ADAM JONES POSTS PIC OF TOOL IN THE STUDIO

Here’s another indication the new album process is moving slowly, but surely for Tool. Adam Jones posted this on his Instagram page, again with the hashtag #Smokeonthehorizon.

#SmokeOnTheHorizon

Una foto pubblicata da Adam Jones (@adamjones_tv) in data

Foo Fighters have revealed a new song from Sonic Highways ‘The Feast and The Famine’ (audio)

The release of ‘The Feast and The Famine’ is the second track to come from new album ‘Sonic Highways’, following the release of ‘Something From Nothing’ last week.
Foo Fighters’ eighth album, ‘Sonic Highways’, will be released on November 10. This is another solid song from ‘Sonic Highways’. This is going to be a great one!

The Foo Fighters have offered a preview from their second episode of the HBO series, “Sonic Highways.” The episode airs tonight and focuses on the band’s time in Washington D.C.

The episode will show the band talking with Fugazi’s Ian MacKaye and recording in Arlington, Virginia.

POISON, POSSIBLE 2015 TOUR?

POISON drummer Rikki Rockett recently addressed rumors of a possible tour on a radio station in Las Vegas.

“Sure, we’re trying to put a tour together. And if we can put it together and it makes sense and we can get our crap together, we will do something… as I sit here, we’re not contracted for a POISON tour next summer.’ That’s all I was saying…”

 

POISON last toured the U.S. in 2012.

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Shimon Moore Leaves Sick Puppies

Sick Puppies will experience some major changes as their frontman Shimon Moore is leaving the group. Moore hasn’t said why he left the group or what his next move will be.

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PEARL JAM DEBUT NEW SONG “MOLINE”

While in Moline, IL fans got a couple nice surprises at a Pearl Jam show over the weekend. First of all, they played their fourth album No Code in full to open the show, marking the second time ever they’ve played an entire album in concert. Eddie Vedder also played a brand new song called “Moline”, which he wrote 10 minutes before the show. Skip to 4:30 to hear “Moline”.