The tour will include 13 shows in total and is scheduled to kick off on September 9th in Hamburg, Germany at Stadtpark and will wrap up with a two night stand in Paris on October 19th and 22nd at the U Arena.
The legendary band's lead singer Mick Jagger had this to say "I'm so excited to be touring Europe this Autumn and returning to some familiar places and some we've never done before." Read more and see the dateshere.
The new album will be entitled "Evolve" and is set to hit stores on June 23rd. The 11-track album will include the band's recent singles "Believer," "Thunder" and "Whatever It Takes."
The group will be hitting the road to promote the album on September 26th in Phoenix, AZ at the Talking Stick Resort Arena. The trek will be wrapping up on November 16th in Anaheim, CA at the Honda Center. See the tracklisting and tour dateshere.
"I Love You All the Time - Live at The Olympia in Paris" is set to be released on August 4th in various formats including DVD, 2 CD, and digitally (audio and video).
The performances on "I Love You All The Time" were captured during the band's February 16th concert at the Olympia Hall, which marked the band's first live performance in the French city since the Bataclan tragedy on November 13, 2015 where 89 people were killed.here.
An eight-second video clip uploaded to Twitter on Monday (May 8), shows Muse on the set of what looks to be a music video shoot. During a countdown, the band is seen in a warehouse as several cameras come into focus. At the end of the clip there's an explosion, followed by a caption that reads, "Coming Soon."
Not much is known about the band's eighth studio album but the clip suggests it could be on the way. Read more and watch the cliphere.
X Japan's World Tour of Japan We Are X 2017 dates in July, the Yoshiki Premium Dinner Show dates in August and September, as well as yet-to-be-announced dates for the summer world tour that was to start in Los Angeles, are now undergoing rescheduling with his U.S. agency William Morris Endeavor.
As a result of Yoshiki's intense drumming style and the impact it has had on his physical health, he was diagnosed with cervical foraminal stenosis in July 2009, and then underwent a cervical laminectomy and a cervical foraminotomy. Read more
"We're psyched to be back on the East Coast kicking off the North American leg of the WorldWired tour," says the group, "and what better way to spend a day off than making a visit to The Late Show With Stephen Colbert?
"We'll be hitting the stage at the iconic Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on Monday, May 15th and we hope you'll stay up late and tune in! The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs on CBS at 11:35 PM EDT, but of course, check your local listings."
The late night performance lands a day after Metallica play MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ on May 14, the third date of the tour following stops in Baltimore and Philadelphia, PA. Read morehere.
The group had the following to say about the new video, "We love working with great directors, giving them the creative freedom to interpret our tracks as they wish.
"It leads to great collaborations, like this new video for In Cold Blood from Casper Balslev. As you are about to find out, a day in the life of a wood mouse can be unexpectedly dangerous... We hope you enjoy it."
The new visual also features a guest appearance from music legend Iggy Pop who provides the opening voiceover for the clip, according to the announcement. Watch ithere.
The tour celebrates the Beach Boy's landmark "Pet Sounds" album, which was said to be an inspiration for the Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".
Wilson had this to say, "We are blown away by the reception of this tour, it's unbelievable how many people love this album. The audiences have been so fantastic and we are honored to play for them. We never expected this reaction so we will continue to perform this album for people as long as they ask us to!" See the dateshere.
Filmed in Atlanta, GA last month, the clip stars Danish model/actress Klara Kristin and was directed by Thoranna Sigurdardottir, who also shot the video for the tune "Go Robot."
"Goodbye Angels" is the fourth single from "The Getaway", which debuted at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 upon its release last June. Produced by Danger Mouse, the record marks the Los Angeles group's first album in five years. Watch the videohere.
The Box Set package will include "ZZ Top's First Album" (1971), 1972's "Rio Grande Mud", 1973's "Tres Hombres", "Fandango!" (1975) and 1976's "Tejas."
The albums established Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill and Frank Beard's finely-tuned blend of blues, hard rock, southern rock and more, with 1973's "Tres Hombres" providing the band's commercial breakthrough thanks, in part, to the their first hit, "La Grange."
Pressed on heavyweight 180-gram vinyl, "Cinco: The First Five LPs" is presented in a box made to look like the custom "Nudie Suits" worn by the Texas trio on stage. Read morehere.
Guitarist Munir Haque had this to say, "'With or Without You' is our favorite cover song to play in a crowded room to get a whole lot of strangers to come together for 3:49 -
The producer adds, "There was something endearing about tracking "'With or Without You' with Slant. Hearing the urgency and passion in Fahim's vocal performance solidified the song's relevancy after 30 years. It was a pleasure to be part of the process."here.
The singer was asked by Capital Chaos TV if he feels resentment about the firing. He responded, "I don't think I'm happy about any of it, no, because you do everything to be in the band and somehow there's some differences that people have that they wanna throw at you that you can't do anything about because they just feel better about doing what they wanna do and that's it - and you're like, 'Wow'.
"I didn't even get a chance, you know, so now that's it. I wouldn't be back in this band if I was really that kind of resentful. People probably think I'm crazy even come back."
The band's original lineup of Mark Chavez, Kris Kohls, Mike Ransom, Dave DeRoo and Tim Fluckey announced on social media that they are back together and plan new music.
The will staging their comeback show at the Whiskey A Go-Go in West Hollywood on May 24th. The band staged a similar reunion in 2009 and played a reunion show at the same venue in January of the following year. Read morehere.
It was the fall of 2011, and I'm all packed up and ready to leave my house in Petaluma, CA for a whole year. I disgruntledly agreed to put the California country lifestyle in the freezer to move down to the south of Chile, near Patagonia, to live in the family farm and build a dairy center. Yup, actually lay the foundation to what now is known, locally, as El Camino Dairy Farm. And as Tony goes, I left my heart in San Francisco* (*Petaluma) and started what ended up being a lonely yet memorable part of my life. I took my guitar, pen and pad with me, but they did gather dust down there for a bit.
I kept myself busy buying construction materials and making sure the workers got what they needed. And I drank. A lot. Every end of the day, I'd say bye to the guys and isolate myself in my house. Some days it was whisky, others wine or pisco. I was not happy. So I started writing…every day I would write about my life in the bay area and how I missed that place; how my folks and friends where 500 miles north (in Santiago), and how I was helping out build something I wasn't entirely sure of. The lyrics were pretty self-loathing: "Day in, day out, I'd rock the place out. Looking for attention, I thought I'd know just about everyone". I felt forgotten, washed up and weak.
Then one day, I grabbed the guitar and this energetic progression started pouring out. It felt good, satisfying. I liked it. So I decided to have a self-intervention, a reinvention, a freshening of the mind and spirit. Pounding drinks wasn't fun anymore, it got boring and a little pathetic. I decided to grab the whiny lyrics and use them on the cool chords. I embraced feeling like the weak-ass I thought I was, it empowered me. 'Stoner' is a celebratory song about self-discovery, awareness and being the revolution.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself here and learn more about the bandright here!