Former Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante has launched his new album, Enclosure to space aboard Sat-JF14, allowing a stream of the album from an accompanying tracking app before it's release date, April 8th.
Recently, Tool updated their official website by posting their latest newsletter. The good news? It looks like the Tool are back on track in terms of completing their next album. You can check out most of the post below.
Ok, so you may be asking yourself, “Why is a metal bass player being featured on Acoustic Nation?” Wait for it. By now we’re all convinced that Robert Trujillo is a monster bass player. The job of providing the low end in Metallica – a band known for their lineage of fantastic bassists – is no easy task. But Trujillo delivers. What you’ll discover today, however, is that Trujillo’s musicality stretches beyond the bass. That’s right, we’re talking classical guitar maestro over here.
Since leaving the Red Hot Chili Peppers—for the second time—in 2009, John Frusciante has remained largely absent from the mainstream public eye. But that doesn’t mean the guitarist hasn’t been busy writing, recording and releasing new music. In fact, his output in the past few years has been staggering in both quantity and scope.
Jeff Beck and ZZ Top have announced a joint North American tour that will kick off in August. The trek, which starts August 8 in Missoula, Montana, will run for five weeks with stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Detroit, Boston and NYC. You can check out all the dates below; more dates will be added soon.