line up and align. This music video was directed and edited by Mer Zandifar of the Muse Department. This is the second video that Mer has created for the band.
"When we discussed doing the music video and collaborating, she thought the song represented a celebration of the archetypal memories in San Francisco. Thus making the video like a vision of surfing the waves of change and remembering to respect the land, our ancestors and the sacred elemental beauty of a city that transcends space and time." Watch the videohere.
The band have also announced a UK tour with Australian rockers Massive, kicking off on November 19. Bad Touch vocalist Stevie Westwood says: "We're excited about getting back on the road and co-headlining with Massive. It's going to be a great tour full of high energy."
Truth Be Told was recorded at Mwnci Studios in Wales and features the singles 99% and Made To Break, both of which have been remixed for radio by Rolling Stones engineer and co-producer Chris Kimsey.
Kimsey says: "99% is a great song to ride around in cars and drink beer and smoke pot and listen to rock and roll on the radio. Not that I drink beer or smoke pot, but I remember the simplicity of music and life so it's good to hear it is alive and kicking with Bad Touch.
"I heard something that evoked a good time melodic love song. It just needed some re-arranging and mixing to get to the heart of the song." Watch the videohere.
The fans at the show got the opportunity to hear the song live along with "One of These Days," both off Pink Floyd's 1971 album Meddle. All in all, Waters did an impressive 26-song set (via CoS).
If Waters' rare live treats in Mexico City are any indication, Pink Floyd fans will surely be in for one heck of a show when they attend Desert Trip, which begins next weekend. Roger Waters, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young and The Who will all perform over two weekends. Read morehere.